We are happy to announce the new dates for the 2020 TechXchange: Smart Manufacturing. The event will now take place on June 9th, 2020.
The entire program with all of our speakers, sessions, timings and formats will remain the same. The venue will remain the same. The only change is the program date. And your ticket will be transferred automatically to the new date.
We will work even harder to improve the summit experience as we all hunker down and ride out this unforeseeable inconvenience.
UPDATE POSTED 3/13/20
Due to ongoing concerns about the coronavirus (COVID-19), ISG has decided to postpone the upcoming TechXchange: Smart Manufacturing event, scheduled to take place in Chicago on April 20th & 21st, 2020. We will be communicating new dates shortly.
Ensuring the health and safety of our attendees, speakers, sponsors, and staff remains our highest priority. While this decision has not been taken lightly, we believe it is the right one given the evolving public and the close proximity of the date.
UPDATE POSTED 3/2/20
The World Health Organization (WHO) continues to keep all of us informed about the recent outbreak of coronavirus.
Our current status with regard to the COVID-19 virus remains unchanged. Our top priority remains the health and safety of event attendees, speakers, sponsors, and staff. It is important to note that the Federal government has assessed the public health risk in the United States as low; however, we are continuously monitoring these alerts as the situation evolves, in order to ensure the health and safety of our attendees.
We will exercise the following cautions while on-site at the ISG TechXchange: Smart Manufacturing, in partnership with The Radisson Aqua Blu Hotel:
The Radisson Aqua Blu is taking proactive measures to ensure the venue is prepared to prevent the spread of germs. In addition to the existing cleaning and sanitation schedule, The Westin is increasing the frequency of cleanings and taking extra care to sanitize railings, doorknobs, handles, elevator buttons, restroom surfaces, counters, and tabletops.
We are reminding everyone to wash their hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds and to use the alcohol-based hand sanitizer provided If soap and water are not immediately available. People are also encouraged to avoid touching their eyes, nose, and mouth to avoid the spread of germs.
We are promoting a handshake free meeting – a wave or fist bump would be just as effective!