In 2013 Dubai was granted the right to host the Expo 2020, which is the first time that an Expo has been held in the Middle East, Africa, and South Asia, a city that considers itself a global destination for various countries and has the ability to shape the future and develop technology rapidly. It was postponed for a year due to the spread of the Covid-19 pandemic, which started a month ago and is expected to receive more than 25 million visitors from different countries of the world for a period of 182 days, and more than 70% of the visitors will be from outside the UAE, in this article we will look at this event world great:
What is Dubai Expo 2020?
Expo 2020 Dubai is the largest global exhibition hosted by Dubai and will provide a global experience in culture, science, technology, innovation and brilliance. This global event includes 190 pavilions from different countries, and extends over an area of 4.38 km near Al Maktoum International Airport.
In addition, the theme of this embodied exhibition entitled Connecting Minds and Creating the Future aims to create a source of inspiration for the world with its impact through three sub-themes as sustainability, mobility and opportunity.
What does Expo 2020 Dubai include?
More than 60 shows will be held daily at Expo 2020 Dubai, with more than 190 pavilions for different countries and more than 200 restaurants at this global event, and represents an unprecedented opportunity for companies of all sizes, from various sectors and from all over the world to meet and drive the growth of the economy. The global market is moving forward as it opens new markets for many countries, and for all entrepreneurs and investors who are looking for an opportunity to start, as the experience of the next six months will be a beacon and hope for strengthening the global business community after what it witnessed during the restrictions and closures during the spread of the Covid-19 crisis.
How will Expo 2020 Dubai affect the food and beverage sector?
Dubai is home to various international nationalities, and therefore there are many food tastes that represent a major factor in the growth of this sector, so Expo Dubai 2020 will undoubtedly have a significant impact on the food and beverage industry, as the United Arab Emirates is expected to receive more than 25 million visitors to this exhibition. which lasts for six months.
This, in turn, will encourage more diversity in the international kitchen offerings in Dubai, and will provide opportunities for growth like never before, and will contribute to attracting more leading talents in the field of food and beverages from all over the world who are passionate about participating and making an impact in Expo. Dubai 2020, and the Dubai Expo is expected to boost demand for food and beverages by 10%.