TCCA has announced a new dedicated online event that will bring together the critical communications ecosystem in an unprecedented week of live and on-demand content and creativity.
Critical Communications Week will run from 2-6 November 2020, following the decision to reschedule Critical Communications World to 8-10 June 2021 at the IFEMA in Madrid.
“With the continued uncertainty around travel, and given the current business climate, this new online event presents a superb opportunity to spotlight our sector,” said Tony Gray, TCCA Chief Executive. “Even though many countries are looking to gradually return to business as usual, we are concerned about the impact that holding Critical Communications World this year would have on exhibitors’ and sponsors’ budgets. However, not having an event in 2020 is not an option. CCW brings the critical communications ecosystem together like no other occasion and sets the agenda for the months ahead.
“We are therefore delighted to announce, after consultation with our exhibitors, TCCA’s Board and event managers MA Exhibitions, that this year we will be launching Critical Communications Week online, from 2-6 November 2020. This unrivalled global collaborative event will enable all in our ecosystem to network, learn, share, exhibit, demonstrate, innovate, and participate in the ongoing debates around what really matters in the advancement of critical communications.”
The online event will enable participation in cutting edge presentations, discussions in real time, and access to the products and services that underpin critical communications services worldwide.
At the same time, content will also be stored and regularly updated in the runup to CCW 2021 in Madrid, providing an invaluable resource, a strong foundation for next year’s event and a permanent platform to showcase the critical communications world.