The GSMA has announced further details of its plan to ensure the safety of all at MWC Los Angeles, taking place October 26-28, 2021. In close partnership with the City of Los Angeles, LA Tourism Board, Los Angeles Convention Center and, Joffe Emergency Services, the plan incorporates a layered approach leveraging the successful delivery of MWC Barcelona 2021 this past June, the world’s first large scale event since the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic.
The health and safety plan, Committed Community MWC Los Angeles, will impact everyone involved with the event. Included in the plan are details around testing; for before travelling and for accessing the venue, safety measures at the venue; such as social distancing, cleaning, sanitation, disinfection and touch-free technology used throughout, and Your Commitment; which sets out the actions attendees need to take to enter the venue and contribute to a safe environment for all.
MWC Los Angeles, in partnership with CTIA, gathers U.S. policymakers and key wireless industry stakeholders to discuss trends and developments in government and public policy – as well as exploring our theme Connected Impact. This year we discover the technology that’s shaping our world: The 5G Era, IoT Connectivity, Telco Cloud and Disruptive Innovation.
It’s the event where we create a brighter future, advance human progress and re-imagine possibilities.
From inspiring change, to insights about how 5G will transform our world. Keep an eye out for more expert #MWC21 keynote speakers – coming soon.
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