CONFERENCE CITY Amsterdam
In the 13th century, Amsterdam was a small fishing village located behind a dyke/dam which protected them from the water from the Amstel river. There are over 90 museums in Amsterdam, giving it the highest museum density of any city in the world. One of Europe’s most open-minded cities, Amsterdam offers an array of LGBT-friendly accommodation, bars, and festivals, as well as a thriving cannabis culture with over 200 coffee shops in the city centre. Most of Amsterdam’s buildings are built on wooden poles that are between 15 and 20 metres in length. Amsterdam is the city actually lies below sea level, but has managed to stay above the water thanks to its iconic canal system and wooden poles as support. The smallest house is in Amsterdam, and it is only 2.02 metres wide and 5 metres deep. Amsterdam’s 17th-century canals are so frequently compared to Venice that it earned the Dutch capital its nickname, the “Venice of the North.”
Key Factors of Amsterdam
Amsterdam is one of the most connected cities in the EU, serving as home to the Amsterdam Internet Exchange (AMS-IX), which is one of the largest internet exchanges in the world with more than 800 members.
- Amsterdam, Rotterdam, The Hague, Utrecht, and Eindhoven are the 5 biggest cities in the Netherlands and also the most important IT hubs in the Netherlands.
- Amsterdam has a long-standing tech legacy, with Dutch-developed innovations such as CD, DVD, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and the Python programming language. Amsterdam is a thriving, innovative tech hub and houses one of the largest data exchanges in the world, the Amsterdam Internet Exchange (AMS-IX).
- The presence of a state-the-art advanced fiber-optic network supports an innovative community of startups, data centers, and multinational digital businesses in the wider Metropolitan Area, including Microsoft, Cisco, Tata, Infosys, Huawei, Oracle, Intel, IBM, Netflix, Verizon, and Google.
- The Netherlands has produced 20 unicorn companies with 12 of them started in Amsterdam. Notable unicorns include WeTranser, Takeaway.com, and Booking.com. Aside from these local prodigies, Amsterdam is also a big hub for FAANG and big tech companies like Uber, Stripe, and Miro.
- City’s compact nature, conference visitors can easily access the city’s world-class cultural offerings. Quick connections between venues, hotels, and local sights make it easy to get around and explore the city’s top attractions and trendy neighborhoods.
Amsterdam ranks fourth globally and second in Europe in the Savills Tech Cities Index 2019, confirming its status as an important European center for tech companies and startups.
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