Qatari companies seem to add significant value to MUSIAD Expo 2022 in Turkey

Qatari companies will add significant value to the upcoming MUSIAD Expo 2022 to be held in Turkey from November 2-5, said Davut Atlunbas, Vice President of the Association of Independent Industrialists and Businessmen of Turkey (MUSIAD).
During a recent visit to Istanbul, he told a delegation of journalists from Qatar that MUSIAD invites Qatari businessmen from all fields to participate in the 19th edition of the world fair, which will be held at the Tuyap Istanbul Fair Convention and Congress Centre.
He said the expo covers all possible business sectors and opens up opportunities for companies around the world to explore new markets and reach out to each other, with good participation from the GCC region.
Atlunbas noted that attendees to the previous edition of the show in 2020, as it is a biennial event, reported a 97% satisfaction rate even though it was held in harsh conditions. difficulties caused by the Covid-19 pandemic. It welcomed visitors from 102 countries on an area of ​​14,000 m². He pointed out that it will “again welcome more than 100,000 visitors and exhibitors from 124 countries in an area of ​​25,000 m²”.
He continued: “There will be participation from Europe, Asia, Africa and the Mena region, including countries such as Azerbaijan, Russia, Qatar, Saudi Arabia , Morocco, Indonesia, Nigeria and Pakistan, in addition to qualified procurement committees from countries such as Iran and Algeria.”
Altenbas pointed out that “MUSIAD is an all-volunteer entity of Turkish businessmen and was founded to include a group of disciplined, highly responsible and reliable businessmen who would be able to support and protect the interests foreign investors in Turkey and offer them due free services, in addition to addressing and resolving their potential problems and difficulties, which would have a positive impact on the country’s overall business scene”.
Mehmet Akif Altan, head of the MUSIAD exhibition, said that the participation of Qatari companies in the exhibition will further strengthen the excellent relations between the business communities of the two brotherly countries, in addition to opening up broad horizons and fields of business cooperation. operation between them and international partners.
He added that with the Russian-Ukrainian war and other global challenges, there was an urgent need to open new markets and introduce new trade routes and rules, and Turkish and Qatari businessmen could do a lot. for the benefit of all.
Organized by the Turkish Embassy in Doha, the team of invited journalists met Mehmet Ali Ergin, Vice Chairman of the Board of Re-Pie Asset Management Company. He spoke about Turkish funds, which invest in promising and emerging companies and new entrepreneurs, providing them with appropriate financing through shared financing options to help them grow further.
He explained that while most GCC and Qatari investors prefer to invest in real estate, around 10% of assets are held by GCC funders and shareholders. He encouraged Qataris to invest in asset management funds as they are considered highly profitable long-term investments.
Ergin also advised investors to try to diversify their stocks and not to invest a lot of capital in a single project or fund as the process, while highly secure, is prone to losses and gains.
“Generally, we carefully review our projects at Re-Pie and only support and fund projects with proven potential for success and profitability,” he said.

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