DDB and the corona measures

The spread of the coronavirus will again have consequences for ‘De Delftse Bedrijvendagen’ in 2022. The 1.5 m rule remains, which means that the event has to be adjusted. Due to the rules, not all events have to be online. Here is an overview of what the measures mean for all events of ‘De Delftse Bedrijvendagen’.

The spread of the coronavirus will again have consequences for ‘De Delftse Bedrijvendagen’ in 2022. The 1.5 m rule remains, which means that the event has to be adjusted. Due to the rules, not all events have to be online. Here is an overview of what the measures mean for all events of ‘De Delftse Bedrijvendagen’.

Check-in Days

Usually you need to pick up a badge for the physical orientation days. Now this is not necessary anymore, you can still come by for free hot chocolate, coffee and tea! See you there, you can find us at the aula and pulse.

Application Trainings

Because it is classified under education, these can physically take place in the auditorium. Registrations for this will open on January 21 and take place on February 8, 9 and 10. It is also possible to have your CV checked.

Orientation Days

Due to the measures, no physical fair is possible in the Aula as usual. It will take place on an online platform, Let's Get Digital. There is a network carousel and it is possible to visit online stands. There will be presentations from companies throughout the day and inspiring speakers will be talking during the break. Last year it went well, if you want you can tune in from your bed!


Coffee Dates

For now, these will continue physically with 1.5 m distance. If there are really stricter measures, they will continue online.

In-House days

For these days we strive for physical. If it is not physically possible, it is up to the company itself whether they offer an online alternative.We look forward to seeing you, see you in February!


Greetings,

The DDB team