As part of the events organised by the Slovenian Center – I feel Slovenia, the President of the Republic of Slovenia, Borut Pahor, an honorary sponsor of the Slovenian Centre, along with the chief executive director of Halcom, Marko Valjavec, and the rest of the Slovenian economic delegation, met with the Sheikh of Qatar and the president of Qatari Business Association (QBA), his excellency Sheikh Faisal Bin Qassim Al Thani.
In the spirit of promotion and presentation of sports, cultural, and business perspectives of Slovenia, the Slovenian Centre – I feel Slovenia has been established in Doha. The Slovenian Center includes a business and political center, representing the proactive and innovative approach of Slovenian economy to strengthen and build new business relations between the Slovenian and Qatar market.
Halcom’s CEO, Marko Valjavec, is also participating in the activities organised in the Slovenian Center. During the past few days, the Slovenian delegation has already met up with the Qatar economic delegation, led by the Chairman of Qatar Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Sheikh Khalifa Bin Jassim Bin Mohammed Al Thani. The meeting was based on constructive talks regarding commercial relationships between Slovenia and Qatar, and identifying mutually beneficial future opportunities.
Business meetings continued on Monday. The President of the Republic of Slovenia, Borut Pahor, along with the chief executive director of Halcom, Marko Valjavec, and the rest of the Slovenian economic delegation, met with the Sheikh of Qatar and president of QBA, Sheikh Faisal Bin Qassim Al Thani. The meeting strengthened business relationships between Slovenia and Qatar, that Halcom is also a part of. The company has recognised Qatar banks as excellent business partners a while age, and has been successfully cooperating with banks and companies in Qatar for the last seven years. Qatar banks and companies share Halcom’s vision – to offer customers only the most advanced banking services.
“Halcom is one of the few Slovenian companies that does business with Qatar, and has been doing so for 7 years. One of the main reasons is that Halcom’s banking solutions are completely adjusted for the peculiarities of Islamic banking. Today’s business meeting only strengthens our belief that the Middle East, especially in the banking world, presents numerous business opportunities,” said Marko Valjavec, CEO of Halcom, after meeting the Sheikh.
In the picture: Marko Valjavec, Halcom's CEO, and Sheikh Khalifa Bin Jassim Bin Mohammed Al Thani, Chairman of Qatar Chamber of Commerce and Industry