Scam warning

Scam Alert:

Attention all participants,

It has come to our attention that EUBCE events are being targeted by various entities seeking to exploit the event’s success. These entities send misleading emails to our exhibitors and delegates, requesting data updates  or offering access to participant information and marketing services.

These misleading practices, commonly referred to as ‘phishing,’ are prevalent among companies targeting participants of trade fairs and conferences worldwide, sourcing contact information from publicly available web sources. We want to reassure you that EUBCE is fully GDPR compliant and does not share any data with third parties, nor do we sell any data obtained through our registration system to intermediary companies.

Despite our efforts to combat these fraudulent activities, they persist. We urge you to exercise caution when contacted by such entities or any others acting similarly. The fraudulent correspondence often exhibits the following warning signs:

  • Misuse of EUBCE logos and branding, with slight alterations from the authentic branding.
  • Misuse of EUBCE event titles, locations, and dates.
  • Email attachments containing misused EUBCE logos, branding, and event details, offering data listings or advertising space on their websites.

We strongly advise against engaging with any communications from the aforementioned entities. They are neither authorized nor contracted by EUBCE.

If you have been contacted by a company regarding your participation in any EUBCE event and are uncertain about their affiliation or contract with EUBCE, please reach out to us at

In the event that you have unwittingly completed and returned such forms, seek legal counsel promptly before making any payments. Your vigilance is essential in safeguarding against these fraudulent activities.

Thank you for your attention to this matter.