Veronafiere: safe restart in September

Veronafiere: trade fairs, congresses and events will resume safely in September, responding to the needs of companies and markets.

The restart is envisaged in the latest safety protocols validated by the Technical-Scientific Committee (CTS) as defined in the Ministerial Decree DPCM dated 7 August 2020.

Veronafiere – together with Aefi, the Italian trade fair association, and other players in the sector in Italy – has defined a regulatory protocol (in compliance with guidelines for resuming economic and production activities issued by the Conference of Regions and Self-Governing Provinces) designed to provide organisational and operational indications to increase the effectiveness of the precautionary containment measures adopted to combat the COVID-19 epidemic during shows and events.

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The use of PPE, social distancing, medical facilities, regular cleaning and sanitation of venues (redesigned and optimised for the occasion in accordance with regulations), appropriate information signs, a well-organised and efficient emergency plan, training for personnel in contact with the public and health control at entrances are just some of the initiatives designed to ensure total safety of the exhibition centre and its premises.

These essential rules confirm the safety levels that Veronafiere has always ensured during all stages of its exhibitions and events (set-up – show days – dismantling).

In addition to these measures, Veronafiere has decided to ensure maximum hygiene and respect for distancing by sanitising all facilities on the eve of events, installing thermo-scanners at entrance turnstiles and crowd monitoring with cameras. Lastly, info and services points will be set up for all events with an isolation room specifically for any persons presenting symptoms of COVID-19.

Access and contacts during trade fairs are also envisaged in “contactless” mode thanks to event apps which allow entrance to shows using a QRcode, swapping virtual business cards, the geo-located map and reservations at the restaurants inside the exhibition centre. Events scheduled in the second half of the year will consequently and primarily focus on health safety for employees, exhibitors and visitors and growing integration between essential physical approaches and digital models.

 

VERONAFIERE PROGRAM – SECOND HALF 2020    

     

EVENTS IN ITALY DATES TYPE
Automotive Dealer Day – Digital edition 16-17 September Digital edition
Sol d’Oro Southern Hemisphere 17-20 September Physical edition
Marmomac Restart – Digital Event 30 September – 2 October Digital edition
Oil&NonOil 21-23 October Physical edition
Innovabiomed 26-27 October Physical edition
Fieracavalli 5-8 and 13-15 November Physical and digital edition
Festival of the Future 19-21 November Physical edition
Operawine 21 November Physical and digital edition
wine2wine Exhibition: 22-24 November Physical and digital edition
wine2wine Forum 23-24 November Physical and digital edition
B/Open 23-24 November Physical and digital edition
Job & Orienta – Digital edition 25-27 November Digital edition
Veronafil 27-29 November Physical edition
Verona Mineral Show Geo Shop: 27-29 November Physical edition
ArtVerona: 11-13 December Physical edition

 

EVENTS ABROAD DATES TYPE
Vinitaly China Road Show – Shanghai, Xiamen, Chengdu 14-18 September Physical edition
Vinitaly International Academy – Detroit, USA 19-23 September Digital edition
Living [email protected] Beijing 23-26 September Physical edition
Vinitaly International Russia – Moscow 26 October Digital edition
Vinitaly International Russia – St. Petersburg 28 October Digital edition
Vinitaly International Hong Kong 5-7 November Physical edition
Wine to Asia: 9-11 November Physical edition
Living [email protected] Shanghai 26-29 November Physical edition
Bellavita Expo Mexico City 2-4 December Physical edition
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