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Expo City Dubai: After Expo 2020 Dubai, several of the event’s pavilions will be remodeled to accommodate local and international businesses, organizations and academic institutions at the legacy site. By September, approximately 3,000 employees are expected to work in offices located in Expo City Dubai.

Anchor tenants and new businesses that will set up operations at the site include DP World, Emirates Airline, Siemens Energy, Siemens Industrial, Terminus Group, NG, and Gratia Consultancy. Expo City Dubai offers a conducive free zone environment and digital platform to support these enterprises.

Expo 2020 Dubai’s legacy site has been designed as a model for sustainable urban planning, with 80 percent of the event’s infrastructure retained. It emphasizes commitment to environmentally friendly practices.

The former pavilions of Expo 2020 Dubai will now breathe new life into various purposes and actively contribute to the region’s continued growth and development.

Expo City Dubai: Emirates Pavilion

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The Emirates Group Innovation and Emerging Technologies Centre will transform the area into a specialized zone. Sir Tim Clark, president of Emirates Airline, clarified that this space would serve as a dedicated location for their innovation team. Additionally, it will function as a venue for hosting events and create a collaborative environment for global partners to work together on projects aligned with their aviation and travel vision.

Expo City Dubai aims to bring together various entities including Fortune 500 companies, entrepreneurs, small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), government bodies, educational institutions, and research centers. The goal is to foster collaboration and strengthen Dubai’s position as a global trade hub.

Manal AlBayat, Expo City Dubai’s chief engagement officer, emphasized the importance of organizations from different sectors and of all sizes joining forces to continue the legacy of Expo 2020 Dubai. The objective is to facilitate connections, inspire innovation, and support the growth aspirations of these diverse businesses.

A notable aspect of Expo City Dubai is its design as a “15-minute city,” ensuring that all amenities and attractions are conveniently located within a short 15-minute walking or cycling distance. This accessibility provides easy access for both residents and visitors.

Finland Pavilion

The FinGulf LLC will occupy the Finland Pavilion at Expo 2020 Dubai. Mika Puustinen, the manager of FinGulf LLC, stressed that sustainability and the circular economy were primary priorities of the Finland Pavilion during Expo 2020 Dubai. Their dedication to these ideals is made clear by extending the pavilion’s life cycle at Expo City Dubai. The pavilion and exhibition will continue to act as a platform for strengthening ties between the UAE, Finland, and other Nordic nations under the new organisation, FinGulf. They are also in a good position to provide something to the upcoming COP28 summit.

Australia Pavilion

At Expo City Dubai, the University of Wollongong will open its Data Science, Discovery, and Innovation Centre. The vice-chancellorand university president, Professor Patricia M. Davidson, is the director of this centre, which aims to strengthen Australia’s position in the field and develop beneficial possibilities for scholars, researchers, and business people. The university emphasises its conviction that data science has the ability to transform industries and enhance lives in a variety of ways by introducing the centre at Expo City Dubai. In order to spur significant improvements in the discipline, the centre will concentrate on collaborative and collegial research.