Qatar joins PLASTPOL 2022
Qatar the home to several industries which have become the catalysts of change and have triggered a global revolution; plastics, chemicals, aluminium and steel, food and fibreglass provide the raw materials for a variety of products produced and exported from Qatar. Creating an impact on the economic growth and development of the country.
The State of Qatar is committed to developing the construction sector by providing the leading products and services to various groups of the local community. We are proud we can contribute to and support this vision.
There are 8 Qatar manufacturing companies under the Qatar Pavilion umbrella; they represent the plastics sector providing the Polish market leading and high quality plastic related products.
Aspiring and mature Qatari manufacturers will be presented with new horizons for their products, showcasing alongside other international exhibitors during the event. This will help boost the role and competitiveness of SMEs in a diverse economy. Through their participation, QDB aims to enable access to new markets for Qatari SMEs to expand globally.
As part of Qatar’s efforts to develop its private sector and bring progress to the country’s entrepreneurship, SME and innovation ecosystems towards the realization of its national vision for 2030, QDB continues to advance its role in bringing the country closer to achieving its vision. According to the Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM) Report 2019/2020, the Arabian Gulf state ranked 15th globally and the second in the MENA region for the Total Early-Stage Entrepreneurial Activity (TEA) index.
The PLASTPOL 2022 exhibition provides a strong impetus to the bilateral relations between Qatar and Poland, and is a bountiful invitation to potential partners and buyers to visit the Qatar pavilion to explore partnership prospects.
For more information about QDB, please visit https://www.qdb.qa.
About Qatar Development Bank (QDB)
Qatar Development Bank (QDB), previously known as Qatar Industrial Development Bank, was established in Qatar in 1997 by Emiri Decree No. 14 as a developmental organization with the primary objective of fueling industrial growth and driving the private sector’s economic diversification. Over two decades of transformation, QDB has reinvented itself to become the main supporting arm for Qatar’s private sector and a powerful catalyst for socio-economic development through three access-based pillars to SME and private-enterprise support: Access to Finance, Access to Markets, and Access to Capability.
The Bank’s whole-journey support system covers various financing schemes and consultation services that include marketing, legal advice, booking, mentoring and development, grants and accreditation, and capacity-building platforms. This has allowed QDB to become the SME’s growth partner from ideation to fruition, meeting their aspirations at every stage in order to compete at the national and global levels, while improving the economic development cycle and bringing the country closer to realizing its national vision for 2030.
Today, the Bank and its subsidiaries are building on Qatar’s rich legacy of socio-economic achievements by taking a brave leap into the future and focusing on the digital transformation of the country’s SME and business ecosystems to usher entrepreneurs and SMEs into the new economy, embrace emerging opportunities, and steadily transform QDB into a digital bank of the future and a lighthouse that leads the way for financial and developmental institutions across the region and beyond. For more information, please visit QDB.qa