VB2021 localhost

Due to the ever-shifting global health and travel situation, VB has taken the tough decision to cancel the in-person version of VB2021 in Prague.

We had really hoped to be able to host an in-person event this year, but with the situation around the global pandemic still so unpredictable we simply can’t guarantee that it will be possible – or safe – in October to bring people from all over the world together under one roof, or to do so in a way that wouldn’t significantly lessen the VB conference experience.

Instead, we are very excited to announce the second VB localhost conference, building on the tremendous success of VB2020 localhost.

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VB2021 localhost will take place 7-8 October 2021.

The call for papers has been extended until 21 April, so there's plenty of time to get your proposals in.

If, like us, you were looking forward to visiting Prague, don't worry, VB2022 will take place in Prague: 28-30 September 2022.

We are super excited about the second edition of VB localhost and will be working hard in the coming weeks and months to bring you another unmissable event complete with live broadcasts, an on-demand library of presentations, a dedicated chat channel and more.

VB2021 localhost is partnered by:

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Whether you are interested in increasing brand recognition, generating leads or recruiting from our audience (or even have a parallel event in mind), there are lots of exciting opportunities to partner with VB2021.

Contact Allison at Virus Bulletin on allison.sketchley@virusbulletin.com to discuss your goals, check availability and secure your opportunities of choice for VB localhost.

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