Hillhead Digital pushed back three weeks

By |  January 6, 2021

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Hillhead Digital is being moved back three weeks to allow for the longer lead times that are anticipated as a result of the new national lockdown in the United Kingdom.

The decision to reschedule the show for March 30-31 was made following consultation with exhibitors and speakers.

“We appreciate that with schools now closed until at least half-term and much of the workforce working from home until the end of February, it makes sense to build in some more time to allow the industry to get the most from Hillhead Digital at the end of March,” says Richard Bradbury, show director of Hillhead.

According to QMJ Group, which manages Hillhead, more than 250 exhibitors already confirmed their participation in Hillhead Digital, with the digital platform being demonstrated to customers later in January and on track to go live in mid-March.

Hillhead Digital is free to attend. It will include 60 seminars over two days, providing access to suppliers and networking opportunities.

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