Location

A’DAM Toren

Overhoeksplein 1, 1031 KS Amsterdam
www.adamtoren.nl/site/


25 Minutes from Amsterdam Airport Schiphol
15 Minutes from Amsterdam Central Station
Parking garage 24/7 open


Hotel location
Hotel location
Hotel location

A’DAM Toren is the new name for ‘Toren Overhoeks’. The tower was designed by the architect Arthur Staal as a commission by Royal Dutch Shell. In fact, the tower is also affectionately known as the ‘Shelltoren’ by many Amsterdammers. It was officially opened in 1971, and was home to the multinational oil company until 2009. Staal designed the office tower at 45° to the IJ waterfront. This diagonal position (‘overhoeks’ in Dutch) gave the building its first name – and, in fact, informs much of A’DAM’s edgy, innovative and surprising personality.

Travel and Accomodations

  • The Summit delegate package includes 1 night’ accomodation including breakfast.
  • All onsite meals and attendance at the Summit Gala Dinner are included.
  • IDC will arrange executive transfers for attendees to and from Amsterdam airport.

For further information regarding travel, hotel logistics and transfers, please contact:

Anne Fleur den Haan
European Digital Summit Manager

adenhaan@idc.com

Contact

Helena Chappell

Helena Chappell
European CIO Summit Sales Director

hchappell@idc.com

Anne Fleur den Haan

Anne Fleur den Haan
European Digital Summit Manager

adenhaan@idc.com

About IDC

IDC leads the ICT innovation discussion through events, research, and consulting. For five decades it has been giving ICT and business professionals data and insights for making strategic and practical decisions. IDC is a subsidiary of IDG, the world's leading technology media, research, and events company.

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