Microsoft NT Conference Traditionally Held at the Grand Hotel Bernardin
Slovenian coast is a good base for an excellent conference with sunny weather which stimulates participants to network, learn and enjoy themselves at a location with an amazing sea view.
The Bernardin Congress Centre, the first and the largest Congress Centre in Slovenia which offers 19 multi-purpose halls and other spaces for promotional activities, is known for their excellency which is seen with many congresses and conferences choosing the location as their venue for many consecutive years. One of those conferences, traditionally held at Bernardin, is also the Microsoft NT Conference which will present itself in all greatness again this year, from 15th to 17th May 2017.
The biggest Slovenian technological-business conference, Microsoft NT Conference, has, through the years, grown to be one of the most successful and important IT and business events in Slovenia. This year, already the 22ndMicrosoft NT Conference will take place between 15th and 17th May 2017 at the Grand Hotel Bernardin in Portorož and the organizer is expecting over 2,000 participants to gather and meet some of the best domestic and foreign technology and business experts. In 3 days, attendees will network and listen to more than 150 speakers and more than 10 seminars, focusing not only on IT trends and solutions, but also on the ways how to include them in everyday business processes and how to effectively use them in business challenges. Focused on combining technology and business, NT Conference is a place of numerous business opportunities with networking and business meetings being a very important part of the conference, so it serves as an important platform for personal meetings with business partners and some of the topmost experts.
May is a good choice for organising a conference at the Slovenian coast. Warm and sunny weather certainly helps the participants to network, learn and enjoy themselves at a location with an amazing sea view, topped with professionalism of the Bernardin MICE Team.