The only industry conference that takes place in a pub! (since 2007)

“I’ve had some of the best talks and gained great insights about the industry from people I’ve met and spoken to at the EUE over drinks”
— Jeff Mottle - CG architect
Don’t you wish Siggraph was 250 of your best buddies, held in a pub, and had none of the commercial stuff, but all of the talks?
Then you wish you were here.
— Zap Andersson

What is EUE?

EUE is a yearly conference in the city of Utrecht, the Netherlands. This year on the 16th & 17th of June at the Florin.
EUE is about meeting people, exchanging ideas and techniques. It has grown over the years into one of the highest rated CG events in the world. With some of the best speakers on the planet and visitors from both big and small companies, it is a platform for high level presentations and discussions for end users; the people who use the software, the people who do the stuff.
EUE is intimate and can hold up a maximum of 250 visitors per day, this small setting is one of the key points of this event. It is also the only event of its kind that is held in a pub, the perfect environment for open and friendly networking. With the free and relaxed interaction of visitors and speakers from 20 plus nations, making friends and building business relationship becomes natural. The world becomes a small place at the EUE.

The event begins with an informal get together of speakers, organizers and attendees on Wednesday evening. The actual event starts on Thursday with registration. The formal presentations start at 10.00 and go on till 17.00 followed with an open bar and informal dinner, which stretches till 23.00. Friday the presentations start again at 10.00 and go on till 17.00 followed again with an open bar session till 19.00 when it is time to say goodbye to the visitors.

Unique is also that (apart from Wednesday evening) all of this is included in the registration fee, so all drinks and lunch are included, as well as the Thursday dinner!

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