Expo Ready For Business


The Events & Exhibition industry is ready to do business this year. Exhibitions can operate safely using all COVIDSafe operating plans in controlled environments.

Unlike shopping centres or hospitality venues, exhibitions can completely control their environment with:

    • 1.5-metre social distancing enforced;
    • world-class cleaning protocols throughout; and
    • the ability to track and trace anyone who attends because of mandatory registration.

We can exhibit safely, and our exhibitors and attendees’ safety is our foremost priority.

The industry employs 229,000 people directly (100’s of thousands more indirectly whether that is catering, set builders, sign painters etc.) and pays $11.1 billion in wages with a direct economic contribution in 2019 of $35.7 billion. It supports businesses that sell directly at those exhibitions and those sales relationships for businesses can last for years.

Our industry, the business event sector, is big business. Business events comprise conferences and conventions, exhibitions and incentives. Their value goes well beyond the industry sector of the event – for small and big business. These events play a pivotal role in Australia’s economic prosperity, including boosting the visitor economy through domestic and international visitation (such as transport, hotels, retail and restaurants), facilitating small business growth by connecting buyers and sellers, knowledge sharing leading to innovation and business collaboration (both locally and globally) and providing a platform for international trade and investment.

The doors have been closed for too long, let’s get them open again. We are Expo Ready and looking forward to seeing you soon!

For more information https://eeaa.com.au/the-events-and-exhibitions-association-of-australia-eeaa-launches-their-expoready-campaign-encouraging-people-to-get-back-to-live-in-person-exhibitions/














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