Covid-19 Updates

We have created this page to post all of the latest Covid-19 / Coronavirus updates for your reference.

Safety, Meet Numbers

Back and better than ever after being postponed during the 2020 pandemic, the Global Excel Summit 2021 has been organised with your health and wellness in mind. We’re following best practices and official recommendations to ensure safety and comfort for our guests. Our staff is trained with hygiene and sanitation top of mind. Together, we’ll spread sheets, not germs.

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From the Organisers

The Global Excel Summit is currently scheduled to take place on 6-9 February 2021 at Queen Elizabeth II Centre in London, UK. We are, however, following and complying with the latest UK Government guidelines and advise. We are ready to go fully virtual should the circumstances prevent us from hosting the Global Excel Summit 2021 as a physical event. All existing tickets will automatically be transferred and virtual event accounts will be created for each event participant. More information coming soon.

NEW UPDATE: Latest UK Government Advise

On 22 September 2020, the UK government has announced new measures to suppress the virus and keep the number of infections down. Addressing the House of Commons, the prime minister said: “We must acknowledge that the spread of the virus is affecting our ability to reopen business conferences and exhibitions and large sporting events, we will not be able to do this from 1 October. The prime minister confirmed that this ruling could be in place for six months, and that the UK’s Covid-19 alert level has now moved from 3 to 4.

We are following and complying with the latest UK Government guidelines and advise.

Here are some of the Covid-19 measures that our venue partners at the Queen Elizabeth II Centre have put in place to ensure everyone's safety and enjoyable experience.

Thermal Scanner upon Arrival

Additional sanitisers around the whole venue

We recommend frequent hand washing for a minimum of 20s.

Equipment is fully sanitised after every individual presentation.

Floor signage will assist you with keeping your distance.

Toilets may be restricted to a limited number of people.


Is a cancellation possible, due to the COVID-19?

The Global Excel Summit will take place on 6-9 February 2021. We will not be cancelling the event. Should the circumstances prevent us from hosting the event indoors at Queen Elizabeth II Centre, we are ready to go virtual without compromising the quality of the event.

I am already signed up for the event. Are my tickets automatically transferred to the Global Excel Summit 2021?

Yes, they are. You will receive a new confirmation, showing the updated dates and venue to the e-mail provided during registration.

What would a virtual Global Excel Summit look like? Will you still hold the Expo Show online?

In case we need to hold the Global Excel Summit in a virtual environment, you will be sent unique login details for a dedicated virtual events platform. There will be a virtual Auditorium, virtual Exhibitor Hall, where all Expo Show activities will take place, and a range of virtual breakout areas. In essence, we will be building an online site that enables real-time networking between sponsors, attendees, organisers, exhibitors and speakers. You will be connected through a combination of chat tools, webinars and digital content served via a visually rich interface.


For the latest published information please review the following websites:
UK Government Advice
World Health Organisation (WHO)
WHO Travel Advice

If you have questions or suggestions, we are happy to hear from you.

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