Hybrid or Virtual – The tomorrow 2021 – Front & Center Stage with a Brand New Logo!
The , or simply: the tomorrow 2021, will take front and center stage on October 20th and 21st in Wiesbaden, located in the immediate vicinity of Frankfurt/Main Airport, Germany.
The goal: A hybrid business event with integrated conference. Today, the organization team of the tomorrow 2021 is proud to present the brand new event logo! A committed signal for the start of a new sustainable event concept.
The VIRTUAL tomorrow 2021: A Brand New Virtual Platform
This year, the tomorrow 2021 will take place as a hybrid event – both live and virtual. The stand-alone virtual event will be “globally broadcast” alongside the live event. The virtual event will be held on a brand new digital platform in 2021, fulfilling the latest expectations for virtual and interactive exhibition experiences. Participating live in the virtual exhibition and contacting exhibitors directly is the plan for interactive success.
Objective of the Virtual Event:
Quick access, good overview and dissemination of information for visitors in the form of webinars, livestreams, round tables and discussion rooms. Another highlight of the digital event is the easy-to-use communication modules on the virtual platform. Live chat, meetings, leaving contact details, social media contacts or the classic contact information are all part of the experience.
Live on Stage: Welcome to Wiesbaden!
The will be integrated into the . Conclusion: Every exhibition participant can attend the lectures with the exhibition ticket. Exhibitors and visitors alike benefit from this easy access to the conference – a win-win situation for both sides.
Coming Soon: Hygiene Concept
The new will be finalized in the next few weeks. With this new concept, the event will be more flexible and the foundation of the concept is based on your vaccination status. Whether you are tested negative, have already been vaccinated, or have recovered – the goal is to provide a safe environment for business networking and interactions.