Critical Communications World rescheduled for November
Critical Communications World 2020 has been rescheduled from June to 3–5 November due to the current circumstances around COVID-19. The venue will remain the same — the Feria de Madrid (IFEMA) in Madrid, Spain.
“Critical Communications World is the largest and most important show in its sector, and we are looking forward to it going ahead this November,” said Tony Gray, TCCA’s Chief Executive.
“It is critically important that we prioritise the wellbeing of all those connected with the event, and that is our number one concern. CCW will continue to bring the entire industry ecosystem together, setting the agenda for the future of critical communications.
“This is clearly a difficult time, and we are grateful to everyone for their continued patience and support as we reorganise,” Gray added.
“We have huge expectations for CCW 2020, and fully expect it to be one of the most successful shows in the history of the event.”
CCW 2020 will comprise three days of content including expert-led masterclasses and conference presentations, the latter of which will be free to attend for the first time.
The show’s exhibition will see critical communications companies doing business with decision-makers from across the globe.
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