What does an extreme early bird look like? It is the most active bird in the flock who gets the pick of all the goodies before the other birds. It has a slightly crazy glint in its eye, but this is what happens when it snaps up an amazingly good deal…
What does this have to do with one of the world’s most active conferences?
It is that you can experience the same adrenaline rush as the extreme early bird by being one of the first 50 to book a seat for the MOVE Congress in Budapest, Hungary, by this Sunday 31 March. In a few clicks you could snap up a ticket for only €150.
But if you miss the worm this time, all will not be lost. You will still have an opportunity to snap up an Early Bird rate of €250 from Monday until 30 June. From 1 July the full fee will be €300.
What does an extreme early bird look like? It is the most active bird in the flock who gets the pick of all the goodies before the other birds. It has a slightly crazy glint in its eye, but this is what happens when it snaps up an amazingly good deal
The Budapest Congress Centre is hosting this year's MOVE Congress, and if you're planning to join us in Budapest, we've prepared some practical advice for your trip. No matter whether you're travelling by plane, train or bus, we've got your journey covered! About the venue The Budapest Congress Centre, situated just 2.5 km West from the banks of the River Danube and the heart of the Hungarian capital, is the largest, most modern congress and meeting facility in Hungary. It houses 20
Now it’s time to secure one of a limited batch of Extreme Early Bird tickets to the MOVE Congress in Budapest, Hungary, from 16-18 October 2019. Registration for the MOVE Congress is now open and we invite all physical activity promoters from all walks of life to join us for three days of exploring the sector from new angles – and of course some extreme networking! Take advantage of the Extreme Early Bird fee of €150 until 31 March or until
The MOVE Congress from 16-18 October 2019 in Budapest, Hungary, will showcase people, trends and technologies that are changing the game for the grassroots sport and physical activity sector. So with this cross-cutting theme in mind, it’s now our MOVE to change the game when we open the MOVE Congress registration on 11 March. That’s why, for a limited time, ISCA is offering an Extreme Early Bird rate of €150, which includes access to all tracks plus the opening and closing events. Be
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