Frequently asked questions (FAQs) for media accreditation

Q. Are there any restrictions on accreditation?

A. Media accreditation is only for coverage of the event, and does not constitute an endorsement for any other purpose. At any time, Summit organisers may revoke accreditation if it is put to improper use including:

  • If it is determined that the accreditation has not been used to cover the event.
  • If it has been used to abuse the privileges so extended.

The press pass must not be loaned to another person; security personnel will confiscate any pass in the possession of any individual to whom it was not issued.

Q. What should I do if my media ground pass is stolen or missing?

A. If your media pass is lost or stolen, you MUST immediately report it to the Media Resource Centre of the Summit organisers. You will be asked to complete the required forms after which you will be issued with a new pass. You must show a valid ID in order to receive the new pass. The original pass will become null and void and will not allow access to the venue or media centre.

Q. Where do I go to pick up my media ground pass?

A. Passes will be issued at the Media Resource Centre at the Rex Hotel in Ho Chi Minh City.

Q. What are the requirements for media accreditation?

A. A completed Media Accreditation application form; valid photo/press identification.