This September, the 5th annual Open-Xchange Summit is in Hamburg - Europe's 'door to the world' - connecting senior business leaders and industry experts across the Cloud and SaaS marketplaces. As the 2nd largest city in Germany, Hamburg is a leading economic port to regional and global trade, international media and business hub where OX and partners will be showcasing how business performance and velocity in the cloud works.
Participants at the OX Summit 2013 will learn how to:
- Reduce churn and drive revenue growth
- Expand portfolio of Cloud services and customer enagement
- Enter new target segments with SaaS-based models
The OX Summit 2013 is the "Port of Entry to the Cloud" for hosters, telcos, system interators and cloud vendors looking to change the game in their cloud-based business and evolve customer engagement models. The Summit provides thought leadership and insight where the market is headed, enabling participants to validate their strategy and approach, exchange best practices with peers and connect. Benefit from exchange filled with inspirational presentations and keynotes, independent analyst engagement, thought provoking business cases and access to leading Cloud solution providers.
Join OX and partners on Hamburg's waterfront to understand how to benefit from the mobile-app economy and fight competition from Over-The-Top players trying to monopolize the unprecented opportunity that the cloud delivers.
Be part of OXS13
Learn how global Cloud/SaaS business models work
Understand roadmaps and technology roadmaps
Access to OX Cloud and SaaS ecosystem
Exclusive networking with industry experts
A very special Venue
Cap San Diego – Hamburg, Germany
The Cap San Diego was constructed by the Deutsche Werft, Hamburg. The vessel is from bow to stern a Hamburg ship and was designed by the well known Hamburg marine architect Cäsar Pinnau. She was delivered on March 27th, 1962 to the fleet of the "Hamburg-Südamerikanische Dampfschifffahrtsgesellschaft".
The Cap San Diego is a unique testimony to seafaring and is berthed in her old home harbor of Hamburg as a 'museum you can touch' since 1986. She is the last of the classic cargo ships, referred to as "White Swan of the South Atlantic".
Length: 159.40 m
Breadth: 21.47 m
Propelled by a two-stroke MAN diesel engine with 9 cylinders
CAP SAN DIEGO
D-20459 | Hamburg
Accommodation & Travel
Rooms are being held for attendees in the Lindner Hotel am Michel just a stone's through away from the summit venue (first come, first served).
Rooms & Hotel
The Lindner Hotel am Michel is situated centrally to Hamburg's city center and the Cap San Diego.
Rooms with a special summit rate are being held for attendees at the Lindner Hotel am Michel until July 23rd.
Call +49 40 30 70 67 0 and mention the OX Summit contingent password OXS13.
Some close by alternatives are:
There are many hotels to choose from please feel free to choose your own accomondation around the St. Pauli Landungsbrücken area.
Travel by Air
Hamburg Airport (HAM) - Hamburg Airport, also known as Hamburg-Fuhlsbüttel Airport, is an international airport serving Hamburg, Germany. Once at Hamburg Airport, approximate time needed to reach the OX Summit is 30 minutes by cab.
Airport Frankfurt/Main (FRA) - Frankfurt/Main airport is the largest German airport and is accessible by all major airlines. Connection to Hamburg is easily done via a ICE high speed train (roughly 3.5 hours) or via a connection flight to Hamburg Airport (approx. 1 hour).
Travel by Train
The recommended way to arrive at the OX Summit is by ICE high speed train to Hamburg Main Station. To get to the event location take the S-Bahn or U-Bahn to Landungsbrücken. From there it is a 10 minutes walk to the Cap San Diego. Reservations for trains in Germany can be made on the official web site of German Rail (Deutsche Bahn): www.bahn.de.
Travel by Boat
HADAG-Fährlinie No. 62, from Finkenwerder to Landungsbrücken, 29 minutes.
HADAG-Fährline No. 75, from Steinwerder to Landungsbrücken, 5 minutes.
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See you in Hamburg 2013!
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