Designers & Drinks Meetup

Web/UX Designers and Developers; eat, drink and connect!

16 January 2013 from 6pm to 8pm

Booking.com is organizing an informal 'Designers & Drinks' event for the Amsterdam area Web & Mobile Design (and Web & Mobile Development) professionals. It's an excellent opportunity to find out more about the everyday challenges Booking.com faces, to network, to have some drinks and a good time.

Booking.com has a big team of designers and developers that work together on the global website. Our website is available in 40+ languages and we host 41,000+ global destinations. Each day, over 400,000 room nights are reserved on Booking.com, and the website attracts over 30 million unique visitors each month from both the leisure and business sectors worldwide.

Do you want to know how we push the web forward by making our website local and global at the same time, how we keep everything scalable, and how we deal with these challenges and more?
Meet us at the Heeren van Aemstel and find out what makes our day. This is a great opportunity to meet some of our design staff and find out how we work at the world’s leading online hotel reservations website.

Ps: if you are interested, we’re also hiring! We’re looking for talented people who have innovative ideas, who want to be creative, who want to be pro-active and who take ownership. Your opinion really counts!

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  • Andrew Pendrick
  • Rogier Barendregt
  • Stuart Frisby
  • Matthew Pennell
  • Roy Abbink
  • Elvira
  • Booking.com
  • Diogo Antunes
  • Sergey Protopopov

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