It is essential to believe that ” it a moment for the industry to reconnect and to share about the present and the future challenges.” And grow in terms of economic susceptibility.
Germany gave the green single to the country for the trade in the B2B sector.
Recent updates say, suggest it would be hard to promote it, keeping in mind the idea of social distancing due to the current pandemic situation. But with the hope to arise and still keep trying to continue their walk along the path is something that needs to be encouraged with equal zeal and enthusiasm so that trade and business keep flourishing as always.
Encouraging the new trend of social distancing, they might resume the unclassified gatherings on various social platforms. Duly opening the trade with the legal norms according to the regional state government while ensuring and pertaining all the safety measures encoded by the department of individual health.
Koelnmesse stated that it wouldn’t be easy to work on the comprehensive action plan and to meet all the terms and conditions issued by the federal, state, and local governments to keep everyone safe. Henceforth, a special task force has created to implement the idea to bring this notion into motion as quickly as it could be with all the necessary precautions. Looking forward to this ideology UFI, the global association of the exhibition industry also agreed to support the germans. As the statistics clearly state that the exhibition sectors also contribute to the GDP of the country. Thus, a clear signal has been provided to this country to undertake the ideas into the action plans ensuring all the social norms and conditions applied to the COVID-19 pandemic are intact so as the safety chain does not get broken.
Trade fair associations at the German, European and global levels are also campaigning in public and amongst political decision-makers for an early restart of trade fairs in Germany and worldwide. Together with the trade fair sector, they have developed the appropriate framework conditions and measures and introduced these to the public. The details of these conditions can be found here:
Koelnmesse trade fairs are affected outside Germany?
The following changes currently apply to our events outside Germany:
- EmTech ASIA in Singapore (originally 25. to 26.02.2020) will be postponed to 04.08. to 05.08.2020.
- MIECF in China (originally 26. to 28.03.2020) has been canceled.
- Interzum Guangzhou in China (originally 28. to 31.03.2020) will be postponed to 27. to 30.07.2020.
- ANUFOOD China 2020 (originally 15. to 17.04.2020) will be postponed to 2021; a new date will be announced.
- Wine & Gourmet Japan (originally 15. to 17.04.2020) has been postponed to 14. to 16.04.2021.
- ChemProTech India (originally 16. to 17.04.2020) has been postponed to 19.to 20.08.2020.
- FIT 0/16 und Pueri Expo in Brazil (originally 23. to 26.04.2020) is postponed to 04. to 07.08.2020.
- IDEM Singapore (originally 24. to 26.04.2020) is also not able to take place at the new date (19. to 21.06.2020). This year a digital solution is offered.
- THAIFEX – Anuga Asia in Thailand (originally 26. to 30.05.2020) is postponed to 22. to 26.09.2020.
- Interzum bogotá in Columbia (originally 26. to 29.05.2020) is postponed to 02. bis 05.02.2021
- Alimentec in Colombia (originally 09. to 12.06.2020) is postponed to 23. to 26. March 2021.
- ANUTEC – International FoodTec India and Annapoorna – ANUFOOD India in Mumbai (originally 23. to 25.09.2020) will be postponed to 26. to 28.11.2020.
- DAMA in Singapore (originally 09. to 10.10.2020) is postponed to 2022.
There are certified assurance ordered for the management of the order, yet the germans wish to constitute this plan into action by late September or by the starting of October. Hopefully, the miracles do happen, and the future still shines even in this coronavirus outbreak.