Deutsche Messe offers its new hygiene and safety concept - Safety for More Business - for the safe running of events.
Key highlights include:
More Hygiene - The Hannover trade fair venue already has an infrastructure that guarantees the highest standards of hygiene. These measurements will now be significantly expanded once again. For Deutsche Messe, health protection and business development go hand in hand.
More Spacing - The following measures will be implemented for the Hannover exhibition grounds in order to maintain the minimum distance of 1.5m.
- Exhibition stands are to be designed in a way that allows for the minimum distance.
- A maximum number of participants per day per event.
- More free space.
- Separate entrances and exits.
- Wider aisles.
See more details within the document
More Safety - Numerous measures ensure that you will receive the best possible health protection at all stages of your trade fair visit. Be it in the trade fair restaurant, on the exhibitor stand or in your hotel.
Additional advice is offered by Deutsche Messe for the whole of the region's regulations including - maintaining a record of delegate data should someone spend more than 15 mins on a stand appointment, in compliance with GDPR.
Deutsche Messe is currently running a series of digital events, see details of previous ones below, including how you can access all content from the digital events.
HANNOVER MESSE Digital Days (14–15 July)
With more than 10,000 registered participants and 50,000 views, the first HANNOVER MESSE digital event was a complete success. More than 200 speakers and 100 partner companies created two exciting days with inspiring lectures, live chats and innovation presentations. All told, 110 program items went online. All content is now available on demand at hannovermesse.digital.
WomenPower@HANNOVER MESSE Digital Days (14-15 July)
Career congress staged digitally for first time. This included many exciting talks and live discussions for example, Carla Reemtsma, activist and spokesperson for the initiative Fridays for the Future, and Philip Nuyken from the Federation of German Industries discuss the topic “Ways out of the crisis: economic growth vs. climate change?” Further talks address such topics as reputation management, remote work and leadership. Christian Berg, managing director of the AllBright Foundation, scrutinizes German SMEs, while Anahita Thoms, partner at Baker McKenzie, Dr. Sigrid Nikutta, board member for freight transport at Deutsche Bahn, and Dr. Daniel Dettling, CEO of the Institute for Future Policy, answer the question “Do women lead better in the (corona) crisis?”. All content is now available on demand at hannovermesse.digital.