The decision is based on industry feedback and after carefully analysing the situation across the country, especially in the state of Maharashtra.
Anuj Mathur, Chief Operating Officer of Reed Exhibitions India, said “The health and safety of our exhibitors and visitors is of paramount importance to Reed Exhibitions. We have taken the decision to postpone our 2020 event so that the next time we meet we will be able to offer a fantastic live event which will include a consistent and coherent programme of enhanced health and safety measures to provide assurance and confidence to our customers.’’
The next edition of India Big 7 is scheduled from 26 to 28 August 2021 at Bombay Exhibition Centre (BEC), Mumbai.
Reed Exhibitions is a leading global events business. It combines face-to-face with data and digital tools to help customers learn about markets, source products and complete transactions at over 500 events in almost 30 countries across 43 industry sectors, attracting more than 7 million participants. The Events, organised by 35 global offices, leverage industry expertise, large data sets and technology to enable customers to generate billions of dollars of revenues for the economic development of local markets and national economies around the world.
Reed Exhibitions is part of RELX, a global provider of information and analytics for professional and business customers across industries.