The pandemic has affected all of humanity and takes no cognisance of race, creed or geography. While the situation does appear to be coming under control, in India and around the world, it will be a few months before trade and travel begins to approach a sense of normalcy.
That being the case, and considering the safety and security of its partners, exhibitors, delegates, dignitaries and attendees as being of paramount importance, Convergence India is rescheduling the 28th Convergence India expo to 20 – 22 October 2020 at Pragati Maidan, New Delhi, India. This will allow participants enough time for planning and to make logistic arrangements.
This will, follow and exceed, all the stipulated guidelines to ensure the safety and security of all participants during the show. The company is of the firm belief that nothing can replace the face-to-face interaction that the platform provides, which people are starved for at this time. It believes that the industry will appreciate a platform as a show of strength and as a way to look ahead with optimism & positivity. The 28th Convergence India 2020 expo will be an increasingly important platform to compensate for the slowdown caused by this pandemic.