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Corporate Short Stay provides high-quality congress short stay Amsterdam apartments in neighborhoods conveniently located near to important business locations, including but not limited to the Zuidas with its many office towers and World Fashion Centre as well as the RAI Congress Center, famous for yearly events such as IBC / International Broadcasting Convention, Kunst RAI, pAn Amsterdam and the European PV Solar Energy Conference.
Zuidas is Amsterdam’s prime location, an urban hub with international allure. The district has an ideal strategic location, to the south of the city centre and in close proximity to Schiphol Airport. Zuidas is best known as a top-level international knowledge and business centre.
Over 700 companies, many of them leading names, are already established here. They include Google, AkzoNobel and ABN AMRO. While the district’s main focus is the financial, legal and business services sector, these sterling names are attracting an increasing number of companies from other sectors to Zuidas.
Zuidas is one of the most accessible locations in Amsterdam. It is only a six-minute train journey from Schiphol Airport and it takes less than ten minutes to cycle from Zuidas to the cultural heart of Amsterdam, its celebrated concert hall and world-famous museums. Corporate Short Stay specialises in congress short stay Amsterdam apartments.
RAI is uniquely situated, a mere 12 minutes from the city centre and 8 minutes from Schiphol international airport; it even has its own train and metro stations as well as a tram stop right outside.
Moreover, all of Amsterdam’s cultural and nightlife attractions are within easy reach. Right next to the A10 ring road, Amsterdam RAI is easily accessible by car too. The RAI also boasts 6,250 parking spaces and its own harbour provides a direct link to the capital’s historic canal system.
This makes Amsterdam RAI the location for your event that anyone can get to.
The Amsterdam Metropolitan Area is a haven for creative talents. The world’s top advertising agencies operate inventive international brand campaigns from picturesque canal-side offices. And thanks to its leading digital edge, the Amsterdam start-up scene is flourishing, continually driving innovation in the Dutch gaming industry, mobile tech and social networking.
For over 40 years the World Fashion Centre has been a central point in the international fashion industry. There is no other fashion location of this appeal in the Netherlands where fashion brands, retailers and wholesalers meet do business and exchange the latest trends.
The relocation of the Tommy Hilfiger brand’s head office from New York to Amsterdam is a sign of the Dutch capital’s growing importance in the fashion industry. The G-Star denim label began its worldwide advance here, as did Gsus and G+N. Even ‘old’ labels like Levi’s and Diesel have recognised Amsterdam’s pivotal position in denim and have chosen it for their design studios. Over 2,600 fashion-related enterprises currently call Amsterdam home. Together, they injected 6 billion euros into the economy last year. (iAmsterdam)
“In Holland everyone owns a good pair of jeans,” said Lennaert Nijgh, a self-described denim-head. “But there’s also a strong economic climate for brands to have their headquarters here.”
Amsterdam is the center of the European jeans world. Pepe Jeans and Levi’s Vintage have development offices in the Netherlands. G-Star, Scotch & Soda, Hilfiger Denim, Kuyichi, Blueblood, Kings of Indigo and a gaggle of smaller denim ateliers are headquartered here.
Situated just a short bike ride from the popular Jordaan and Oud West neighbourhoods by the Vondelpark, the World Fashion Center area has many modern luxury apartment buildings with lifts, great views and possible parking, and also provides an excellent connection to Schiphol airport via Station Lelylaan, making it another excellent base from which to do business in Amsterdam.
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