By Claus Hetting, Wi-Fi NOW CEO Chairman
UPDATED January 17:
We’re excited to announce that Wi-Fi World Congress in-person events are back in 2022: On May 16-18 we’re going to Cancún, Mexico for three great days of all things Wi-Fi. Mexico is restriction free – meaning there are no medical or testing requirements to enter the country. We’re delighted to welcome the Americas & Caribbean Region and the world to Cancún – so make your plans now! Then this fall we will be taking the Wi-Fi World Congress to Stockholm, Sweden (also expected to be restriction-free) – dates still to be announced.
The in-person Wi-Fi World Congress is back with a vengeance in 2022 and our first stop will be Cancún, Mexico on May 16-18! Mexico is restriction-free*, which means for the first time since the restrictions began we will be able to welcome EVERYONE across the world to a Wi-Fi World Congress event regardless of what your medical status is and where you are from. EVERYONE is welcome – and we sincerely hope you will take this opportunity to join us.
Access our Wi-Fi World Congress Americas webpage and ticket portal here!
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Then on September 26-28 we’re taking the in-person Wi-Fi World Congress to another of our favourite locations – also restriction-free – and that’s Stockholm, Sweden. Stockholm is one of the world’s most beautiful and dynamic cities with plenty of local telecoms and IT presence and Sweden has (famously) been lockdown-free throughout the past two years, so this one was a no-brainer. The location will be the Hotel Birger Jarl in central Stockholm.
If you’re interested in participating in any of the events – with a speaking slot and/or expo presence – contact me now. Many of the slots are already reserved – so don’t delay – do it now.
*Caveat: We of course have no way of knowing whether restrictions will be introduced. But since both Mexico and Sweden have consistently been restriction-free during the past two years, we believe this is highly unlikely.