Engro partners with Pakistan Pavilion to project opportunities at Dubai Expo 2020

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Sep 29, 2021: Engro Corporation, Pakistan's premier conglomerate, has announced its partnership with Pakistan Pavilion at Dubai Expo-2020 to project the immense opportunities for investment in different sectors and to highlight tourism avenues in the country.

Dubai Expo 2020 will be organized from October 1, 2021 to March 31, 2022. More than 25 million visitors are expected to attend the global event with 192 participating countries, said Engro release on Wednesday.

Developed on the theme of “The Hidden Treasure”, this is the largest-ever pavilion of Pakistan set up outside the country. It will showcase the country’s vast potential in tourism, business, culture, and entertainment, through digitally engaging and inspiring experiences. The event will also feature a series of workshops, conferences and fireside chats to highlight various opportunities in Pakistan.

As part of the programme for people and planet, Engro will also participate in the 10 themed weeks to explore humanity’s most critical challenges and opportunities through new cultural, social, environmental, and economic perspectives.

Engro Polymer and Chemicals will participate in the urban and rural development week (in November 2021), while Engro Energy and Engro Fertilizers will be part of global goals ( in January 2022), and agriculture and livestock development (in February 2022) weeks, respectively.

President and CEO of Engro Corporation, Ghias Khan said as a home-grown conglomerate, Engro had always believed in the tremendous potential offered by Pakistan in commerce, investment, tourism and culture.

“ We are extremely excited to partner with Pakistan Pavilion at Dubai Expo-2020 and support the Government of Pakistan to fulfill its vision of celebrating the country’s progressiveness and diversity on the global stage,” he said.


Posted on: 2021-09-29T16:04:21+05:00



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