On 31 March, the Expo 2020 Dubai will come to an end after 6 months. One of the most talked about pavilions is certainly the Luxembourg Pavilion, not only for its stunning architecture which includes a slide, but also its unique scenography highlighting Luxembourg’s diversity, its sustainable goals and its enterprising spirit.
Due to the travel restrictions many of you might not have had the chance to visit, and with the EXPO next visiting Japan, our Japanese Chamber colleagues the BLCCJ, together with the Luxembourg Embassy and Luxembourg Trade and Investment Office Tokyo, gladly invite you to a live tour!
During their online event Luxembourg Pavilion Director Daniel Sahr will give us a peak into the ongoings at the Expo and inside the Pavilion, while sharing some history, stories and answering your questions. Afterwards Steven Koener, Senior Advisor International Affairs at the Luxembourg Chamber of Commerce, will talk about the economic programming at the Expo, the missions, bilateral trade and promotion schemes that are involved.
By using the Zoom Meeting platform we hope to make this an interactive session allowing you to ask questions while visiting the Expo from behind your desk!
Monday 28 March
16:00-16:45 Hong Kong time / 12:00-12:45 Dubai time / 10:00-10:45 Belgian-Luxembourg time
Presentations + Q&A in English
If you are interested, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
This event will be conducted via Zoom Meeting. If your registration is accepted, you will receive an email with a Zoom invitation link and passcode on the day itself.
We hope to welcome many of you at this exciting look behind the scenes!
PS: on 23 March we already have a talk with the Directors of the Belgian and Luxembourgish Pavilions, Myriam Cops & Daniel Sahr, click here for more information and ways to register.