Information about when we will be able to organise events is vitally important. The goal of the L-DAY campaign is to share information from all over the world, helping colleagues plan their crisis exit. We want L-DAY to become a unique benchmark for different politics that are shaping the fate of our industry.

In order to provide the most objective answer to the aforementioned question, we are asking international meetings industry experts, influencers, associations and all Kongres Magazine readers to answer three simple questions:


Q: When will your country allow events for up to 100 people?

It all seems that we will be able to organise smaller events from 1 July August 2020 if proper health and safety measures will be put in place. In my opinion, business events attended by responsible business people pose a much lower risk than random visitors socialising in a shopping centre.

Q: When will your country allow events without restrictions = L-DAY?

Let’s hope L-DAY happens on 1 September 2020. That will only be possible if there are no larger outbreaks in the near future.

Q: When are you planning your first live event?

Our first live event will be the hybrid Conventa Crossover conference that will take place from 26 to 28 August 2020. We are fairly optimistic that we will be able to carry out the event without major hiccups.

About Gorazd Čad

A long-time meetings industry addict, Gorazd is the CEO of the event and marketing agency Toleranca Marketing. He has many years of experience in planning, preparing and carrying out large international meetings and exhibitions. He is the organiser and founder of Conventa Trade Show and Conventa Crossover projects.

When do you think L-DAY will happen?

Let us when you are planning your first live event and share your opinion on when L-DAY will happen by completing a short survey.