WATCH: Qatar Living marks its 15th anniversary

WATCH: Qatar Living marks its 15th anniversary

Qatar Living
By Qatar Living

Today, on October 15, Qatar Living (QL) celebrates 15 years of its existence!

QL was launched as one of the first and most dynamic social networks back in 2005.

Over the years, not only did QL become a favorite among residents of Qatar but also gained popularity as a key source of information for individuals and families wishing to come to the country for work or leisure.

Now as the ultimate knowledge gateway to Qatar, QL offers everything from classifieds, events, news to dedicated sections for sale and purchase of properties, vehicles, jobs and other items that stand to benefit individuals and businesses alike.

As we take a look back at our journey of 15 years, we are proud of all the milestones we managed to reach and the connection we've built with the QL community. We look forward to many more successes in the coming years!

We take this opportunity to thank all our followers, partners and clients for the incredible support they have extended to us in the past years. We appreciate each one of you!

Thank you and stay with us as we continue bringing you the latest happenings across Qatar.

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By Nubia2019• 8 months 17 hours ago.
Nubia2019

Happy 15th anniversary QL. You made the life of expatriates easy by offering free advertising opportunity. I really appreciate your continuous efforts. Go forward QL!!!

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