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Event: eMagiz 10 years!

On December 14, 2021, eMagiz will reach its 10th anniversary and that’s a milestone that has to be celebrated! That’s why we are organizing an event at the Grolsch Veste in Enschede. Due to current corona measures, we have had to move the event from the 27th of January to Tuesday, the 10th of May, 2022.

We have put together an exciting and inspiring program, which will start around 11.00AM with a short opening by eMagiz CEO & founder Rob ter Brugge. Afterward, thought-leader Steven van Belleghem will give a fascinating keynote based on his latest book ‘The offer you can’t refuse’, and will take you along on a journey into the fast-changing world of Customer Experience. 

During the informal lunch, you can meet and exchange experiences with other eMagiz users, partners and relations.

After lunch we continue with a number of break-out sessions with a focus on (future) technical developments in the integration and data management domain. In addition, a number of eMagiz partners will present how they have solved their customers’ challenges in this domain using the eMagiz platform. 

After a short coffee break, a panel discussion will be organized in which a number of IT leaders will share their vision on the importance of integration in digital transformation.

After a short conclusion of the official program, there will be space and time to toast to our 10th anniversary together with the whole eMagiz team!

Are you joining the celebration?

Tuesday, 10th of May 2022 From 11.00AM to 6.00PM @ de Grolsch Veste, Enschede

Tuesday, 10th of May 2022 from 11.00AM to 6.00PM

@ de Grolsch Veste, Enschede

Steven is an international keynote speaker and author of four best-selling books, more than 150,000 of which have now been sold. His core expertise is the future of customer centricity. The combination of customer-centric thinking, the latest technologies and the human touch is the guiding principle in Steven’s stories. 

Covid-19: eMagiz will comply with the then current regulations according. This may include the need to display a QR-code.