August 5, 2022

Expo 2020

Journey of the Expo 2020 Dubai – an insightful summary by Meltwater

The Expo 2020 Dubai comes to an end, marking a memorable experience for not just the residents of the UAE, but visitors from around the world – including political leaders, heads of states, royal family members, and global celebrities. The first World Expo of the Middle East, North Africa, and South Asia (MENASA) region has

UAE’s SME sector playing critical role in achieving economic growth

Small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in the UAE have taken on a critical and highly essential role in the move towards achieving economic growth and diversity as they represent more than 94% of the total number of companies operating in the country–ably provide jobs to more than 86% of the private sector’s workforce. SMEs in

USAID to visit Colombia Pavilion at EXPO 2020

The United States Agency for International Development (USAID), through its Producers to Market Alliance program, visited the Colombia pavilion at the EXPO 2020 Dubai to explore various partnership opportunities and facilitate Colombia’s market exposure. USAID is the world’s premier international development agency and functions as a catalyst for driving global development. Through its Producers to

Café de Colombia is set to entice visitors at Dubai Expo 2020

Fifteen Colombian coffee exporters in search of new businesses and customers of international stature are hosting a coffee tasting session at Expo 2020 Dubai to introduce their products to the event’s global visitors. The activity kicked off on February 22, 2022 and will run until February 26, 2022. To attract more visitors to the exciting

Colombia brings forward one of its best-selling destinations for health

Colombia Pavilion offers Expo 2020 tourists a glimpse of its famous Risaralda region. South American nation brings forward one of its best-selling destinations for health, eco-tourism, and biodiversity. The Colombia Pavilion has centered the spotlight to Risaralda, one of the four areas in Colombia that make up its Coffee Cultural Landscape area designated by UNESCO