Today we’re pleased to present you a brand new venue in the spotlight. Discover MICX, or Mons International Congress Xperience, a sustainable congress center and architectural masterpiece by Daniel Libeskind in Mons, Belgium.
Close to Brussels National Airport (45 minutes), Brussels South – Charleroi (40 minutes) and Lille (50 minutes). By train, MICX is only 1 hour and 20 minutes away from Paris, 3 hours from Cologne, 3 hours from Amsterdam, and 2 hours and 40 minutes from London.
Facts and figures
▸ 20 rooms
▸ 10 to 1000 people
▸ Indoor & outdoor car parks
▸ Catering service
▸ Free wifi
MICX offers fully scalable and tailor-made solutions for your meetings, seminars, product presentations, conventions, conferences, and shareholders’ meetings. This exceptional building includes auditoria and rooms equipped with the latest technologies, and fulfils the most demanding expectations in terms of events organisation.
▸ Find out more about the rooms
Without forgetting additional services, which can be organised on a tailor-made basis, in order to meet your specific requirements, including hostesses, cleaning and housekeeping, secretarial services, security and caretaking, interpretation services, technicians and cloakrooms, etc.
Work with the assistance of specialists at every level, and with the very latest technologies, such as the interpretation booths in all the auditoria, and a cutting-edge audio-visual system.
The cherry on the MICX cake is the fact that each seat in the auditoria combines a design that has been specifically adapted for the location, with an individual power outlet, which can be used to recharge your mobile, tablet and laptop batteries as often as you need to! In short, each room in the MICX guarantees that you be will able to work under optimal conditions!
The MICX suits several types of events perfectly and is ideal to provide your guests with a design and modern atmosphere in a cultural destination.
If you would consider the MICX to host one of your upcoming business events, get in touch with us today.
Credits: photos courtesy of the MICX.