Emirates NBD, a leading banking group in the MENAT (Middle East, North Africa and Turkey) region, will be hosting a new and exciting activation at Expo 2020 Dubai, on the occasion of Valentines Day, called Love vs Money. The age-old debate of matters of the heart versus matters of the wallet has never been an easy one to resolve. Emirates NBD is using Valentines Day as an opportunity to bring new voices to the eternal debate, with the help of leading influencers from UAE who will be debating it out - one standing up for love and the other for money.
In the Love vs Money war of words moderated by television presenter and beauty-lifestyle blogger Aishwarya Ajit, leading entrepreneur Paria Gorashi will be representing money, while the decision of who should represent love, will be left in the hands of the public. Using the power of their votes they will select one of three influencers they believe would best represent love in the debate - well-known serial entrepreneur Dr. Sarah Madani, licensed clinical psychologist Pacale E. Nakhl and Emirati female racing driver Amna Alqobaisi. Viewers can vote for their favourite influencer, who they would like to see up against Paria in the final V-day debate, starting 10 February on Emirates NBDs Facebook and Instagram pages.
The final debate will take place at the Opportunity Forum stage at Expo 2020 Dubai between 4.00 pm and 5.00 pm on February 14 and will also be live streamed and broadcast across Emirates NBDs social platforms. Head to Expo 2020 Dubai or tune in to Emirates NBDs social platforms to find out who emerges victorious in the battle of Love vs Money.
As a Premier Partner and the Official Banking Partner of Expo 2020 Dubai, Emirates NBD Group, unveiled its pioneering vision for the future of global banking at Expo 2020 Dubai. Supporting Expo 2020 Dubais theme Connecting Minds, Creating the Future and subthemes Opportunity, Mobility and Sustainability, Emirates NBDs Expo 'Future Banking' space continues to be a huge draw for millions of residents and international visitors.