Working on your career at fairs and conferences at the Amsterdam RAI congress centre

If you take your career seriously you have to do more than read the occasional trade magazine. In order to become a true professional it is essential to visit fairs and (international) conferences, where you can network and obtain information about the latest developments in your branch. Amsterdam RAI is the biggest congress centre in the Netherlands. Each year 50 international conferences and 70 fairs are being held there. Below is a selection of some of the most notable events at the Amsterdam RAI exhibition and congress centre.

World Computer Congress

This international congress covers the complete ICT branch. Professionals discuss the advantages and disadvantages of the latest developments. Key speakers will speak about their visions on the future of the branch. Both professionals and students are welcome to attend this highly interesting congress at the RAI congress centre.

Broadband World Forum

This event unites all the parties who work with broadband, from well-known news anchors to directors of Argentinian telecom enterprises. The programme includes key speakers from all around the world and several master classes.

MRO Aviation Week

This congress is about the repair of new generation aircrafts in all its aspects. You can encounter professionals from all around the world. Over 3,500 after-market professionals attend this event, so it’s a very good place to broaden your network.

International Pharmaceutical Federation Congress

This annual congress focuses on the developments within the pharmacy branch. It reunites many professionals from the pharmacy and healthcare branch. Visitors can attend several symposia and presentations during this event at the Amsterdam RAI conference centre.

Are you planning to visit one of these events and are you looking for budget hotels in Amsterdam? Qbic is a budget design hotel located at the Amsterdam WTC. The hotel is therefore one of the few hotels near Amsterdam RAI. From the hotel it is a few minutes walk to the subway station, where you can take the metro. Within five minutes it will drop you of at the RAI Congress Centre.

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