Conference Quick Facts
All sessions will take place at De Nieuwe Liefde, unless noted.
De Nieuwe Liefde
Da Costakade, Da Costakade 102, 1053 WP Amsterdam (map)
Tram stop: Bilderdijkstraat or De Clercqstraat
From Central Station - tram 13 or 17
From Amstel Station - tram 12
From Muiderpoort Station - tram 3 or 7
From Sloterdijk Station - tram 12
Conference name badge: is your ticket to your registered conference days and receptions. Please wear it so we'll know you are a part of the conference — and everyone can learn your name!
WiFi: the address is DeNieuweLiefde
Twitter: Follow @DMIfeed and post to #DMC16 on Twitter. Conference speaker handles are included on their session pages. If you're not a Twitter user, you can still keep up with trending topics.
Flickr: Photos of this conference will be posted at: www.flickr.com/designmanagement
DMI Member-Only Check-In & Check-Out: Join new and long-time DMI members in these gatherings to build community. Share personal and professional insights in a supportive and safe environment. This is a great opportunity to get to know your member community! You can become a DMI member now!
Monday Reception: Thank you, vanBerlo, for sponsoring the Welcome Drinks Reception at Remise47. It was a lovely way to start the conference!
Tuesday Welcome Reception: Enjoy beer, bites and banter with speakers and delegates on the top floor of the Heineken Experience. Reception will be held in the "Koelschip' (Stadhouderskade 78, Amsterdam) from 18:15 – 20:30. Thank you, Heineken!
Wednesday Closing Drinks: After the Member Check-Out, share drinks and conversations one last time on the 1st Floor Foyer.
Evaluations: Provide us important feedback so that we can continue to build great conferences. You'll find a form at the back of this book. Please share your honest opinions and give us the form before you leave, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
After the conference: Video will be available a few weeks after the conference. We'll send you an email when it's ready. You'll have unlimited access to this, and all conference video.
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Almost everything you need to know about your stay in Amsterdam can be found at http://www.iamsterdam.com/en/local/about-amsterdam. Connect with other conference delegates via Twitter at #DMC16 to explore together.
You can find Amsterdam maps here: amsterdammap360.com
Oud-West (Old West): The action is revving up in this friendly, working class district next to the Jordaan. De Hallen (dehallen-amsterdam.nl) is hipster heaven: prepared food stalls, a cinema, hotel, bike recycling shop and fashion incubators now pack the century-old tram depot after its slick revamp. Jordaan: The Jordaan is Amsterdam's 'it' neighbourhood for convivial cafes and markets. Noord: The avant-garde thrives across the IJ river. Ferry over to the gleaming EYE Film Institute. Fifteen minutes upriver, NDSM-werf is a derelict shipyard turned edgy arts community. Haarlemmerbuurt: The main arteries are Haarlemmerstraat and Haarlemmerdijk, which together formed the old road to Haarlem. Today Mediterranean delis, record stores, denim boutiques and cookbook shops pepper the thoroughfare. Westerpark: Artsy young professionals beat a path to the enclaves in Amsterdam's northwest corner for artist studios, wildly popular cafes, leafy patios and pop-up restaurants. Eastern Docklands: The former warehouse district at the city's east is a hotbed of modern architecture. Pride of place goes to the sparkling glass Muziekgebouw aan 't IJ, Amsterdam's main performance hall, and the black-box-shaped Bimhuis, often cited as the world's best jazz venue.
Design Inspiration: Design Sponge
Where to shop:
Dining & Entertainment: Amsterdam is an endless source of inspiration: there's no shortage of dining options, with its multi-cultural influence and diverse neighborhoods, as well as the colorfully risqué Red Light District. Suggestions can be found: timeout.com/amsterdam/en/restaurants, yelp.com, thrillist.com/eat/amsterdam/, to name a few.
Enjoy the conference, connect with some new friends, and have fun!