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Commsverse 2021: Know Before You Go

Commsverse 2021: Know Before You Go

Commsverse 2021 starts in just a few days time, on September 15th and 16th. Here are 6 things you need to know before you attend:

1. Tickets

The easiest way to access your tickets is via the Just Attend app, available on both the iOS App Store and the Google Play Store. This app also contains your agenda and other conference information.

2. Negative COVID-19 Test Result

You need to be able to show a negative test result for entry to Commsverse. There are no on-site testing facilities so make sure you have performed the test within 48 hours and bring proof of result with you. Check Commsverse Live for the very latest information and any updates.

3. Parking

Parking is free – follow the signs on entry or as directed. The postcode is KT13 0SL.

4. Bring with you

Masks are not mandatory but you should bring one with you even if you are not planning on wearing it throughout the conference. There will be times when traffic volume is high and you may wish to wear one. You should bring a refillable water bottle and hand sanitiser. Check Commsverse Live for the very latest information and any updates.

5. Travel Light

There are no cloakroom facilities so think carefully about what you pack as you’ll be carrying it around during the day!

6. Before you arrive

Your conference badge has different graphics on each side, enabling you to indicate whether you are ready for handshakes and hugs, or would rather remain socially distant. Similarly, there are different seating options depending on how you feel. Have a think before you arrive about what you are most comfortable with, and remember you can change your mind as many times as you look throughout the conference – just flip that badge over!

Attending? Say Hi! Not Attending? Follow online!

If you’re going to be at Commsverse in person, please come and say hello. If you’re not, make sure to subscribe to my YouTube channel because that’s where I’m going to be covering as much of the event as I can, and making sure you experience as much of it remotely as possible.

Written by Tom Morgan

Tom is a Microsoft Teams Platform developer and Microsoft MVP who has been blogging for over a decade. Find out more.
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