Enforce Tac Newsroom
Following thorough consideration and in view of the difficult current situation, Enforce Tac, International Exhibition & Conference – Law Enforcement, Tactical Solutions and Homeland Security, will not be held on 10-11 March 2021 as originally planned.
By taking this decision now, NürnbergMesse hopes to give all visitors, exhibitors, partners and media the ability to plan reliably in this time of uncertainty and thus avoid the risk of having to cancel at short notice. Health policy measures currently being put in place internationally, including quarantine regulations and travel restrictions, in addition to the rapidly increasing number of infections in particular, are making it difficult for everyone involved to plan and prepare with any confidence.
“There was a surprising amount of support for holding Enforce Tac next March, with what seemed to be a record number of registrations and a lot of enthusiasm for finally being able to meet up again, especially after the event was cancelled this year,” observes Thomas Preutenborbeck, a member from the NürnbergMesse mangement board. . “This industry needs personal, confidential and discreet interaction. Given the current conditions, however, any prospect of being able to hold the International Exhibition and Conference in physical form seems to be ruled out. But everyone totally understands.”
Plans for sector meeting in summer 2021
Exhibition Director Isabelle Teufert also regrets the cancellation: “It was a difficult decision for us in the Enforce Tac Team to make, especially since our exhibitors and partners indicated in recent months that they needed an Enforce Tac in 2021 and would stand by us.” To still provide the sector with a networking opportunity, however, there will be a small special edition in summer 2021. “We would like to use 2021 to offer our exhibitors an alternative programme to interact with other professionals,” says Teufert.
Full focus on Enforce Tac 2022 – now on new days
The next Enforce Tac will be held on 1-2 March 2022. That means it will take place on a Tuesday and Wednesday in 2022 instead of the usual Wednesday and Thursday.