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Germany Reopens to Trade Shows, Koelnmesse Moving Forward
As COVID-19 continues to turn the world upside down Germany's federal government and states just announced that B2B trade shows may resume as early as June.
No longer lump summed under mass gatherings such as Octoberfest, sporting events or pop concerts where physical distancing is not possible, B2B trade shows have received a green light. The reopening will be solely under the authority of the respective regional state governments and incumbent of the implementation of special health and safety measures.
Koelnmesse's special task force has been working on a comprehensive action plan to meet all special requirements issued by the federal, state and the local governments but most importantly, to keep all exhibitors, visitors, partners and colleagues safe while connecting international buyers and suppliers.
Koelnmesse will share any developing news, show format changes and special measures while looking with great optimism to September and October when they will do heir part to re-energize much needed international trade and contribute to the global economic recovery with spoga+gafa, spoga horse, Kind & Jugend, Organtec, Yummex and other top Koelnmesse fall events.