22 - 24 October 2018 | Postillion Convention Centre Amsterdam, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

The Venue

Postillion Convention Centre Amsterdam

Paul van Vlissingenstraat 8 

Amsterdam 1096 BK

The Netherlands

Website: http://www.postillionhotels.com/en-GB/Conferences-Events/Amsterdam-Conve...

Phone: +31 (0) 20 820 44 10

27075.002 venue

Travel and accommodation are not included in the conference fee; however we have put together a HotelMap that displays discounted accommodation for hotels in the area near to Process Excellence Europe. The map displays live availability and allows you to book directly with each hotel:

https://www.HotelMap.com/pro/MJREP 

Alternatively, if you would like to book your accommodation by phone, please call Jessica Heili, our dedicated London concierge, on 020 7292 2335 (if outside UK +44 20 7292 2335) quoting Special Reference Code W-MJREP.

Please note: IQPC will never recommend, approve or appoint any third party rooming service to act on our behalf. Please be extremely wary if you are approached by any such companies. We will always endeavour to negotiate the best available rates for you so please use the Hotel´s website link provided.

The Ideal Meeting Point for PEX Pros in Europe

Why not take an extra day or two out of the office? Here is some information about what to do in Amsterdam:

Museumplein

Home to the Rijksmuseum, the Van Gogh Museum and the Stedelijk Museum of Modern Art, Museumplein is the cultural beating heart of Amsterdam. Having recently been renovated to a world class standard, the leafy 19th century district of Oud-Zuid is an art lover’s utopia, and the open square between the buildings pulses with activity all day

Take a Canal Cruise

Created in the 17th century to keep the sea at bay, Amsterdam’s UNESCO protected canal belt is the quintessential picture-postcard vision of Amsterdam, and an unbelievably pretty sight by both day and night - when the bridges are lit up by fairy lights and the whole area takes on a magical feel.

Visit Anne Frank’s House

Reflect on the atrocities committed against the Jewish people during World War II at the Prinsengracht house where diarist Anne Frank and her family hid from the Nazis for two years after feeling persecution in Germany. The front of the house is now a thought-provoking museum but the back annex has been preserved to give an idea of what life was like for Anne and the families she hid with.

Get lost in the arty Jordaan

Often cited as Amsterdam’s most charming neighbourhood, wandering into the Jordaan feels like stepping back in time. Originally a working class area, the Jordaan’s narrow streets and quaint buildings now make up one of Amsterdam’s most desirable quarters, dotted with independent art galleries, antiques shops, courtyard gardens and atmospheric bars and restaurants.