- What do I have to take into consideration when starting stand planning?
- Are acrylic glass panels mandatory on the counters?
- Is there a maximum number of stand staff allowed on the stand at a time?
- Is it allowed to display and hand out flyers, advertising materials and give-aways on the stand?
- Is it allowed to use touch displays?
- Who is responsible for the cleaning of surfaces and contact areas on the stand?
- Can awnings (as exhibits) be furnished with camping tables and chairs to be used for customer and sales talks as in recent years?
- Are vehicles (such as caravans and coaches) allowed to be inspected from the inside?
- Is eating and drinking allowed in the aisles?
- Where is eating and drinking allowed?
- Are exhibitors allowed to hand out or sell food and beverages?
- Do I have to wear a mouth-and-nose cover?
- Is it allowed to take off the mask during a lecture on one’s place?
- How wide are the aisles?
- Is there a One-Way-Traffic system in place in the halls?
- Is the number of visitors monitored in the individual halls?
- Is there a maximum number of visitors allowed at a time?
- Are there special tickets?
- How does the ticketing work?
- Do visitors who arrived in the morning have to leave the exhibition centre at noon?
- Can access codes still be redeemed?
- Can VIP and guided tours still take place?
- How do visitors and exhibitors get informed about the incidence of a Covid-19-infection?
- Are evening events allowed?
- Where is smoking allowed?
The stand area has to be planned so that the stand personnel as well as the visitors can keep a minimum distance of 1.5m. In the halls 4, 6, 7, 8 and 9, the counters and exhibits have to be positioned 0.5m distanced from the stand boundaries. Meeting rooms have to be planned with open ceilings.
No. You can decide whether to use acrylic glass panels or not. If acrylic glass panels are used and the minimum distance between members of different households can be maintained within the stand, no masks have to be worn in consultations with visitors.
There is no fixed maximum number. Nevertheless, the minimum distance of 1.5m must be possible or compensated by measures such as acrylic panels.
Yes, you can still display and hand out flyers, advertising materials and give-aways. These do not have to be sealed in plastic or similar.
Yes. Please make sure to disinfect and clean the devices regularly.
It is your responsibility as exhibitor to ensure the regular cleaning either by your staff or by a cleaning service. This can be booked at www.stuttgartmesseserviceportal.de.
Yes, under observance of the 1.5m distance regulations.
Yes, under observance of the 1.5m distance regulations between different households and the obligation to wear masks.
No, eating and drinking is only allowed in areas specially designated by Messe Stuttgart or in separate areas on the exhibition stands. It must be guaranteed that visitors can keep the minimum distance of 1.5m at all times. The special areas have to be separated from the aisles by construction or design elements.
Eating and drinking is only allowed in areas specially designated by Messe Stuttgart or in separate areas on the exhibition stands. It must be guaranteed that visitors can keep the minimum distance of 1.5m at all times. The special areas have to be separated from the aisles by construction or design elements.
It is generally allowed to hand out food and beverages on the stands but the serving stand personnel has to wear a mouth-and-nose cover. Packaged food and beverages are to be preferred. Otherwise, a spit-protection has to be installed. Self-service is not allowed. Please note that eating and drinking in the aisles is not allowed.
On the entire venue, a general obligation to wear a mouth-and-nose cover is in place. If the minimum distance of 1.5m can be kept, the following areas are excepted: Rothauspark | Specially designated rest and recreation areas in the halls | Exhibition stands in the halls
Yes, if the minimum distance of 1.5m can be kept.
In halls 4, 6, 7, 8 and 9, the aisles are 4m wide. In addition, we kindly ask you to move all counters and exhibits 0.5m into the stand. In the remaining halls, the aisles are 3m wide due to the open stand design in the caravanning halls.
No, visitors can move freely in the halls. Nevertheless, a walking direction is recommended and marked on the floor with arrows.
There is no access control at the hall entrances but the halls are equipped with cameras and manned with qualified staff to react to a too high number of visitors in particular spaces.
20,000 visitors is the maximum number of visitors who can be present on the trade fairgrounds at one time. A daily maximum number of visitors of 30,000 was defined.
Per day, 20,000 day tickets and 10,000 tickets valid from 14:00h will be sold.
Only day-dated visitor tickets are sold in the online shop.
No, visitors who bought a day ticket can visit the trade fair throughout day. Per day, 20,000 day tickets and 10,000 tickets valid from 14:00h will be sold.
Yes, they have to be redeemed online in the ticket shop before the visit.
Yes, under observation of the hygiene regulations, tours can still take place. This means e.g. that the allowed number of persons who participate in a tour is limited.
In this case, Messe Stuttgart is obliged to forward the contact data of exhibitors and visitors present at the time in question to the health authority so that they can be informed.
Yes. You are welcome to contact us for an advance permission.
There are new designated smoking areas in the loading bays between the halls. The designated smoking areas in the outer corridors can no longer be used.