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Katara Reveals New Website Identity

The Cultural Village celebrates Qatar’s National Day with a new look and feel!

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In celebration of Qatar National Day on 18 December, Katara launches a new website design and image on the evening of Monday, 17 December. The new look and feel is aimed at increasing and enhancing communication with the public as well as providing easier navigation for online users.

Commenting on the launch, Dr. Khalid bin Ibrahim Al Sulaiti, General Manager of Katara said:

Looking at how we can further evolve our offering is something we are always keen on at Katara. We are committed to providing a platform for world renowned arts and culture events and a fundamental part of this is ensuring that all our communications platforms reveal that. In this way we convey our brand’s attributes while constantly enhancing our solid, leading position across Qatar and the Arab region.’

The new website will include key information about Katara’s offerings, all of which reflect the role Katara plays as a cultural hub in Qatar and the Arab region. The new look represents the stability and strength on which Katara has been built on, yet also encompasses the innovation that is fast becoming a trademark of Katara following the many successful cultural initiatives it brought the region.

You can visit the new website on the evening of Monday, 17 December by logging on to katara.net or click here.

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