About the Event

The IMA has worked closely with the legendary Nolet family to piece together a carefully assembled experience in one of the world’s most spectacular venue sites. Join us for a life changing, career growing and personally pampering chapter in life. Every detail down to the table linens and menu items have been thought through to assure you of an IMPACT conference of epic levels. We'll be addressing advances in AI, AR, organizational leadership, Internet Marketing and European business opportunities. Holland follows our awesome global IMPACT conferences which include Singapore, Dublin, Cayman Islands and Istanbul.

Accommodation

5-star Hotel Des Indes

Lange Voorhout 54-56,
The Hague, 2514 EG, Netherlands
http://www.hoteldesindesthehague.com/

Contact

Liz Mirand: emirand@ima.world

Hall Roosevelt: hroosevelt@imanetwork.org

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Itinerary

Arrivals to Schiphol Airport in Amsterdam

Hotel Des Indes (Limo Coach Transfer)

Evening at the Hotel: Cocktails and Light Dinner

8:00am

Breakfast at Hotel Des Indes at own convenience

9:00am

Depart in Limo Coach Bus to Nolet Distillery

9:30am – 11:45am

Welcome Reception / Nolet Distillery Tour / Tasting / Photos

12:00pm

Gourmet Lunch at Nolet Distillery

1:00 – 3:00pm

IMPACT18 Holland, Business Meeting at Nolet Distillery

 

Featuring Keynote Presentations by:

Dr. Mark Maier, Chapman University.  “Leading ‘On Purpose:” Doing What (Really!) Matters.

and others.

3:00pm – 4:00pm

Bob’s Bar

4:00pm

Limo Bus Departs to Hotel Des Indes

4:30 – 6:00pm

Free Time

6:00pm

Limo Coach Departs to private venue – “Bob’s Garage” for Dinner – Nolet Family tradition provided exclusively for IMA

6:30 – 8:30pm

Cocktails & Gourmet Dinner

8:30pm

Limo Coach Departs to Hotel Des Indes

8:00am

Breakfast at Hotel Des Indes

9:00am

Meeting with art historian guide at the reception of Hotel Des Indes.  During the tour, the guide will explain on culture and history of the Netherlands.

Departure by luxury coach from the hotel to Amsterdam. During the tour, the guide will explain the culture and history of the Netherlands.

10:00am

Arrival in Amsterdam, Rijksmuseum.

Tour of the Rijksmuseum Highlights: Golden Age with famous works by Rembrandt, Vermeer, Van Ruysdael, doll houses, Asiatic pavilion, library.

11:30am

Tour of the Van Gogh Museum.

12:45pm

Lunch at bright and spacious Stedelijk Museum restaurant

2:20pm

Walk to the dock. Canal tour in a luxury city tender through the 17th century canals and river with contemporary architecture like the housing by Rem Koolhaas, KNSM- Java island, the Palace of Justice, the Anne Frank House, the EYE film institute and newest housing projects in the Western Houthavens. The guide will explain the history of the canal bend, architecture and contemporary developments. Drinks like tea, coffee, wine, beer and Ketel One and snacks will be offered on board.

4:30pm

End of the canal tour at Hermitage. Walk along Magre Bridge to Rembrandt Square, drink at Art Deco cafe Schiller

6:45pm

Walk along Munt tower, Rokin, Spui, Grimburgwal, Kloveniersburgwai, Staalstraat Montelbaans Tower to the Oude Waal

7:30pm

Dinner at Hemelse Modder restaurant.

9:30pm

Return by private transportation from Amrath Hotel Prins Hendrikkade 108, to Hotel des Indes

10:30pm

Arrival Hotel des Indes

8:00am

Breakfast at Hotel Des Indes

Guests Depart

The Internet Marketing Association is one of the fastest growing professional organizations in the world. Its mission is to provide a unique knowledge-sharing platform where proven internet marketing strategies are demonstrated and shared to increase each member’s value to their industry and their organization.

Today, Nolet Distllery is the oldest distillery in Holland that is still in the hands of the founding family, a testament to the strength of the Nolet family and their passion for distilling. Founded in 1691 in Schiedam, Nolet Distllery has remained a prominent fixture in the city’s distilling history, surviving throughout the French Revolution and two World Wars. The distillery has been exporting spirits to the United States since the late 19th century.