New date for Procurex Wales
Due to the coronavirus, Procurex Wales has moved from Wednesday 18 march to Thursday 24 September.
Procurex Wales 2020 was due to take place on the 18 March at the Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff. This was due to be followed by the Go Awards Wales at the Mercure Holland Hotel, Cardiff.
Due to the ongoing concerns about the coronavirus (COVID-19), in consultation with key stakeholders and BiP, the event organiser, we have agreed to postpone Procurex until Thursday 24 September and the Go Awards until Thursday 2 July.
Any registrations or tickets purchased for either event will transfer over to the rescheduled date. We hope that all details of the events will remain the same and are checking availability of both speakers and exhibitors for the new date. Please visit the Procurex website for updates.
If you have any queries in the meantime, please call the customer support team on. 0845 270 7095 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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