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Information, event center, accommodation

24th to 26th of November 2021
Weiz (near Graz), Austria

How high are the participation fees?

The flat rate is 899 Euro excl. 20% VAT (AT) (excl. overnight stay) per person. This is an all-inclusive price, which includes:

  • the conference on 24th of November 2021, 02.00 - 06.00 pm. including the "welcome" dinner in Hotel Allmer in Weiz
  • the conference on 25th of November 2021, 09.00 am. - 06.00 pm. including the "networking" dinner in Hotel Der Ederer, Weizberg
  • the excursion on 26th of November 2021, 09.00 am. - 01.00 pm.

The participation of accompanying persons to the dinners is possible, but extra to book and pay in advance. The early booking is 10%, ends on 30th of September 2021 and is only available for conference attendees not for companions, the general registration deadline is 31st of October 2021.

The flat rate for online participation is 449 Euro excl. 20% VAT (AT) (excl. overnight stay) per person. This option includes only the online participation for these two conference days.

If you have any questions, please contact us

gfa-consulting gmbh

Tel: +43 / 3172 / 93 080 or

info@icop.at

Included are the 1,5 days of conference, coffee breaks and lunch including drinks as well as dinner on 24th and 25th of November 2021 and the excursion on 26th of November 2021. The participation of an accompanying person in the dinner / the excursion  is possible, but must be booked and paid separately. The online price includes only the online participation for the two conference days. With the confirmation of registration you will receive an invoice, which you will have to pay upon receipt. Participation is only possible if we have received the payment before the event. Cancellation: For cancellations after 15th of October 2021 the cancellation fee is 50% of the lump sum. For cancellations after 1st of November 2021, the cancellation fee is 100% of the lump sum and for non-appearance or cancellation on the day of the event. The full lump sum is charged here. Cancellation must be made in writing without exception. A substitute person can of course be named. The organizer reserves the right to make changes to the programme and to cancel the event. All fees are exclusive of 20% VAT (AT).

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Conference Center - Kunsthaus Weiz

Rathausgasse 3, 8160 Weiz

 

The conference takes place on the upper floor of the Kunsthaus, in the Frank-Stronach hall. Parking is available in the Kunsthaus underground car park, at the Elingasse entrance.

 

As a transparent glass body, the Kunsthaus is integrated into the historical inventory of Weiz's old town. The construction surprises as a "grand gesture" in a small, medieval structure. The building hastwo storeys, with the entire ground floor offering space for retail and catering. The upper floor forms the essential core of the Kunsthaus, which houses the event hall, foyer and exhibition space.

 

 

Hotel Der Ederer am Weizberg

The "networking" dinner will take place in this hotel. You can also use this hotel (www.ederer.at) as accommodation and book it under "ICOP 2021".

price for a single room per night inclusive breakfast, VAT and city tax: Euro 63,50
price for a double room per night inclusive breakfast, VAT and city tax: Euro 90,00

In case of special requests attendees may contact our Reservations department at +43 (3172) 2349, email: office@ederer.at. When contacting the hotel, please refer to the block name "ICOP 2021".

 

 

Hotel Allmer in Weiz

The "welcome" dinner will take place in this hotel. You can also use this hotel (www.gasthof-allmer.at) as accommodation and book it under "ICOP 2021".

price for a single room per night inclusive breakfast, VAT excl. city tax: Euro 71,00
price for a double room per night inclusive breakfast, VAT excl. city tax: Euro 125,00

In case of special requests attendees may contact the reservation department at +43 (3172) 2258, email: office@gasthof-allmer.at. When contacting the hotel, please refer to the block name "ICOP 2021".

Foto Copyright: Karl Schrotter

 

 

Das war der ICOP 2019