8th World Chambers Congress and Exhibition

Opportunities for All

22 - 25 April 2013

Qatar National Convention Center, Doha, Qatar


The Event will take place at Qatar National Convention Center 

The Centre is built to be one of the most sophisticated convention and exhibition centres in the world. 

It features a conference hall of 4,000-seats theatre style, a 2,300-seat theatre, three tiered auditoria and a total of 52 flexible meetings rooms to accommodatea wide range of events. It also houses 40,000 square metres of exhibition space over nine halls, and is adaptable to seat 10,000 for a conference or banquet.The Centre’s stunning architecture and cutting edge facilities are ideal for hosting local, regional andinternational conventions and exhibitions, gala events, theatrical productions and banquet functions.                                       


Qatar Convention Center



With an estimated real GDP of US$ 79 Billion in 2010 and a population of 1.6 Million, Qatar is one of the richest countries in the world with one of the highest GDP per capita. Backed by a robust base of hydrocarbon resources, the economy has grown at a yearly rate of 16% from 2007 to 2010.

Even before the awarding of the right to host FIFA World Cup 2022, the Qatari government’s commitment to build a world- class infrastructure, resulted in a robust growth of infrastructure projects. Over the next decade, Qatar will invest billions in various infrastructure projects relating to the development of its road and rail networks and football stadiums to host the FIFA World Cup 2022 as well as Qatar’s global infrastructure including hotels, car parks, buildings, safety systems, and all other urban infrastructures. 

 The Gulf area boom and projects related to electricity interconnection, railway, roads and harmonisation of the regional infrastructures will provide exhibitors with a unique opportunity to share their offers with GCC representatives and decision makers participating in the 8th World Chambers Congress, Doha 2013.

Doha's economy is built on the revenue the country has made from its oil and natural gas industries, and the Qatari government is rapidly trying to diversify the Qatari economy in order to move away from this dependence on oil entering new industries such as infrastructure, finance and technology. As a result, Qatar is currently experiencing a boom, with the city developing rapidly.




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