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Qatar National Convention Centre Gears Up for Opening

The Qatar National Convention Centre (QNCC) which stands over Education City is in its final preparation stages to becoming fully operational. The Centre is scheduled to officially open by December 2011.

To date, the QNCC has employed more than 390 employees from 36 different countries including Australia, Malaysia, South Korea, South Africa, United Kingdom and the Gulf States.

“The team has converged under the QNCC Sidra tree with one focus in mind – to make the QNCC an industry trailblazer for conventions and exhibitions and deliver service excellence,” said Adam Mather-Brown, General Manager.

“All employees have just undergone two weeks of intensive orientation and training covering various topics including cultural awareness, customer care and team building activities. This underscores QNCC’s emphasis on developing a highly passionate and dedicated team to cater beyond the expectations of clients and guests,” he continued.