A trip to explore the companies included in the “establishment” portfolio

The "Dubai Government Investments" pavilion at "Expo 2020" .. a place to relax

The institution's experience at the exhibition tells its story through sensory spaces that integrate natural elements with technology.

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The Investment Corporation of Dubai is participating in Expo 2020 Dubai through an exceptional and enriching experience designed and built by Alec Fitout and design partners Ikaria Atelier and LMS.

According to a statement issued yesterday, the pavilion is divided into eight bases punctuated by seats and spaces made of natural materials for relaxation, and the design of the pavilion aims to provide an outlet for comfort away from the noise and crowds, at the site of the international event, which will start next October.

Visitors to the pavilion will go on a trip to explore the companies included in the corporation's portfolio, which are Kerzner, DMCC, Emirates Global Aluminium, Dubal Holding, Link Pay Elek, Emirates and Dubai Global Connect.

Upon entering the pavilion, visitors will tour the world of the Investment Corporation of Dubai, in an immersive and comfortable experience spread over an area of ​​1,350 square meters of excellence, commitment, sustainability, integrity and respect.

The Dubai Investments Corporation's experience in the "Expo" can accommodate up to 189 visitors per trip.

Duraid Zaghouani, Chief Operating Officer of Investment Corporation of Dubai, said, "Dubai is the first city to host the World Expo in the Middle East, and we are pleased to participate and review the best that the emirate has to offer," noting that "this includes Investment Corporation of Dubai for government and companies. Its subsidiary, which has become a well-known name not only here in its home country, but also around the world.”

He added that "the experience of the Investment Corporation of Dubai in the (Expo Dubai), tells the story of the institution through sensory spaces, which integrate natural elements with smart technology without any trouble."

Zaghouani explained that "bamboo sticks were used in the construction of the external structure, which radiates light and movement, which attracts visitors to enter through a waterfall of visual and audio effects, showing the institutional identity of the institution."

He continued: "Behind the waterfall, the visitor receives high walls that guide him across the pavilion, through twigs, twisting branches and winding grassy slopes."

• The institution's experience in the "Expo" can accommodate 189 visitors per trip.

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