Exhibit 3Sixty, the exhibition stand specialists based in Coventry has welcomed the Prime Minister’s announcement on Monday that business events can begin in Tier 1 and Tier 2 areas, with a 4,000 cap on visitor numbers.
“This is the news we have been waiting for,” said Alan Craner, director of, Exhibit 3Sixty, “and after a long summer of false starts and confusing regulations, it’s good to have clarity and consistency at last.”
Craner continued, “We’re indebted to our local MP, Zarah Sultana, for conveying the concerns and issues faced by businesses in the region to the Chancellor and Prime Minister, and keeping us informed about the situation in government and Whitehall.”
Sultana, Member of Parliament for Coventry South, has been in constant communication with local businesses through chambers of commerce and other local enterprise organisations, culminating in the policy roundtable meeting on November 13, 2020, with Exhibit 3Sixty amongst the businesses attending.
Craner concluded, “Thanks in no small part to the tireless work of Zarah, and many other MPs, in making representations to the government on behalf of the events and hospitality sector, we finally have some recognition of the importance of exhibitions to the economy, and a fighting chance to rebuild this industry once this lockdown ends on December 2.”Back to List