Visitors of Dubai 2020 Expo:
- Tourism industry activists
- Transportation industry activists
- Economic activists
- Connectin Creating
- the Future and Minds
Benefits of visiting the Expo 2020 Dubai:
- Visiting the world's most important exhibition
- Familiarity with reputable global companies
- Familiarity with all reputable brands
- Selling goods
- Business development
Argentina-Azerbaijan-Chile-Cuba-Egypt-Czech-Greece-France-Guinea-Indonesia-Italy-Japan-Kazakhstan-Kuwait-Lesotho-Netherlands-New Zealand-Slovenia-Senegal-Somalia-Switzerland-Tunisia-Emirates-UK -YemenExhibition plan
The design features three separate pavilions symbolizing opportunity, sustainability and mobility, with “innovation pods” and “best practice areas” in each thematic zone. These three zones emanate from a central plaza named the Al Wasl, the historic Arab name for Dubai meaning “the connection.” Inspired by the layout of a traditional Arabic “souk,” or marketplace, the design places larger pavilions to the perimeter while clustering smaller exhibit spaces toward the center of the site. This creates a smooth pedestrian flow while encouraging interaction among visitors.
The team planned the Expo site to create a sustainable benchmark for events in the Middle East. An iconic photovoltaic fabric structure covers the main walkways, acting as a solar-powered sun shade and combining with photo panels on building facades to capture enough sunlight to generate at least half of the Expo’s energy requirements onsite. Other sustainable strategies include recycling wastewater, reusing materials and monitoring the Expo’s carbon .
Dubai is set to unveil the legacy plan for the Expo 2020 site, which will be a new business and residential district after the exhibition ends.
District 2020 will have 65,000 square meters of residential space, 10 kilometers of bike paths, 44,900 square meters of parkland and 135,000 square meters of office space, a statement from Expo 2020 said.
The site will also be home to a innovation, educational, cultural and entertainment facilities as well as a conference and exhibition center.
Full plans are expected to be announced on Monday at the Cityscape Global real estate show in Dubai.
District 2020 was designed to be environmentally progressive, with every building expected to meet or exceed the rigorous LEED Gold standards in sustainable construction.
“Back in 2013 when we won the bid to host this great event, we set ourselves two clear objectives in line with our leaders’ vision, which were to stage a World Expo that would amaze the world and build a lasting legacy with a global destination that offers a new alternative for urban living,” said :Reem bint Ibrahim Al-Hashimy, minister of state for international cooperation and director-general of the Dubai Expo 2020 Bureau.
We have created District 2020 to achieve that goal. It has been a key part of our planning from the very start, not just for our Legacy Team but the entire Expo organization.”
Expo 2020 will be held from October 2020 to April 2021, and will be the first world expo in the Middle East, Africa and South Asia. Dubai is expecting to welcome 25 million visitors for the event, with around 70 percent anticipated to come from outside of the region.
The inspiration behind the logo came from a ring found at a 4,000-year-old archaeological site in the desert in the Al Marmum area of Dubai.
The winning design was revealed by Sheikh Mohammed last year and was displayed on the Burj Khalifa.
The Expo 2020 logo, he said, “represents our message to the world that our civilisation has deep roots. We were and will always be a pot that gathers civilisations and a centre for innovation”.
Jonathan Gornall tells a wonderful story here on how the discovery of the ring can be attributed to Sheikh Mohammed himself.
For further information please visit the official website at expo2020dubai.ae