Bateel to debut in Qatar with six new locations

The first Bateel boutique opened in Riyadh in Saudi Arabia

A brand new boutique and café opened their doors in Mall of Qatar earlier this month.
A brand new boutique and café opened their doors in Mall of Qatar earlier this month.

Bateel International, known for its dates, is launching in Doha, according to a recent release. 

Since launching in 1991, Bateel has grown to become a globally renowned food brand.

With a series of openings taking place from this month across the first quarter of 2017, general manager, Tina Memic Said: “Bateel has been long awaited in Qatar and we are delighted to finally be able to bring it to new locations across the city”.

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2017 will see a period of continued growth in the country, with a further three openings; a café and boutique in Doha Festival City as well as a dual-purpose location in the Lagoona Mall, which will offer both a café and boutique under one roof.

A brand new boutique and café opened their doors in Mall of Qatar earlier this month and will be followed by another café set to open later this month at the iconic Doha Tower, also known as the Burj Doha.

Last year saw expedited growth for the brand, with store and café openings across Kuwait, Saudi Arabia and Oman. Bateel International managing director Dr. Ata Atmar said: “Bateel is Arabic for ‘a young offshoot of a date palm’ and like our namesake, our company has grown tremendously over the years. 2016 has been a stellar year for Bateel as we expanded into several new key markets across the GCC, as well as celebrating our 25th anniversary.”

 

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