Expo Dubai Published on 03/23/2021
In addition, it will take to the event, the technological and innovation scenario underway in the country to achieve sustainability goals and economic and social advances
Brazil will present its credentials as one of the main international actors in the development of space technologies
President Jair Bolsonaro and ministers discussed Brazil's participation in the event on Wednesday (17). - Photo: Marcos Corrêa / PR
The Dubai Expo, postponed in 2020 due to Covid-19, is scheduled to take place between October 1, 2021 and March 31, 2022. The global event is an important platform for promoting Brazil's image, covering multiple topics of national interest , such as agribusiness, culture, e-commerce, innovation, technology and tourism. In total, 25 million visitors are expected.
The Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovations (MCTI) is expected to participate, in principle, in two weeks, at the Brazilian Pavilion. In the first, on the theme of Space, from October 17 to 23, 2021, it will show the country as one of the main international actors in the development of space technologies and indicate the opportunities for investors and companies to use the commercial facilities present in the country.
In the second week, the portfolio should address the scientific, technological and innovation development underway in Brazil to achieve sustainability goals and economic and social advances.
The Brazilian Export and Investment Promotion Agency (Apex-Brasil) is responsible for the construction, operation and programming of the Brazilian participation in Expo Dubai.
The theme of Expo Dubai will be “Connecting Minds, Creating the Future”, with three sub-themes: opportunity, mobility and sustainability. The subtopic of Brazilian participation in the exhibition will be sustainability, with a focus on Brazil as a global player in this area, reaffirming the importance of Brazilian diversity and its unique position as an agricultural power and with immense industrial and technological potential.
Dates and schedules are subject to change because of the health crisis that is plaguing the world.
With information from the Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovations