Exhibit

Attendees come to HostingCon Europe to find the companies who can help them succeed. Will they find you?

Industry leaders, media outlets, and hosted services professionals from around Europe come together to meet face-to-face, see new products and experience an exceptional educational program.

Date: 11-12 October
Venue: Passenger Terminal, Amsterdam
Attendees: 1000+ | Exhibitors: 50+
Speaker Sessions: 20 | Workshop Sessions: 8

Click here to download the exhibitor prospectus and get more details on our audience demographics, sponsorship and stand packages, and to see the floorplan.

 

Here's what past exhibitors have to say...

"PhoenixNAP expanded its Global IT Services to Europe years ago and our local presence has been benefiting greatly from the opportunities that HostingCon has presented us with and this is why we will return as exhibitor to HostingCon Europe in 2016 for the second time in a row.

As this event continues to grow in popularity and numbers each year; it has become a place to be for everyone involved in the cloud, hosting and datacenter industries. The European Information Technology industry, although divided amongst many countries, as a whole is a behemoth on a global scale that needs opportunities to unite and reconnect. HostingCon Europe event is a perfect opportunity for just that. Penton has proven time and again that its understanding of IT trends and the industry needs allow for a perfect mix of education, business and networking opportunities for sponsors and visitors alike, and it hasbrought the legacy of the amazing show from the United States to Europe three years ago.

HostingCon in Europe has been a great experience for us from many angles and I would encourage everyone who wants to expand their horizons on topics of cloud computing, hosting services, datacenters and in general, or wants to know what shape the future of IT is taking, to not miss this year’s HostingCon event in Amsterdam on October 11-12, 2016."

Martin Wielomski, Manager EMEA Business Development, PhoenixNAP