The European Content Awards will be presented at a gala dinner and awards ceremony at Stara Zajezdnia in Kraków on Thursday 27 February 2020.
The event is the perfect opportunity to network and celebrate your achievements amongst your peers, friends and colleagues in the digital industry – truly an event not to be missed! The awards will begin with a complimentary drinks reception, followed by a three-course dinner, awards presentation and entertainment.
TICKET PRICESEarly Bird Ticket Prices
(Before and on 31 January 2020)
Individual Ticket – £225 + VAT
Table of Ten – £2100 + VAT
Standard Ticket Prices
(From 1 February 2020)
Individual Ticket – £250 + VAT
Table of Ten – £2300 + VAT
Event Guest InformationThis event is ticketless. If you have received a confirmation email from your booking, simply turn up on the night and your name will be on the table plan with details of your seating arrangement.
APPROXIMATE RUNNING ORDER
18:30 - Drinks Reception
19:15 - Welcome Speeches
19:30 - Dinner
21:30 - Awards
00:00 - Close
Dress to impress!
MenuTo be announced.
Any dietary requests, food allergies or access requirements should be submitted during the booking process or alternatively sent to firstname.lastname@example.org prior to the event. Requests received after this cannot be guaranteed.
Booking DetailsFor further information, please contact Michael Cass on +44 (0)1706 828855 or email email@example.com.
Please note: tables are allocated on a first-come, first-serve basis. All payments are due in advance of the event to secure tickets.
Cancellations: We regret that refunds cannot be made if tickets are cancelled within 28 days of the event.
The VenueThe depot was established in 1913 with the launch of a broad-gauge tram line in Krakow - at the time it was the second facility of this type, because next to it was a six-track hall built for the needs of the narrow-gauge traction - currently the Museum of Municipal Engineering is located here.
The renovated building of the Old Tram Depot is a unique building. The hall is an example of the rare wooden frame architecture in Krakow with brick filling, popularly known as the "half-timbered wall". The front of the hall is decorated with a picturesque gable with a clock framed in Art Nouveau finial. The Main Hall belongs to the architectural and construction complex covered by legal protection - entered in the register of monuments in 1985 and on the UNESCO World Cultural and Natural Heritage List, which is recognized as a historical monument.