KidZania Doha hosts tour as it gears up for 2018 launch
KidZania Doha, the award-winning edutainment model concept, hosted their sponsors and investors for a tour and a sneak-peak to the model city’s progress.
This year, many businesses in Qatar have been keen about expanding, and somehave recently set up establishments in KidZania, the 5,500 square meter miniature city and theme park for children in Aspire Zone.
KidZania Doha, expected to open its doors in 2018, will provide a unique educational and entertainment experience, offering 42 establishments where children will be able to role play ‘adult jobs’ in up to 60 pretend roles, learning a variety of values including self-reliance, team work, honesty, integrity and giving back to society.
KidZania is the world’s fastest growing family entertainment brand, with KidZania Doha expecting to welcome over 300,000 visitor year-on-year. The establishment will be able to accommodate up to 1,000 children with approximately 250 employees at any one time.
Qatar Airways' contribution at Kidzania Singapore
KidZania Doha has signed several partnership agreements with many public and private institutions including Qatar Airways, Qatar National Bank, Ministry of Commerce and Economy, Qatar National Library, Al Rayyan Water, Al Mutahajiba, Jotun Paints, Abdul Samad Al Qurashi and Fairy Tale Salon.
Further partnership agreements are expected to be announced soon. Demand from businesses is picking up and KidZania expects to sign more sponsorship agreements in the very near future.
Ric Fearnett, Governor of KidZania Doha said during the event, “We have been championing role-play globally for almost 20 years, and we currently partner with over 1000 global companies and we are very proud to partner with each and every one of you.”
He also added "We are in the final stages of preparing for the opening of KidZania Doha in 2018 and welcoming children from Qatar and all over the world; we are proud that we will contribute to the achievement of the Qatar National Vision 2030 through the development and empowerment of children”.
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