United Arab Emirates: The Dubai world expo is off to a great start, with Expo 2020 Dubai welcoming more than 2.3 million ticketed visits during the first month (official figures from Expo).
In this context, France is proud to announce that more than 315,000 visitors have visited the France Pavilion in the same period. The fast-queue system is working at its best and the waiting list never exceeds 10 minutes, in respect with the sanitary conditions taking place.
Guests can also enjoy for the month of November jam-packed Rural and Urban Development themed activities.
The France Pavilion is inviting guests to photo walks, masterclasses, projection of short films, panel discussions, and keynote speeches to celebrate Expo’s theme week. In addition, visitors can also expect the new temporary exhibition by Chalhoub Group, ‘French art de vivre, a dream to share’.
To know more and about the France Pavilion Rural and Urban Development week, please check the agenda here.
|03 November||16 :30-18 :15 :Photowalk around the France Pavilion||Esplanade|
|06 November||11 :00-12 :30 : Masterclass “Future mobilities”||Auditorium, Belvédère|
|12 :20-16 :30 : Projection of short films of Annecy Festival||Agora, Belvédère|
|14 :00-16 :15 : Panel discussions “Rethinking mobility”||Auditorium, Belvédère|
|16 :30-17 :30 : Keynote by Hervé Cohen, film-maker of Life Underground||Auditorium, Belvédère|
|08 November – 6 December||Temporary Exhibtion ‘French art de vivre, a dream to share’||France Pavilion|
Founded in January 2018, COFREX (French Exhibition Company) is a publicly owned simplified joint-stock company. Its creation was a turning point for French involvement at international events for the general public, as it was the first time that an expert body had been put together in this area. Its aim is to prepare, organise and oversee France’s participation in universal and international Exhibitions.
COFREX’s creation is part of a sustainable, long-term project to use the experience of previous Expos in order to perfectly and cost-effectively organise France’s involvement at World Expos and other international exhibitions. Its role falls under the rationale of partnership between public and private operators working to boost France’s image and international appeal.