Save with COMSOL Conference 2013 Group Discounts
Lauren Sansone | August 13, 2013
If your colleagues are interested in joining you for the COMSOL Conference 2013, you might want to consider the Group Discount. Discounted rates are available at each of the three COMSOL Conference locations — Boston, Bangalore, and Rotterdam. This way, you and your colleagues can get all the training you need in one place, at the fraction of the fee as compared to registering one-by-one.
About the Group Discount
If you have four or more people who want to sign up for the COMSOL Conference from within the same organization, we will grant you and your colleagues entrance at a discounted rate. This means overall savings of around $500 for your team! Got more than four people? We will pro-rate it and give that discount to the 5th, 6th, 7th registrant, etc. It’s that simple.
I encourage you to register before each location’s savings deadline (listed below) to ensure you get the lowest rate possible. After these dates, the registration fees go up a notch.
|Boston||Before Sept. 13||After Sept. 13|
|Full Conference Academic||$295||$395|
|Group of 4||$995||$1,495|
|Group of 4 Academic||$695||$995|
|Bangalore||Before Sept. 13||After Sept. 13|
|Full Conference||5,700 Rs||6,750 Rs|
|Full Conference Academic||2,250 Rs||2,800 Rs|
|Group of 4||15,200 Rs||18,500 Rs|
|Group of 4 Academic||7,300 Rs||8,500 Rs|
|Rotterdam||Before Sept. 27||After Sept. 27|
|Full Conference Academic||€295||€395|
|Group of 4||€995||€1,495|
|Group of 4 Academic||€695||€995|
Tell your supervisor about this opportunity or share this with your team of colleagues or students and take advantage of the Group Discount today.
Hope to see you and your group this October!
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