KUWAIT: Ooredoo Kuwait is officially announced as the Telecom Sponsor for the upcoming ‘Made in Qatar 2020’ exhibition which will be held in Kuwait from February 19 to February 22, 2020. The 3rd edition of this exhibition to be organized outside the State of Qatar will be held on an area of 10,000 sqm at the Kuwait International Fairground with the participation of over 220 companies and factories from Qatar.
Commenting on the sponsorship, Ooredoo Kuwait CEO Sheikh Mohamed bin Abdulla Al Thani said that the exhibition represents a special event that will take place in a special joyful month in the country where Kuwait celebrates the National Days throughout.
“This exhibition demonstrates the close brotherly relationships between Qatar and Kuwait and we are pleased to participate in one of the largest events in the Gulf region. This platform brings together innovations and high technologies of Qatari companies and factories under one umbrella in the state of Kuwait,” said Al Thani.
Al Thani pointed out that the exhibition offers a good opportunity for Kuwaiti community and young businessmen to meet with Qatari manufacturers, businessmen and investors to learn more about Qatar’s various industries. “The exhibition provides an optimal platform for both parties to review establishing new alliances and partnerships that help enhance Qatari industries, particularly those that depend on modern technologies,” he added.
Stressing the company’s role in social responsibility, Al Thani said that Ooredoo’s participation in the exhibition “emphasized our social responsibility strategy that is based on many values including communicating with all segments of the society, caring for them and enriching their digital lives, as well as manage all the challenges that might hinder the progress of our societies.”
Meanwhile, Qatar Chamber Director-General Saleh bin Hamad Al-Sharqi praised the Ooredoo Kuwait’s participation in the exhibition, assuring that the company’s sponsorship affirmed its interest to support cooperation ties between Qatari and Kuwaiti companies and create an appropriate climate for mutual and joint investments. He also said that the private sector in both countries are very close, assuring that this convergence opens the door for more partnerships, alliances and transaction between exhibiting and Kuwaiti companies.
The exhibition, which is organized by the Qatar Chamber in cooperation with the Ministry of Commerce and Industry, Qatar Development Bank as strategic partner and in coordination with the Kuwait Chamber of Commerce and Industry, aims to foster cooperation and exchange expertise between Qatari and Kuwaiti companies. It also helps inform the Kuwaiti business community on Qatari products and open new external markets for Qatari large and small industries.