Qatar 2022 to be discussed at Qatar Projects conference 2013

July 11, 2013 12:03 pm

 

Qatar 2022 to be discussed at Qatar Projects conference 2013

2013 finds  Qatar with only nine years left until the FIFA World Cup 2022 and eight years before the Summer Olympics 2020. The next five years are critical and will see Qatar move up a gear in its plan to deliver on mega, medium-size and small projects. The road towards success is clear and achievable! 

With consultants at their busiest, contractors are gearing up for tenders, bidding and award announcements. An upsurge in contracts is anticipated in 2013 and 2014, when major contract awards are likely to reach $25-30bn a year.

In addition to the fantastic networking features you have come to expect from the Qatar Projects conference, this year’s conference has new and exciting sessions, themes and features which make this event a must-attend!

7 key benefits to attending the event this year:

1- Overcoming high construction costs and shrinking project possibilities in the short term by creating a multilateral approach to surviving in Qatar’s current project market

2- Establishing a solid plan to secure and keep middle-management expertise over the next 5-10 years

3- Planning and delivering critical infrastructure in Qatar and overcoming construction resource and supply chain impediments across the project market

4- Identifying new and lucrative business opportunities to make solid decisions and stay profitable over the next 4-6 years

5- Networking with decision makers and professionals to stay updated on technology developments, latest tools enforced by clients and solid competitive intelligence you may not find anywhere else

6- Choose the most relevant training and learning mechanisms and take away practical information to implement when completing bids and negotiating contracts

7- Understanding the key drivers of achieving excellence in technology and innovation for sporting infrastructure development by hearing about the lessons learned from Brazil, UK & South Africa.

About the Author

Aani Fatimah Khatoon is the Associate editor of Qatar Chronicle. She pens articles on issues of public interest and happenings across the world

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