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What you get
The conference pass includes free access to all sessions and the exhibition area (and/or specified workshops) on the days you specify. The pass also includes lunch and coffee every day, as well as dinner on Tuesday the 20th of November (with vegan and vegetarian options).
The conference pass + hotel includes 3 nights in a hotel close to the venue or in the city: Check in Sunday the 18th, check out Wednesday the 21st of November.
This is where I go every year to challenge my status quo, get a power boost from my equals and improve my craft.
Looking forward to next time! It’s a great event, aways inspiring and you get a lot of new ideas.
Tack så mycket! Bästa konferensen i Skandinavien.
Mässgatan 6, Hyllie, Malmö, Sweden
The venue is a modern Exhibition & Conference Centre located in Hyllie, only 8 minutes from the famous Øresund bridge and a 3 minutes train ride to Malmö City. With the latest IT and audio visual technology you are bound to experience Øredev in the best way possible!
It’s easy to get to Øredev by train, the venue is located only a short walking distance away from Hyllie station, the first stop in Sweden after Copenhagen Airport.
If you are on a budget and coming from Sweden, Denmark or North Germany, you can check with Flixbuss.
Copenhagen Airport is connected to Malmö by the Øresund Bridge.
Take the train from the airport and 15 minutes later you will find yourself in Hyllie and a 3 minutes walk from the venue.
There are plenty of parking places around the venue. You can read more about the parking facilities here.
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