Real Estate Sector
Qatar is witnessing a great demand for warehousing facilities originating primarily from the manufacturing and logistics sector. Qatar Free Zone Authority is attracting significant investments from around the globe for setting up businesses in Qatar, as a result, Qatar is all set to witness a higher influx of investors. With more opportunities in the market and an increased inflow of a white-collared workforce, there can be a positive upturn in the demand for residential housing over the next short to middle term, providing a much-needed fillip to the sector.
Qatar Horizon has focused on investing in the real estate sector such as hotels and apartments. Accor Middle East has signed up with Qatar Horizon management to operate two new hotels – a 153-room Ibis hotel, and a 153-key Adagio apartment hotel in Doha
Qatar’s industrial sector has the potential to play a pivotal role in the economic diversification of the country, with both heavy and light manufacturing in a position to benefit from it. Qatar’s industry, along with the domestic economy overall, has developed resilience and a level of self-sufficiency. Qatar witnessed robust month-on-month cement production growth during September 2020 as the country scaled back its Covid-19 restrictions. Cement Product production increased by 9.1%. Cement was one of several sectors to buck a wider trend of a continued industrial slowdown, according to the Planning and Statistics Authority (PSA).
Al Sehmiah Cement Products is a manufacturer of concrete products such as Interlocking Tiles, Concrete Blocks, Kerbstones, Concrete Tiles, Insulated Blocks, Shot Blasted Tiles etc. Al Sehmiah Cement Products was established in 2007 in the Industrial Area of Doha, Qatar
Food & Beverage Sector
The Sector is an intrinsic part of Qatar’s economy, which has flourished over the years due to the cultural diversity of the country’s population. Growth in business and leisure tourism has given rise to a host of restaurants serving different cuisines from around the world. Future growth of the sector is directly linked to the development of the entertainment, hospitality and tourism sectors of Qatar which is poised to make a great leap forward given the various developments in the country such as FIFA 2022.
Magnolia Bakery Qatar is a franchise of Magnolia New York. It has created a unique sensory experience that has made it a destination for people to visit.
Hospitality Service Sector
Accor Middle East has signed a management agreement to operate two new hotels – a 153-room Ibis hotel, and a 153-key Adagio apartment hotel in Doha, Qatar, marking the first property for both brands in the city.
Located along the city’s C-Ring Road, which connects Doha’s central business district and airport, the hotels are part of a master plan combining hospitality, retail and office space.