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EVENT SCHEDULE

On-site Registration and payment on
 

  • 10th  March  from 1.00 p.m. – 7.00 p.m. at Registration Desk - Central Foyer, IEC
  • 11th  March  from 8.30 a.m. – 5.00 p.m. at Registration Desk - Central Foyer, IEC

     

11th  March          10.00 - 18.30 Mussala Hall – 2nd fl Vihren Hall – 2nd fl
     
DAY 1          10.00 Official Opening  
                      11.00 Rеcycling of Construction &
Demolition Waste
The Future of
District Energy in the EU
                     13.00 – 15.00 Towards a Circular Economy  
                     14.00 – 18.00
Exhibition working time Energy Efficiency Conference
                     15.30 – 18.00 Plastic Waste Recycling Plastic Waste Recycling
Exhibition   10.00 - 18.00
Halls 1 & 2
Exhibition Working Time Exhibition Working Time
                      19.00 Reception Reception

 

12th  March          10.00 - 18.30 Mussala Hall Vihren Hall
     
DAY 2                    10.30 - 17.00 Smart Cities Conference Save the Life Conference
Exhibition            10.00 - 18.00
Halls 1& 2                            
Exhibition Working Time Exhibition Working Time

 

 13th  March             10.00 - 17.30 Mussala Hall Vihren Hall
     
Exhibition            10.00 - 17.30
Halls 1& 2
Exhibition Working Time Exhibition Working Time

 

EE & RES CONGRESS REGISTRATION FEES

The Registration is only on-line at www.viaexpo.com

Deadline for registration & payment by bank: 6th March 2015

 

Session Days Early bird
till 9 Feb
Regular fee
till 6 March
On-site
after 6 March
Future of District Energy in the EU 11th March 35 EUR +
20% VAT
55 EUR +
20% VAT
65 EUR +
20% VAT
EE Conference 11th March 45 EUR +
20% VAT
55 EUR +
20% VAT
60 EUR +
20% VAT
1 day 11th March 60 EUR +
20% VAT
80 EUR +
20% VAT
90 EUR +
20% VAT

 

Smart Cities Conference REGISTRATION FEES
 

Session Days Early bird
till 9 Feb
Regular fee
till 6 March
On-site
after 6 March
Smart Cities 12th March 65 EUR +
20% VAT
75 EUR +
20% VAT
85 EUR +
20% VAT

 

WASTE MANAGEMENT CONFERENCE REGISTRATION FEES
 

Session Days Early bird
till 9 Feb
Regular fee
till 6 March
On-site
after 6 March
Rеcycling of Construction & Demolition Waste 11th March 45EUR +
20% VAT
55 EUR +
20% VAT
65 EUR +
20% VAT
Towards a Circular Economy 11th March 35 EUR +
20% VAT
45 EUR +
20% VAT
50 EUR +
20% VAT
Plastic Waste Recycling 11th March 30 EUR +
20% VAT
40 EUR +
20% VAT
50 EUR +
20% VAT
1 day 11th March 80 EUR +
20% VAT
100 EUR +
20% VAT
120 EUR +
20% VAT

 

Save the Life Conference REGISTRATION FEES
 

Session Days Early bird
till 9 Feb
Regular fee
till 6 March
On-site
after 6 March
Save the Life Conference 12th March 15 EUR +
20% VAT
25 EUR +
20% VAT
35 EUR +
20% VAT

 

REGISTRATION FEE INCLUDES
In addition to the free access to all exhibition halls, your registration fee includes:
 

  • Conference e-proceedings
  • Simultaneous translation
  • Complimentary refreshments during breaks
  • Access to the Exhibition e-catalogue
  • Attendee list with branch details in the on-line Appointment Module
  • Access to the on-line Appointment Module


SPECIAL AREA FOR  MEETINGS
Do you to get an early start on your networking?  In order to facilitate you to pre-arrange your private meetings with important contacts, you will have an access to the list of all speakers, exhibitors, registered attendees, and VIP guests 7 days before the event takes place. The access to the meeting area is free of charge.

We offer the following registration discounts for attendees – note that the discounts can not be combined:

10% Group Discounts – After paying full price for the first attendee, all other  attendees from the same organization receive 10% off.

If 3 attendees from the same organization are registered, the 4th pass is free.   

Government & Academic Discounts – Till 5th March 2015, all governmental, municipal, academic, and student attendees receive 40% off the registration fee.  After 5th March. the registration will be at its regular price.  

Note that students must provide copies of ID cards and personalized letters from their universities to prove full-time status. Students under 28 are eligible only.  For verification, please send scanned copies of these materials to office@viaexpo.com
 

  • Cocktail invitation, 11th March, 7.00 p.m. (for participant) 18 € + 20% VAT
  • Cocktail invitation for accompanying person 30 € + 20% VAT


PAYMENT
All registration fees must be paid via bank transfer in advance.  We provide complete banking details once you register.

CANCELLATION
All cancellations must be in writing.  We charge a €25 non-refundable administrative fee for any cancellations prior to 10 February 2014.  Cancellations after this deadline will not result in a refund.  However, it is possible to transfer your event pass to another attendee.    

PRIVACY
We will not share your contact details with any third parties.  However, we may send you occasional administrative information via email.  If you prefer not to receive this correspondence, please contact us directly after completing your registration ( office@viaexpo.com ).  

20% VAT is applicable to the above quoted prices except for VAT registered companies from EU countries, outside Bulgaria.
 

Register now at www.viaexpo.com. Registration and payment deadline - 6th March! After this date the on-line registration is closed and you have to register and pay on site.




 


 

 

 

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