June 3, 2023

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In Dubai, Cartier will attract the attention of women

Ahead of Expo 2020 Dubai, the watchmaker and jeweler will unveil a women’s pavilion.

Incredible, but true: Expo 2020 Dubai is the first global exhibition to feature a separate pavilion dedicated to women since the 1900s. Without gender equality and women’s empowerment, global sustainable development goals cannot be achieved. With exhibition “New Perspectives”, Expo 2020 from October 1, 2021 to March 31, 2022 presents the significant contribution of women to the Cartier Pavilion community in Dubai.

This unique exhibition will invite visitors, both unknown and unknown, to recognize the important role that women have played throughout history, to this day: when women thrive and fulfill themselves, humanity thrives on everything. It highlights the contribution of women to the advancement of societies and the challenges they still face, especially as the world is guided by the COVID-19 epidemic and works for a more sustainable future. This pavilion will raise awareness by showcasing women and men who contribute to women’s power and gender equality, encouraging audiences of all ages to become agents of change within and within their own communities.
“At Cartier, we believe that women’s empowerment has many times the effect. Cyril Vigneron, President and CEO of Cartier International, explains. It helps to stimulate economic growth and development and benefits communities and humanity as a whole. As gender inequality continues to affect the lives of women, it is necessary to demonstrate solidarity and solidarity in order to promote women’s empowerment. It is an honor for us to strengthen our long-standing support for women who make a difference by collaborating with Expo 2020 Dubai and providing a women’s pavilion for genuine international visitors. More than ever, we are committed to sharing our vision for the future where there will be ways for all women to realize their full potential and a society that includes generations. “