‘Made in Bangladesh’ expo showcases products of over 60 companies

Over 60 companies are showcasing various products and services during the three-day ‘Made in Bangladesh’ exhibition, which can run until Thursday at the Doha Exhibition and Convention Centre (DECC).

The event began with the ribbon-cutting ceremony led by the Undersecretary of the Ministry of Commerce and Industry Sultan al-Khater; Qatar Businessmen Association (QBA) chairman Sheikh Faisal bin Qassim al-Thani,

and therefore the Advisor to the Prime Minister of Bangladesh Salman F Rahman.

The trade and investment exhibition was jointly-organised by the Bangladesh embassy in Qatar and therefore the Bangladesh Forum Qatar (BFQ), and patronised by the Export Promotion Bureau of Bangladesh, sponsored

by Qatar Financial Centre (QFC), and supported by the Qatar Chamber and therefore the QBA.

Rahman is leading the delegation from Bangladesh, bringing with him different government agencies just like the Bangladesh Industrial Development Authority, Export Promotion Bureau, Bangladesh Economic Zones Authority, Bangladesh High Tech

Parks Authority and industry leaders from different sectors, also as quite 60 participating Bangladeshi companies.

The products and services on display at the exhibition are being exported by Bangladesh to quite 100 countries round the world, the BFQ said during a statement.

The event is predicted to offer companies from both countries the chance to interact through business-to-business meetings at the venue.

The ribbon-cutting ceremony was followed by a tour of the exhibition area and highlighted by the seminar "Bangladesh-Qatar Relations: Untapped Potentials", which was opened by BFQ founding president Iftekhar Ahmad,

followed by a speech from Ashud Ahmed, the ambassador of Bangladesh to Qatar.

QFC CEO Yousuf al-Jaida spoke on the "Role of Qatar Financial Centre", while Doha Bank CEO Dr R Seetharaman spoke about "Growing Opportunities for Bangladesh and Qatar." Rahman focused on

updates about the Bangladesh economy, while BFQ president Yousuf Saeed concluded the seminar with a vote of thanks.

“Qatar is one among the foremost opulent countries within the world in terms of per capita income that gives quick access to the world’s major centres of commerce.

I am sure, the country are often a superb market, also as a distribution hub for our export products.

“In addition, we've an outsized workforce stationed within the country, which might be a distinct segment marketplace for our products, too.

Therefore, i'm confident that the export promotion exhibition and investment hunting event will help propel the expansion target during a new booming market,” Rahman said.

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