*** UPDATE 30 April 2018 ***
Now booking conference only!
For hotel rooms please contact Hotel Central:
Telephone: +31 (0)73 - 6 926 926
Members and non-members will pay different fees to attend the conference (membership costs only €80 per year). Members of sister organisations will also be entitled to a discount. Last but not least, there's a special fee for those contributing to the conference. All fees shown include Saturday night at the conference hotel.
When you come to register, if you can't find the option you are looking for, please contact us.
|Early-bird fee*||Contributor fee*||Standard fee***|
|SENSE members||€ 327.50||€ 277.50||€ 377.50|
|Members of sister organisations||€ 367.50||€ 317.50||€ 417.50|
|Non-members||€ 402.50||€ 352.50||€ 452.50|
* Registration and payment by midnight (23:59!) on Sunday 25 February 2018
** Registration will close on 26 May 2018, or earlier if tickets are sold out.
*** Prices based on a single room.
What this fee includes:
- Lunch on Saturday
- Network drinks
- Conference dinner
- Saturday night in a single room at the conference hotel (type of room depends on availability, ask about other options)
- Conference sessions on Saturday & Sunday
If you wish to find your own accommodation in Den Bosch, you can book the conference without the hotel on Saturday night. The conference fee is as follows:
|Conference without hotel|
|SENSE members||€ 275.00|
|Members of sister organisations||€ 315.00|
|Guest package (Saturday lunch, networking drinks & dinner)||€ 92.00|
|Supplement for single use of double room||€ 15.00|
|Friday workshops, see fees and registration*||Differs|
|Sunday lunch (Brabant ‘koffietafel’)**||€ 24.00|
** Sunday lunch not included in conference fee.
N.B. Prices exclude hotel tourist tax (€ 3.20 per person per night)
N.B. Prices exclude extras in the hotel room (mini bar, room service, laundry etc.)
© Images by photographer Michael Hartwigsen of SENSE’s inaugural conference, held in celebration of our 25th Jubilee, at Paushuize, Utrecht on 14 November 2015. All rights reserved.
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