The Euclid Network

Impact Summit 2020

POSTPONED

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IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT

In light of the growing concerns around COVID-19 we’ve made the difficult decision to postpone the Euclid Network Impact Summit 2020.

We take the responsibility for the safety and the health of our participants and partners very seriously. It is with a heavy heart that we have to look at the necessary postponement. We stay committed to organising a high-quality summit that brings together impact-practitioners from all fields and therefore, we are currently looking into new dates and will keep you updated over the next weeks.

How does it work?

Keynote conversations

Bold ideas put to the test

We bring you bold ideas from leading thinkers through keynote conversations. We also bring you the doers, the social leaders and entrepreneurs putting these ideas to the test in our impact labs.

Interactive Masterclasses

Expert trainers sharing what they know

We draw on our network of experts to provide you with the latest knowhow, skills and tools to drive positive change.

Roundtables

A different kind of learning

We connect you with both the local and the EU-level. Our roundtables allow for an open debate as well as a deep-dive into very specific topics, learning key lessons from experienced peers.

Ticket categories

Euclid Network
Members

NGOs / Social Enterprise
(Support Organisations)

Universities / Public
sector

Corporates / Social Impact
Investors

Key Resources

We have gathered key resources from the EU, EN members

and our host city which are an inspiration for the Euclid Network Impact Summit 2020:

        

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The varied agenda over two days in March 2020 may include: keynote conversations, masterclasses, workshops, late cafés, site visits to social enterprises, networking drinks, breakfasts, lunches and dinners, as well as a participant and social enterprise fair.

Together, we will grow our collective power to drive positive change through powerful connections.

Supported by our media partner:

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The Venue

Sound and Vision (Beeld en Geluid)
Former COMM Museum
Zeestraat 82
2518 AD The Hague 
TEL: +31 070 330 7500

 

Find detailed directions below:

Public transport 

The nearest stops are: Mauritskade, Javastraat / Alexanderplein. 

Bus: Line 22 or 24 (from The Hague Central Station). Take line 22 to the Mauritskade or Javastraat stop. You can take line 24 to the Mauritskade / Alexanderplein stop. 

Tram: Take line 1 (from The Hague Hollands Spoor) and exit at the Mauritskade or Javastraat stop. 

By car 

From the A12 and N44, follow the Utrechtsebaan towards the Javastraat or Mauritskade. COMM is next to the city ‘gate’ located at Zeestraat 82. 

Parking 

You can easily park your car at Plein 1813 (paid parking)or in the ParkKing Mauritskade/Zeestraat parking garage (Mauritskade 4). 

From here, it takes 3 minutes to walk. 

Accessibility 

The Venue is accessible for wheelchair users and disabled persons.

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