World Forum The Hague Fully Renovated

World Forum The Hague (formerly World Forum) and the City of The Hague will reopened the largest venue for conferences and events in The Hague yesterday, after years of renovations and an investment of more than EUR 28 million.

The fully renovated building will allow World Forum The Hague to host even larger national and international events using the new 12,000 m² exhibition hall and other innovative developments.

The event, named The Next Chapter, called for a celebration, with over 300 guests from the conference and events sector and the City of The Hague. Mayor Pauline Krikke, Deputy Mayor Karsten Klein, GL events Executive Daniel Chapiro and World Forum The Hague’s General Manager Michiel Middendorf spoke at the event.

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