Project Qatar Showcases New Trends In Construction Sector

(MENAFN- Gulf Times) Project Qatar 2023 has garnered global interest as influential representatives from diverse Chambers of Commerce unite to create a dynamic platform for the exchange of knowledge and industry insights, it is learnt.
The significance of sharing expertise and market knowledge among organisers and participants, in addition to highlighting the importance of collaboration among key players during this critical period of Qatar's development, has been highlighted at the event.
A panel discussion on *New Trends In Qatar construction Sector, organised by the Italian Chamber of Commerce, the Italian Trade Agency, the German Business Council Qatar (GBCQ), the Turkish Business Association (TBA), the German Industry and Commerce Office (AHK), and the American, French, and Spanish Chambers of Commerce in Qatar, in collaboration with IFP Qatar, brought together experts who introduced the latest trends in the sector, including sustainable practices and 3D printing.
Industry leaders also shared insights and perspectives at the talk, guiding participants toward emerging opportunities.
Prior to the talk, attendees had the opportunity to network with industry experts, fostering connections and promoting innovation.
The event also attracted selected international companies exhibiting at Project Qatar, offering them the chance to gain valuable market knowledge and explore potential collaborations in the construction industry.
Palma Libotte, the president of the Italian Chamber of Commerce in Qatar, told reporters on the sidelines of the talk that Project Qatar, which has been a cornerstone exhibition in Qatar for the past 15 years, has undergone improvements to enhance sector focus, enabling attendees to navigate the exhibition with ease.
She noted that the addition of panel discussions and conferences has further enriched the event, providing an additional platform for knowledge sharing and engagement.
Libotte emphasised the active role of international business associations in facilitating connections and providing invaluable support to visiting companies, as well as underlining the positive impact of exchanging information and fostering bilateral relationships between countries.
According to the organisers, Project Qatar serves as a testament to the importance of proactive market engagement, as companies explore Qatar's burgeoning construction sector.
With a concerted effort to stay informed and capitalise on ongoing projects, international businesses can position themselves strategically in this dynamic market.
Recognising Qatar's rapid development in recent years and its potential to shift directions swiftly was also underscored at the talk, stressing the need for a comprehensive understanding of the market to seize opportunities effectively.


Gulf Times

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