1st December 2020, 01:30am GMT (09:30am CST)
Helium Shortage 3.0, clean fuels, and digitisation have all been pressing talking points in the global industrial gases business in 2020 – a year so dominated and affected by the ongoing coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic.
We’ve seen business travel and trade restrictions enforced, challenges emerge in how we all conduct our business, and events fall by the wayside across the globe at the hands of the pandemic. This has been the new normal for us all.
Against this backdrop, gasworld launched its own dedicated webinars platform to keep the industrial gas discussion and debate moving forward – and keep us all as connected as ever. Now, we’re taking this digital community even further with the launch of gasworld’s first ever virtual event.
Both a response to the curtailment of conventional meetings in person and a bridge to the resumption of our own successful international events in 2021, this premiere virtual conference will address all of the year’s talking points and focus on a region that unites so many of these hot topics – the Asia-Pacific.
From being at the forefront of integrating digital mindsets and technologies in the industry to accelerating investments in clean energies, the region and its many emerging economies are a hotbed of activity and largely sum up what the industrial gases business is today.
At gasworld’s Virtual Event this December – titled Asia-Pacific: Realising New Market Opportunities & Supply Chains – we provide the forum for discussion and debate of the topics that matter most to your business, as well as the opportunity to engage in cutting-edge virtual networking.
Much like gasworld’s in-person events, virtual conferences are built around an extensive agenda that includes keynotes, sessions, breakouts, and more.
When attending a gasworld virtual event you can expect one-to-one live chat and video meetings, live sessions and presentations, integrated social media channels as well as ‘real time’ delegate networking features. There are no limitations on interactivity.
Join us on December 1st as we close the door on 2020 and look ahead to a resurgent 2021!