TCCA reporte la date du CCW à novembre 2021

With international travel restrictions that will certainly continue to have an impact in the spring, Critical Communications World 2021 has been postponed to November 3 - 5 of this year.

The event will still take place at the Feria de Madrid, otherwise known as IFEMA.

As the duration of the COVID-19 pandemic turned out to be much longer than anticipated, the TCCA board unanimously agreed to postpone the CCW to November 2021 in order to ensure the safety of participants and the success of the event. 'event.

TCCA CEO Tony Gray said: “Everyone involved in Critical Communications World should be able to prepare for the event with confidence. They need to be reassured that plans will not change, that travel costs will not be wasted and, most importantly, that they will be safe. "
“CCW is the largest trade fair for the critical communications industry. He will continue to bring our entire industry ecosystem together and set the agenda for the future of critical communications. "
“It is clearly a difficult time, and we are grateful to all for their continued patience and support during this reorganization. We have huge expectations for CCW 2021, and we expect it to be one of the most successful and enjoyable events in its history ”

With that in mind, the CCW team will use the extra time they have until November 2021 to identify areas where the event can be further improved.

This will include lessons learned from Critical Communication week which provided 4 visitors with a unique online experience for the industry. All the content of this event is still available.

All existing CCW 2021 bookings will automatically roll over to the new dates, and a team member will be in contact with exhibitors in the coming days to answer any questions.

Visitors to CCW 2021 will benefit from three days of cutting-edge content, including expert-led masterclasses and presentations at various conferences. The show's exhibit, meanwhile, will see top critical communications companies bringing their novelties to decision makers around the world.