Introducing Modelling World International
Modelling World, the UK and Europe’s largest and best data and modelling event is going global.
For the first time ever, Modelling World will connect transport and pedestrian modelling professionals, advisory and strategic modellers, data scientists and transport economist in international debate, and enable discussion of the biggest questions of the day – all virtually
The event will take place over three days and across several time zones. It will feature live plenary debates that discuss local, regional and global challenges, expert modules and breakout sessions covering the latest best practice, innovation and thought leadership. Even better, if will give professionals across the world a unique opportunity to network with international colleagues
Our all-in-one broadcast and event platform provides:
live 1-2-1 video meetings (including meeting booking functionality in-app)
speak to any attendees, speakers, exhibitors at any time using our ‘People’ directory
exhibition booths with live presentation, videos, file downloads and lots more
an on-demand conference session service - so if you miss a live session you can come back and watch it at a time suitable for you
live keynotes and debates, on-demand sessions and facilitated international discussions
About the Modelling World series
Landor LINKS has been working on this event for more than six months, and we’re really excited to welcome you to Modelling World International between the 20-22nd April.
Modelling World has been organised in the Europe for the last 15 years and is highly regarded as the essential meeting place for practitioners working in all areas of strategic modelling.
We look forward to seeing you online then!
Download the Media Information Packs:
EU | India | Middle East
Contact Daniel on email@example.com for more information or to take part
Modelling World International opens up the world of modelling to a global community:
Australia & NZ
Opening up some of the big questions facing the transport modelling profession in Australia and New Zealand at the moment, and discussing potential approaches with colleagues from around the world, sharing what our region has done well and learning from best practice elsewhere
Bringing together the transport modelling profession in India to share knowledge and identify key opportunities for growth, with input from global experts
Sharing with the rest of the world the innovation in transport modelling that is taking place in the region, and exploring together with global experts the emerging challenges around new technology and behaviour change
Easy access and the opportunity to interact with transport modelling experts from around the world facing similar problems and developing solutions in parallel with Great Britain