GSMA is committed to creating an accessible environment for all attendees in order to enhance their experience at M360 Eurasia 2023.

Attending M360 Eurasia

Companion Pass request

Attendees with disabilities who require the assistance of a companion during the event can request a Companion Pass from GSMA, up to two weeks before the event.

The following rules apply to the Companion Passes:

A companion pass will be provided once legal proof of the disability is presented

The companion pass will match the badge type of the designated badge holder

The companion pass is not transferrable

The bearer of the companion pass must always be accompanied by the person with an accessibility designated badge

The companion pass holder does not have access to any events on their own

All registrants must pick up their own credentials by showing their photo ID at registration (Passport or National ID)

Services not available at M360 Eurasia

Devices that are personal or individually prescribed, such as prescription eyeglasses, hearing aids or wheelchairs.

Services of a personal nature, such as assistance in eating, toileting or dressing, or the pushing of wheelchairs

Connection to soundboards

Push services for mobility reduced attendees

Interpreters to accompany individuals within the venue, satellite events or parties.

Guide dogs

Guide Dogs are allowed at M360 Eurasia, but to gain admission to the event, the owner of the dog will be required to present legal documentation. The individual presenting the card must be the person to whom the card is issued, and the dog’s credentials must correspond to the dog identified on the card. Owners must be responsible for cleaning up after their dog. If you need access to the event with a guide dog, please contact GSMA.

Contact GSMA

Please email the GSMA up to two weeks before the event with any questions or to request any of the services available above