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The logistics parks in the State of Qatar, combined with expanding road networks, are changing the way goods are being moved in the country.
The Economic Zones Company - Manateq has launched new lease plots for investors at the Birkat Al Awamer Logistics Park forty kilometres from Doha, twenty minutes from Hamad Port and close to Al Majd Road.
The 9.4 million square metre park - one of five...Read More
Dear businessmen and women, colleagues, friends and followers!
We are pleased to announce the re-branding of Business Start Up Qatar and the re-design and re-development of www.businessstartupqatar.com.
It is the next chapter in our journey to become a key stakeholder in the (business) ecosystem in the State of Qatar and to remain a central point of contact for creative individuals, entrepreneurial...Read More
The Qatar Financial Centre (QFC) has announced new regulations for operating a representative office in the State of Qatar with object and purpose to attract more financial service providers to establish a presence to promote their products and services in the country.
Under the framework of the new regulations, financial institutions will be able to conduct various activities on behalf of the head...Read More
The portfolio of Qatar Development Bank (QDB) in terms of direct lending has reached QAR 9 bn. It has issued support guarantees to more than 3,500 companies as part of a program to balance the impact of Covid-19. QDB is committed to promote and support the start-ups and small/medium sized enterprises (SMEs).
It offers subsidised lending to businesses and projects in key sectors such as agriculture,...Read More
QBIC was founded in 2014 and has been investing heavily in start-ups and innovative ideas to diversify the energy-rich economy and to initiate the transformation into a knowledge-based society and a sustainable country.
In a short period of time, QBIC has had a lot of achievements with recognitions and a reputation in the State of Qatar and beyond. It has attracted more than 5,200 applications...Read More
The government of the State of Qatar recently announced that it will allow foreigners (including legal and natural persons or companies and individuals) to own real estate in more areas in the country in a bid to attract foreign investment to diversify the economy.
Qatari and non-Qatari citizens may own and use residential and non-residential properties in twenty-five areas (or in other words to...Read More
The State of Qatar has identified the FinTech Industry as one of the key elements in the transition to a knowledge-based economy. The National FinTech Strategy created or developed by Qatar Central Bank (QCB) provides a framework for the local start-up sector and is part of an ecosystem to attract international FinTech’s to the country.
As a result and in order to stimulate the local start-up...Read More
From a tax compliance perspective, tax authorities around the world have been quick to respond to the current crisis mainly through short term alleviating measures such as an extension of tax filing deadlines and deferral of tax payments which has allowed businesses to adjust to new ways of working.
However, organisations should also carefully consider the relief measures embedded in the local...Read More
The State of Qatar’s demographics make the nation an ideal place for developing a robust business-to-business (B2B) FinTech market.
The FinTech industry in the country has witnessed a surge in the number of start-ups exploring the local opportunities. The Qatar FinTech Hub (QFTH) has recently attracted over 750 applications from all corners of the world.
Qatar Central Bank (QCB) has issued...Read More
The Qatar FinTech Hub (QFTH) recently announced that 24 FinTechs have been selected for the first wave of the incubation and acceleration programmes. The twelve-week programmes due to run from October to December were designed for national and international entrepreneurs who are interested to accelerate their growth.
Over the last two months, the QFTH received more than 750 applications from start-ups...Read More