RAI Amsterdam

RAI Amsterdam signs extension to long-running IBC series, until 2021

RAI Amsterdam and its partners have signed a new three-year contract with influential media, entertainment and technology show, the International Broadcasting Convention (IBC). RAI Amsterdam has been welcoming the event since 1992. It is big business and a convention that attracts around 55,000 visitors a year. Companies from all over the world showcase their innovative products to a wide audience...

How facial recognition can benefit your event

Pim Schoonderwoerd (pictured) and Paul Hassink of RAI Amsterdam discuss facial recognition, an emerging piece of technology with exciting applications for events and conferences.   As an organiser, you are always looking for ways to improve the visitor experience. Facial recognition is a technique that offers great opportunities to enhance the reception of event visitors. We recently conducte...

Prescription for success

Chief operating officer Maurits van der Sluis illuminates The RAI Amsterdam’s welcome approach for Medical Conferences.   A big issue for medical congress organisers today is the need to comply with local rules in every country. In Europe, these rules tend to apply on an EU-wide level. In particular, regulations for the advertising of medications can affect the organisation of a conference. In Ams...

Polishing Amsterdam’s pearl

Paul Colston meets the COO of RAI Amsterdam, Maurits Van de Sluis, who explains the venue’s new strategy, two years in the making. [hr gap=”30″] I met Maurits van der Sluis at RAI Amsterdam’s South Beach, just as the venue was hosting the AIDS2018 world congress. It was an event that showed off the full power of Holland’s flagship convention venue. However, as the chief operating offic...