CIMT Beijing 2021 - demonstration of the exposition realization abroad under the baton of the covid-19 restriction
Will such a large event with around 200,000 people take place? Will companies be willing to overcome the organizational and operational limitations of covid-19? What will the fair look like when foreign participants have to go to the mandatory 21-day quarantine ?! And how do we actually do it under these conditions…?
Upevnění kontaktů se stávajícími zákazníky, nové obchodní příležitosti a fyzická prezentace firmy a produktů. To jsou tři nejčastější důvody, proč se vystavovatelé účastní veletrhů. Vyplývá to z průzkumu, který realizovala společnost Veletrhy Brno v březnu 2021. Do průzkumu se zapojilo 768 vystavovatelských firem z České republiky, Slovenska a dalšího zahraničí. Cílem průzkumu bylo odpovědět na otázku, jaký potenciál budou mít veletrhy v postkovidové době.
Due to current changes in the calendar of events planned for the second half of the year, the International Security Fairs IDET/PYROS/ISET are have been moved to a new date on 6–8 October, 2021.
The sixteenth season of the WOODTEC fair, which was scheduled to take place at the Brno Exhibition Centre on October 21 to 23, 2020, will not take place this year. The decision to cancel the fair was taken in agreement between BVV Trade Fairs Brno and the Union of Manufacturers and Importers of Woodworking Machinery and Equipment. The main reason for the cancellation of WOODTEC and its postponing to the next year is the persisting uncertainty in the development of the COVID-19 pandemic and related government measures of the Ministry of Health of the Czech Republic, which do not allow to organize a trade fair with daily attendance of 3 to 5 thousand visitors.
Due to the COVID situation, the traditional Brno International Engineering Fair, scheduled for October 5 – 9, held regularly since 1959 at the Brno Exhibition Center, in the Czech Republic has been canceled. The decision was taken the Board of Directors of Veletrhy Brno (BVV Trade Fairs Brno Co.) on June 25, 2020, on the basis of a thorough consideration of all factors and risks associated with the holding of the fair, including an evaluation of the current health rules for trade fairs and mass events. This breaks the long uninterrupted tradition of the fair, which in the last decade has become the leading industrial fair of Central Europe. “The MSV fair has never been canceled. But we had to end the lingering uncertainty surrounding its holding. It was the most difficult decision I ever had to make. After cancellation of AMB Stuttgart, the MSV is another COVID victim among leading European shows," announced Mr. Jiří Kuliš, CEO of BVV Trade Fairs Brno.