Good Practice Guide: Addressing COVID-19 Requirements for Re-Opening Business Events

Building on the UFI’s “Global framework for reopening exhibitions and B2B trade events post the emergence from COVID-19” released on 5 May 2020, this joint AIPC – ICCA – UFI guidance aims to be another resource for the exhibition industry, combining as much emerging good practice among membership as possible. This guidance includes select good practice from other industries and organizations as well.

This guidance centers on the next phase, reopening for business, with the AIPC, ICCA and UFI joining forces to source and marshal good practice from around the world.

Collecting, collating and presenting good practice on how things might be done well is hence more important than ever, and having a practical resource to use as a basis is correspondingly valuable.

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