Accreditations are solely intended to facilitate journalistic reporting. Furthermore, trade show organizers reserve the right to conduct further investigations to establish proof of journalistic activities, even if a press ID has been presented.
As a trade show organizer, we grant accreditations to help provide journalists with easy access to information on our events and our company.
|a)||By presenting original copies of byline articles that were published no earlier than are six months prior to the event in question |
|b)||By presenting an original copy of the masthead (or weblink), which lists that person as an editor, a permanent editorial staff member or a writer, from no earlier than six months prior to the event in question |
|c)||By presenting a valid ID from a student publication (members of school newspapers or similar youth media without a valid youth press card will receive a day pass on a one-off basis)|
A blogger accreditation can be obtained by:
Operators of an active blog with professionally topical reference to the visiting exhibition as well as persons who can demonstrate their blogger activity with a web link as follows:
|a)||The blog must have existed for at least three months. |
|b)||The last post with topical relevance to the event should not be older than three months. |
Review of the blogger accreditation is only possible in advance online and cannot be carried out at the press counters on site.
Credentials must be submitted in German or English. In individual cases, the trade show organizers also reserve the right to request the presentation of a valid photo ID. There is no inalienable right to accreditation. If necessary, trade show organizers will refuse access to the premises to any person or persons.
We ask for your understanding that all non-editorial staff, such as marketing or advertising personnel, are excluded from receiving a Press Card.
We point out that even prior inclusion in the press distribution list of Messe Friedrichshafen does not automatically mean that one can obtain a Press Card.