Confex 2021, A Time For The Event Industry To Reconnect

Confex 2021

International Confex 2021 nearly here, providing there are no adverse rule changes from the UK Government. The current lockdown rules are due to be relaxed on 21st June, though there is talk of possible delays. Never the less, excitement for the show is building, and with good reason. It’s a fair while since fellow professionals have been able to meet together.

The 38 year old Confex show is due to take place between 22-23 June 2021. For those who are not familiar, it’s where the event industry gathers to connect and learn. To quote the official website

In 2021, the need for a community will be more important than ever and International Confex will be where the conversations that shape the future of our industry take place.

International Confex offers the opportunity for visitors to immerse themselves in the heart of the industry and learn from one another. Central to the show is the free to attend conference programme offering expert training for event professionals of all levels and experience across 8 content streams.

On the 8th June, Meetings and Conference World took a look at what to expect at the show, International Confex: building back better

In the lead up to the show Jessica Ansell, marketing director, Informa; and Heather Lishman, association director, ABPCO, tell me about the move back to an in-person event and what the key themes will be at this year’s show.

At the beginning of May, Exhibition News discussed some of the keynote speakers, International Confex reveals Keynote highlights.

Back in February, Mash Media posted a video to YouTube that talks about the advantages of attending the show…

Twitter has plenty of tweets regarding the show, here’s a live list of the latest that use the hashtag #confex2021. Refresh often to see all the new ones…


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For those attending, I would highly recommend you read and observe the events Covid safety measures. Please don’t forget you will be required to show a negative test result.

With luck, I’ll see you there!