PAI: participation in foreign exhibitions leads to surge in exports

Kuwait's pavilion at the exhibition
Kuwait’s pavilion at the exhibition

By Nawaf Al-Diqbasi DOHA, May 10 (KUNA) — Kuwait’s Public Authority for Industry (PAI) on Tuesday urged Kuwaiti industries to participate in foreign exhibitions, saying it leads to a surge in the country’s exports and maximizes job opportunities for youth.
Head of the marketing department at PAI Nasser Al-Mutairi told KUNA during the four-day “Project Qatar” exhibition, that participation in foreign exhibitions would help propel Kuwait into international markets.
Moreover, Al-Mutairi underscored the importance of the “Project Qatar” exhibition, saying the scope of investment projects will lure businessmen from all across the globe.
Meanwhile, Director of Exports at Al-Hasawi Group Nael Ibrahim Bedas told KUNA that the company’s participation in the exhibition would present the company with the opportunity to enter the Qatari market.
Head of the marketing and exports department at the National Ceramic Industries Mamdouh Dahman told KUNA that participating in international exhibitions is a tool to market products on regional and international levels.
Similarly, Director of Sales at the International Powder Coating Company Osama Fowzi spoke of the importance of these foreign exhibitions, saying they create opportunities to boost the volume of exports.
“Project Qatar” exhibition, sponsored by Qatari Prime Minister and Interior Minister Abdullah bin Nasser bin Khalifa Al-Thani, covers an area of 30 thousand square meters and consists of 18 pavilions from 37 nations.
Kuwait’s pavilion at the exhibition stretches on 315 square meters, with participation of a plethora of companies and industries. (end) nnd.nam

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