Computex 2021’s Physical Onsite Show has been Cancelled – Virtual Event to Continue

Computex 2021's Physical Onsite Show has been Cancelled - Virtual Event to Continue

Computex 2021’s Physical Onsite Show has been Cancelled – Virtual Event to Continue

TAITRA promised to deliver a full Computex trade show in 2021, hoping that the COVID-19 pandemic would be under control before June. It has become clear that the world will not be ready for large-scale international trade events by then, despite the progress made with vaccine distribution in recent months. 

In a short press release, which is quoted below, TAITRA confirmed that Computex 2021’s physical exhibition had been cancelled. Computex’s online component will continue to take place this May/June, becoming the trade show’s primary focus. 

Computex will not be back in a physical form until 2022, assuming that COVID-19 is under control this time next year.  

  

     With another wave of coronavirus pandemic across the world, it doesn’t look like we are close to the end. The majority of the show’s stakeholders, including international exhibitors, visitors, and media, cannot join the show due to border control. Therefore, the organizers of COMPUTEX have decided to cancel the onsite exhibition this year.

Computex 2021's Physical Onsite Show has been Cancelled - Virtual Event to Continue  

While Computex 2021 will not be taking place physically, the event’s online component will allow the show’s participants to continue to showcase their latest products. Unlike last year, Computex has a plan B, allowing technology enthusiasts to continue to enjoy everything that Computex has to offer, albeit in a digital-only form. 

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