TWENTY2X, the new trade fair for digital technology, cannot take place in 2020 due to the increasingly critical situation surrounding the Covid-19 pandemic.
Hannover. This year there will be no premiere of TWENTY2X, the B2B event for IT decision-makers from small and medium-sized companies in the DACH region. Comprehensive travel restrictions, bans on gatherings and curfews make planning and staging TWENTY2X impossible for organizers, exhibitors and visitors. Furthermore, it is not possible to predict how long these measures will last, since experts agree that the spread of the coronavirus will remain the dominant issue even in the summer months.
Human life and health are top priorities, but the corona crisis is also affecting most industries as well. Declining demand and sales are distressing the economy, resulting in supply bottlenecks, production stops and reduced working hours.
“Times of crisis call for a high level of responsibility, flexibility and pragmatic action. As operators of a global marketplace, we are now assuming this responsibility in the interest of our employees, customers and partners as well as the city of Hannover and the state of Lower Saxony. We will not stage TWENTY2X as planned in mid-June 2020,” said Dr. Andreas Gruchow, Member of the Managing Board, Deutsche Messe AG.
TWENTY2X will premiere from 9 to 11 March 2021 at the exhibition center in Hannover.
TWENTY2X is an annual, three-day B2B event serving IT decision-makers from small and medium-sized companies from the DACH region. TWENTY2X focuses on how IT technologies, applications and business processes drive digital transformation in SMEs. The event features an exhibition as well as a conference and networking. The main topics are business management, security solutions, new tech (including startups), new work, sourcing services, and public administration. More information is available at www.twenty2x.de .