Emirates offer for SMEs visiting Dubai Expo -The Asian Age

As Premier Partner and Official Airline of Expo 2020 Dubai, Emirates is enhancing the benefits for SMEs planning a visit to Dubai during Expo. As part of the offer, designed especially for SMEs, the airline is providing bonus Emirates Business Rewards Points to members of its corporate loyalty programme, applicable on flights to Dubai for the duration of the event.

For flights booked to Dubai by 15 November 2021, for travel until 31 March 2022, Emirates Business Rewards members will see their rewards balance grow faster by earning 25% additional Business Rewards Points on their trip. The offer will enable businesses to earn 1.25 Points for every US Dollar spent on inbound flights to Expo's host city.

Business Rewards Points can be redeemed to book flights and upgrades for eligible individuals from the registered organisation, including business owners, their employees, in addition to guests. Over 20,000 SMEs are currently enrolled in the Emirates Business Rewards programme. Besides SME members travelling to Dubai on Emirates for Expo 2020 will also enjoy privileges by the airline like free COVID-19 PCR test on arrival; Expo Day Pass; discounts and other benefits at over 500 retail outlets, restaurants,  amusement parks; free access to Dubai Frame, one of the main tourist attractions in the city among others.   

Expo 2020 Dubai is now open and entrepreneurs from all corners of the globe can take advantage of the opportunities made possible through the largest and most diverse World Expo to be ever held, with the rich line-up of events and match-making opportunities to grow their business, build and nurture their business networks, and expand their reach into new markets. Under the theme of "Connecting Minds, Creating the Future," Expo 2020 Dubai's vast offerings and rich programme aims to inspire people by showcasing the best examples of collaboration, innovation and cooperation from around the world, and bringing the best minds together to find solutions to key challenges in sustainability, mobility and opportunity. SMEs visiting the global event can tap into its tremendous potential for business opportunities,  This year over 190 countries are participating at the Expo 2020, which will be open for visitors until March 31, 2022.