The EMAC Annual Conference is the most significant user benefit of membership and the highlight of the EMAC calendar. The conference serves to create a major platform for the exchange of ideas, dissemination of research findings and discussion of work in progress, as well as the opportunity for catching up with old friends and networking with new colleagues.
Marketing School of the Bucharest University of Economic Studies hosts the 53rd Annual Conference of The European Marketing Academy.
Benefits of attending the conference
Sharpen your knowledge
Learn from the best experts of the moment, stay in touch with a global marketing community and see how they can mix business strategy, leadership, marketing and creativity.
The conference provides a great opportunity to gain valuable insights.
Form new relationships, and strengthen the existing ones.
The EMAC Annual Conference serves to create a major focus for exchange of ideas, dissemination of research findings and discussion of work in progress from the international recognized researchers.
The Romanian capital is a city of contrasts, where historic buildings stand side by side with glass and metal skyscrapers. Architectural legends are featured next to contemporary creations thus enhancing the experience of contemplation and the dynamics of a lively city.
Cubist treasures hide among fin-de-siècle palaces and Marcel Janco is everywhere. Visit the National Museum of Art, the Modern Art National Museum, MARE – the contemporary art museum. These are events in themselves and tours are not confined to given directions.
Have a coffee or just walk and notice how familiar the city is to everybody: how the city can be inhabited by anyone who wishes to. Move here if you wish – or consider yourself a bucureshtean for only a couple of days.
Bucharest is an eclectic cultural background gathering medieval and contemporary, a mixture of local and traditional together with international and modern gastronomy and styles of living, and a cozy and friendly public life and environment - such as the picturesque streets and nice people of the Old Town, which creates a cosmopolite and inclusive space.
Walk on Calea Victoriei, walk slowly from the Victoriei Plazza to the Dâmbovița River. You can enjoy sweet little parks, great caffees, shops, restaurants, bookshops, palaces, museums. In 2 hours you have the flavor of all times – present, past, future – and all spaces – airy, mysterious and strange or maze-like ones.
Landmarks may also include the second largest building in the world – The House of the People – Ceaușescu’s aggrandizing visions. A 60-storey building, dominating the East-West axis of the city, the building is worth visiting and meditating upon.
In terms of cuisine, the traditional Romanian food is definitely a must-try once in Bucharest. Find out the best and popular food to sample when searching for what to eat in Bucharest.
We recommend a great dinner at „Lacrimi și Sfinți” – the restaurant of the Romanian poet Mircea Dinescu. Excellent local food and wine with exquisite notes …
Few vegetarian options, though, but you can find alternatives as all continents are covered in terms of cuisine.
After dinner, take a walk to the Dancing Waters – a spectacular water and music show in Piazza Unirii. Then choose a club – Fratelli, for example. You find all themes, all types of music, all you can project is here.