EXPO 2017 ASTANÁ Nuestro país presenta un pabellón correcto, de estilo sobrio y 680 m2, un tamaño considerable respecto al promedio general de la Expo. Siendo uno de los dos pabellones de América [...]
Changes happen increasingly fast while offering us new opportunities.
The new economy resides in competing for knowledge and intelligence.
The country has a wide experience in organizing fairs ans exhibitions, and its cultural, scientific, and technological richness is well-known arouns the globe.
(…) The creative industry field, where Argentina has been playing and outstanding role worldwide for many years now, presents us with the challenge to becomes the first Latin American venue for such a remarkable event. The key challenge to deploy in Buenos Aires 2023 is getting adapted to new realities for those leading the twenty-first-century paradigm, taking the change from the industrial era to the digital era by combining technology efficiency with interpersonal warmth, and by focusing human development towards a true digital convergence. (…)
(…) Count on Argentina to host the Expo successfully.
It´s Argentina´s largest urban conglomeration and one of the most populated South American cities. Buenos Aires is a cosmopolitan and vibrant city, rich in cultural diversity.
Over 10 million tourists visit Buenos Aires yearly.
Venue of International events. 7th place in the world ranking of ICCA (International Congress and Convention Association).
It is part of the Creatives Cities Network (UNESCO).
Located in the border of the Autonomous City of Buenos Aires and its Metropolitan Area.
It is already being used as a venue that receives over 4 million visitors annually.
Expo 2023 Argentina focuses on the creative industries as a theme for its development, as so many events in the world. Find out about the upcomings looking at our calendar.
The BIE is the Intergovernmental Organization in charge of supervising and regulating all international exhibitions that last more than three weeks and are non-commercial in nature.