Posted on Thursday, January 23, 2014 by jvandendries
The 2014 #PSEWEB conference will be held at the Courtyard by Marriott Downtown Hotel in Toronto (475 Yonge Street) on July 28 & 29! There is a lot to be excited for, but first we want to let you know about the Early Bird ticket opportunity.
This year we have a limited number of early bird tickets (only 75!) These are available until April 6 and are $425 + HST. Starting April 6, the price will go up to $550 + HST. If cost is an issue, as it is for most of us in higher education, you will definitely want to take advantage of the early bird rate (or even better, speakers receive an additional $150 off). If you are selected to be a speaker at #PSEWEB, we will provide you with either a refund or a discount code. One $150 speaker discount per session will be applied. Buy now: pseweb.ca/tickets.
Room bookings at the Courtyard Marriott Downtown Hotel must be made by June 27, 2014 to be eligible for the group rate. There is a limited number of rooms available at the group rate. Check in time is 4 p.m., check out is noon. Valet parking is discounted from $32/night to $29/night for #PSEWEB or self-park is available at $27/night.
Interested in speaking at PSEWEB this year? Details to follow!
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