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Physical Event: 12-14 October 2021, RAI, Amsterdam
Virtual Event: 11 - 15 October, 2021


UPDATED: 7th September 2021

We are committed to providing you with a safe environment to do business, in accordance with all the health & safety guidelines set out by local authorities. The event will be delivered and implemented with the required level of health & safety measures including social distancing, contactless registration, transactions and hygiene protocols wherever appropriate.


We've got great news for you: fully vaccinated travellers from around the world are welcome in the Netherlands, and if travelling to Amsterdam to attend Broadband World Forum 2021, will qualify for an exemption to the quarantine that's currently in place for some countries (including the UK, USA & Israel).

Fully vaccinated Broadband World Forum 2021 attendees travelling from countries on the Netherlands’ “very high risk” list, who would otherwise need to quarantine on arrival in Amsterdam, will qualify for exemption and will not have to quarantine when they travel to our event. So there's nothing stopping you from flying straight to Amsterdam to be part of the show.

Travelling from the UK? Find out more

Travelling from the USA, Israel or another country on the "very high risk" list? Find out more


We are closely following local government guidelines to ensure the all our events are hosted in a safe environment. It has always been our priority to look after our attendee and staff's wellbeing with the utmost care, and we will continue to take all necessary precautions to ensure the health and safety of everyone on our premises.

When you book your passes, the first and last names on your pass must match the first and last names on your passport and other travel documents.

We'll be in touch with instructions on what you will need to show when you are travelling to prove that you qualify for this exemption. You’ll need to bring with you the personalised paperwork we send you, and fill in your quarantine declaration form as we advise. Then, you can get on with getting back to business, away from your screen.