Busworld Prepares for a ‘Bumper’ October Exhibition in Brussels

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Busworld Europe is preparing to host the first international live trade show for bus and coach industry in 2021. This next edition of Busworld Europe will take place in Brussels Expo from 9 to 14 October 2021. Busworld will be ready to host the physical kick-off to this long awaited event. The bus and coach sector  has been and still is suffering severely from the Covid-19 crisis. But there is light at the end of the tunnel and the world of bus and coach industry will be ready to relaunch its activities in a safe and sound manner thanks to the availability of Covid-19 vaccines. In addition, Busworld will also be celebrating its 50th birthday!

In assuring a safe business platform, the organiser’s spokesperson said: “This first live international bus and coach trade show, Busworld Brussels 2021, will be fully supported by its exhibitors. The safety of the exhibiting staff and the visiting professionals remains the main priority for the organization. Busworld, in close collaboration with Brussels Expo, will absolutely guarantee a safe environment where all bus and coach people from around the world can meet, do business, learn and network in the best possible circumstances.”

Busworld has asked assistance from a Covid-19 advisor, Prof. dr. Peter Messiaen – Professor Virology at Hasselt University & Head of Department of Infectious Diseases in Virga hospital in Belgium – and is convinced the prospects are positive to have a great Busworld event in 10 months’ time. The organization emphasizes that due to the highly effective vaccines that have been developed and the ongoing vaccination campaigns around the world, nothing stands in the way of travelling to Brussels in October. A video interview with Prof. dr. Peter Messiaen is available on the Busworld TV YouTube channel (CLICK TO SEE THE VIDEO HERE).

Mieke Glorieux, Managing Director of Busworld Europe is very convinced: “Every day of the next 277 days is one day closer to Busworld Europe 2021. Together we’ll celebrate the relaunch of the industry and Busworld’s 50th anniversary!”

Apart from having extra digital possibilities for online visitors, Busworld will invest in making its 50th birthday edition extra special and well worth visiting live, even more than before. As its exhibitors invest in their participation, Busworld will invest in its live experience.

Busworld started its journey in 1971 and has completed 50 years of success. It’s the most recognized international exhibition in the world exclusively for the bus and coach industry. The mother exhibition is Busworld Europe with a worldwide coverage. Other current satellite exhibitions in 2021 are North America, Central Asia and Southeast Asia. In 2022 Turkey, India and Russia are on the agenda.

 

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