The Vision of Global Inventions Expo created and developed by Abrim International Consultants Pvt Ltd founded by Mr. Sidhic A Muhammed in collaboration with Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry [FICCI] , the apex business body of India with over 3,00,000 corporate members.
The first expo held in Gujarat during Vibrant Gujarat Global expo and summit inaugurated and inspired by the dynamic Prime Minister of India Hon. Shri Narendra Modiji jointly with Hon. Smt. Anandi Ben Patel , the Hon. Chief Minister of Gujarat. Millions of people from many countries visited and benefited from the expo which showcased over 400 new inventions and innovations from India and rest of the world covering Education , Engineering , Water , Chemicals , Medical, Mobile Technologies , automobile , waste management and many more.
The next Global Inventions Expo planned in Qatar National Convention Center [QNCC] during October 2016 , the largest expo and convention center in the middle east with over 50,000 sqmter covered area with state of the art facilities. Many prestigious and powerful organizations from India and middle east already come forward and extended all kinds of support for this most needy expo for India , middle east and the entire humanity. The theme of the expo is "In search of needy creations"
Qatar is an Arab State, sovereign and independent that holds the third- largest proven natural gas reserves in the world, and is the largest exporter of liquefied natural gas. Its small citizenry enjoys the world’s highest per capita income. It is a constitutional monarchy governed by the Al Thani family, and the constitution reflects the previously contested principle that successors to the throne will follow the hereditary line of the emir’s male offspring. The Emir of Qatar, Tamim bin Hamad bin Khalifa Al Thani, began his rule in June 2013 when his father, Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifah, abdicated, marking the first voluntary and planned transition of power in Qatar since its independence.
Emir Tamim has inherited the duties of leading a nation that transformed under his father's tenure from a weak satellite of Saudi Arabia into an ambitious, independent regional power with large financial resources and considerable global influence relative to the country’s small population. In his initial public statements and actions, the new emir suggested that elements of both continuity and change would characterize Qatar's official policies under his leadership. Qatar is gaining in regional influence. It owns the influential satellite TV station Al-Jazeera and won the bid to host the 2022 Football World Cup
Doha, the capital of Qatar is located halfway down the east coast of peninsula and it is an important commercial and Cultural center that connected in an excellent manner with the outside world through state-of-the art seaports, airports and telephone links.
QNCC is located on Qatar Foundation’s 2,500-acre campus, which hosts faculties from world-renowned universities such as Weill Cornell, Texas A&M, and Georgetown, as well as home-grown centers such as Sidra Medical and Research Center, Qatar Science & Technology Park, and Al Jazeera Children’s Channel.
QNCC was conceived with a focus on sustainability. The Centre was built according to US Green Building Council's Leadership in Energy and Environment Design (LEED) gold-certification standards.
The building is designed to operate efficiently with innovations such as water conservation and energy-efficient fixtures, and it is approximately 32 percent more efficient compared with a similarly designed building without such innovations. One of the features is the 3,500sq m of solar panels providing 12.5 percent of the Centre's energy needs. The exhibition halls have extremely energy-efficient LED lighting. Many other integrative design elements are being adapted to achieve the highest level of environmental and sustainable standards.