On Tuesday, the Qatari capital, Doha, witnessed the signing of a Turkish-Qatari partnership in the field of managing international events and events.
The Qatar Chamber of Commerce stated in a statement that an agreement was signed to establish a joint Qatari-Turkish company under the name CEO EVENT QATAR.
She explained that the agreement was signed by the Qatari businessman, Ali bin Shabib Al-Attiyah.
On the Turkish side, Cavad Alcuk, CEO of CEO EVENT.
This came in the presence of a number of Qatari and Turkish businessmen and the Turkish ambassador to Doha, Mustafa Kokso.
According to the same source, Sheikh Khalifa bin Jassim Al Thani, President of Qatar Chamber, praised the signing of this partnership, stressing that they support such alliances between Qatari and Turkish companies.
He pointed out that “Qatari-Turkish relations have witnessed a great development in recent years, and this has been reflected in the cooperation between the business sectors of the two countries.”
According to the statement, Ali bin Shabib Al-Attiyah expressed his happiness at signing the founding contract with “CEO Event”.
It is the global Turkish company specialized in managing events and conferences, stressing the Qatari market’s need for Turkish expertise in this field.
He also explained, “This agreement is an important step in the context of our journey to organize and supervise special events with the start of the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.
Which requires building talent and capabilities at the global level and collaborating in all operational areas with the global talent that we will see in the field.”
For his part, CIO Event CEO Cavad Alcuk said, “We have planned and implemented many successful events in Turkey and abroad for many years.”
He added, “We seek to present a new addition to the Qatari market, especially since Qatar is a huge and large market in the world of events and conferences.”
He added, “The new company will be interested in providing all expertise in the field of event management, which will cover different areas of sports management.
It also organizes major events in various fields such as governance, planning, finance, marketing, communication, media and professional practice.
As for the Qatari Murad Ali, the expert and consultant in strategic management and media campaign management.
He explained that “the Qatari market needs international companies such as (CEO Event Qatar) in managing events and conferences.”
And he indicated that “the presence of Turkish companies in the Qatari market contributes to economic diversification.”
It should be noted that “CEO Event” was established in Turkey in 2006 by an experienced team that wanted to transfer its expertise in the field of advertising and political communication to the field of event management.
This company has redefined the concept of “events” in Turkey since its inception and soon after its establishment, it has enjoyed an international reputation in event management in the world.
Where it gained many customers in addition to establishing a new concept away from traditional concepts.
The company has succeeded in organizing many international events and conferences, such as the World Humanitarian Summit (the largest conference held by the United Nations outside the United States).
As well as the meeting of the foreign ministers of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), the World Energy Conference, the Extraordinary Session of the Islamic Summit Conference and the Mediation Conference in Istanbul.