In keeping with its mandate to extend public consciousness in regards to the UAE’s bid to host the 2020 World Expo, the Expo workforce this week launched two outreach packages to encourage college students and educational school to take part on this vital nationwide marketing campaign.

The Expo workforce hosted an informational kiosk at “What Works” – a convention organised by Dubai’s Data and Human Growth Authority representing 500 educators from each non-public college throughout the emirate. Held at Zayed College, convention attendees discovered extra about World Expos and the way their college students can help the bid and be a part of this actually once-in-a-lifetime alternative.


The workforce additionally opened an Expo 2020 kiosk on the campus of Canadian College in Dubai to generate help for the bid and spotlight the numerous advantages the Expo can present college students, akin to elevated financial alternatives, a platform for brand new concepts and an opportunity to be taught first-hand about progressive options to the world’s largest challenges.

The Expo workforce inspired the tutorial neighborhood throughout the nation to hitch the marketing campaign, commenting that these ongoing outreach initiatives are key to elevating consciousness amongst college students and strengthening the UAE’s bid to welcome the world in 2020.

Dubai, UAE, is competing towards 4 different candidate cities bidding to host the 2020 World Expo, together with Ayutthaya (Thailand); Ekaterinburg (Russia); Izmir (Turkey); and Sao Paulo (Brazil).


The successful metropolis might be introduced in November 2013 following a vote by the 161 member nations of the Bureau Worldwide des Expositions – the worldwide organisation liable for overseeing the bidding, choice and organisation of World Expos.