TASMU Digital Valley (TDV) together with Qatar Free Zones Authority (QFZA) and Qatari-Russian Center for Cooperation organized 24th of September a webinar “Digital Investment Opportunities in Qatar” for Russian digital ICT companies interested in exploring the Qatar market to share key insights about key digital initiatives and opportunities in Qatar as well as the market potential for foreign investors.
The audience of the webinar was Russian digital companies of all sizes (startups, SMEs and MNCs) geared towards innovative solutions and emerging technologies. Webinar attended the participants from more than 40 companies.
TASMU Digital Valley (TDV) is an innovation cluster that connects entrepreneurs, startups, investors, academics, researchers, students, multinational corporations and institutions with the common goal of innovating new digital solutions. TASMU Smart Qatar established by the Qatar Ministry of Transportation and Communications (MOTC), and its priority sectors are transport, logistics, environment, healthcare and sports.
As part of Qatar National Vision 2030, Qatar is actively focusing on diversifying from a hydrocarbon-based to a knowledge-based economy. Complementary to these efforts, major emphasis has been given to the development of the digital economy and various programs have been initiated to support these efforts.
The State of Qatar invites enterprises and startups from Russia to boost cooperation. The prospects and opportunities of the Qatari market available for Russian businesses were presented at the webinar “Qatar—Russia Economic Partnership: Avenues of Growth for Russian Companies in Qatar’s Investment Ecosystem”.
Doha has been chosen as the host city for the 2030 Asian Games — the world’s second largest multi-sport event after the Olympic Games. The decision of the Olympic Council of Asia (OCA) was officially announced on December 16, 2020 in Muscat (Oman).
Qatar National Library expert gives talk at international seminar organised by the National Library of the Republic of Tatarstan
The first international strategic seminar organised by the National Library of the Republic of Tatarstan with the support of Nekrasov Central Universal Research Library took place on the 27th of November.
Russian women from HealthTech and MedTech fields took part in the WISH Session: «Women in Tech» which was held on the 19th November 2020.
The Doha Prize is an annual all-Russian contest in the Arabic language, which takes place from November 11 to December 17 2020. The competition is organized by the Cultural Creative Agency and the school of Arabic language, Qatar Arabic Language Center (QALC), in the framework of the (no) borders concept.