Virtual Events

Registration Closed

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In-Person Events


8:30 - 9:00 AM Networking and Breakfast

9:00 - 10:00 AM Presentation with Q&A

10:00 - 10:30 AM Closing Comments and Networking

Registration Details:

  • Space is limited and priority will be given to AmCham Qatar Members.

  • Registration for in-person events is limited in accordance with MOPH regulations.

  • All attendees must be fully vaccinated, wear a mask when not seated, and be respectful of social distancing.

  • You will be contacted 48 hours prior to the event to re-confirm your registration and be given the event location.

  • The cost for non-members confirmed to attend will be 200 QR and we are able to accept cash or company check payment.

Michael Gunnison

Senior Counsel

Changes in the Qatar and U.S. Compliance Landscape

What Businesses Should Know

Monday, November 15, 2021

8:30 AM - 10:30 AM (Qatar Time)

In-Person Location: TBD

Please join us for this Distinguished Speaker Series featuring Michael Gunnison, Senior Counsel, Crowell & Moring, to learn about Qatar's new Anti-Money Laundering legislation and regulations, as well as recent U.S.-Qatar enforcement developments.

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Dr. Danyel Reiche

Visiting Associate Professor

Qatar and 2022 FIFA World Cup: Politics, Controversy, Change

Tuesday, November 23, 2021

8:30 AM - 10:30 AM (Qatar Time)

In-Person Location: TBD

Dr. Danyel Reiche is a Visiting Associate Professor at Georgetown University Qatar where he leads a research initiative on the FIFA World Cup 2022. With Paul Brannagan from Manchester Metropolitan University he has written the book "Qatar and 2022 FIFA World Cup : Politics, Change, Controversy" which will be published with Palgrave in 2022.

Please join us for this Distinguished Speaker Series featuring Dr. Reiche to learn how Qatar hosting the World Cup is changing politics and society in the country.

Click here to visit the “Building a Legacy: Qatar FIFA World Cup 2022" webpage.

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Qatar - USA 2021 Year of Culture

Every year, Qatar Museums runs a cultural exchange program that aims to convey Qatar to an international audience. The Qatar-USA 2021 Year of Culture is intended to enhance cultural and artistic exchange and exemplifies the renewed commitment of the two nations to foster mutual understanding and promote intercultural dialogue. The specially curated 2021 Year of Culture will feature a wide-ranging program of exhibitions, festivals, bilateral exchanges, and events to be held in both nations.

Congratulations to Virginia Commonwealth University School of the Arts in Qatar's graphic design student Sara AlHelal, who designed the Qatar-USA 2021 Year of Culture logo for Qatar Museums. Sara's initial designs were recognized by the Year of Culture team, which led to an internship with Qatar Museums, where she refined her concept into a graphic combining Al Wahda Arches with the Statue of Liberty.

For all the details click here to visit the official website of the Qatar-USA 2021 Year of Culture.