WE ARE DEDICATED TO YOUR SAFETY

THE LATEST NEWS AS OF May 18, 2021

Trade fairs may be held once again in Bavaria no later than September 1 under a decision made on May 18 by the state’s Council of Ministers led by Bavarian Minister President Markus Söder. The main requirement for the resumption of trade fairs will be the continued positive development of COVID-19 infection rates. TrendSet will serve as a pilot trade fair when it is held in Munich from July 10 to 12. An elaborate infection-prevention and hygiene concept will be tested as part of the fair.

Klaus Dittrich, the Chairman and CEO of Messe München, said:
“The decision made on May 18, 2021, is a very encouraging and important signal for Messe München. It gives us the planning security we need for the trade fairs that we have scheduled for fall. With our infection-prevention and hygiene concept, we are prepared in the best-possible way for upcoming events that will use in-person or hybrid formats, including IAA MOBILITY, EXPO REAL, OutDoor by ISPO and productronica. We are also very encouraged by the lifting of travel restrictions and the rising rate of immunizations. The decision is also an important signal for the business community in the region. The trade-fair industry is one of the leading economic engines of Munich and Upper Bavaria. In particular, the activities of Messe München have a strong impact on the region’s economy and will turn the company into a key generator of momentum behind the economy’s fast recovery after the crisis.”

Information about changes in our trade fair portfolio due to the spread of the coronavirus can be found here:
THE LATEST INFORMATION ABOUT MESSE MÜNCHEN TRADE FAIRS IN MUNICH

Current information summarized for you

TRAVEL INFORMATION FOR EVENT PARTICIPANTS AS OF MAY 12, 2021

Business travelers with a compelling reason for travel such as trade fair or congress participation are exempt from the quarantine regulations and the ban on accommodation of the Free State of Bavaria. We are looking forward to your visit!

The following applies to international visitors: Trade fair participants can enter Germany from all countries, subject to defined entry regulations.

The current quarantine regulations of the Free State of Bavaria for travelers from risk areas apply exclusively to tourist travelers and NOT to business travelers whose trip is absolutely necessary for business purposes. Please take along a proof of your business trip which confirms the mandatory necessity of the business trip (e.g. ticket for participation in a trade fair, trade fair order for stand construction, etc.). https://www.stmgp.bayern.de/coronavirus/massnahmen/#risikogebiete_inland

We will keep you up to date on any changes concerning the quarantine obligation in Bavaria.

You can check at any time on the website of the Robert Koch Institute whether your departure area is currently classified as a risk area. If you are travelling within Germany, you can find out about any risk areas on the information page of the Bavarian State Government.

For information on any travel regulations in your home country regarding departure and especially return travel, please contact the responsible institutions in your country.

Accommodation:

The recently issued ban on accommodation by the Federal Government and the federal states for travelers from risk areas within Germany applies exclusively to tourist travelers and NOT to business travelers whose trip is absolutely necessary for business reasons. https://www.stmgp.bayern.de/coronavirus/massnahmen/#risikogebiete_inland

Before you start your journey, please contact your accommodation facility to find out what proof is required for the compelling necessity of the business trip (e.g. ticket for trade fair participation, trade fair order for stand construction, etc.).

WE ARE DEDICATED TO YOUR SAFETY

Essentially, it is based on three topics:

Safety and hygiene concept

So that you can participate in our trade fairs safely and successfully, we have implemented our protection and hygiene measures for you in the best possible way

THE MOST IMPORTANT INFORMATION SUMMARIZED FOR YOU:

The most important points include the general rule of 1.5 meters distance on the whole grounds. Where this distance cannot be maintained, and generally indoors, a mask is mandatory. The traceability of all participants is guaranteed by pre-registration and our admission system.

Further information can be found in our FAQs:

Further information about the safety and hygiene concept of the Bavarian state government.

Corona-Hotline

Exhibitors can call the Messe München hotline for further questions about the safety and hygiene concept.
The service times are as follows: Monday to Thursday 09:00 to 17:00 and Friday 09:00 to 16:00.

Please note that the situation is changing all the time. We will provide regular updates regarding all further developments and changes.