Expo 2020 Dubai – Organising an International Event during a Pandemic
On 23 March, the BeLux Chambers in Asia Collective presents its next High Caliber Speaker web talk. This time featuring two speakers providing our guests insights in how one goes about postponing an enormous event like the Dubai Expo 2020!
The Directors of the Belgian & Luxembourg Pavilions Myriam Cops (BE) and Daniel Sahr (LUX) join us from Dubai as the Expo draws to a close, talking to our guests about questions such as:
- how does one postpone such a massive event & keep morale high?
- what is it like to organize national pavilions during a World Expo?
- how did the cultural differences affect the organization?
- as Myriam was involved in the previous World Expo in Shanghai as well, how was this World Expo different?
- what learnings, tips & tricks can our speakers share with our guests from their experience?
- what is next for our 2 speakers?
Myriam is an enthusiastic person who combines a creative mind with a pragmatic and professional attitude. She has extensive international experience, e.g. as Director of the Belgium Pavilion in Shanghai in 2010 and General Manager of BenCham in Shanghai.
Myriam has great management and event planning experience and in-depth knowledge of international business culture.
As an International Business Developer, Advisor and Project Manager, Daniel worked for various industries on a local, regional or global scale.
He’s highly skilled in International Relations & Foreign Trade, Business Planning & Corporate Strategy, Marketing Management, Innovation and International Project Management, with a specific passion for World Expo’s. He understands how to build teams who are thriving to deliver the best visitor or customer experiences.
Wednesday 23 March 2022
18:00-19:30 Japan time / 10:00-11:30 Belgian-Luxembourg time
Free of charge
If you are interested, please send an email to email@example.com by Wednesday 23 March noon JST, and we will confirm your registration.
If your registration is accepted, you will receive an email with a Zoom invitation link and passcode on the day of the event.
Looking forward to seeing many of you attending this inter-Asian Chambers webinar!
The BLCCJ office