Why Exhibit at Milipol Qatar 2021?

Qatar, a strategic crossroads between Asia and the Near East, is a market you can't afford to ignore. With the highest per capita income in the world, and the world’s third largest natural gas and oil reserves, Qatar will become a regional showcase for innovative homeland security products and services in October.  This wealthy nation, playing host to FIFA World Cup 2022 (Doha), has spent, by some estimates, more than U.S. $200 billion on infrastructure and security upgrades preparing for this internationally acclaimed event. The world will be watching.

Why Exhibit in the Partnership Pavilion?

The USA Partnership Pavilion is your full-service, business-to-business headquarters; the on-site hub of America's national export community. Prime locations, quality designs, professional amenities and dedicated, on-site staff make the Pavilion the perennial first-choice for show visitors and exhibitors alike.

Experience more of what you're going for at Milipol Qatar 2021!

Kallman Worldwide creates unique opportunities for you to strengthen business relationships in Qatar by maximizing your impact at Milipol Qatar 2021. Learn about our exclusive program features here, and start planning to take advantage of them there!

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