With AidEx and Development2030 fast approaching, please find some of the exciting activities taking place throughout the two days. From insightful seminars and keynote speeches to interactive workshops and networking sessions, our exhibition activities are tailored to provide you with a unique experience that will enable you to learn from your peers, get unique insights on the latest technology and build meaningful relationships. Activities Include:
Main Agenda and Keynotes
AidEx and Development2030 main agenda is the hub of our event where you'll experience a diverse line-up of speakers, interactive sessions, and thought-provoking panels that will inspire, educate, and entertain you. Our stage is designed to bring together aid, disaster relief and international development leaders to share their insights, experiences, and ideas with you.
Unlike a panel, our discussions are informal and interactive sessions, where everyone in the room can actively participate. Much like a conversation in your own living room, the discussion participants enjoy an intimate environment where they can easily find like-minded individuals, build meaningful relationships and continue the conversation afterwards.
Case Study Room
During the course of the two days, take part in one of our planned networking events catering for professionals interested in a particular theme. This is a great opportunity to catch-up with your peers and stakeholders in a particular segment.
Awards and Awards Ceremony
AidEx and Development2030 will be hosting several awards highlighting outstanding initiatives in the sectors. The winners will be announced during the official drinks reception on the 25th October.
Humanitarian Hero Award
Young Humanitarian Hero Award
Aid Innovation Challenge
The Corporate Social Responsibility Programme of the Year Award
Sustainable Initiative of the Year Award
Want to make an awards submission? You can do so here.
County Pavilions for Denmark, UK and USA – working with government and official trade departments and with concentrations of businesses, this approach shines a spotlight on each country’s ability to supply organisations in the aid and development community. Visiting the country pavilions is a great way to see the latest products and technology, enjoy tailored sessions hosted on the pavilion space and engage in networking with ministries, donors and other stakeholders from the countries.
More activities to be added shortly