CIFF and CIFF YOUTH will take place at Bella Center Copenhagen and this time with extra focus on health and safety.
“Our clients’ doubts and insecurities are palpable, and we understand it. Therefore, it is of utmost importance for us to underline that we will not compromise on guidelines from the Danish Health Authorities when it comes to safety and hygiene. We have great experience in arranging events such as CIFF and we are on top of the situation” says Malina Lebrecht Hye, Director of Exhibition Development at BC Hospitality Group.
Pascaline Smets, Buying and Creative Director at Smets: “Arts nourish the roots of our culture and is part of the construction of history, we have to create the right environment in order to allow the artist/designer to follow his vision wherever it takes him… We need to adapt ourselves to the pandemic situation to promote and encourage creativity. On the other side, the arts are a critical component of healthcare. Expressive art is a tool to explore, develop and practice creativity as a mean to wellness.”
“Art and creativity are the higher form of hope. If implementing the health and safety measures allow people to travel, meet the designers and share their works, then it’s mandatory to do so.” Pascaline adds.
The Security Department at BC Hospitality Group are experts in crowd management and their primary task is to stay informed on new measures from relevant authorities and to adapt. Their security protocols. All our Health & Safety guidelines are available on CIFF.dk, including concrete information on all important topics, from spacing to hygiene including our Food & Beverage protocols and our enhanced cleaning routines.
We are thrilled to welcome you to CIFF and CIFF YOUTH August 9 – 12, 2020.