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Where payment is to be on receipt of invoice rather than online, members of the ASBCI must pay the delegate fee within 30 days from the date of invoice and confirmation of their delegate place. Non-members of the ASBCI must pay for their delegate place before their place can be confirmed. Payment for Early Bird bookings must be made by the specified Early Bird payment deadline date otherwise the price of the place(s) will revert to the appropriate standard delegate fee. The delegate is responsible for ensuring that the information contained within the confirmation is accurate.
The delegate fee for events (such as conferences and technical seminars) includes entry to the event and refreshments.
No refunds are accepted on cancellation of a delegate's place. There may be circumstances whereby the delegate can no longer attend the event after confirmation has been given, the delegate therefore may arrange for another delegate representative from the same organisation to take their place and must notify the ASBCI in writing as soon as possible prior to the event date. If notification of a change in name is not given at least 3 days prior to the event, the ASBCI cannot guarantee that the changed name will feature on the Attendance list.
The ASBCI will process the delegate's details as it is necessary for us to do so in the legitimate interests of the ASBCI. Please refer to our Privacy Notice for further details. The Attendance list for the event which details name, job title and organisation only will be shared with attendees and sponsors of the event.
The ASBCI will take photographs and sometimes recordings of events. These images may be used by the ASBCI or event sponsors for information purposes and may feature in future promotional material. Any questions or comments from delegates may be included in any briefing/review documents of the event.
Any delegates who would like to take photographs or make video or audio recordings of any part of the event out of courtesy to speakers and other participants whose agreement will be sought, must obtain prior permission from the ASBCI. Delegates agree not to publish any part of the proceedings without such permission. If permission is granted, the delegate agrees that only small extracts will be used, and it will not be in a misleading context.
The ASBCI reserves the right to alter the Agenda and change the speakers for the event without prior notice. The ASBCI has taken all reasonable steps to ensure the venue is satisfactory, but cannot be held responsible for third party failures.
The ASBCI reserves the right, without incurring any liability to the delegate, to change the date and venue of the event for any reason (including, without limitation, by reason of a Force Majeure Event) on reasonable notice to the Delegate, except in the case of emergency. Any delegate fees that have already been paid will remain in place for the changed date. If the event is cancelled for any reason other than a Force Majeure Event, the ASBCI will refund to the delegate any delegate fees already paid.
A Force Majeure Event refers to any circumstances not within a party's reasonable control including but not limited to; fire, explosion, collapse of buildings, terrorist attacks.
The ASBCI offers a range of Conferences and Technical Seminars throughout the year. Please keep an eye on our Events page on the website for full details.