ServeU, along with its subcontracting partners Talents UAE, Big Fish, and Beyond limits, will be responsible for providing overall HR and staffing services, including Pavilion and guide management, cleaning, security, administration, and logistics
ServeU, a subsidiary company of Union Properties, has been awarded the Human Resources (HR) and staffing services contract for the United Kingdom’s pavilion at Expo 2020 Dubai. The UK Department has been awarded the contract for the Pavilion for International Trade.
As part of the collaboration, ServeU, along with its subcontracting partners Talents UAE, Big Fish, and Beyond limits, will be responsible for providing overall HR and staffing services, including Pavilion and guide management, cleaning, security, administration, and logistics.
Services will be provided to the UK’s Department for International Trade and supporting government departments who will be participating in the showpiece event starting this October.
Gary Reader, general manager, ServeU, said: “This opportunity to be part of the UK Pavilion for Dubai Expo 2020 is a pivotal achievement for ServeU. The HR and staffing services contract is of significant importance, particularly given hospitality is the essence of any World Expo. We look forward to drawing on our integrated Facilities Management experience, gathered over the last three decades, to deliver premium quality services for guests and visitors to the Pavilion.”
The stunning UK Pavilion, designed by brand experience specialists Avantgarde with British artist and designer Es Devlin, inspired by Prof Stephen Hawking’s ‘Breakthrough Message’. A must-see highlight of the Expo 2020 Dubai campus occupies a prime location in the Opportunity District, near the central Al Wasl Dome and Plaza.
Laura Faulkner OBE, UK Commissioner-General, said: “We are pleased to be working with ServeU to provide a world-class experience for visitors to the UK Pavilion as we show the best of the UK to the world in one place.”
Expo 2020 Dubai is projected to attract millions of visits over a period of six months, with 70% of visitors expected to come from outside the UAE.