June 26–29, 2014
True North will take place at Yasuragi Hasseludden — a peaceful oasis where you can enjoy Japanese baths, energising activites and a variety of treatments. There are two restaurants where you can enjoy Japanese and Asian cooking. Yasuragi is designed to provide the ultimate conditions for work and rest.
The conference will be held in the biggest meeting room, Fuji — a large, spacious hall with a unique and dynamic interior, complete with panoramic windows that span seven metres high. You will also have access to lounging areas and a big balcony overlooking the archipelago.
- Yasuragi Hasseludden
132 39 Saltsjö-boo, Sweden
You can arrive at Yasuragi by car, bus or boat. Go to their website, click on contacts and then directions in the menu on the left for more information. If you want to go by cab, you can call Taxi Stockholm on +46 (08) 15 00 00.
Stockholm is the capital of Sweden and the country’s largest city. It is located in the heart of Scandinavia, on Sweden’s southeast coast, by the Baltic Sea.
The city was founded in the early 13th century, and is renowned for its beauty, clean open water, fascinating history, broad variety of arts and culture.
If you’re staying in town beyond the conference, be sure to check out Gamla Stan, visit some of the city’s multitude of museums, stop by the Royal Palace, try the rides at Gröna Lund amusement park on Djurgården, participate in some roof top hiking on Riddarholmen, or sample some of the city’s more than 1000 restaurants. Whatever you prefer, there’s something for everyone in The City on the Water.