Event organisers and venues, which will held major business events over the next few months in Hamburg, shares why they chose to hold a live or hybrid event over an entirely virtual offering.
With hotels in Hamburg now open again for business, Hamburg Convention Bureau (HCB) is working with its hotel members to help them operate safely and successfully. HCB caught up with some of the city’s hotels to see how they’re welcoming visitors and discover the new post-Covid travel trends they’re now experiencing
Outdoor events up to 1,000 people; Indoor events up to 650 people. The restrictions around meetings and events in Hamburg have been relaxed.
Corona capacity calculation – New search tool helps planners create safe & socially-distanced events
Hamburg Convention Bureau, together with MICECLOUD Solutions, has launched a free tool that calculates the required room size in line with new Covid-19 regulations. Event planners and service providers now have a simple and free tool at their fingertips to discover the most suitable venues in Hamburg to enable a safe and socially distanced event.
Whether it’s kite surfing, picnicking in Europe’s biggest orchard or even mud-flat hiking, Hamburg’s Metropolitan Region is a hub for unusual and exciting outdoor incentive activities.
Hotels in Hamburg are now open for business. Florian Gerdes, marketing manager Conventions, at the Hamburg Convention Bureau, explains: “The teams across our city’s hotels have worked hard to ensure that they’re business ready – not just in terms of meeting German State health and safety requirements, but also ensuring that guest and staff wellbeing remains a top priority.
From beehives & beer to football & fruit – Hamburg Convention Bureau shares city’s planet-friendly practices
Earth Day brings with it a very welcome focus on sustainability, one that’s all the more timely and relevant given the current crisis we’re experiencing. The team at Hamburg Convention Bureau is celebrating Earth Day by sharing some of the positive planet-friendly practices put in place by the certified Fair Trade city, and former European Green Capital (2011).
In these unprecedented times of crisis and chaos it’s important to share and draw strength from positive stories on how the industry has responded. Hamburg Convention Bureau has gathered together some of the best business-support initiatives launched in the city in response to the coronavirus crisis.
Sustainability continues to be a firm focus for many event planners. Providing delegates with planet-friendly methods of travelling is one of the many ways to deliver this. Test tracks for autonomous driving and hydrogen fuelled options in the new area of the city – the HafenCity – , the electric ride pooling service MOIA, dedicated travel cards for delegates and free travel on bikes, scooters – and even skateboards – thanks to some of the city’s hotels. Switching to climate-friendly mobility: In Hamburg there are numerous possibilities for this on the rails, on the road on four wheels or on two wheels.
With sustainability consistently topping the agenda for planners, Hamburg has a variety of planet-friendly venues that can help planners reduce the carbon footprint of their event.
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