FAQS

30-31 March 2022 | NEC, Birmingham

When and where will the Channel Live take place?
Channel Live 2021 will take place from 31-31 March 2022 at the NEC, Birmingham. 

What safety measures do you have in place?
As organisers of Channel Live, we regard the health and safety of everyone participating in the show of paramount importance. Any measures that are put in place at the event will be to ensure the safety and comfort of all those onsite. For a comprehensive look at the new measures in place at the NEC, click here to visit the NEC website for more details.

How much does it cost to attend Channel Live?
Channel Live is completely free to attend.

Who should attend Channel Live?
With confidence continuing to grow with in-person events, and after what feels like an eternity of virtual meetings, Channel Live will be the place for resellers, MSPs and Channel partners to reconnect face-to-face with an vendors, distributors and service providers.

When can I register as a visitor?
Registration will open soon. Keep an eye on the website for all show updates and sign up to our e-newsletter to be notified.

Where should I stay?
We offer a variety of hotel options in the NEC area, details will be announced soon.

Why did the dates change?
28th June 2021: As organisers, our absolute priority remains the health, safety and confidence of all of our exhibitors, visitors and staff. However, it is also our responsibility to provide the community that we serve with the event it deserves. The ongoing lack of clarity from Government on what measures will be required upon the reopening of large scale live events, means that in our view, moving the event to March 2022 will allow us as organisers to offer a greater experience for all parties involved.

All existing exhibitor bookings will be automatically transferred to the new dates and a member of the team will be in touch with you over the coming days to discuss any questions you might have.

We would like to take this opportunity to sincerely thank all of the show’s partners for their ongoing understanding and apologise for any disruption that this may have caused. Rest-assured this is not a decision we have taken lightly, but firmly believe it to be the correct one for everyone involved.

We hope you understand the reasoning behind the decision and look forward to working with you in delivering the event that the Channel community deserves in March 2022.

I've been receiving emails from external companies. Are they legitimate?
We are aware of a series of fraudulent emails to speakers and exhibitors from companies claiming to be officially partnered with the show, offering marketing services, making claims regarding the show status, offering access to the show's data and/or hotel reservation services. We are not in any way affiliated with these companies and advise you to ignore their emails and avoid clicking on any links contained within them. Your security is important to us, so if you're unsure whether or not an email you have received is fraudulent, please get in touch and we'd be happy to verify it for you. We would also like to reassure you that we do not release, sell or share any data related to Channel Live with any outside parties. For further details, click here.