We are pleased to introduce to you our brand-new event called Project Controls Expo Virtual

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We are pleased to introduce to you our brand-new event called Project Controls Expo Virtual

We are pleased to introduce to you our brand-new event called Project Controls Expo Virtual.

  A new global virtual platform, which will bring the same high-quality networking, learning & knowledge sharing opportunities, but in a digital and interactive format. Creating an environment as close as possible to our physical Expo experience.

From 16th to 19th November 2020, this four-day event will have in excess of 250 sessions running ‘round the clock’ to cover every time zone, and over 200 partners from across the globe with a potential of over 5000 delegates, thus creating the perfect connecting opportunity with peers, prospects, and experts from across the globe. All this for only 40 USD.

It is important to highlight that this new event is in addition to our other pre-existing Expo events in the UK, Australia, and Malaysia. Events that are still scheduled to go ahead in 2021.