Sssst: Place2c, The space of WhatNext and Photo-coco, is the best kept little secret of Amsterdam. Upon arrival you’ll probably wonder if you’re at the right place… until you climbed all 5 stairs and see the place with your own eyes!
Available for your meetings and workshops
You can have Place2c entirely for yourself and the participants of your own program. Ask for the conditions. The venue is fully equiped to meet your professional and personal expectations. All guests, without exception, enjoy the informal, artistic atmosphere of Place2c. Most suitable for brainstorms, training and workshops, and also for teamsessions, meetings, presentations and expositions. Also popular for lunches, dinners and gatherings. Additional service or catering available upon request.
Nice to know:
maximum amount of persons: for meetings/workshops 20, for presentations/gatherings far more
100 m2 open space with breakout possibilities
the flexible layout makes it easy to arrange Place2c in ways that totally suit your activities
a huge skyblue wall (7 m high) turns your presentation into a movie-experience
the ceiling-windows provide filtered light and a view on clouds passing by
books on art, creative thinking, innovation, coaching and novels stir the mind and soul
freshly ground coffee make you come to you senses
laptop with cd/dvd-drive
speakerdock for iPod/Phone
flipover and huge whiteboards
tableware for catering
Also access to (privat area at) 4th floor:
patio with a wonderful view over the waterfront
extra breakout-room (upon request)
professional kitchen for catering (upon request)
You’re most welcome to share your questions. We love to share our ideas in order to make your time in Place2c extra memorable: suitable catering and restaurants, special places in the neighbourhood, boattrips and other original ways of transport from/to Place2c, special accomodation, activities and adventures which work for you(r goals).
More information? Book Place2c?
Call Dave Mansoor: +31 6 248 60 433 or mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
We’re very sorry, but this place is not accessible for visitors with reduced mobility.