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Requirements for participants of the events in the popular MICE countries as of July 9, 2020

Requirements for participants of the events in the popular MICE countries as of July 9, 2020

24 countries are ready to accept business travelers from Ukraine, but 6 countries can do it without special requirements and restrictions.ннееенеList of countries, in which Ukrainians can entry without restrictions.Turkey: Organization of MICE events is allowed without restrictions. if you plan to visit Antalya hotels, you will need insurance that will cover the cost of treatment from COVID-19 after arriving in Turkey. There is no quarantine in Turkey and in Ukraine after no after return. If you plan to visit Antalya hotels, you will need insurance that will cover the cost of treatment from COVID-19.Egypt: The allowed number of participants during mass meetings shall not exceed 50 people indoors and 200 outdoors. The country is open to Ukrainians, but we would advise you to refrain from traveling there. In addition to the fact that the Egypt has entered the “red zone”, there is an increase in death rate. Therefore, upon returning to Homeland, you will have to observe a two-week isolation.Albania: Current restrictions for public gatherings: 300 people indoors, 500 people in open spaces. There is no increase in the number of diseases, the country stay in the “green zone” and allows Ukrainians to enter without any restrictions. SkyUp, UIA and Jonika flight planes fly to Tirana.Croatia: Current restrictions for public gatherings: 300 people indoors, 500 people in open spaces. How to get there? There are two ways: either by plane (you need to wait for charters from travel companies), or by car. The last option has become available recently. Hungary has opened transit passage through its territory for citizens of Ukraine. An important requirement is a printed confirmation of the hotel reservation.Montenegro: Public meetings are allowed with a maximum of 200 participants in enclosed spaces, subject to social distance. People are allowed to enter this country only with a negative result of the “fresh” test for SARS-CoV-2, made in accredited laboratories. The test must be passed no later than 72 hours, and the results are obtained no more than 48 hours before crossing the border. According to the Ukrainian Embassy in Montenegro, it can be a  RT-PCR test or ELISA.Serbia: meetings of no more than 20 people are allowed indoors with a social distance of 1.5 meters.The rules for the indoors masks use, the need to use solutions for hand disinfection, maintaining a social distance of 1.5 meters during business meetings in the above countries  remain unchanged.To countries such as: Northern Macedonia, Great Britain, Ireland, Belarus, USA, Mexico, Tunisia, the Republic of Korea, Iraq, Iran, Afghanistan, South Sudan, Ethiopia, Somalia, Kenya, Zambia, Tanzania, Seychelles allowed 50 people indoors and 200 people outdoors but subject to 14-day self-isolation in the country of destination and upon returning home. This fact does not make it possible to hold MICE events for our citizens in these countries.Therefore, pay attention to the above countries without special requirements and restrictions for events and start  packing up on a business trip. Sign up on the portal, choose the suitable hotel from about 10000 and reliable service providers for your perfect event!Read about the rules for events in Ukraine here.You can learn more about our portal in the section "About us".

  • Jul. 14, 2020
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Requirements for the events in Ukraine

Requirements for the events in Ukraine

The holding of conferences, seminars and other events is an important part of the entire business for many companies. And it is important to know where they can hold events and what are the rules of the holding. In this article, we consider the terms and conditions of the events in Ukraine, as well as which countries invite Ukrainians to hold events.So,Places, whether indoor or outdoor, should have only fixed seats with the distance of 1.5 meters.At the tables can be no more than 4 people.Every participant should have 5 square meters of free space at the event. Accommodation of visitors is  implement on an empty seat nearby, in front, behind  in halls with fixed seats,.All participants must be masked.If the meeting or other event takes place in the open air, the organizers must fence off the territory, as well as arrange for the check of tickets in a non-contact way.Besides:information materials on individual preventive measures COVID-19 are posted on the territory of the event;organizers should measure the temperature for all employees;visitors must be provided with a sufficient number of antiseptics with an active substance concentration of more than 60% for isopropyl alcohol and more than 70% for ethyl alcohol;organizers must markup to maintain a distance of 1.5 meters between visitors;it is advisable to place a bright pointer on the need for hand disinfection (banner, sticker, pointer, etc.).Recall that according to the resolution of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine dated March 11, 2020 No. 211 there are restrictions on holding mass events of over 200 people, except for events of state necessity. At the same time, sporting events are possible with the permission of international organizations and without spectators.At the moment, Ukraine is in the “red zone”. And only a few countries are willing to accept the Ukrainian delegation.TurkeyEgyptAlbaniaCroatiaMontenegroAnd otherRead more about the conditions of stay in these countries at the link.MICE Industry portal helps to find hotels with conference rooms for events in 46 countries of the world, to study and select in more detail from about 10,000 hotels and 3,500 companies operating in the MICE industry quickly. More about us. Go to the selection of the hotel or see how it works, you can here. Register for free and get direct contacts of mice managers in hotel and companies. The MICE Industry portal is designed to help you organize events quickly and comfortably. "Make it easy."

  • Jul. 14, 2020
  • Advices
Requirements for event participants in popular MICE countries, as of July 09, 2020

Requirements for event participants in popular MICE countries, as of July 09, 2020

All of us, and especially those, who involved in the MICE and tourism sectors, are in a situation of complete suspense and despair. The situation in the world is not improving as fast as expected. In many countries, the diseases number on COVID-19 trend has reached critical levels and it seems that the end of the epic around the pandemic will not come soon. Where can we get a good mood if live communication and travel were replaced by participation in conferences and business meetings from the kitchen or bedroom of our own housing? To succumb to panic and apathy is very easy now. Isn't it?But the MICE Industry team will not let you give up. Put the photos from past events aside, wipe away the tears with the sleeve of a business suit and start reading our posts. We assure you that not everything is as bad as you think. Useful, concise and up-to-date information on the latest MICE events is assured to you!Not so long ago, we made publications on the requirements of European countries for the number of events participants. It's time to update the data, because the situation in the world is extremely changeable. We want our subscribers to be the first to receive news about the latest changes! So, we present to your attention a short list of quantitative restrictions on events of popular MICE countries in Europe as of July 9, 2020.Slovakia – it is possible to hold events with more than 1,000 people, subject to the distance.Czech Republic – the number of participants should not exceed 1000 people.Finland – the room can accommodate up to 500 people, and outside – more than 500.Hungary – up to 500 participants can be accommodated outside and inside.Iceland – as well as in Hungary, the acceptable number of participants in the event is up to 500, but subject to a distance of 2 meters.Romania and France – up to 500 participants only outdoors and with their fixed location.Germany – it is allowed to hold events with up to 500 participants, but the maximum possible number varies from state to state – from 100 to 500 people.Switzerland –  up to 300 people can be at the event in one place.Montenegro and Norway – governments mitigated restrictions and increased limit of participants to 200.Belgium does not lag behind the above countries, but with a slight difference: up to 200 people can be indoors, and up to 400 – outside.Lithuania – in addition to quantitative restrictions, there is a requirement to keep the distance: events with up to 100 participants can be held inside, but the distance between people must be from 2 meters and more. Outside – 300 participants, the distance should be at least 1 meter.In the Netherlands can be up to 100 participants in one room, but the distance between them should be at least 1.5 meters. In the open air, but with fixed places, can be accommodated more than 250 people, and with non-fixed – up to 250 people.Bulgaria, Greece and Poland do not have quantitative restrictions, but there is a requirement for a certain number of square meters per person.Bulgaria –  1.5 m2 per person, subject to a 50% occupancy of a room or place.Greece – 25 m2 per person.Poland – 5 m2 per person.In Sweden and Slovenia – events with up to 50 participants are allowed.Ireland – 50 people can be accommodated indoors, and 200 – outside.In Croatia you can organize an event for 40 people.In Lithuania – up to 25.And in Portugal – up to 10.Events are still prohibited in Cyprus, Italy, Luxembourg, Macedonia, Serbia, Spain and the United Kingdom.As you see, the situation isn't quite as sad as it seemed at first. The willingness trend of countries to accept the business travelers is positive. So we all will return to the normal life very soon and finally, we will enjoy live communication at away events, as before!

  • Jul. 09, 2020
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Consequences of Covid-19: What are the requirements for event participants in popular MICE countries, as of June 18, 2020?

Consequences of Covid-19: What are the requirements for event participants in popular MICE countries, as of June 18, 2020?

£The global pandemic has madecorrections to absolutely all areas of our vital activity, and especially to thetravel industry. How many companies have planned to hold their events abroad,how many people have stayed in the dark ... what's next? When can we visit thedesired countries? And the most exciting question: what requirements do thosesame countries put forward to the number of participants in events? But do notdespair! Indeed, this pause will make it possible to prepare for the upcomingevent even better and spend it simply unforgettable! And our team will help youwith this!For you MICE Industry personnelselect and process information thoroughly on an emotional topic for everyone.We want to provide the most relevant data as of June 18, 2020, about acceptable number of people whocan participate in the event in the most popular MICE countries, whether itwill be a conference or a business meeting.In Belgium from July 1 , it will bepossible to hold events with up to 50 people in the hall and no more than 10people at the one table. The distance between the tables should be 1.5 meters.All establishments will work until 1 a.m., so you will have an opportunity toorganize a small entertainment program. Good news is that Belgian governmentwill allow events with up to 200 people if the situation does not worsen. Greece – one of the safest and mostpopular tourist countries has no limits the number of participants at theevents, the main thing is that the organizers should follow the condition – 1person per 10 square meters of space. Bulgaria –  a neighbor of Greece, also hasno quantitative restrictions; the maximum occupancy rate of premises should notexceed 50% of their area.Denmark on June 8  replacedthe ban on meetings by permission to hold events from 30 to 50 people indoors. But if you are planning a moderatelylarge event in the coming months, then the countries listed below are exactlywhat you need!Switzerland –  the Swiss Federal Council has allowedevents for up to 1,000 people.The Czech Republic does not lag behind, inaddition to the MICE attractiveness, there is permission to organize massevents up to 500 people, and from June 22 this limit will be increased to 1000.In Austria, events up to 100 people are allowed. From July 1, the permissible number of participants will be increasedto 250 people indoors and up to 500 people in an open air, and from August 1,to 500 people in enclosed spaces and up to 750 people outdoor.Estonia is also quite promising interms of its level of safety.  At themoment, events are allowed, including film screenings, performances, concerts,conferences, fairs, festivals, but the organizer must ensure that the followingrequirements are met: follow the 2 + 2 rule (up to two people can move togetherand be on distance at least 2 meters from the rest), have disinfectants, themaximum capacity of the premises can be 50%, but not more than 100 people, thesame number of participants can be placed outdoors.From July 1, the permissible numberof participants increases to 500 people indoors, provided that this is not morethan 50% of premise capacity, and not more than 1000 people outdoors. Rule 2 +2 and the availability of disinfectants remain unchanged requirements.In Lithuania, as of June 16,cultural, entertainment, sports and other outdoor events can seat up to 500spectators, and indoors – up to 150 spectators, subject to all safetyrequirements. In addition, the organizers must provide a distance betweenpeople of at least 1 meter in the open air and 2 meters inside.In Latvia, the holding of large-scale events will be available not soon. From June 10 to 30, 2020, 100 people can bein one place at the same time, if the event is planned to be indoors and 300people outdoors, with the condition that one person has at least 4 squaremeters of free space. InScandinavian Norway, Iceland, as well as in Slovenia, you can organize events,conferences and exhibitions with the number of participants not more than 200.In Poland meetings are allowed only outdoors and with not more than 150participants.Moldova, Sweden and Finland – the governments allowed holding events with theparticipation of not more than 50 people in compliance with epidemiologicalstandards and the organizers obligatory compiling a list of epidemiologicalevents according to the model (name, surname, identification number, phonenumber, email address, home address).In Finland from July 1, it will beallowed to hold mass events in the open air with the participation of more than500 people.Unfortunately, not all countries canboast of negative dynamics of the epidemiological situation.Serbia is coming out of isolation more slowly than the above countries. Sincethe end of May, the Serbian government lifted the ban on the meeting of morethan 2 people, and replaced it with a ban on the meeting of more than 20people.A similar trend is observed inalmost all countries of the Mediterranean. In Croatia, Portugal and France,events of more than 10 people are prohibited. Northern Macedonia limit the number ofparticipants to 5 people. Luxembourg, at the same time, – to 6 people inside, andto 20 people - outdoors.Countries with increased number ofdiseases, or had critical situation have tightened measures to weaken theregime. In Romania, the number of people who can participate in private eventsindoors has been reduced from 16 to 8 people. All open-air gatherings – cultural, scientific, recreational, etc., and any other indoor events are stillprohibited. In the process of restoration, the possibility of holding privateevents with up to 20 people indoors and up to 50 people outdoors in compliancewith the relevant standards established by the Ministry of Health of Romania. In Italy, Kazakhstan and Hungary, holding events is completely prohibited untilmid-August.But do not worry that you have hadto cancel or postpone a long-awaited event in the desirable country because ofCOVID-19. The world community is making everything that possible to return our usualrhythm of life! Our team, in turn, will keep you informed of all events andchanges in the MICE sphere! Follow the news on our blog, as well as on ourpages on Facebook, Instagram and LinkedIn, plan your future unforgettableevents using our portal and just make it easy!You can find more information about our portal on the page "About Mice-industry". Sign up on the portal and get the latest news about changes in countries related to Covid-19 and unlimited free access to more than 10,000 hotels in 46 countries.

  • Jun. 19, 2020
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6 Most Popular Cabarets of Paris

6 Most Popular Cabarets of Paris

If you plan to visit Paris for work, in addition to the Eiffel Tower and the Louvre, enjoy the charming French cabaret. Here you can relax in French, having a rest after conferences, meetings or negotiations. Use our list of 6 unique nightclubs in Paris, a visit to which will be for you a pleasant evening.Le Moulin RougeCome and see the most popular night club! Place, called "A wooden mill with red wings" has been founded in 1889. This name was given by decorator Leon-Adolphe Villette. The red color of the wings hinted at the red light district. In 1893 one of the dancers completely undressed on the stage here. The cabaret is designed for 850 visitors, and for €87 a person you’ll see the famous cancan, one of the visiting cards of France. Today the cabaret presents the “Extravaganza” revue, which involves the best dancers, about 1000 costumes and luxurious scenery.Le LidoOrganized in 1947, the Lido invites you to visit an amazing place of Paris Merveilles – the new revue of the legendary Franco Dragon. You’ll get the colorful fantasy of Paris. More than 80 dancers work on stage every evening. Pay €85 to get dinner, fill the spirit of France in your meal and on the stage.Le Crazy HorseIt’s a legendary Parisian nightclub, established in 1951. The owners of this cabaret decided to choose for dancers ideally similar to each other dancers and did not lose! The show at all times was a dizzying success. This is still happening today. Enjoy a unique show and enjoy Crazy Horse style. Get a drink and enjoy the performance! For the entering price is from €107 you’ll receive excellent compound of beauty and eroticism.Le Paradis LatinCabaret Paradis Latin Cabaret has been popular among Parisians for the third century and is firmly associated with great music shows. It’s located at 28, Rue du Cardinal-Lemoine, and was one of the most popular places for evening vacations among Parisians. Frequent visitors were A. Dumas, O. de Balzac, P. Merimee, V. Hugo. Bright shows with fiery music, daring dances in the magnificent scenery and colorful costumes are interesting for any age. For €75 you’ll get a magnificent pleasure.Chez MichouThe Montmartre hill wouldn't be the same without this place! The Chez Michou cabaret opened in ’60s. This legendary place is mostly known for its artists, who shows their talents in parading. For €115 you’ll get the special mood and satisfaction of seeing the show.La Nouvelle EveIt’s the most traditional nightclubs in Paris, located at 25, Rue Pierre Fontaine. It’s always full of favorites and a sparkly mood. The performance starts with a unique scene, led by more than 20 dancers, in amazing outfits. For €98 you’ll get a real pleasure from the French Cancan.

  • Apr. 03, 2020
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TOP 5 hotels for conferences and events in Paris

TOP 5 hotels for conferences and events in Paris

Finding a suitable place for a business meeting in another country is not an easy task. After all, the chosen place should be convenient and be located in a convenient space. To reduce your time in finding useful meeting-room to get a partnership, we offer to check out through 19 greatest hotels in the capital of France. All the places have conference rooms. We hope it'll be easier to find the perfect place for your negotiations.1. Hôtel Napoléon *****This five-star hotel has 8 conference rooms, from 20 to 200 sq.m. and supplies place for about 100 people. The cost of rent is 80-130 euros/person. For this price, you’ll receive needed screens, projectors.  A place for snacks is prepared.2. Le Méridien Etoile ****Looking for a great conference-room to organize the perfect negotiations or seminar? To your attention, we propose twenty-five spots, great and ready for conferences or negotiations. The total proportion of conference space is approximately 2500 square meters, which can host more than 1000 people. For 100 euros/person, you'll get a location, where you can set on foot seminars, master classes, even dinner parties. Business breakfast is organized for 18 to 650 people.3. Novotel Paris Les Halles **** If you need about 130 square meters of conference-place for approximately 130 people, you need to check this place. Eight rooms have a plasma screen from 100 to 260 cm, projectors, microphones. There is also equipment for video conferencing, simultaneous translation services, telephones, faxes, recording devices.4. Hôtel Westminster ****It's placed close to Mont-Martre and offers 4 rooms for business meetings. The pricing is 95 euros/person. There's everything needed, including tables for coffee breaks.5. Hôtel Pont Royal *****A five-star hotel settled in the unique historical spot of Paris offers to organize a company session within its walls. You'll like it’s comfortably event-spot for 10-14 business partners or co-workers.

  • Apr. 03, 2020
  • Hotels