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?

Events with up to 100 people are allowed in the Czech Republic & Prague from May 11 already.

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

Events with up to 300 attendees could be allowed if the situation evolves positively in the Czech Republic from May 25. Events up to 500 attendees from June 8 onwards and up to 1000 attendees from June 22. All these events will have to take place with strict hygienic rules applied. So far, no exact date for L-DAY announced.

Q: When are you planning your first live event?

Hopefully, we will be able to run our General Assembly in the second half of June (postponed from April).

About Roman Muška

Roman Muška started his career in the MICE segment in 1996 working as Project Manager for the Austrian based company AHR (Agentur für Hotels und Reisen). Afterwards, he moved to the finances and administration with the newly established branch of AIMS International in Prague where he got promoted to the position of the Head of Finance and Administration. In 2013, he became a member of the Prague Convention Bureau Board of Directors and in 2015 its first Vice President. Since January 2016 he became fully involved in the Prague Convention Bureau as the Managing Director.

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.