In less than 100 days, Dubai is set to stage a global gathering of 192 nations where more than 25 million visitors will celebrate culture, ideas, knowledge and innovation exchanges, businesses partnerships and a new phase of economic recovery after Covid-19 pandemic.
With the launch ‘100 Days to Expo 2020’ campaign last week by His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Maktoum, Prime Minister of the UAE and Rule of Dubai, Samana Group is gearing up to capitalize on the massive Dh122.6 billion Expo 2020 opportunity. The mega event will be the first biggest event to be held in the Middle East, which means a lot to the UAE.
Imran Farooq, CEO of Samana Group of companies, said: “For us, Expo is ushering in Dubai’s renaissance. Our group is getting ready to capitalize on the huge Expo 2020 opportunity. Our 500 residential units at Samana Developers projects and 300 fully furnished-workspace will have a share of needs for international visitors and potential investors coming to Dubai. New entrepreneurs, SMEs and MNCs, who are planning to make Dubai their Middle East business hub, will benefit from our real estate assets.”
Expo 2020 Metro Station – Key to Economic Connectivity
Newly operational Expo 2020 Dubai Metro Station will facilitate a record 46,000 riders per hour. The station will mainly serve visitors to Expo 202, which will have three platforms. The eastern platform is linked to the Expo exhibition centre and conference halls. The western platform will lead visitors to the Expo Mall and Urban Complex. This station will also connect to Dubai’s airports and a bus service to Al Maktoum International Airport to ease the movement of riders between the two airports.
All Firsts at Expo 2020
Expo will have the world’s largest lift that can carry 160 people at a time. First Emirati opera featuring 100 musicians. New culinary flavours as 50-plus global cuisines will be featured at the show. Expo site’s 1,300 solar panels moving follows the direction of the sun. 60 live events will be every day.