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This year’s Strictly Highways event will be delivered virtually and is set to feature all the elements that delegates and exhibitors are used to including a conference, networking and the DfT Special Recognition Awards.
You can now register to attend this year’s event here.
Strictly Highways brings together the whole highways community, including councils, the Department for Transport (DfT), academia, industry associations, the supply chain and media. The event enables everyone to learn about new innovation and technology, share experiences, receive updates from the DfT and showcases the industry associations.
The conference will be delivered via a bespoke virtual platform and once registered, delegates will be provided with a login that can be used to access sessions.
A wide range of sponsorship and exhibition opportunities are available and you can find out more about them here.
There will be an opportunity to submit award applications and also an opportunity for speaking slots. Further information on the award application process and speaking slots will be published in the coming weeks.
In order to ensure that our exhibitors and sponsors receive maximum exposure and value, LCRIG will be organising pre-booked video calls with delegates of their choice. This means that Strictly Highways will run for two weeks (with the two day conference taking place during the two weeks). The reason for the extra eight days is to enable LCRIG to work on behalf of all our exhibitors and sponsors to facilitate the scheduling of video calls.
We are asking for confirmations from delegates that they are attending and also their permission to share their job title and organisation for the sponsors and exhibitors to select who they would like to visit their stand.
LCRIG will also be sending delegates the list of exhibitors and sponsors for them to be able to select which organisations they would like to visit virtually.
The two day conference will take place on 06 and 07 October with the Strictly Networking event running from the 04 – 15 October 2021.
The overarching theme for this year’s Strictly Highways event will be focused on delivering practical solutions to help councils reach net zero.