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For the acquisition of tickets there are two sale stages:

STAGE 1 – Until January 20, 2017:
One Day Pass: $700
Two Day Passes: $1,200
Three Day Passes: $1,500

STAGE 2 – From January 20, 2017:
One Day Pass: $900
Two Day Passes: $1,500
Three Day Passes: $1,900

For any inconvenience during the purchase of tickets, please let us know at forum@goethalsconsulting.com

Three Day Passes
1,500.00 USD

Three Day Access

2 Coffee Breaks

Lunch (International Buffet)

Papers

Exclusive Prices for Travel Expenses

100USD Voucher For Next Event

You are booking for : Three Day Passes

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Two Day Passes
1,200.00 USD

Two Day Access

2 Coffee Breaks

Lunch (International Buffet)

Papers

Exclusive Prices for Travel Expenses

70USD Voucher For Next Event

You are booking for : Two Day Passes

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Please, specify the date(s) of your pass: i.e. Feb. 15 and Feb. 17; Full Pass; Feb 16. **
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One Day Pass
700.00 USD

One Day Access

2 Coffee Breaks

Lunch (International Buffet)

Papers

Exclusive Prices for Travel Expenses

50USD Voucher For Next Event

You are booking for : One Day Pass

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Please, specify the date(s) of your pass: i.e. Feb. 15 and Feb. 17; Full Pass; Feb 16. **
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Package
Starting at 1,350 USD

Hotel
Transportation Airport – Hotel – Airport
Three Day Access to Conference:

2 Coffee Breaks
Lunch (International Buffet)
Papers

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