Autumn has been showing its colors already, leaves are falling down, rain has been the source of many wet bike rides and traffic jams and we personally feel like sitting inside, drinking hot choco and eat pancakes. To get back some much needed energy for work we have a tip for you: a free festival at Seats2Meet Utrecht with theme ‘Work! Hooray it is getting complicated’ on Monday October 28th.

Why go to this festival at Seats2Meet?

Need some convincing? We have three reasons why you should go:


Did someone say workshops? Yeah we did! There are plenty about working and having your own company. Workshops are, among others:

  • How do you use your time?
  • How do you position yourself?
  • How do you get leads with Facebook?
  • What are the current trends?

And a test to see if you are addicted to your phone + some successes and failures are shared with the audience by entrepreneurs. All in all, an ideal way to get ideas and inspiration, to start fresh again.

Social talk: increase your network!

Share your knowledge, interests, network and ideas with others. Give what you want to receive, be surprised by beautiful encounters and help each other. More than 150 people have already registered, more join up every day!

Book launch + everyone takes one home!

“Hooray, it gets complicated!”, a new book by Ronald van den Hoff and Hans van Willigenburg is launched at the festival. The book is full of surprising and funny statements about everyday developments. From robotisation, digital nomads, celebrating boredom, controlling algorithms, making choices in a maze of possibilities, and more.

Sign up and learn more at Seats2Meet Festival ‘Work! Hooray it is getting complicated’ (October 28) via the website.


Dutchie Laura lived in Utrecht for 10 years. And the Domcity has developed ever since. More and more coffee bars have popped up and there are a lot of places to grab a sandwich on the go or stay for work. Best of all, Utrecht has a wide variety in of restaurants. Laura’s favorite? Anything with sushi, pasta, Indian, vegetarian, burgers, fish, meat, classic French… she’s not picky at all!

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