22 & 23 november 2018
Antwerp (Belgium)

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  • “ The venue is great. There is nothing out there as comfortable as the Kinepolis rooms, and I LOVE the way the slide decks is mixed in with video of the presenter on the screen. ”

  • “ Organisation was really well done - accomodation, shuttle service etc. That made me always feel relaxed and being able to stay tuned on the session contents. ”

  • “ The little 3-wheel car with the coffee machine offered the best Espresso I ever had in my life. Not everthing in life should be technical stuff ... Thank you for a wonderful conference! ”

  • “ Have you updated your calendars for @NAVTechDays in Antwerp this year? Unique chance to see the best tech work-shops and sessions for #MSDyn365BC and #MSDynNAV - the best investment you can make! ”

    Alexander Ermakov (@Alex_Ermakov)

  • “ If you're budgeting your conferences, @NAVTechDays should be at the top of your list to consider. The best technical conference in our industry, by a mile #MSDyn365BC #MSDynNAV ”

    Daniel Rimmelzwaan (@drimmelzwaan)

  • “ The best of NAV TechDays is the more than sensational session environment both as a speaker and as an attendee. It allows attendees to really focus and it makes it worthwhile for speakers to prepare. ”