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March 6, 2016

QSTP Hosts Tenant Networking Event

Qatar’s primary incubator for technology development, Qatar Science & Technology Park (QSTP) recently hosted a networking event entitled ‘Business Connect’.
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The workshop, aimed at creating an interactive environment conducive to networking and learning, targeted senior members of QSTP’s resident-companies. The annual workshop was attended by department heads and QSTP Chairman Dr Hamad Al Ibrahim.

The event provided an ideal opportunity for members of QSTP to showcase their achievements and innovations to colleagues and like-minded technology-based companies who are also part of the QSTP community.

In addition to its long-standing partner companies, QSTP has recently welcomed on board prestigious international technology research and start-ups companies focused on various scientific fields. The new companies include Vetosis, Modus, Girnass, and Iberdrola, which will work alongside current members.
QSTP is set to establish a new facility, TECH4, which is now under construction. The new 6,000 square-meter facility, once completed, will allow QSTP to accommodate more tenants and offer them state-of-the-art accommodation suitable for heavier testing and development.

QSTSP has equipped TECH4 with various facilities allowing heavy equipment and containers to be delivered to the tenants with ample allocated spaces, smooth access, and custom clearance, as well as double the power and ceiling height. QSTP aims to provide world-class facilities and services to its current 36 resident-companies and over 1,200 employees to ensure their day-to-day business needs are addressed optimally.

In addition to QSTP’s centres, member-residents include small companies, international corporations, and research institutes that have together committed to funding ventures, creating intellectual property, enhancing technology management skills, and developing innovative products in line with the scientific and research objectives of the QNV2030.

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