Registration is now open for the World Out of Home Organization in-person Global Congress in Toronto
Posted on 2022 Feb,21

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Registration is now officially open for the World Out of Home Organization’s in-person Global Congress to be held in Toronto on May 25-27.

This is WOO’s first in-person Congress since Dubai 2019.
The Congress will be held at the Sheraton Toronto Centre Hotel, 123 Queen Street West.
A star-studded international speaker programme, which includes key decision-makers from Out of Home, the wider global advertising industry, analysts, and commentators, is lined-up. An enlarged Exhibition Programme will feature exciting new developments in technology and measurement, with the opportunity for exhibitors to meet leading media owners face to face. 
Congress will be open with its customary programme of pre-dinner drinks on Wednesday May 25, full-day Congress on May 26 followed by the Gala Dinner and awards presentations and a further full-day Congress on May 27. On the Friday night there will be WOO’s popular informal closing party, with great cuisine and live performances.
WOO president Tom Goddard says: “This will be a red letter event for the whole Out of Home industry as we meet our friends and colleagues from across the world in person for the first time since 2019.
“Amid the pandemic we instituted our World Tour of virtual forum events - Europe, Asia and more recently in Africa - which has been a huge success and we fully intend to continue this series post Toronto.
“But the resumption of our in-person Global Congress is truly extra-special, and we can be sure of the warmest welcome from our colleagues in Canada as we meet together once again in the great City of Toronto.”

As registration opens, an EarlyEarlyBird congress rate has been made available until March 4th of €1000 Euros for members and €1750 non-members. This represents a €200 per person saving on the full rates for both members and non-members.

Over the coming weeks more details of the international Speaker Programme will be announced as well as the ever-popular supporting social programme.