What is special about the Conventa trade show and our methodology, is how we create the meeting space. Our aim is to meet up in a so-called festival environment, in a living room set-up to create the relaxed atmosphere. In addition, we steer towards the most efficient time use with the presentation methods and formats, such as Pecha Kucha. Our wish is to enthrall the participants since they are the future ambassadors of this new way of event organization. The meetings industry needs a revolution, as new generations will probably just swap boring meetings for virtual reality and a virtual future altogether. Furthermore, we shine the light on how to make your events more interesting, different and efficient.
Following our goal of staying away from the boring meetings and one-way talks, it is no wonder that we picked up the Radisson Blu Old Mill Hotel Belgrade as our meeting point in Serbia. The mentioned hotel is the first design hotel in the city with the industrial-chic aesthetic, located in Belgrade downtown, constructed on the grounds of a formal industrial site. The first Steam Mill in Serbia built in 1901 was revitalized and now represents an exceptional hotel in the city with unique architecture and design!
The stylish and sophisticated interior of Radisson Blu Old Mill Hotel Belgrade is an ideal place for organizing events and business meetings. We will meet up in the ground floor of the hotel, in a laid-back environment with a movable trend bar and deckchairs. Sounds tempting? Moreover, the best of it is their so-called Brain box! When you will come up with an idea during the event, you can head up to the Brain box room with its vivid colours, flexible furniture, walls where you can write, which will enable you to express your creativity and step outside the boundaries of organizing standard meetings.
There is no time to think about it! Get ready to meet us, to toast with us, and to soak up some bold ideas that are awaiting you. Sing up here!
We are looking forward to meeting you all in Sofia, Belgrade, Zagreb, and Ljubljana!