PROJECT Qatar, the 11th international construction technology and building materials exhibition, will host 24 international pavilions at the Qatar National Convention Centre (QNCC) in Doha, Qatar, this month (May 12 to 15).
The countries represented are Austria, Belgium, Canada, China, Egypt, France, Germany, Greece, India, Indonesia, Iran, Italy, Jordan, Korea, Kuwait, Malaysia, Pakistan, Palestine, Portugal, Romania, Spain, Turkey, the UAE and the UK.
Indonesia, Palestine and Romania will be the debutants in this arena.
“The pavilions have been fundamental to the success of Project Qatar, which has a long history of attracting many global exhibitors and visitors,” said Rawad Sleem, project manager, Project Qatar.
This year’s edition will see 2,100 companies from 47 countries showcasing their ware on QNCC’s 41,500 sq m of indoor and outdoor exhibition space.
Project Qatar 2014 is set to unveil an advanced business-to-business matchmaking platform for companies to meet potential partners and suppliers. This exhibition management software will help visitors register and navigate through the hundreds of exhibitors.
Visitors and exhibitors will also benefit from an advanced mobile application that will provide detailed information about the event including the exhibitor list, show event planner and a variety of other specialised features.