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3 Reasons Qatar offers beyond 2022 World Cup

The 2022 World Cup is going to be epic. Qatar has already built the infrastructure and stadiums needed for the event, and now it’s time for the country to capitalize on its new status as a global player. Here are three reasons why Qatar offers beyond 2022:

The 2022 FIFA World Cup is the first to be hosted in the Arab world. This is a major milestone for Qatar and the Middle East region as a whole, as this will be their first time hosting such a mega-sporting event. Many people have questioned whether or not this was the right time for Qatar to host such an event due to their harsh laws against homosexuality and human rights violations. However, there are many reasons why this shouldn’t stop you from visiting Qatar:

1. Opening up new markets for investors and businesses alike

Qatar is the smallest country in the Middle East, but it’s well-connected to the rest of the world. With a population of 2.7 million (1.3 million Qatari nationals and 1.4 million expats), Qatar is one of its wealthiest countries. Qatar has a strong economy that will be boosted by hosting the 2022 FIFA World Cup™—an event that will bring billions in revenue and investment over time. In addition, Qatar has many multinational companies that have offices there, including ExxonMobil, Shell Oil Company and HSBC Bank USA Inc (to name just three).

There are many reasons why people choose to live in Qatar: for example, for its tax-free salaries; excellent education system; beautiful beaches; low crime rate; flourishing arts scene; excellent medical facilities as well as a high standard of living overall compared to other countries in this region such as Saudi Arabia or UAE where people typically earn less money yet pay higher taxes on their salaries because they’re not allowed any form of tax deduction as we do here at home right now!

2. Businesses that get in now gain an early mover advantage

  • Businesses that get in now gain an early mover advantage

Qatar is a new market, and it’s the first country to host the World Cup in the Middle East. If you’re able to make connections here now before 2022, you will have an advantage over competitors who can only join after 2022. This is because Qatar has already proven itself as a successful host for FIFA tournaments (including the Asian Cup 2021) and other sporting events such as Doha Triathlon 2019 and Tour of Qatar 2020. It also has a wealth of experience organizing large-scale events—a skill that will come in handy when planning how to accommodate millions of visitors during the tournament.

If you are one of these early movers in Qatar, you can use this opportunity to build long-lasting relationships with Qatari companies or government officials who may help your business grow in this promising market post-tournament!

3. The future of Qatar after the World Cup is bright

As a young nation with a growing population, Qatar is at the forefront of innovation and entrepreneurship. In fact, the World Economic Forum named Qatar the most innovative country in the world for four years in a row.

Qatar’s economy has grown at an average rate of 8 percent per year over the last decade and continues to expand strongly amid low oil prices. The country is also one of the largest exporters of natural gas in the world, and its government has invested heavily in infrastructure projects such as metro lines that link key destinations like Doha with cities around it like Al Wakrah, which will help visitors get around quickly during their stay here!

We hope you’ll consider visiting this amazing destination soon!

Qatar offers more than just football.

Qatar is more than just a great place to watch football. It’s a new market for businesses and investors; it has a young population, it’s growing economy and a middle class, as well is becoming an increasingly popular tourist destination.

Qatar is also becoming a major player in the education sector, with its universities offering high-quality degrees at affordable prices.

Bottom Line

Qatar will be hosting the 2022 FIFA World Cup, and all eyes are on them. They have a lot of pressure on their shoulders to make this event a success and show the world what they are made of. However, you don’t need to wait until 2022 to experience all that Qatar has to offer as an investor or business owner; there are plenty of opportunities available now if you know where to look hard enough!

Who am I?

I am Dotun Adeoye, a Business Growth Strategist & Author of the 5 Pillars of Business Growth. 

I’ve built up my experience via serial entrepreneurship, consulting leadership roles in business growth, business development and product innovation in large companies worldwide in the last 29 years.

Today, I consult with large businesses on how to sustainably grow their businesses, sustain infinite growth, ensure business continuity and achieve a legacy.



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