Tuesday, August 16, 2022

Asia & Middle East

Butterfly wings

David Lopes, Manager and President of AEON TOPVALU - Japan

A jewel in the desert

In the last issue of PRÉMIO, we highlighted one of the world events that will mark the year 2021: Expo 2020 Dubai. This exhibition will take place in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, between October 1, 2021, and March 31, 2022. Portugal will be represented under the theme “A World in a Country” with its pavilion and many outstanding events. To get the most of your stay, here we offer some suggestions to visit, enjoy and relax in the largest city in the United Arab Emirates.

The World in question

David Azevedo Lopes, President AEON Japan

Portugal rediscovered by the World

“The World in a Country” is the theme of Portugal’s participation in Expo 2020 Dubai, starting in October 2020 and with a duration of six months. The Portugal pavilion is almost built and is integrated into the Sustainability area, one of the sub-themes of the world exhibition.

Macau: challenges and opportunities

Carlos Álvares, CEO of Banco Nacional Ultramarino

Hit the ground running!

Cristina Ramos, Communication Consultant

Follow the money!

António Bilrero, Prémio

Me or Us and the “History” of Tomorrow

Carlos Barroca, Associate Vice President Basketball Operations, NBA Asia

Game changer?

Cristina Ramos, Communication Consultant

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