CCW 2022 organisers predict high visitor numbers

CCW 2022 takes place 21-23 June at the Vienna Messe
CCW 2022 organisers predict high visitor numbers

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The organisers of Critical Communications World 2022 are anticipating a 60 per cent increase in visitor numbers compared to last year’s show. The figures are derived from pre-registration activity on the event website.

According to organiser Mark Allen Exhibitions, CCW 2022 – which takes place in Vienna in June - "will likely see the largest number of visitors since the show’s 2018 iteration, when it was located in Berlin. Visitor numbers are currently tracking up 34 per cent on that event, which was one of the best attended CCWs in the whole of its history."

"Taking place over the course of three days, Critical Communications World consists of a conference and exhibition, featuring some of the most important thought leaders and biggest companies in the industry. Show features for this year also include in depth Focus Forums, the Government Authorities Global Village, as well the International Critical Communications Awards, which take place on the evening of the first day."

Mark Allen Exhibitions managing director, Tim Willoughby, said: “Taking place in the final phase of the COVID-19 pandemic, last year’s CCW illustrated the importance and enduring popularity of the show. We anticipated that many from across the global sector would turn out as soon as it was possible to do so, and that is exactly what happened.

“As pleased as we were last year however, 2022 looks to be an even better – possibly even record breaking – year. It’s a crucial, fascinating, time for the critical communications sector, and we can’t wait to see what lies in store in Vienna.

CCW 2022 takes place 21-23 June at the Vienna Messe, Austria.

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