It's official, the World Exhibition Expo 2020 Dubai in which Monaco is participating, will run from October 1st, 2021 to March 31st, 2022.
Evaluating the unprecedented consequences of the health crisis on public health, on the economy and international travel restrictions, the postponement, which required two thirds of the votes, was approved by the majority of countries.
Faced with the spread of Covid-19 around the world, EXPO 2020 DUBAI steering committee, which met on Monday March 30th, recommends postponing the event by one year (...)
Albert CROESI, General Commissioner of Monaco Pavilion and leader of Monaco Inter Expo, wishes to inform all public and parapublic entities, as well as actors in the economic and cultural sectors of the Principality of Monaco, about the evolution of reflections which are carried out by the authorities of EXPO 2020 DUBAI jointly with the participating countries.
The second roundtable about the Monaco Pavilion at Expo 2020 Dubai was held on Monday 20 January. Albert Croesi, Managing Director of Monaco Inter Expo (MIE), presented the Monaco Pavilion to partners and stakeholders from the worlds of politics, the economy and culture who will go out to Dubai between 20 October 2020 and 10 April 2021. (...)
Monaco Inter Expo (MIE) signed this morning, in the Congress Center of the Industrial Union of Torino, a partnership with Exclusive Brands Torino* (EBT), and their participation at EXPO 2020 DUBAI as an Official Partner of the Pavilion.
The President of this network of companies of Excellence from the Piedmont region, Paolo Pininfarina, and the Deputy Commissioner General of Section Monaco, Alexandre Bocquillon, took place during an economic mission organised by Monaco Chamber of Commerce.
Wednesday October 15th 2019 marked the beginning of the construction phase for Monaco Pavilion at EXPO 2020 DUBAI. Until spring, a team of workers will be on site, day and night to build, from scratch, what will become Monaco Pavilion 360, “A World of Opportunities”. After spring, as the temperatures could reach up to 45 degrees, Monaco Pavilion teams will finalise the inside areas of the Pavilion such as the exhibition space, the main show room the shop and the restaurant.
WORK IN PROGRESS
On Wednesday 2 October 2019, Mr. Albert Croesi, Managing Director of Monaco Inter Expo (MIE) presented Monaco's 2020 Pavilion in Dubai to candidates who had applied to join his staff. (…) It was followed by individual interviews with the candidates. Other presentations of this type will be given until next spring (…). Anyone who is interested in this very special experience, which will take place from October 2020 to April 2021, can send their CV and a covering letter by e-mail to: . (...)
From April 29th to May 6th, Monaco Inter Expo, in charge of the participation of Monaco at EXPO 2020 DUBAI, and its team of scenographers, facts & fictions, flew to the Emirates for an International Participants Meeting and the discovery of the building site of EXPO. The huge construction site reflects the magnitude of this world event. From Al Wasl Plaza and Thematic Pavilions, to the 192 Country Pavilions across the site, there will be architecture for every taste and interest at Expo 2020.
On Wednesday 27 February, in the presence of H.S.H. Prince Albert II and Sheikh Abdallah Ben Zayed Al Nahhyan, the Pavilion that will showcase the Principality of Monaco at the next World Expo in Dubai in 2020 was presented by H.E. Ms. Mireille Pettiti, President of Monaco Inter Expo and Albert Croesi, General Commissioner of Monaco's Pavilion in Dubai. Monaco's Pavilion will be on the theme of "Monaco 360°, a World of Opportunities." It will occupy an area of 1,700 m2 and has been designed to surprise and fascinate visitors. It will be built by Olivier Deverini, in association with the OOS agency, and run by Facts & Fictions. (…)
Jean Castellini, Minister of Finance and Economy, gave a welcoming address to the 1,000 or so employees and guests who had gathered at the Grimaldi Forum for two days to celebrate the centenary of the Alcatel Lucent Enterprise (ALE). This anniversary was an opportunity for the Group's management to present a vision of an innovative, futuristic company for the next 100 years, in five key areas: the public sector, e-Transport, e-Education, e-Health and e-Hotels. (...)
On 21 December 2017, Monaco officially confirmed that it would participate in Expo 2020 Dubai. The participation contract was signed in Dubai by Albert Croesi, General Commissioner of the Monaco Pavilion, and Najeeb Mohammed Al-ali, Executive Director of the Expo 2020 Dubai Bureau. During the course of the six-month-long event, Monaco will present its strengths and status as a meeting point where ideas, people and technologies come together and connect. (...)