Event Health & Safety

SUBTA’s commitment to health and safety for SubSummit 2022

The SubSummit team is thrilled to gather in person this upcoming June in Orlando! Your safety and comfort as an attendee are our top priorities. 

SubSummit will adhere to all policies mandated by the State of Florida, as well as the guidance provided by the Center of Disease Control & Prevention, and the World Health Organization. We will be closely monitoring these policies for changes and updates.

Check out our FAQs below to learn more about our planned protocol for SubSummit 2022:

When can I purchase tickets?

Ticket sales are available now. You can purchase your in-person or virtual tickets here.

How many attendees will be at SubSummit?

We expect 1,500 attendees will be attending SubSummit Live. We are also constantly monitoring both state and federal requirements for the health, safety, and well-being of our community and will continue to adjust capacity of our event appropriately.

What Covid-19 protocols will SubSummit be following?

SubSummit will adhere to all policies mandated by the State of Florida, as well as the guidance provided by the Center of Disease Control & Prevention, and the World Health Organization. We will be closely monitoring these policies for changes and updates.

We will also adhere to any policies mandated by our Venue (Swan and Dolphin Resort). You can check out the Venue’s Health & Safety Protocols and Theme Park Information for the latest updates.

I am exhibiting at SubSummit. What can I expect?

SubSummit has partnered with Global Exhibitor Services (GES) to support our exhibitors. All exhibitors must adhere to all Covid-19-related policies mandated by both SubSummit and GES. GES will also provide general housekeeping, including cleaning and trash removal. 

What safety measures can I expect to be implemented at this event?

Below is a list of our minimum planned protocol for SubSummit ‘22

  • Colored lanyards indicating social-distancing comfort level (i.e. red, yellow, or green).
  • More space throughout high-traffic areas.
  • Personal protective equipment will be provided and encouraged as needed. This includes (but is not limited to) masks, hand sanitizer, and plexiglass dividers for food stations. 
  • We will encourage & accommodate social distancing.
  • If an attendee is exhibiting two or more symptoms of Covid-19 or is running a fever,  we will encourage them to complete a rapid Covid-19 test or recommend a nearby location to complete a rapid test. 
  • We may ask attendees to complete a health screen questionnaire and disclaimer form.
  • More space throughout high-traffic areas.

What is your refund policy?

We do not offer refunds on SubSummit Tickets. If you cannot utilize your ticket, we are happy to apply the cost of your ticket as a credit toward a future SUBTA event, or transfer your ticket to a teammate. You can view our full refund policy here

I’m not comfortable traveling yet, but my plans may change. Should I buy a virtual ticket now?

Our team can apply the cost of your virtual ticket toward an in-person ticket should your travel plans change. 

As business and travel policies change over the next few months, the SUBTA team will continue to update SubSummit’s Covid-19 policies on this page. We are committed to looking out for the safety of our community, and we appreciate your patience as our plans continue to evolve. If you have any questions, please contact info@subsummit.com

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