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Register now for IAMCR's 2012 conference
Now is the time to register for IAMCR's 2012 conference in Durban, South Africa. Click here to register online or here to visit the home page of the IAMCR 2012 website. Registration for the conference will only take a few minutes and involves a six-step process.
The following describes the six steps to register online for IAMCR 2012:
- provide your personal information and fee category;
- confirm your registration fee;
- select your social events, book accommodation, airport transfers;
- select special requirements (diet, disabilities, translation);
- confirm details and accept terms and conditions;
- choose your payment method and make your payment.
The online registration form will guide you through this process. You can choose to pay online via credit card (Visa or Mastercard only) or to have an invoice emailed to you for paying via bank transfer. If you choose to pay by bank transfer, invoices are payable within seven (7) working days.
Once you complete your registration form and choose your payment method, you will receive a confirmation message by email with your billing details. Please print and keep this message for your records.
If you have any problems or questions contact the local organisers at iamcr2012[at]ukzn.ac.za.
Resgister online at https://www.allevents.co.za/ei/getdemo.ei?id=215&s=_30G0PP723
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