GSMA Advances MWC Plans with Travel Company Guidance

GSMA Advances MWC Plans with Travel Company Guidance

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The GSMA continued work in delivering a safe in-person MWC Barcelona 2021 event. The association appointed an independent travel management company to offer free guidance for all attendees.

Exhibitors, attendees, sponsors and partners are being offered access to Gray Dawes Travel services before, during and after the event. The GSMA stated it was the latest step in its Committed Community event safety plan.

Gray Dawes Travel will offer advice covering COVID-19 safety measures and testing, along with guidance on the necessary travel documents and visa forms. Also covered is information on quarantine and border restrictions, assistance with travel itineraries and flight booking services.

Gray Dawes Travel director of operators Allison Knight explained the company’s team fully understand MWC Barcelona 2021 and aims to ease the worries of anyone who might regard travelling as daunting. GSMA Ltd CEO John Hoffman said the move continued the industry association’s work to deliver a safe in-person MWC Barcelona 2021.

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