The world continues to experience unprecedented change in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. In planning the 2021 edition of Vinexpo New York, the health and safety of exhibitors, attendees, sponsors, speakers, and staff is our top priority.
We continue to monitor the pandemic including updates and recommendations from public health officials, federal, state, and local authorities, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and the World Health Organization (WHO). Vinexpo New York is working in close partnership with the city of New York and the Jacob Javits Convention Center as they confirm and roll out their re-opening plans. Additionally, we are collaborating with leading event industry associations globally as they develop guidelines for the events industry.
This situation remains fluid. Plans will be adapted and expanded in accordance with new developments, and event protocols will reflect the most current advice and best practices. Please check the website regularly for updated information.
New measures will include:
The value of in person, face to face interaction is immeasurable. Every effort is being made to ensure your experience at this year’s show, while perhaps different from what we’ve come to expect, is safe, positive and productive and helps you meet your business goals for years to come.
Please continue to check the website for updates leading up to Vinexpo New York 2021. We value your partnership and look forward to hosting you for a safe and successful event in New York on February 3-4, 2021.
Surveillance: If you see something, say something. Any thefts or suspicious activity should be immediately reported to Javits Center Security (212) 216-2222 or Event Management.
– Follow the instructions given over the public address system and by security personnel.
– Walk, do not run, and use evacuation routes to reach emergency exits.
– Do not use elevators.
Lost and found articles may be turned in to any security officer inside the Javits Center. You will receive a receipt for any item turned in to security. Inquiries can be made via telephone 212-216-2222 (24 hours per day). Items may be claimed at the public safety office located at 655 West 34th Street from 9 AM – 5 PM (seven days per week).