That's it for UC EXPO 2019 - See you in 2020!

This year’s show floor was flooded with 1000’s of attendees from the all areas of the unified communications industry over the two days. Europe’s largest unified communication and collaboration event saw the launch of Customer Contact X bringing in a new wave of exhibitors, speakers and delegates.

Encompassing Collaboration, Cloud, Networks, Security and A.I the show boasts from a world class content programme attracting a global line up of executives, consultants and analysts from some of the industry’s leading organisations.

Presentation slides are now available for download here


Unified communications get more challenging each year and UC EXPO is here to help you and your colleagues.

UC EXPO 2019:

  • All the biggest brands
  • More collaboration technology solutions
  • More security sessions
  • Bigger theatres
  • New focused CCX event area

100+ expert speakers including our keynotes:

UC EXPO 2019 Highlights

Some of the best bits from UC EXPO 2019, including Cisco's Amy Chang and Microsoft's Paul Cannon.

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Webinar: Feeling Connected: Building your UCaaS strategy on the right foundations

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