IAPA 2023 date and sponsors confirmed

By Euan Youdale21 March 2022

The date and location of the 2023 International Awards for Powered Access (IAPAs) has been confirmed, along with a range of sponsors.

Winners celebrate at the end of the 2022 IAPA awards in London at the Millennium Gloucester Hotel.

Set to take place 20 April in Berlin, Germany, the 2023 IAPAs will, as usual, be on the same day as the IPAF Summit, and together celebrate best practice in the access sector and provide top level industry information, alongside a host of networking opportunities.

A number of supporters have already signed up for the event, including JLG, which has become Headline sponsor and Trackunit, which has taken a Gold sponsorship. In addition, Niftylift has been announced as the IAPAs’ networking drinks sponsor, while Insphire will sponsor the event’s networking registration breakfast. A range of  sponsorship packages are still available.

The announcements follow the record-breaking 2022 event, which took place in London, UK, this month.

IAPA 2023 logo

More than 450 industry professionals gathered at the Millennium Gloucester Hotel in Kensington, where the winners across 13 award categories were announced. There were also a record number of entries for the 2022 IAPAs, totalling more than 150. See all the winners here.

As always, the 2023 IAPAs and Summit will be complemented by the IPAF Networking Event on the evening of the 19 April. IPAF will also provide its annual site visit, on the morning of 21 April.

The exact timings and location of all the events will be announced soon. 

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