Expo 2020 in Dubai
Expo 2020 Dubai is a 6-month event from 1 October to 31 March. Described as the world's biggest business promotion. Companies from 191 countries meet in Dubai to find solutions to the challenges the world is currently facing, promote the best from each country and establish new partnerships.
Denmark is represented with its pavilion at Expo 2020. The Danish Pavilion is placed in the mobility district at Expo 2020.
Several theme weeks have been arranged beforehand.
Magnus Kjøller Holding is a Danish investment company based in Dubai. Although we aren’t represented at the Danish pavilion our office will still be open to all companies visiting Dubai during Expo 2020 for talks about potential investment opportunities.
We are available to the press with information regarding our own company, Expo 2020 or general questions about Dubai. You may contact press officer Frederik Thomsen, who will either answer your inquiry personally or refer you to the relevant member of our team.
Where in Dubai is the Expo 2020 held?
The Expo 2020 area measures 4.38 square kilometres and is located in the Dubai South district which is in reach of both Dubai International Airport and Abu Dhabi International Airport. The site also has a metro station that can transport up to 44.000 passengers every hour.
Info about The Danish Pavillion
Denmark has its pavilion located in the Mobility District within the Expo 2020 site. Several theme weeks are pre-arranged. See the full programme here.
Expo 2020 and the Danish Pavilion are open as follow:
All weekdays from 10:00 AM to 00:00 AM
Weekdays and holidays from 10:00 AM to 02:00 AM
The pass prices for entering Expo 2020:
Single entry ticket: AED 95
Six-month entry ticket: AED 495
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25 million visitors are expected to visit Expo 2020, making it the world’s 3rd largest event, surpassed by the Olympic Games and football World Cup.
• What are the construction costs?
The cost of constructing the expo site and related infrastructure is estimated to be US$6.9 billion. The construction and real estate sector will also benefit from a massive expansion in Dubai's hotel capacity that is required to accommodate the 25 million expected visitors.
• What's the size of the Expo 2020 area?
The site measures an impressive size of 4.38 square kilometres with different districts, sightseeing, metro stations and everything between.
• How many Danish companies will attend?
Around 2000 Danish businesses are participating at Expo 2020. Among them is Replant Art, which is one of our portfolio companies that produces and sells unique wooden wall art. Replant Art will attend Expo 2020 in the first theme week focusing on design.
• How many visitors and what countries will they travel from?
It’s expected a mind blowing number of 25 million people will attend, about 70% of them will come from outside the UAE.
• What are the Expo 2020 themes?
Expo 2020 will have three sub-themes:
Opportunity - reflecting the necessity of financial capital as a resource to support growth
Mobility - physical mobility for individuals, access and distribution of goods and services
Sustainability - the need to use resources without compromising the ability of the planet to sustain future generations
• How many pavilions?
There's gonna be a total of 200 pavilions at Expo 2020. 191 of them will be represented by participating nations.