Covid-19: Intertraffic Amsterdam postponed until 2022

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The organisers of Intertraffic Amsterdam have released a statement today (Wednesday 9 December 2020) confirming that their flagship event, which had already been postponed by one year from April 2020 to March 2021, will now be delayed by a further year, due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

The statement reads: “The March 2021 edition of Intertraffic Amsterdam has been rescheduled and will now take place from 29 March to 1 April 2022.

“The Covid-19 pandemic continues to affect countries globally. Given recent announcements on the timeline for vaccine deployment, rescheduling Intertraffic offers the potential of a back-to-normal event with a large scale international standard. With our new dates,  in line with the industry calendar and our spring time frame, we are confident Intertraffic can live up to expectations.”

Joyce de Winter, Exhibition Manager of Intertraffic Amsterdam adds: ”We eagerly anticipate to reunite the Intertraffic community face-to-face in Amsterdam in March 2022. These new dates give us confidence to tick all the boxes again. As 2022 happens to coincide with our 50th Intertraffic brand anniversary, we look forward to pulling out all the stops. In the meantime, we will provide our community with complementary formats to connect, share knowledge, network and do business. Though in-person contact is irreplaceable, virtual proximity can open new doors in anticipation of our industry reunion in 2022. We will shortly launch our online event, due to be broadcasted in March 2021.”

Intertraffic Live & Online will be on air in March 2021 and will reach out to Intertraffic’s entire 70,000 member strong global community. The new virtual and online format is set out to drive business, providing a mix of engaging components, such as expert sessions, solution pitches, best practices and start-up opportunities. A full-fledged intelligent matchmaking programme is integrated to stimulate valuable new connections.

 

 

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