CCW Pushed to November, Conference Sessions Now Free
Wednesday, March 18, 2020 | Comments

Critical Communications World (CCW) 2020 has been postponed to 3 – 5 November in Madrid. The global conference was originally scheduled for 17 – 19 June in Madrid.

“We want you to get the most value out of the show and make the best connections possible,” a statement from the conference organizer said. “By moving to these new dates, you will still benefit from the insightful learning, new technology and invaluable networking opportunities that CCW has provided each year.”

The group said conference sessions will be free to attend for the first time. The event also includes master classes and an exhibition with leading critical communications companies in the world doing business with decision-makers from across the globe.

TCCA owns CCW, which has been running for more than 20 years. 

“The decision to reschedule was an obvious one given the current situation,” said Tony Gray, TCCA chief executive. “We have received huge support, from our event organizers Mark Allen Exhibitions, the IFEMA venue in Madrid, exhibitors and speakers, and we are confident that the success of CCW 2020 will not be affected by the date change. The first day of the event, 3 November, is actually the last day of our 25th anniversary year, so you can be sure there will be a lot to celebrate.”

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