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Digital Banquet

The Digital Banquet (organized by the Belgian Association of Marketing & the Digital Managers Club) is the largest networking event for digital marketing professionals in Belgium. This unique experience brings together decision makers across all areas of the industry for an exclusive afternoon that mixes great conversations and fine dining in a relaxed atmosphere.

Strictly reserved to business leaders, this reception is the perfect once-a-year occasion to interact with peers, extend your network and make new business connections with highly qualified attendees.

The two first editions of the Digital Banquet gathered more than 400 professionals. This year, the organisers aim for 150 participants strictly selected on the guest list.

The registration process

Registrations only through the official website.
DMC & BAM members will receive an early bird invite to register before the official date. Non-members will have to request an invite or to be invited by another attendee

BAM/DMC Members: 150,00 € (VAT EXCLUDED)
Others: 185,00 € (VAT EXCLUDED)

A wonderful venue, the Queen Elisabeth Music Chapel

the Queen Elisabeth Music Chapel

The Music Chapel building, a specimen of architecture in transition between Art Deco and modernism, was specially designed for its core activity: to welcome and house top level young musicians and to give them the opportunity to improve and to perform on stage under optimal conditions. Realizing the vital importance of this architectural heritage for Belgium, the public authorities listed the original building and its park in 1994.

A location that perfectly reflects the ambition and thematic of this 3rd edition of the Digital Banquet:
"How can Digital contribute to build a humanistic culture?"


A global thematic: Digital Humanism

Digital Humanism, as defined by Gartner, « is the notion that people are the central focus in the manifestation of digital businesses and digital workplaces. Businesses who embrace digital humanism use technology to redefine the way people achieve their goals and enable people to achieve things not previously possible. »

But we do prefer the definition of Milad Doueihi, Professor of Digital Humanities at Paris-Sorbonne : « Digital humanism is the affirmation that current technology, in its global dimension, is a culture, in that it creates a new context, on a global scale ».

This leads us to the idea that putting humankind at the center of our digital businesses is key for the future. A topic we want to share with the participants of the Digital Banquet 2018.

Click here to register on the official website