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Rosterfy partners with the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade at Dubai 2020
Rosterfy announces their partnership with Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade at Dubai 2020.
Workforce technology company Rosterfy will be working alongside the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) at the 2020 World Expo in Dubai, the world’s leading trade expos.
More than 25 million people from 180 countries will visit Expo 2020 Dubai, the first-ever World Expo to be hosted in the Middle East and the largest event of its kind in the world.
In an acknowledgment of Rosterfy’s innovative approach and recent successes in delivering workforce management solutions globally, the business, which was established in Australia, will have a presence at the Australian pavilion as part of the six-month-long event, alongside the DFAT.
“We are already proud to be working with the World Expo, so it makes sense to extend our presence further with the Australian Government and the Department of Foreign Affairs & Trade,” said Gove.
With a theme of ‘Connecting Minds, Creating the Future’, UAE2020 will focus on sustainability, mobility, and opportunity – a trio of themes that Gove said were; “Perfectly aligned to Rosterfy's core business values. Working alongside the Australian Government will put us in good stead to connect with other government partners, and hopefully work with them in the future,” said Gove.
Since being founded in 2015, Rosterfy has provided many of the world’s biggest events with workforce solutions such as Atlanta Super Bowl LIII, London Marathon and both the Cricket and Netball World Cup 2019.
Confirming Australia’s presence at UAE2020 last year, then-minister for Foreign Affairs, the Hon Julie Bishop MP, said the UAE would invest more than USD $9.4 billion in Expo 2020.
“We look forward to promoting Australia on the world stage at Dubai Expo 2020. We will work to make the most of this opportunity to promote trade and two-way investment and to help Australian companies capitalize on opportunities in the UAE and the region more broadly,” she said.