Concerns around the delta variant of Covid-19 have spurred the decision to postpone the annual T3 Advisor Conference until 2022.
“We are currently in the process of pushing the T3 conference from fall 2021 into spring 2022,” said Technology Tools for Today president Joel Bruckenstein in an email announcement. “In the essence of time and respect for the effort and cost associated with planning your participation, we wanted to send this message as soon as a decision to postpone was made.”
New dates will be announced in the next week or so, once the convention center and hotel in Denton, Texas, confirms that T3 conference can lock in its desired dates in May or June of 2022.
The in-person event was going to take place from Sept. 27 to Oct. 1 at the Denton Convention Center.
“We are truly sorry for this disruption and change in plans,” Bruckenstein said. “I know that we were all looking forward to getting back together, in person, this fall, but the consensus is that this is the best course of action right now.”
Over a year has gone by since the coronavirus pandemic shuttered doors to in-person conferences, and the industry responded accordingly by converting most live events into virtual experiences.
There was hope for the industry to meet face-to-face again as Covid-19 vaccines were being distributed across the country, but the continuing concerns about coronavirus transmission have forced some to make the decision to postpone.
Other in-person industry conferences scheduled for this Fall like Riskalyze 2021 Fearless Investing Summit, Orion Ascent 2021, and Snappy Kraken’s Jolt Conference, have not announced any plans to postpone.
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