Journalists, media service (photo or video reporters) and press officers must register online to request press accreditation to Made in Steel.
Online press-registration will be active until 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, October 7.
How to request press accreditation – By filling in the online registration form, you will receive a reply via e-mail confirming acceptance or denial of your request. Follow the link below and fill in the registration form.
The press’ office will check your registration data and, after approval, you will receive a confirmation e-mail with a pdf attachment. Use the attached PDF in order to access the event from the turnstiles in Halls 9 and 11; you can print it or show it directly from your device.
We kindly remind you that access to Made in Steel 2021 must be accompanied by the exhibition of the Green Digital Pass.
Made in Steel Press Office
Phone: +39 030 25 48 520
Phone: +39 392 17 33 747
USEFUL INFORMATION FOR PRESS ACCREDITATION
Made in Steel wishes to make it as easy as possible for journalists and media operators to enter the exhibition free of charge to cover its content and come into contact with the exhibitors and participants.
Press accreditation is reserved exclusively for those who work as journalists. The press office will check applicants’ recent work even if they provide a valid Association of Journalists (professional journalist/publicist) card number.
Those who do not have a card may, alternatively, produce a letter of accreditation from the publication for whom they do journalistic work; a video or signed article published in 2020/2021 (online or on paper).
MEDIA SERVICES (VIDEO E PHOTO REPORTER)
Press accreditation will be issued to media services (video and photo reporters) who can demonstrate their journalism. Alternatively, they may present a copy of their Chambers of Commerce certificate; their trade association membership; a credited photo published in 2020/2021.
PRESS OFFICERS AND SPOKEPERSONS
Accreditation will also be provided to spokespersons and press officers of companies, bodies and associations linked to the steel industry. Should they not have a valid journalist’s card, they may produce a letter of accreditation from the company or association demonstrating that they do such work.
ADVERTISING, COMMUNICATIONS OR MARKETING AGENCIES
Press accreditation will not be granted to staff and collaborators of advertising, communications or marketing agencies. Employees of such agencies who need to accompany an exhibitor during the Made in Steel event will be accredited only if they possess a journalist’s card.