Najah Qatari or “Qatari Success” festival, in its fifth edition, concluded under the slogan “Yesterday’s dream, today’s reality.” Najah Qatari is one of the country’s biggest annual events, attended by…
A group of young women from Qatar have designed a new app to help residents and visitors figure out what to do in Qatar, and includes information about everything from forts and beaches to mosques, parks and museums.
While some changes remove onerous requirements – such as the need to raise QR200,000 before obtaining a commercial registration – others appear to be adding new hurdles for those trying to launch a company.
People pitched business plans for vegetable hydroponics kits, sign language training and a variety of mobile apps in a competition for funding and space in one of the country’s largest startup incubators.
Many businesses say the popular mobile messaging tool WhatsApp is helping them with customers by allowing them to overcome language barriers, customize orders and improve service with more accurate delivery directions.