Important details you will need for your visit to The 5th Conference on MarTech.

The venue

#T5THC will take place at Interescaut, a former power plant that is transforming into an area for start-ups, movie location, artistic entrepreneurship,… With a focus on transformation and on technology.

The address:
Interescautlaan 100, 2627 Schelle

If your GPS doesn’t find this location, you can also type Alexander Wuststraat. You need to follow the ‘Electrabel’ signs.

Coming from Brussels

Due to roadworks at the A12, it’s suggested that you take the exit immediately after the Rupeltunnel towards Boom/Niel and take right to Boom and right again to Niel. From there follow your GPS. This looks like a longer route, but it’s faster and with less traffic.

Take into account that the way to the venue is through residential areas, with a speed limit of 30 and 50.

At the end of the Interescautlaan, you will arrive at a gate. Do not enter, but go to the right to the other gate. A parking guy will guide you.

As Interescaut is an old industrial building, it can be colder then usual. So your dresscode needs to be warm.

Doors will open at 9:00.

The schedule

You also received a mail with an invitation to the mobile app to guide you through the day. You will be able to set up your own schedule, register for the workshops and do speed dates with the main partners.

If you missed the invitation, no worries. Go to your app store and search for ‘The 5th Conference’ app. Download it and reclaim your password by entering with the email your registered for the event.


You will be able to join a total of 6 keynotes, 2 expert tracks, a dedicated sports marketing track with international speakers and 6 workshops. You can create your own personal schedule in the app. Don’t forget to register via the app if you want to attend one or more workshops. Seats are limited.

At the end of the day, you will receive the new marketing book “Obsessed” by Marc Bresseel and Renout van Hove.


Hope you will have a day full of wonderful insights and networking.

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