|The conference will be held in the Beurs van Berlage in the centre of Amsterdam.
The address is:
1012 ZJ AMSTERDAM
History of the Beurs van Berlage
In the Golden Age Amsterdam was the first place in the world to create a fixed location for the trade in stocks and shares. The shares of the very first limited liability company in the world to be traded were those of the Dutch East India Company (Verenigde Oost-Indische Compagnie, abbreviated to VOC).
Three hundred years later Berlage built the third Amsterdam Stock Exchange; a building that generated a lot of controversy and, today, is considered the beginning of modern Dutch architecture.
More information or how to reach the Beurs van Berlage can be found at:
How to reach
When leaving Central Station you will see the Beurs van Berlage immediately in front of you, just a 3 minute walk
Easy to reach from Schiphol International Airport with a direct train that runs to Central Station every 15 minutes. Journey time approx. 15 minutes.
Journey time by taxi approx. 30 minutes.
By car it takes approx. 10 minutes to reach the Beurs van Berlage takes from the A10 ring road. A digital route planner can be found at www.beursvanberlage.nl
There are 4 large parking garages in the immediate vicinity:
Parking garage De Bijenkorf - 400 places beursplein 7 | immediately adjacent to the Beurs van Berlage
Parking garage P1-Centraal - 430 places Prins Hendrikkade | at Central Station | 3 minute walk
Parking garage Nieuwezijds Kolk - 400 places Nieuwezijds Voorburgwal | 5 minute walk
Parking garage Oosterdok - 200 places Oosterdokseiland | 10 minute walk