Oxford Business Group appoints new team for 2014 report
- Qatar: Sunday, February 24 - 2013 at 12:49
The global publishing, research and consultancy firm Oxford Business Group (OBG) has appointed a new team to lead its operations in Qatar.
Alan worked on the latest research on Dubai, while Kramer joins her from a spell in Indonesia during which he led the Group's editorial team.
Both Alan and Kramer have gained extensive experience with OBG covering emerging economies across the region. Alan previously played a key role on the Group's projects in Oman and Abu Dhabi, while Kramer led the firm's editorial research in Bahrain and Jordan before taking up his most recent post in Jakarta.
OBG's Regional Director in the Middle East Jana Treeck said she was confident the knowledge Alan and Kramer had built up during their time in the Gulf and Middle East would serve them well in their new roles.
"Qatar is currently in the midst of economic change, as it steps up its efforts to drive growth in the non-oil sector and pushes ahead with large-scale capital works projects, having reached its target for gas production," she said. "I am delighted to have Nihan and Gregory on board as we begin exploring this exciting juncture in Qatar's history, while also marking our milestone, ten-year anniversary in the country."
The Report: Qatar 2014 will be the most up-to-date research produced by OBG after working on the ground for a year. It will provide information on opportunities for foreign direct investment into Qatar's economy and will be a guide to the many facets of the country, including its macroeconomics, infrastructure, banking and sectoral developments. The Report: Qatar 2014 will be available in print form or online.
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