On this page you will find all the info you need as a visitor to Meet Magento!
Conference Day 1: May 27th
On May 27th, we have sessions (in Dutch and English) focussed on Magento itself: people who are looking into Magento as their E-commerce platform and/or are interested in Magento Enterprise and a solution partner to help them with that.
In the evening of Day 1 we will have our Magento Party (sponsored by Mailchimp) in Utrecht. The party will take place in the Stairway, a nice bar in the centre of Utrecht. The Stairway is just a 5 minute walk from the Central Station. The party will start at 20:00 and will last until everyone is gone!
We hid some nice gifts, so be on time and they might be yours!
Conference Day 2: May 28th
On May 28th, we have sessions (in Dutch and English) focussed on everything surrounding Magento with many industry partners, marketing stories and extensions. After the final session there is still some time left for networking, drinks and snacks.
Important for you as a non-Dutch speaking person to know: not all sessions are in English but many are, so you can save money on that crash-course Dutch! On our schedule page you’ll notice tiny English flags indicating that the session will be in English.
Event venue & Travel info
We are located in ‘Media Plaza’ which is part of the ‘Jaarbeurs’ conference center right in the middle of Utrecht. If you are using public transportation: the venue is located directly west from the train station ‘Utrecht Centraal’, the map below shows you it’s exact location.
If you are flying to Schiphol Airport, your travel from Schiphol train station to Utrecht Central train station takes around 30 minutes. You can use the website or phone app 9292 to plan your journey.
Jaarbeurs Utrecht, Entrance East
3521 CA Utrecht
Plan your trip with Google Maps
No ticket yet? Get yours at our registration page (which uses the Evenbrite ticket and payment system).
About the event…
About our country…
If you want to visit: we are Dutch, live in The Netherlands, but the event is not in Holland. Yes labeling our country, provinces, language and inhabitants is a mess. Thankfully, there’s YouTube.