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European Health & Fitness Forum (EHFF) will be hosted on 30th September 2020

FIBO has officially announced that the trade show for fitness, wellness & health will take place from 1st to 4th October 2020 in Cologne. Further, the European Health & Fitness Forum (EHFF) will be hosted one day before on 30th September 2020. If you already have booked a ticket, it will remain valid for the event. It is also possible to file for a full refund if the date doesn’t fit your schedule via events@europeactive.eu. Haven’t registered yet? The registration process will be reopened soon, see our event website.  

Details on our other FIBO Week events: the CEO Lunch, Brainfood for Breakfast, European Fitness Associations Forum (EFAF) and Training Provider Forum (TPF) will follow over the next few days.

Following feedback from members and stakeholders we realise you may have already made travel arrangements for Cologne and thus it is our intention, subject to further developments, to hold a dedicated event on the morning of the 2nd April at the Congress Centre East. This will be followed by EuropeActive’s 19th Annual General Assembly (a members only event). 

The programme for the morning will include an update by FIBO on plans for the trade show in the second half of the year, a presentation by Deloitte on the latest findings from the 2020 European Health & Fitness Market Report (EHFMR) and the unveiling of EuropeActive’s 2025 Strategy. This will be followed by a light lunch. Representatives of EuropeActive member organisations will then be invited to stay with us for the GA.

Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any further questions. 

Regards,

Anja Beverwijk & Carlos Fernandez
EuropeActive Communications Team

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