Dubai World Expo 2020 will take place from 20th October 2020 to 10 April 2021 and be one of the first large-scale international events that will lead to a boost in Dubai’s business and tourism. While the business tourism sector, which has seen a slowdown in recent years, will grow at the same pace as tourism in the emirate. The UAE should be proud of it.
Azerbaijan reveals Expo 2020 Dubai Pavilion Design
“Our pavilion will give our visitors an opportunity to realize their role in influencing the environmental and social systems around them,” said Akrovov, who launched the construction of the pavilion with two children from Azerbaijan.
France Unveils Pavilion design at Expo 2020 Dubai
The French pavilion designed by Atelier du Prado Architects and Celnikier & Grabli features light as one of the main sources of inspiration. It was seen as an oasis from which a true umbrella of light literally emerges. It is an ingenuity beyond the boundaries of the normal building because it integrates materials and lighting into a single structure to display the content of permanent and temporary exhibitions.
Portugal Confirms its Participation in Expo 2020 Dubai
Portugal, which received 20 million tourists last year, is looking forward to welcoming more tourists from the UAE and the Gulf countries. “I see a wide range of growth through more investment opportunities, Will contribute to the prosperity of both countries’ economies. I refer not only to the exchange of services and goods but also to our cultures. ”
AED121 Billion Linked to Expo 2020 Projects
The Government of Dubai is also working on the construction of bridges and rail networks, building new roads for the southern part of Dubai, expanding highways, and equipping facilities, water and electricity networks in the region. The Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) is also working on the construction of a new 15 km metro line to the Expo site, while the construction of the new airport will continue to be the largest in the world, once completed.
Keeping in mind the pavilion design and its content for the country’s Expo 2020 theme, the concept behind the Norwegian pavilion is to centralize Norway’s participation. Furthermore, other activities include will be thematic days and weeks highlighting the vision which clearly delivered and the idea of escalation the view of the importance of sustainable use and development of the ocean.
DCAS & DFF Collaboration For Emergency Services:
Dubai Corporation for Ambulance Services (DCAS) is in collaboration with the Dubai Future Foundation (DFF) to develop an ‘Immediate Response’ project.
This project is one of it’s kind, it uses Artificial Intelligence (AI) to help volunteers identify patients’ emergency cases and guide them to help save their lives while waiting for the ambulance.
Dubai Expo 2020 will be the first World Expo to be held in the Middle East, Africa and South Asia, MEASA, region. The aim of its exhibition is to helping such projects which leads our lives to reach a milestone of improvement, and throttle full potential to make these projects possible.
Expo Live provides each successful initiative with a grant of up to $100,000. Projects are also supported with business guidance and promotion and may have the chance to display their work to visitors at Expo 2020 Dubai.
Expo 2020 partners with PepsiCo:
The chairman of the Dubai Expo 2020 Higher Committee Sheikh Ahmed Bin Saeed Al Maktoum has reched to an agreement with the chairperson and CEO of food and beverage company PepsiCo.
The two organizations joins hand to work together to encourage and educate the participants on areas of crucial importance including water stewardship, sustainable packaging, agriculture and nutrition.
Omani’s Ministers’ stance on Expo 2020:
Minister of Trade and Industry of the Sultanate of Oman, Dr Ali bin Masood bin Ali Al Sunaidi, said that the Expo 2020 Dubai is an important exhibition for the Sultanate. “We must all cooperate to make this international event a success.”
He pointed out that the Sultanate of Oman is witnessing a new stage of completion of infrastructure works and has many promising areas which we hope the businessmen of both countries will benefit from.
Expo 2020 Dubai Programming 2020 hours
Expo 2020 Dubai and Accenture will offer 2,020 hours of programming training to primary school students in the UAE, Accenture will continue to host programming development sessions for young learners until Expo 2020 Dubai.
The weekly training sessions will be held in conjunction with EXPO Schools at Expo 2020, Dubai, to enable UAE school students to develop programming skills and computer science in a fun and exciting environment.