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World Bio Markets and SynBio Markets postponed to March 2021.

Earlier this year with the world rapidly closing down in response to Covid-19 and gatherings of more than 100 people officially banned in The Netherlands it became clear that it would be impossible to run World Bio Markets on the originally scheduled dates in March. We rescheduled the event to early November, more than seven months later, in the hope that this would allow enough time for normality to resume and for us to deliver a positive and well attended event, and took the opportunity to add further value for our participants through the co-location of SynBio Markets and by launching WBM Connect.

Since then we have been carefully monitoring the situation.  Despite general improvement, international travel is currently severely affected by changing quarantine rules, many companies have on-going travel plans in place, and we are aware of understandable personal health concerns.  Although there are still nine weeks until the event, we feel the uncertainty is too great to go ahead with the November dates and through consultation with sponsors, speakers and partners there is an agreed consensus that it would be more beneficial to postpone for a second and final time to March 2021.

Further details will follow, but it will be held at the same venue, the Passenger Terminal in Amsterdam, on March 29th – 31st 2021.

We would like to thank take this opportunity to sincerely thank all members of the community for your understanding and support in this difficult time.

This is not a decision we have made lightly. We are a small independent company dedicated solely to the bio industry and our relationship with every single of our partners like you is very important to us.  If you would like any further information please do not hesitate to contact us.

Make full use of WBM Connect!

 The WBM Connect platform is visited daily by World Bio Markets registrants and we are delighted to know that new conversations and connections are taking place despite the lack of face-to-face meetings.  Additionally, we are proud to bring you the WBM Connect Broadcast series – mini online sessions delivered to you wherever you are in the world, featuring top World Bio Markets speakers.  If you are yet to confirm you WBM Connect membership and take advantage of the features, please contact rosie@biomarketinsights.com.

Interactivity

 With physical events currently on pause, we have strengthened our webinar portfolio and have the following confirmed for broadcast in the next month.

 And most of all … a huge thank you for your support

We would like to thank take this opportunity to sincerely thank all members of the community for your understanding and support in this difficult time.

This is not a decision we have made lightly. We are a small independent company dedicated solely to the bio industry and our relationship with every single of our partners like you is very important to us.

We feel that by Spring 2021 the world will be happy to return to physical, real events and that the 15th annual World Bio Markets will be as popular and important as ever. If you would like to be a part of it – contact us today to discuss how.

Alex, Luke, Rosie, Ryan, Liz and Tom


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