QATAR: over 240 companies present the Made in Italy
From November 10 to 12 in the Qatar National Convention Center in Doha exposure Brand Italy allow ‘visitors and over many buyers invited from all over the Middle East to know and evaluate the authentic Made in Italy.
It ‘the first edition of an annual event that will activate’ direct meetings between the production areas of excellence Italian (food, tourism, culture, design, furniture, construction) and the question of interest shown by Qatar and testified in public meetings by Sheikh Ali ‘bin Thamer Al Thani, promoter exposure with some Italian sponsors.
The initiative ‘was presented in Italy last June, and supported by the World Trade Center in Doha and Milan and companies strongly interested in a market with very considerable expansion characteristics as that of Qatar, which in its development plan for 2030 has multi-sector investment program in multi-billion euro.
In this country, the made in Italy is a major object of interest, and this initiative will offer especially to small and medium-sized companies involved, despite the complexity of access, a new opportunity,
The panorama of Italian companies is very representative of our activity ‘in the exhibition sectors present: over 240 companies from 18 Italian regions, with a strong presence from Lombardy, Sicily, Piedmont, Lazio, Umbria, the Veneto. Exhibitors are large companies, publicly traded, small companies with unique products of high quality ‘, medium companies with experience gia’consolidate export, then a worthy representative of the “know how” Italian.
The sponsors of the exhibition gave a decisive boost to its realization, allowing the start of an action organizational complex. Again sponsors testify to the variety ‘of the productive sectors of belonging: furniture, food, infrastructure, design, luxury.
A curiosity ‘: last June a small territory of Piedmont, Monferrato, was proclaimed precisely in Doha World Heritage Site: now 20 companies of this exhibit in Brand Italy, renewing the interest that the proclamation Unesco had aroused.