Welcome Message from the CEO/ Founder of Realopedia

The Realopedia eMagazine focus for 2021 will be the United Arab Emirates and our cover story during the year will feature the 7 Emirates as we build the momentum leading to Expo 2021.

Dubai Expo 2021 is a six-month event and is set to open October 2021. A global destination for market leaders, governments, non-governmental organizations, and other stakeholders to share ideas, showcase innovation, and encourage collaboration. As of December 2018, 190 countries have confirmed to participate.

This is the first time that the Expo will be held in the Middle East, Africa, or South Asia. The grand-scale international event will further open Dubai to the world stage, allowing it to showcase the advantages of living and working in the city and will attract more potential international investors to Dubai’s real estate market.

We look forward to this exciting year and to welcoming you all to Dubai, the city of opportunities.

Warm regards,

Laura Choueri

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