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Qatar Chamber and The Business Year team up to promote local investment opportunities

The Business Year (TBY), a global media group that has been providing investors, businesses, and governments with first-hand insights into the world’s most dynamic markets for 15 years, has signed an MoU with the Qatar Chamber (QC). Accordingly, the two organizations will now cooperate on TBY’s upcoming publication, The Business Year: Qatar 2025. This edition marks the 10th anniversary of the media group’s presence in the country and its coverage of the local investment environment.

The MoU was signed by Ali Saeed Bu Sherbak Al-Mansouri, Acting General Manager of Qatar Chamber, and Vanessa Rameix, Country Director for The Business Year in Qatar, at QC’s headquarters.

As Qatar continues to establish its position as a key member of the GCC and the global economy, The Business Year: Qatar 2025 will serve as a valuable tool for anyone interested in better understanding the country’s business and investment landscape.

The partnership between both sides comes after a fruitful partnership for the launch of The Business Year: Qatar 2024 and the successful Qatar Investment Conference 2023 event.

Through this cooperation, The Business Year: Qatar 2025 is set to focus on Qatar’s third National Development Strategy to clearly depict the final steps of the larger Qatar National Vision 2030. Qatar’s coordinated efforts to move toward implementing innovation at different levels through smart cities, sustainable practices, and the upskilling and reskilling of the workforce to face digital transformation head on, as well as the leveraging of the country’s experience as host of major international events, are marking the way forward for the Gulf state.

Commenting on the MoU, Ali Saeed Al-Mansori said, “We are delighted to again cooperate with TBY on this publication, which serves as an inclusive guide for the national economy and highlights contributions from prominent representatives in both the public and private sectors.”

He stated that the partnership emphasizes our commitment to supporting the national economy and the business community, noting that the publication offers comprehensive insights into Qatar’s dynamic economic landscape.

TBY’s Vanessa Rameix reaffirmed the media group’s long-standing commitment to the country and its dedication to enhancing collaboration with the Qatar Chamber. “We look forward to further supporting the private sector in Qatar through new initiatives, hand in hand with the Qatar Chamber,” she stated.

The Business Year: Qatar 2025 will be distributed to a local and international audience through key investment information platforms such as Bloomberg Terminal, Refinitiv Eikon, FactSet, and Dow Jones Factiva. Additionally, print editions will reach over 12,000 readers within Qatar, and the digital version will also be available at thebusinessyear.com.