BroadGroup Announces that Datacloud Europe’s Future Over Next Three Years is in Monaco

BroadGroup, organizer of the forum and awards event for the data center services and cloud hosting industry, Datacloud Europe, has announced that this event will be held at the Grimaldi Forum at least through to 2020.

“As Europe’s premier data center, cloud and edge forum, we can give an assurance to our customers that we intend to remain in Monaco for at least the next three years,” said Gregory Gerot, vice president and managing director of BroadGroup. “We now also have a new venue for the Awards ceremony which is held in the outstanding Salle des Etoiles overlooking the Mediterranean which proved so successful last year.”

datacloud europe monacoSustaining the development and expansion of the forum, the company will be making several announcements in the near future including the new categories for the 2018 Datacloud Europe Awards.

Datacloud Europe attracts senior data center and cloud leaders and executives, their customers and investors from more than 160 countries – the US being the third largest contingent in 2017 – and top-level international speakers in an “enterprise driven” program across three days.

“We are looking forward to another high value event,” said Philip Low, chairman of BroadGroup. “This will offer our customers an authentic experience, new business making opportunities with IT infrastructure peers, as well as networking opportunities in one of Europe’s most spectacular locations.”

Next year’s Datacloud Europe event will take place in Monaco, 12-14 June 2018. Registration will be opening shortly.

As an information media technology provider, BroadGroup’s event portfolio brands include: Datacloud, Datacloud Awards, Finance and Investment Forum and Dark Fibre Convention. The company also owns the online information source, magazine and specialist forum Data Economy.