The Qatar Financial Centre (QFC) is an onshore business and financial centre located in Doha, Qatar established by virtue of Law No. 7 of 2005 of the State of Qatar, to create a world class legal and business environment to enhance growth and diversification, contributing to the Qatar National Vision 2030 of building a knowledge-based economy for the benefit of current and future generations.
The QFC offers domestic and international firms the opportunity to establish and provide a broad range of services, regulated and non-regulated, under a legal and regulatory regime that meets international best practice.
The QFC provides an attractive platform and a transparent and flexible environment for firms to operate successfully in Qatar and the region.
The Virginia Economic Development Partnership (VEDP) was created by the Virginia General Assembly in 1995 to encourage, stimulate, and support development and expansion of the Commonwealth’s economy. To accomplish these objectives, the Partnership focuses on business recruitment, expansion, and international trade. VEDP has offices in Virginia, Germany, Japan, and South Korea.
With dedicated and knowledgeable professionals committed to Virginia’s economic success, VEDP helps businesses find the resources they need to make relocation and expansion successful endeavors.
Al Sulaiti Law Firm is one of the largest law firms in the region with partnership offices across 17 countries. Established in 2002 by Mr. Mubarak bin Abdullah Al-Sulaiti, the firm is a full-service renowned law firm combining knowledge, experience and expertise to ensure clients have access to the best legal solutions, cutting-edge legal services and solutions to local, national and international clients. With more than eighteen years of experience, Al Sulaiti Law Firm has fast become one of the most prominent and reputable law firms in Qatar.
Georgetown University in Qatar (GU-Q) was established in 2005 and has since graduated 12 classes consisting of more than 550 alumni. Graduates of GU-Q work in a broad array of fields including communications, consulting, finance, marketing, public relations, arts, and education in the private, public, and non-profit sectors.
In addition to the four-year liberal arts and social sciences undergraduate degree program from the world-renowned Walsh School of Foreign Service in Washington, DC, GU-Q now hosts residencies for a range of executive and master's degree courses including the International Emergency and Disaster Management degree and the Executive Masters in Leadership degree. The principle of educating people in the service of humankind guides academic pursuits at Georgetown, preparing generations to become leaders in a wide array of professions.
Gulf Times was originally established in Qatar in 1978 as the Gulf Publishing & Printing Company. The Company and its publications are a practical expression of the hopes and aspirations, values and principles of Qatar and its culture, which are deeply rooted in the Gulf and Arab world.
Since its inception, Gulf Times has been dedicated to reflecting events at home and abroad, guided by responsible journalism, truth, and accuracy.
Lusail Newspaper was established in 2016 in Qatar. Lusail monitors various local and international events in a renewed manner, and presents the most important news, reports, and analyzes in a professional manner and comprehensive and in-depth digital implications, to provide a high-level press service. Neutrality, objectivity, and transparency in dealing with events is the method and way of Lusail, so that the newspaper's mission is to guide future decisions to draw a stable and professional investment reality in all that it presents. This approach made Lusail the reliable and unique source for decision-makers, including executives, businessmen and investors, who are the driving force for leadership and initiative in society and the pillar of commercial, social and humanitarian work performance in the local economy and international investment.