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Media pre-registration for ITB Asia 2014 is now available online.

Members of the press may register onsite from 28 to 31st October 2014 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the media registration counter at Basement 2, at Sands Expo and Convention Centre, Marina Bay Sands. You will either need to present a press pass, a business card or an appropriate letter of authority from an editor or publisher.

Your registration is not transferable and is valid only when presented together with the holder's ID. Press passes are strictly for journalists and not for advertising or publishing representatives.

Media Accreditation ITB Asia 2014: Rules & Guidelines

For onsite media accreditation, the following rules will be adhered to:

Before giving out a media pass to attend ITB Asia, Messe Berlin (Singapore) shall request proof of the applicant's relevant journalistic and editorial status. Either of the two following items may be submitted as proof on site at Marina Bay Sands:

  • 1. An official Press card issued by a recognized (for example, national) association of journalists.
  • 2. A business (name) card showing the applicant's journalism position.

Free media passes onsite will be granted based on the following guidelines:

Only media with an editorial designation will be allowed in. Messe Berlin Singapore reserves the right to refuse entrance without stating reasons. Any journalist admitted to ITB Asia who is subsequently found to be soliciting for business or selling advertising will be asked to leave. Non-editorial media representatives can gain full access to ITB Asia by pre-registering online or registering onsite as a trade visitor. Trade visitor status entitles you access to all official ITB Asia areas and events for three days, 29-31 October, 2014, inclusive.

Thank you for helping us make ITB Asia 2014 a success.

Astrid Zand
Press Officer
Messe Berlin (Singapore)

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