DEADLINE: MARCH 20, 2020
If you are unable to complete your registration, there is a save and return button at the top of the form. Otherwise submit any changes to Rebekah Giaraffa at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If your dates are outside of the room block with the hotel (Saturday, April 18 - Wednesday, April 22), or you are looking to upgrade your room, please email Rebekah at email@example.com to help book your appropriate dates/room.
Due to COVID-19, the summit has been cancelled.
If registered on or before March 20, 2020 US $1295
If registered after March 20, 2020: US $1495
This per-person fee includes: opening reception and dinner, breaks, lunches, off-site transportation, and dinners.
*Payment for per-person cost must be paid in full before the registrant can attend the meeting. Any registrations received after March 20 must be paid via credit card. For IRS purposes under the 50%/50% banquet reduction rate, US$1005 of the per person fee is for meal costs.
If your agency registers 3 or more, the 3rd person onwards will receive a $500 discount.
Please review the cancellation terms below, which you will need to agree to upon registration.
SPOUSE/SIGNIFICANT OTHER TO ATTEND
The spouse/significant other fee is US $595 and includes the opening night reception and dinner, Monday night’s dinner, and the closing dinner on Tuesday evening.
If your Spouse/Partner/Significant Other is planning to attend any of the general session meetings, they will need to register as a Partner Attendee.
All registered spouses, significant others, and children must pay the full spouse, significant other, child rate at the time of registration. If a spouse, significant other, or child attends any portion/event of the meeting, including meals, and is not registered, the full registration and a late fee will be charged post meeting.
You have two options for payment, select your choice during your registration. All payments must be received by April 15th, 2020.
1. Credit card, via PayPal
2. Electronic invoice to pay by check or wire transfer.
Check or Wire Transfer Invoices will be generated within 7 days of registration and will be emailed to you by WPI.
If you elect to pay via credit card, a PayPal invoice will be created and sent to you within 7 days or your registration. If the invoice should go to an email address that is not that of the registrant, please email Rebekah Giaraffa with that information.
All registration fees are reviewed by WPI for accuracy before invoices are issued. If your agency registers 3 or more attendees, the 3rd attendee onwards will receive a $500 discount, which will be applied to the invoice.
If you have any questions concerning your payment or invoice, please contact Sean Dockery.
TERMS & CONDITIONS
Worldwide Partners, Inc. Terms & Conditions
Registrants who cancel may transfer the registration to another attendee at their firm at any time, but are not eligible for a refund. Registrants who cancel or no show will be responsible for any and all room cancellation charges.
Reservations that are canceled on or after March 21, 2020 may be assessed the expenses (room rate, tax, service, city tax) of the entire booked original stay.
All registered spouses/partners/significant others must pay the full spouse/child rate at the time of registration. If a spouse/partner/significant other attends any portion/event of the meeting and is not registered, the full registration and a late fee will be charged post meeting.
Please note that the individual credit cards given at time of registration may be charged for any cancellations incurring penalties as per terms mentioned above or in case of a no show to the meeting.
Personal Data Protection
WPI agrees that it may be the recipient of Personal Data during the performance of obligations when registration for the meeting occurs. “Personal Data” means any information relating to an identified or identifiable natural person. WPI agrees that with respect to Personal Data, howsoever received, it shall at all times (i) maintain such Personal Data in the strictest confidence using the same degree of care that it uses in safeguarding its own confidential information, but in no event less than a reasonable degree of care, and using procedures that shall prevent the intentional or unintentional disclosure or use of Personal Data in violation of this Agreement, (ii) use such Personal Data only to fulfill its contractual obligations under this Agreement, (iii) disclose such Personal Data only to such of its officers, employees, and agents as have a need to know such Personal Data in connection with the performance of the obligations under this Agreement and then only after each such person has been advised of the obligations and restrictions contained herein, (iv) not disclose Personal Data to third parties without having first received express written approval from the person.