Doorknock in Washington DC

Every year a delegation of AmCham Qatar members, led by the Board of Governors Chairman Robert Hagar, make their way to Washington D.C. to meet US government officials and agencies to discuss relevant issues as well as the business and investment climate in Qatar. These Doorknock missions are a forum for members to identify and discuss the challenges facing the private sector.

Read the 2017 Post Doorknock Report

Doing Business in Qatar

Fusion Middle East provides corporate partnership to foreign investors looking to start or expand a business in Qatar or the UAE, Fusion Middle East (formerly PRO-Partnership) uses local knowledge and expertise to provide tailored solutions, catering to each client’s individual business needs and helping to achieve their business objectives.

After identifying the appropriate company structure for the new set-up in Qatar or the UAE – whether that’s a limited liability company, branch or trade representative office – Fusion Middle East uses insights into the local market and its extensive network of connections to lay the groundwork for success. This means navigating the complex system of regulatory processes and procedures that exist in across the Middle East, eliminating potential barriers, and fulfilling all necessary requirements to allow the new business to be established. Fusion Middle East is also on hand to ensure each new business abides by Qatari laws, helping to minimize risk while staying on the right side of the law.

By providing the highest levels of service and support, Fusion Middle East and its network of partners are able to help businesses set up in Qatar quickly and efficiently, with minimal stress in the minimal length of time.

To find out more about starting a business in Qatar follow this link: “Steps to setting up a business in Qatar” or visit the website.