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As part of our Committed Community, our multi-layered safety approach, all contractors and suppliers must use the ‘Digital Contractor Pass’ or the ‘Digital Badge’ to access the venue during build-up and dismantling. This means that wristbands will not be provided as a means of access.

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Digital Badge

Exhibitor and Contractor staff registered for the event days will not require a Digital Contractor Pass. Those registered for event days will have a 'Digital Badge' for the Event that will also grant access during the build-up and dismantling periods. This means that individuals who need access during build-up, event days and dismantling should only be registered once. The Digital Badge is available in the official ‘My MWC’ app.

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Contractors and suppliers needing access during build-up and dismantling will first need the Exhibitor to set their company up as a ‘Service Provider’ in the Exhibitor and Partner Registration System. Once this step is complete, the nominated person from the Service Provider will be sent their own login details to the registration system where they will be able to register all of the personnel that are required to be onsite during these periods. 

A unique and valid email address and Passport / EU National ID information will be required for each registration as part of the service provider’s allocation. Once registered, each individual will receive email confirmation and instructions for how to use their Digital Contractor Pass. The same registered email address will subsequently be used to communicate key information and announcements.

All personnel needing to access Fira Barcelona during the build-up and dismantling phases must present their Digital Contractor Pass on their smartphone browser (no app download will be required) alongside their corresponding Passport or EU National Photo ID for inspection.

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Access during Event days

The Digital Contractor Pass will only grant access during build-up and dismantling. Service Provider staff who require access during the event days must be registered by the Exhibitor using their exhibitor staff allocation and will be able to gain access using the official MWC ‘Digital Badge’. Contractor staff registered with an event 'Digital Badge' can use this to access during the build-up and dismantling periods and will therefore not require a Digital Contractor Pass.

More information about registering for event days can be found in the ‘Manage My Registration’ section of this manual soon.


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Instructions for Exhibitors

If you have a supplier who needs access to the venue during the build-up and dismantling phases of the event, you need to set their company up as a ‘Service Provider’ in the Exhibitor and Partner Registration System.

This step is very easy. When you sign into your account you will see a new button called ‘Create Service Providers’. Once you click on this you will be given the option to ‘Add new Service Provider’. Simply click on this and enter the full contact details of the person from your service provider who will be responsible for registering their workers for build-up and dismantling. This functionality will be available in the new year.

Please note that drivers of all vehicles needing to access the venue will also need to present a fully validated Digital Contractor Pass. If you have any shipments or deliveries coming to the venue please ensure that you or your Service Provider have made plans to register the driver, to avoid unnecessary delays.

Click below for an exhibitor video tutorial.


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anchorInstructions for Service Providers

If you are a service provider who needs access to the venue during the build-up and dismantling phases of the event, you first need the exhibitor that you are working for to set your company up as a ‘Service Provider’ in the Exhibitor and Partner Registration System.

Please speak with your contact at the exhibiting company to perform this step and provide them with the full contact details of the person from your organisation who will be your designated coordinator.

Once this step is complete, your designated coordinator will be sent their own login details to the registration system where they will be able to register all of the personnel that you require to be on-site during these periods. Please check all ‘spam’ and ‘junk’ folders if the email does not arrive immediately.

The role of the designated coordinator from the Service Provider company is critical in ensuring that all personnel working on behalf of the service provider are successfully registered and are provided with all instructions and training needed to ensure that they are prepared and arrive at the venue ready for a smooth access experience. When logged in to the system, the designated coordinator will easily be able to see; and run reports of, workers who have not yet uploaded their documents, so that they can be followed up with directly.

Please note that drivers of all vehicles needing to access the venue will also need to present a fully validated Digital Contractor Pass. If you have any shipments or deliveries coming to the venue please ensure that you have made plans to register the driver, to avoid unnecessary delays.

A unique and valid email address and Passport / EU National ID information will be required for each registration as part of your allocation. Once registered, each individual will receive email confirmation and instructions for how to use their Digital Contractor Pass. The same registered email address will subsequently be used to communicate other key information and announcements. 

It is very important that each individual is registered with a unique email address; the system will not allow any duplicate email addresses. Please advise all registered personnel to check their ‘spam’ and ‘junk’ folders.

Click below for a Service Provider video tutorial.



anchorInstructions for Personnel / Workers

User instructions for you to share with your personnel, in English, Catalan and Spanish, can be found below:


Venue entry safety measures

To enter the venue, Fira Gran Via, all crew members will need to upload onto their Digital Contractor Pass, either:


  • a COVID-19 vaccination certificate, valid 14 days after the last dose of the vaccination schedule and with this last dose dated no more than 270 days prior to accessing the MWC venue perimeter. The vaccines must be authorised by the European Medicines Agency or by the World Health Organisation. The certificate shall be issued by the competent authorities of the country of origin and shall contain the following information: Name and surnames; vaccination date (indicating the date of the last dose); types of vaccines administered, number of administered doses; issuing country and issuing body ID

  • a COVID-19 recovery certificate, valid 11 days after the first positive PCR test and with a maximum age of 180 days prior to accessing the MWC venue perimeter. The certificate shall be issued by the competent authority and shall contain the following information: Name and surnames; date of sampling of the first positive test; type of test and issuing country.

  • a negative COVID-19 diagnostic test; PCR or RAT (Rapid Antigen Test), carried out within 72 hours prior to accessing the MWC venue perimeter. The certificate shall contain the following information: Name and surnames; date of sampling; type of test and issuing country.

Certificates must be written in Spanish, English, French or German. If this is not possible, then it must be accompanied by a translation into Spanish carried out by an official body


For more information on accepted health documents, please check the site here.

Once uploaded, these documents will be validated by our medical partner, Quirónprevención.

Vaccine verifications and valid certificates of recovery will provide access for the entire duration of the event.

Non-vaccinated and/or tested individuals will have access to the venue for 72 hours beginning from the time the sample was taken. Access for tested individuals will be limited to whole days in the venue. No remaining or partial hours will be permitted for access to the venue. The test must be repeated at least every 72 hours.

Regardless of status, all personnel will be required to complete a daily health declaration via their Digital Contractor Pass before entering the venue.

There will not be a testing centre on-site this year. All tests will be performed by our testing partners including exit PCR tests. List will be available on our website soon.

As with last years event, we will require all attendees, staff, visitors and suppliers to wear a FFP2 (Filtering Facepiece Respirators) mask for the entirety of their time in the venue.