Report: What are the post-pandemic prospects for Qatar’s start-ups and SMEs?

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The disruption to daily life created by the pandemic has precipitated an acceleration of the digital transformation process already under way in the corporate sector in Qatar, with private firms waking up to the potential to enhance productivity and generate new revenue streams through digital solutions. With the right guidance from development partners, small and medium-sized enterprises should emerge from the pandemic in a stronger position to prosper in an increasingly digitalised economy.

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