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In the last five years, Qatar’s population and international tourist arrivals have witnessed compound annual growth rates (CAGRs) of 8.6% and 7.2% respectively. Experts anticipate the country’s hospitality sector to witness an annual 10 percent growth, and revenues are expected to peak at $1.6 billion over the next 3 years.

With a deep understanding of the Qatari market, and a keen eye on the hospitality and tourism industry developments locally and internationally, Hospitality Qatar introduces for the first time this year the Future Qatar Tourism Conference 2018. The three-day conference aims to explore the opportunities and challenges this sector is facing, and showcase new strategies, technologies, and innovations to keep up with the market’s development.



Qatar Tourism
Day 1

  • Examining Potential Projects and Identifying Initiatives that will Shape the Future of the Tourism Sector in Qatar
  • Overview on the Development of the Qatar National Tourism Sector Strategy
  • Increasing Hotel Rooms from 22,000 to 45,000 by 2022
  • Implementing Projects and Events to Target 5.6mn Tourists/Annum by 2023


Qatar Food
Day 2

  • Overview on the $1.6 Billion New Port Project (NPP) Launched to Provide Stockpile of Processed and Stored Food in Qatar
  • Implementing New Ideas for Food Production within Urban Planning
  • Alternatives and Solutions to Achieve Food Self-Sufficiency in Qatar
  • Discussing the Existing Standards and Requirements of Food Processing and Packaging in Qatar


Qatar Fit-Out
Day 3

  • Hospitality Design - How to Enhance Customer Experience?
  • Combining Innovation and Holistic Insights in Design
  • Interior Design Project Updates for Ongoing Projects in Qatar
  • Case Studies of Successful Projects in Qatar and Countries All Over the World


If you are interested to speak in the conference, contact Ahmad Keilani – Conference Director on or call on +97430639436

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Market Insights
  • Qatar is planning to invest $45bn in tourism projects over the next 14 years

  • Qatar is the fastest growing destination within the region in terms of visitor arrivals, averaging 11.5% growth over the past 5 years

  • The tourism sector’s total contribution to the country’s total economy will reach 5.2% by 2030

  • The supply of hotel rooms and hotel apartments in Qatar surpassed 20,700 in 2016 following an outpour of hotel openings

  • BMI forecasts food sales in local currency to witness a compound annual growth rate of 14.4% in the upcoming years leading to 2020

  • There are currently 11 new retail malls under construction throughout Doha, representing an increase of almost 200% in current supply.

Organized By

Leading Partner

Official Supporting Body

Silver Sponsor

Official Hotel

Official Freight Forwarder

Media Partners


From Tuesday, 06 November
To Thursday, 08 November

Daily opening hours:
03:00 PM - 09:00 PM


International Inquiries
Mr. Ghassan Nawfal
Mr. Ghassan Nawfal
Tel: +961 5 959 111 Ext. 118
Fax: +961 5 955 361
Local Inquiries
Mr. Karim Raffoul
Mr. Karim Raffoul
Tel: +974 44 329900 Ext: 683
Fax: +974 44 432891


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