The principally-gambling Enada trade show, set for Rimini in Italy (September 21-23), has had a series of precautions put into place for visitors to the venue, the Rimini Expo Centre.
They include a new safe travel service for international travellers organised by the specialist Studio Arletti and Partners, reports organiser the Italian Exhibition Group.
IEG was the first in Italy to develop the Safe Business Protocol in April of last year and is now adding further elements to it ready for the Enada show. A "green pass" for entry into the exhibition halls will come into force from September.
The aim, says Corrado Peraboni, CEO of IEG, "is to guarantee our exhibitors and visitors that they will face Covid-free halls. The only thing that they will need to worry about, once inside, is doing business. Our multi-national exhibitors in particular, want to be guaranteed maximum safety for their customers.”
Through Studio Arletti and Partners, IEG has set up an advisory service for international travellers to assist them in entering and staying in the country, with forms on the show’s website.