Organisers continue to assess the situation closely and are working in tandem with our teams globally.
In regards to the novel Coronavirus that originated in Wuhan, China, MITT's organisers Hyve Group plc are closely following and regularly monitoring the advice from the World Health Organisation as well as regional and local government advice.
"We continue to assess the situation closely and are working in tandem with our teams globally. All of our events in Russia are scheduled to go ahead as planned and we will provide any further updates on our events as necessary.
We are taking extra measures to ensure the health and safety of our exhibitors, visitors and staff:
- We are in constant contact with the health authorities and the government to stay up to date with the latest developments
- We are advising our exhibitors of the latest updates
- We are following government guidance, which is to have good hand and respiratory hygiene and have increased the number of hand sanitisers around the show
- We have also added further signage regarding hygiene and have medical professionals onsite"
MITT is the largest B2B travel & tourism trade show in Russia, attracting representatives of the tourism industry from Russia, regions and all over the world.
- 22,289 professional visitors from 80 regions of Russia and 91 other countries
- 1,523 exhibiting companies from 229 countries & regions of the world, 52 regions of Russia
- 229 countries and regions of the world
- 35,000 sqm of exhibition space
- 7 halls and pavilions
- 145 speackers & industry leaders
- 3 full days of business events
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