As it has always been for BNP Events, the safety and security of our guests, customers, and event team members remain our highest priority.
You can find our previous communications regarding the event postponement from mid June to September 9-11, 2020.
Regarding COVID-19, the Global Pouch Forum team is actively communicating with all of our show vendors as well as the Hyatt Regency O’Hare to discuss best practices and measures to encourage social distancing, safe food handling, clean sleeping rooms and meeting spaces as well as address COVID-19 large gathering concerns overall.
The Global Pouch Forum is implementing many additional measures developed in consultation with global and local public health authorities (including the WHO and CDC) to make our onsite cleaning and hygiene protocols even more rigorous to help you feel safe and comfortable at this important event.
The Hyatt Regency O’Hare onsite teams are receiving ongoing briefings, trainings, and enhanced safe-operating protocols including, but not limited to:
Click here to review Hyatt's Global Care & Cleanliness Commitment. More information on the Hyatt Regency O’Hare’s COVID-19 safety procedures and guidelines will be posted as it is available.
Information is changing frequently in response to this pandemic and Global Pouch Forum and BNP Events are committed to updating our approach to address this constantly changing environment. We will keep all of our exhibitors, attendees, staff and vendors up to date on any changes and our updated response to new developments in order to ensure a coordinated effort with a safe and productive in-person event environment for all.
The Global Pouch Forum values the support and feedback of everyone involved in preparing for this important event. We appreciate your professionalism, patience and understanding during these truly extraordinary times. Please contact us via the event website should you have any questions or concerns.
Here is a helpful link as you look to travel to the area: https://www.rosemont.com/documents/what-the-village-of-rosemont-is-doing-regarding-covid-19/