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In the last five years, Qatar’s population and international tourist arrivals have witnessed compound annual growth rates (CAGRs) of 8.6% and 7.2% respectively. Experts anticipate the country’s hospitality sector to witness an annual 10 percent growth, and revenues are expected to peak at $1.6 billion over the next 3 years.

With a deep understanding of the Qatari market, and a keen eye on the hospitality and tourism industry developments locally and internationally, Hospitality Qatar introduces for the first time this year the Future Qatar Tourism Conference 2018. The three-day conference aims to explore the opportunities and challenges this sector is facing, and showcase new strategies, technologies, and innovations to keep up with the market’s development.

 

Topics:

Qatar Tourism
Day 1

  • Examining Potential Projects and Identifying Initiatives that will Shape the Future of the Tourism Sector in Qatar
  • Overview on the Development of the Qatar National Tourism Sector Strategy
  • Increasing Hotel Rooms from 22,000 to 45,000 by 2022
  • Implementing Projects and Events to Target 5.6mn Tourists/Annum by 2023

 

Qatar Food
Day 2

  • Overview on the $1.6 Billion New Port Project (NPP) Launched to Provide Stockpile of Processed and Stored Food in Qatar
  • Implementing New Ideas for Food Production within Urban Planning
  • Alternatives and Solutions to Achieve Food Self-Sufficiency in Qatar
  • Discussing the Existing Standards and Requirements of Food Processing and Packaging in Qatar

 

Qatar Fit-Out
Day 3

  • Hospitality Design - How to Enhance Customer Experience?
  • Combining Innovation and Holistic Insights in Design
  • Interior Design Project Updates for Ongoing Projects in Qatar
  • Case Studies of Successful Projects in Qatar and Countries All Over the World

 

If you are interested to speak in the conference, contact Ahmad Keilani – Conference Director on Ahmadkeilani@ifpexpo.com or call on +97430639436

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Market Insights
  • Qatar is planning to invest $45bn in tourism projects over the next 14 years

  • Qatar is the fastest growing destination within the region in terms of visitor arrivals, averaging 11.5% growth over the past 5 years

  • The tourism sector’s total contribution to the country’s total economy will reach 5.2% by 2030

  • The supply of hotel rooms and hotel apartments in Qatar surpassed 20,700 in 2016 following an outpour of hotel openings

  • BMI forecasts food sales in local currency to witness a compound annual growth rate of 14.4% in the upcoming years leading to 2020

  • There are currently 11 new retail malls under construction throughout Doha, representing an increase of almost 200% in current supply.

Organized By

Leading Partner

Official Supporting Body

Official Supporting Body

Official Kitchen Sponsor

Silver Sponsor

Silver Sponsor

Exclusive Hygiene Sponsor

Research Partner

Official Hotel

Official Carrier

Official Freight Forwarder

Media Partner

Media Partner

Media Partner

Media Partner

Media Partner

Media Partner

Media Partner

Media Partner

OPENING HOURS

From Tuesday, 06 November
To Thursday, 08 November

Daily opening hours:
03:00 PM - 09:00 PM

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International Inquiries
Mr. Ghassan Nawfal
Mr. Ghassan Nawfal
Tel: +961 5 959 111 Ext. 118
Fax: +961 5 955 361
Email: ghassan.nawfal@ifpexpo.com
Local Inquiries
Mr. Haidar Mshaimesh
Mr. Haidar Mshaimesh
Tel: +974 44 329900 Ext: 613
Fax: +974 44 432891
Email: haidar.mshaimesh@ifpqatar.com

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