The sports industry across the Middle East continues to flourish and offer vast opportunities to regional and international suppliers. Qatar’s commitment to develop its sports industry is evidenced by its position as a pillar in the Qatar National Vision 2030. Ambition to host major sports events, a comprehensive annual sports calendar, investment in infrastructure for the 2022 FIFA World Cup and the development of a sports facilities master plan, all play a role in this.
According to Deloitte, the Qatari government intends to spend over $70bn on infrastructure and transport as well as hotels and stadia. In addition, another sports event has been recently added to the calendar of Qatar, as the country was granted the right to host the 2019 17th IAAF World Championships, boosting the construction of sports venues even further. ASPIRE4SPORT Congress & Exhibition 2016 is bringing to you a 2-day exclusive event and offering unprecedented opportunity to engage with the key people that are shaping the future of the GCC’s sports business industry
ASPIRE4SPORT 2016 offers you the chance to meet with High Profile entities such as the Supreme Committee for Delivery and Legacy, Qatar Sports League and other movers & shakers involved in the sports industry in Qatar. You will be able to showcase your products, solutions and services within a set if pre-arranged meetings. The A4S 2016 high profile buyers are prequalified, selected carefully with the majority representing a wide range of Qatari governmental bodies and large companies that are eager to source supplies, products and services for the preparation of the highly anticipated 2022 FIFA World Cup.
To register your interest for guaranteed meetings
in Amsterdam, on 3 - 4 October 2016, kindly
fill the form and send it back to the organisers. Participation is subject to the approval of the organisers and should take up to 7 working days. The organisers will contact you, and match your profile with the buyers’ requirements. Seats are very limited and reservation is on a first-come first-served basis.
A TOTAL OF 150 COMPANIES ONLY WILL BE SELECTED