A recently conducted EY study illustrates that the creative economy is one of the most severely affected industries in Europe. Based on our European observations, and displaying several game-changing developments and industry initiatives, LiveCom Alliance is appealing for a simplified and coordinated approach for a faster recovery and a necessary perspective for our Live communication industry.
In accordance with our member-associations all over Europe, the LiveCom Alliance presses for:
Below our Position Paper, addressed to the EU on February 19th 2021. And the mentioned EY study and position paper by our colleagues from EEIA.
Studie EY zum Schaden der Veranstaltungswirtschaft 2021
EEIA Position Paper – Enable travel with digital travel pass – 20.01.2021
Decision-makers, trade visitors and suppliers to the event industry can expect an interesting mix of exhibitors, superb opportunities for networking and deal- making, and highly informative content live on stage at the next BOE INTERNATIONAL to be held at Messe Dortmund on 17 and 18 January 2024.
Our founder and managing director Maarten Schram joined the official press conference and elaborated on the development of LiveCom Alliance and the scheduled study conducted by RIFEL Institute later this year.
It’s a pleasure to announce, our current board member and treasurer Ivo Franschitz (EMBA – AT) is the new chairman of LiveCom Alliance. Ivo succeeds our former chairman Jan Kalbfleisch (FWD. – DE).