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Two years after the beginning of the Corona Pandemic, the event industry stands in front of a notice of notice. Background is the expiration of short-time working money after 24 months.

Absagen von Messen, Konzerten, Tagungen und Feiern machen Veranstaltungsausrüstern, Technikern, Künstlern, Messebauern zu schaffen. © Christophe Gateau / dpa Cancellation of trade fairs, concerts, meetings and celebrations make event equipment, technicians, artists, to create exhibition farmers.

"More than three-quarters of the event companies will announce their employees in March 2022," Jan veal, managing director of the Federal Association of Event Management, announced the German Press Agency.

He referred to a survey where more than 800 industry enterprises involved. Accordingly, in two thirds of the companies have been working in short-time work for more than 20 months. In just under half of the respondents, the short-time work is over 80 percent.

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would have to carry the plants and social contributions full of themselves, lacking the majority of them the capital for the restart, explained veal. You would then have to released employees because they could not cover their costs. The companies thus rely valuable professionals.

The Federal Government sacrifice the event industry, criticized veal. Currently, almost all events are canceled again. For the more than 100,000 companies there is no improvement perspective.

The short-time working allowance that employer must apply to the Employment Agency for their employees should compensate for a wage loss in times of crisis. In the Corona pandemic, the access was facilitated. Finally, the Federal Government extended the maximum period of 24 months until the end of March.

cancellation of trade fairs, concerts, meetings and celebrations make events cruises, technicians, artists, exhibition farmers and many other stakeholders. Lower Corona numbers in summer and autumn temporarily brought back part of the business. In the past few weeks, however, the industry came to the association information again a cancellation wave.

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