What Is a World Expo?
Global event that aims at connecting nations is the World Expo. A platform where every country can display its latest innovations and inventions.
Participates in a World Expo?
How Many World Expos had Took Place since?
34 World Expos have taken place in various countries all over the world, such as:
USA & Canada:
Asia & Australia Expos:
Dubai World Expo October 2020
Dubai will showcase the World’s Greatest Show; Expo 2020 Dubai will be celebrated for human brilliance and achievement from all around the world. Providing opportunities for participants to get connected from different corners of the world to explore Culture, Geography, Art, technology, Science, innovation. This could set into motion with millions of new thoughts and ideas. Throughout its history, the UAE had proved itself to the world what is possible through its remarkable development. Expo 2020 in Dubai will take a step further in inspiring the next generation to spark innovation of the world that will underline the next 45 years of human progress. Dubai Expo 2020 will be presenting UAE Vision 2021 with supporting growth of its tourism, stimulating the development of innovative businesses in the UAE, and enhancing its international reputation as location for business. World Expo is known as mega international event in terms of size, scale, and duration and number of attenders. It could be considered as a festival or platform where people from all countries come together and connect with each other for sharing their ideas to learn and innovate. It’s also a place you can come and have fun.
How Dubai won the Bid for Expo 2020
The World Expo 2020 buzz felt across the city was heightened in Paris, where the obviously emotional UAE contingent celebrated its hard work leading up to the announcement. The tally was overwhelmingly in favour of the dynamic city and its people, who have shown that nothing is impossible, and where dreams are turned into reality through enterprise and passion. Dubai’s tally of 116 out of 163 votes put Russia’s Yekaterinburg in the shade and there was not a moment to lose as the Burj Khalifa came to life with fireworks and residents rejoiced as the winner was announced. The President, His Highness Shaikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, congratulated His Highness Shaikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice-President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, on the win and said: “Our joy in the UAE was doubled by the win as it coincides with the celebrations of the 42nd National Day.”