Many of the companies in the Audiovisual and Events sector, with the arrival of the Covid, have been on the brink of ruin or have closed the blind. For many, their turnover fell to 100% levels and they had to look for new alternative paths, forced to radically change their activity direction in order to
Tuesday, 27 July 2021 by FIAVE
During this month of July, thanks to the change of direction of the restrictions, being more permissive and flexible enforced by the different autonomous communities, it has allowed the whole Spanish territory to celebrate again shows and events, in a small and larger format , both cultural and corporate events. The latter in fewer numbers
The corporate and audiovisual events sector foresees a reactivation of activity starting this summer. In large part, thanks to the good rate of vaccination of citizens and the reduction of sanitary restrictions that contribute to reschedule face-to-face events.
Monday, 24 May 2021 by FIAVE
The updating of health measures and the end of the State of Alarm has begun to oxygenate all the sectors most affected by the restrictions of the pandemic suffered since March 2020. Especially the events, audiovisual and cultural sector.
Thursday, 06 May 2021 by FIAVE
The United Kingdom joins the massive pilot concerts such as Love of Lesbian at the Palau Sant Jordi in Barcelona last March and even goes further.
Thursday, 29 April 2021 by FIAVE
According to a study presented this April by MCI Spain Event Services, the world’s leading event, conference and congress organizer, 60% of companies will hold face-to-face events from mid-2021.
Wednesday, 28 April 2021 by FIAVE
The analysis of the results of the Love of Lesbian concert at the Palau Sant Jordi allows us to affirm that the event had no impact on the transmission of COVID-19 among the attendees.
The line of direct aid to freelancers and companies is insufficient for the audiovisual and events sector
Wednesday, 17 March 2021 by FIAVE
The direct aid, which has been approved in the last Council of Ministers of the Central Government, assigned to companies and the self-employed for a total of 7,000 million, is insufficient compared to the losses suffered only from the audiovisual sector and events in Spain, caused by the Covid-19 health crisis.
Wednesday, 10 February 2021 by FIAVE
The Events Sector moves a large amount of wealth in the Catalan economy. The professionalism and competitiveness of all the participating actors makes Barcelona constantly be among the 4 world cities with the most attraction for International Congresses.
Monday, 08 February 2021 by FIAVE
During 2020 the sector has ceased its activity leaving behind more than 100.000 professionals and 11.000 million euros of impact.