FAQs

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When and where will CCWeek take place?

CCWeek will take place from 2-6 November 2020 and is an entirely virtual event, enabling you to connect, engage and learn from wherever you are in the world.
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Who should attend CCWeek?

CCWeek is a must-attend event for all professionals working in critical communications across all organisation types and sectors. It is the perfect opportunity for the crit comms ecosystem to network, participate, exchange knowledge and drive the industry forwards.
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How much does it cost to attend CCWeek?

The virtual conference and exhibition are both completely free to attend and participate in, across all five days.
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How do I attend CCWeek?

CCWeek will be open for registration approximately one to two months prior to the event. After registering, you will be given access to the virtual event site, where you can build your visitor profile. Building a strong profile will offer you a variety of benefits, including allowing speakers/exhibitors to better understand who you are, as well as your interests and needs. It will also enable you to connect with AI-recommended speakers/exhibitors. You must log in to your profile to book onto our range of conference sessions, panel discussions or roundtables, and create your personal agenda.
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How do I exhibit at CCWeek?

CCWeek's virtual platform offers a variety of cutting-edge features that are beneficial for suppliers looking for increased exposure to the sector and wanting to connect with their market. Click here to find out more or get in touch with our sales team.
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Who is exhibiting/speaking at CCWeek?

The CCWeek team is currently working hard to put together a strong conference agenda consisting of diverse, future-oriented and relevant content. Stay tuned for further details on our growing list of exhibitors and our conference programme.
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How can I stay up to date on CCWeek?

Fill out our register interest form to join our mailing list and stay up to date with show developments including speaker and exhibitor announcements. In addition, you can follow our supporting event, Critical Communications World, on LinkedIn and Twitter for all CCWeek updates.
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I've been receiving emails from external companies. Are they legitimate?

Here at MA Exhibitions (organisers of CCWeek), we have become aware of a series of fraudulent emails to speakers and exhibitors from companies claiming to be officially partnered with the show, offering marketing services and/or access to the show's data. We are not in any way affiliated with these companies and advise you to ignore their emails and avoid clicking on any links contained within them. Your security is important to us, so if you're unsure whether or not an email you have received is fraudulent, please get in touch and we'd be happy to verify it for you. We would also like to reassure you that we do not release, sell or share any data related to CCWeek with any outside parties.
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My question is not listed here. Whom do I contact?

Visit our Contact Us page to submit an enquiry to a member of our team.