Reopening our Events Safely

There is no escaping the impact Covid-19 has had on teachers, students, schools and suppliers the world over. The education landscape has changed beyond recognition since our last edition, as have face-to-face events. The health and safety of our stakeholders will always be our highest priority and will guide every decision we make in the planning and execution of the event.

While GESS Dubai 2021 may look and feel different from previous editions, we want to reassure you that we will focus on:

  • Working in partnership with local authorities, event partners & the venue to meet local safety standards at the event.
  • Carefully selecting event suppliers that can meet our health & safety criteria
  • Creating alternative ways to participate in our events for those unable to attend in person
  • Delivering ROI to our customers; we will make sure the people you need to meet & do business with can participate at GESS Dubai

Important Note: As part of our safe and contactless initiatives, there will be no onsite registration please register through the website before coming to the event. In addition to this no badges will be printed on-site at the event, you will need to print your badge at home or download to your mobile device.

A conference to inspire

In order to re-open Tarsus events following COVID-19 across our global locations we have reviewed how they will operate and what practices we will need to put in place to ensure everyone stays safe. Tarsus have developed a framework based on the operational guidelines produced by industry bodies, including SISO, IAEE, UFI and the AEO.