“The world has changed and so have we” has become our mantra and we are creating an inspiring experience for what has become the “New Normal” to promote the talent of designers and their work beyond physical reach.
Denfair’s new virtual experience will give you an opportunity to explore the New Collections from our participating brands, discover the latest design related video content and learn from the Masterclasses we compiled for you. Over the past six years, we have become the Australian design industry’s most dynamic hub for business connection and collaboration, and we are set now to expand beyond the limitations of physical reach this coming July. Get ready to log in!
Separating fact from fiction
We are aware there’s a lot of speculation and hype surrounding the impact of COVID-19 globally and that is can be hard to distinguish fact from fiction.
Below is a composition of some key statements and sources we believe to be the most reliable, independent and credible. We strongly believe it’s important not to overreact but to keep this global health issue in context.
Infodemics are an excessive amount of information about a problem, which makes it difficult to identify a solution. Infodemics can spread misinformation, disinformation and rumours during a health emergency. Infodemics can hamper an effective public health response and create confusion and distrust among people. – World Health Organisation
“This is the time for facts, not fear. This is the time for science, not rumours. This is the time for solidarity, not stigma. We are all in this together.”
Dr. Tedros Adhanon Ghebreyesus, Director-General of the World Health Organisation