Qadran attended today the first edition of Vision Golfe, an event organized by Business France, with Minister Bruno Le Maire in attendance. In his opening speech, Minister Le Maire emphasized the crucial need to enhance cooperative ties between France and the Gulf countries, particularly in light of the new global challenges, especially those related to the energy transition.
As part of the "Doing Business in Gulf Countries" panel discussion moderated by Pablo Martin de Holan, Natalie Demol, Legal Director of Katara Hospitality Europe & America and a founding member of Qadran, provided an overview of the thriving macroeconomic environment and Qatar's aspirations outlined in the Qatar National Vision 2030.
By showcasing tangible projects that unite France and Qatar in critical sectors like infrastructure, education, and tourism, Natalie Demol reiterated Qadran's dedication to supporting this new momentum and facilitating synergies between the business communities of both countries.
Moreover, with Doha being designated as the Arab Capital of Tourism for 2023, Qatar's global leadership in this domain is affirmed, leading Qadran to focus this year on the tourism sector. As Nathalie Demol expressed, "Qatar is a dynamic and ambitious country, ready to welcome internationals from around the world."