IAAPA Asia Pacific
Health and Safety is Our Top Priority
IAAPA is focused on providing a safe and healthy environment for attendees, exhibitors, and our team at IAAPA Expos. IAAPA is working closely with our partners at the Fira Barcelona Gran Via, and Orange County Convention Center, as well as the respective local health departments, to develop and implement a comprehensive plan focused on safe and successful IAAPA Expos 2021. IAAPA is also following the latest guidance and recommendations for large groups and meetings from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and World Health Organization. View the health and safety plans for IAAPA Expo, and IAAPA Expo Europe. If you have any questions, please contact [email protected].
IAAPA Expo Asia 2021 Contracted Exhibitor Update
IAAPA Expo Asia 2021 has been cancelled and plans are underway for the Expos in 2022 and 2023. Contracted exhibitors for 2021 should reference the latest information and frequently asked questions here.
Contracted exhibitors should contact the IAAPA Sales Team about next steps regarding exhibit fees and future IAAPA Expo events, including IAAPA Expo Asia 2022 and 2023, IAAPA Expo Europe or IAAPA Expo (in Orlando). The IAAPA Sales Team can be reached at: [email protected].
Registered IAAPA Expo Asia 2021 attendees will receive refunds. Questions regarding registration and refunds should be emailed to [email protected].
Plans are underway for IAAPA Expo Asia 2022 to be held in Hong Kong SAR, China.
COVID-19 Support for Members in the Asia-Pacific Region
For the past year, IAAPA has been working to support members around the world through the COVID-19 pandemic. Guest and employee safety has always been our industry’s top priority, and IAAPA continues to provide resources, guidance and connections to members around the world.
IAAPA's thorough resource, “COVID-19 Reopening Guidance: Considerations for the Global Attractions Industry” is available in both English and Spanish. IAAPA continues to share it with local and regional governments and public authorities tasked with reopening their communities to help communicate the work the industry is doing to ensure safe operations for guests and employees. The guidelines have also been referenced by the United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) in their Global Guidelines to Restart Tourism, and the World Tourism and Travel Council (WTTC) in their Attractions: Global Protocols for the New Normal resource.
We encourage members to download, use and share this document as they prepare to reopen in 2021.
For additional resources and support, IAAPA members can access the exclusive COVID-19 resource center for timely information, contacts, updates and data, as well as current advocacy efforts.