Event Opening Times:
For 2020, we have made some changes to our opening times to ensure you receive the most value from your attendance. Please note the new opening times below:
Wednesday 16 September: 14:00 - 19:00 including Welcome Party, 17:00 – 19:00
Thursday 17 September: 08:00 - 16:00
Venue & Travel:
Windmill St, Manchester, M2 3GX
The best way to reach Manchester Central is by public transport. The nearest train stations are Piccadilly (20-minute walk or 5-minute taxi ride), or Oxford Road Station (5-minute walk).
There are ample accommodation options just a short walk away from the venue to suit all budgets. Our dedicated travel agency Conference Care is on hand to support your hotel booking requirements, offering preferential rates across a variety of local hotels.
Book early to take advantage of these rates. (Bookings not yet open).
For Revo Liverpool 2019, it was brought to our attention that there were multiple companies contacting participants offering to book accommodation on their behalf. Please be assured, Revo does not share or sell any contact information to third parties and our only dedicated accommodation agency is Conference Care. We urge you not to engage with these third parties or share any personal details. Should you wish to take advantage of our preferential rates, please use the above booking link only.
Delegates can use our secure online connections portal to pre-arrange those all important meetings. Details will be available spring 2020.
To access the event all delegates need a photographic pass. To receive your badge in advance a photo must be uploaded to your profile. To do so, please log in to the Revo website. If you do not provide a photo in advance you will have to queue on the day to collect the pass. By providing your photo in advance this means you can skip the queues and fast track your entrance to the event!
Details will be sent to attendees on registration.
Providing sustainable solutions.
At Revo, we strive to be as sustainable as possible. Being more sustainable is imperative at a time where the planet is facing unprecedented levels of stress on the environment. While events can often naturally produce waste, single-use plastic is particularly common at events, as an organisation we strive to create the most sustainable events possible.
Read our blog on the importance of sustainability at our events and our top tips in planning our events and reducing wastage.