The health and safety of all who participate at our event is our number one priority. In order to respond effectively to the situation we are experiencing, we are providing you the basic measures that we will have and the good practices that you should implement during your participation:
If you or someone from your staff has any viral symptoms such as cough, fever or sore throat, stay home and contact the doctor.
In addition, the exhibitor must train their staff on the risks and protection measures of COVID-19 before the event.
To avoid crowds at the event and speed up the entries, visitors and exhibitors must complete their registration, and that of their staff, on our website and print their badges. It will also be mandatory to answer the section related to the health monitoring of you and your personnel.
During build-up, in-show and break-down there will be safety protocols at the entrance of the venue, which includes temperature screening, and hand-sanitizer. Please follow the recommendations and instructions of the staff attending them. Anyone with a temperature above 37.5 °C or displaying symptoms of COVID-19 will not be permitted entry to the show.
Face coverings will be mandatory during build-up, in-show and break-down. Our exhibitors and their staff must wear facemasks and face shields to attend to visitors.
Consider a quick assembly design to have a build-up/break-down with fewer staff with open space and furniture that allows for safe distancing (1.5 m). Please consider technologies that allow remote connectivity for collaborators or clients who cannot attend.
Maintain physical distancing of at least a 1.5 meters between yourself and others at all times. Do not greet with kisses, handshake or hugs. Consider placing acrylic barriers on business tables, counters, product displays, etc. that promote safe distancing.
The organizing committee will do constant cleaning before and during the show: disinfection of all areas before starting the day's activities and cleaning of common areas every half hour. It will be the exhibitor's responsibility to constantly disinfect their booth and have a gel dispenser to offer before and after a visit.
Identify and follow the signage on the floor and throughout the event to regulate the flow of people in aisles for a safer experience. According to your booth design, it is recommended to mark on the floor every 1.5 m to guide the safe distancing and identify the routes attendees must take.
We will put up signage with the maximum capacities in our convivial zones. Our exhibitors must calculate how much staff and clients are allowed in their booth, based on the recommended physical distance (1.5 m) and visibly place the maximum capacity of attendees.
Only designated areas can be used to consume food, respecting the maximum number of people and stay only long enough to eat. Eating inside the booth is forbidden, exhibitor may provide attendees individually sealed snacks.
We are working to avoid physical contact, and we invite you to join this initiative. Use digital business cards to share your data, such as the LinkedIn QR code, use them as a tool to do networking during the event. Avoid handing out promotional items / product samples, instead provide electronic brochures about your products / services.
Follow the hygiene protocol at the show: Regularly wash your hands with soap and water or use the alcohol-based hand-sanitizers dispensers; cover your mouth and nose with your bent elbow or tissue when you cough or sneeze, and properly dispose your tissues.
Last update date February 9, 2021