Event organiser Karena Cooper said: “This was a very difficult decision as HVACR Live was set to be a fantastic event and unlike anything we’ve done before. However, with a large percentage of International exhibitors now unable to attend, we cannot commit to running a show which is clearly reduced and will not meet customer satisfaction levels. So many people have worked so hard to make it something special. We are in contact with all companies involved and are working to provide positive outcomes and on-going support right through until next year’s event.”
Since the UK’s exit from the EU there have been an outstanding number of global companies signing up to take part in HVACR Live. Despite this postponement the show is shaping up to have truly multinational representation as companies plan to launch their business into the UK market.
Following advice from the World Health Organisation (WHO), the Department of Health and Social Care and Public Health England, its business as usual, but in light of the global mix of our exhibitors, Datateam Business Media has postponed HVACR Live with the aim of serving and representing the industry more effectively in 2021. The outbreak of Coronavirus is very concerning and the health, safety and wellbeing of our visitors and exhibitors is our number one priority.
Event director Paul Ryder said: “We are working with our partners to ensure that we bring a truly exciting HVACR Live event to the industry in 2021.”
The event is to be re-scheduled in Spring 2021 and the new dates will be announced shortly.
For questions relating to this announcement please contact Karena Cooper: KCooper@datateam.co.uk