SDN NFV World Congress organisers Layer123, confirm a two year contract extension with World Forum The Hague

In October 2018 and 2019 approx 2,000 executives will again join The World’s leading and largest meeting place for the carrier Network Transformation industry at World Forum The Hague after two successful editions in 2016 and 2017. Launched in the spring of 2012 - the first global SDN conference – SDN NFV World Congress is the industry leading debating forum and showcase for the rapidly growing and massively influential, Software-Defined Networking and Network Functions Virtualisation industries. Hosting 2,000 executives, decision makers, leaders and activists meet, learn and exchange knowledge face-to-face in The Hague. The congress is organised by Layer123, a new generation business information and networking service provider, specialising in enabling knowledge exchange between network strategy professionals.

IT, Tech and Telecom sector

The Hague’s IT, Tech and Telecom sector is characterized by the large presence of global and local companies, research institutes, educational institutes, small and medium enterprises and suppliers in this sector. Global and regional headquarters of many recognizable names in the industry are supported by a dynamic variety of support services in the immediate region.

Brand new exhibition space

World Forum will offer a fantastic home for the conference and with its recent investments including a brand new exhibition space it offers an amazing showcase area for the latest technologies, new product launches, and industry services from around the world.  “We are extremely proud that World Forum The Hague is the hosting venue again for SDN NFV World Congress in 2018 and 2019. The Hague’s Telecom sector is one of the main business clusters of the city. It is fantastic to see that our local excellence and knowledge in this field gives a great community for conferences on this subject in The Hague” says Kirsten Vosmer, Commercial Manager at World Forum The Hague.  

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