Dubai-based Danube Group has given away free tickets to Expo 2020 Dubai to all of its employees to visit and explore the world’s greatest show.
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07 November 2021, 12:00 AM
30 November 2021, 12:00 AM
Danube group employs 2,500 workers of various nationalities across its different verticals including construction, real estate, retail, healthcare, hospitality and media sectors.
All 2,500 staffs are being given free tickets to visit and explore the world's greatest show.
“Employees can explore the best of art, architecture, science and culture of over 190 countries and see their favourite countries, discover new cuisines, and experience the world, all at one place. We wanted our staff to experience all of this extravaganza at Expo 2020,” said Anis Sajan, vice-chairman of Danube Group.
The group also provides transportation to and from Expo 2020 for the blue-collar workers employed by the group.
The six-month-long mega event began on October 1, 2021, and will end on March 31, 2022, attracting millions of visitors from across the globe. Expo 2020 Dubai recorded more than two million visits in October, covering 185 different nationalities.