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The Geneva Motor Show returns in 2022

On February 28 last year, the Swiss government banned public gatherings of more than 1,000 people in a bid to slow the spread of the coronavirus in the country, forcing organizers of the 2020 Geneva Motor Show to cancel the event. A few months later, the pandemic prompted yet another cancellation of one of the auto industry’s most important shows, with organizers describing the show’s financial situation as truly unstable.

Fortunately, in many areas things are slowly improving and people are hoping to return to normal life. The organizing foundation of the Geneva International Motor Show also sees light at the end of the tunnel with the announcement of a return to the show in 2022. Not everything will be the same, even if it is not necessarily bad news. .

First of all, the 2022 Geneva Motor Show will be held from February 19 to 27, 2022 with official press days scheduled for February 17 and 18. Until now, GIMS has usually been held in the early days of March, but perhaps anti-pandemic and other factors have resulted in an earlier date for next year.

Interested exhibitors have until mid-July to register for the 2022 event, which will represent an “exciting evolution” of the Geneva show and be “substantially different from the past”. Organizers are not providing further details on what will change, although they admit it all depends on pandemic conditions in February next year.

“With the sending of the tender documents, we are officially launching the organization of GIMS 2022. My team and I are eager to present our concept to the exhibitors and then to the public. We really hope that the health situation and the consequences political regulations regarding Covid 19 will allow us to bring it to life,” comments Sandro Mesquita, CEO of GIMS.

More details should be presented in the “coming weeks”.

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