Identity Week 2020 reveals new initiatives


The organisers of leading industry event Identity Week 2020 plan to introduce new initatives next year as the show aims to deliver more content and insights to attendees.

The initatives at the event, which will take place at ExCeL, London on the 23 - 24 September 2020, include two in-focus summits, the Traveller Identity Summit and Re-imagining IAM Summit.

Another will give invites to 60 start-up companies as part of its innovative Start Up Zone.

A third initiative will give 500 free government passes to government departments attending from Middle East, Africa, Latin America and Asia.

The organisers also aim to attract 3,500 atendees, 250 exhibitors, while also featuring 200 speakers. In addition, 100+ specialist exhibitors are already signed up to attend

To book your full-access conference pass and save 70%, click here. Or to download a prospectus, see here.

To sponsor or exhibit, see here.

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