Deadline for early bird registration for Iceland Geothermal Conference approaching
Take advantage of early bird rate for the Iceland Geothermal Conference until January 29, 2016. With a fantastic program, exhibition, conference, field trips, the event will again be a great place to meet for the international geothermal community.
Register in time for the Iceland Geothermal Conference 2016, to take place April 26-29, 2016 in Reykjavik, Iceland. To take advantage of the available early bird rate register before January 29, 2016.
To register today for the early bird rate (until January 29), register here.
The event promises again to be a high profile event, with a large number of high profile speakers and a great program.
The event will kick off the night before the actual start of the conference with a networking reception to be held at the exhibition space of the event in the Harpa Conference and Concert Hall of the city of Reykjavik.
Among the industry speakers is a key note of Michael Porter, a Harvard Business School professor, one of the 50 most influential business thinkers in the world, according to Thinkers50, a ranking just published in November 2015. Often called the Oscars of management thinking, Thinkers50 calls Partner “the father of modern business strategy.” (see Forbes Magazine)
Regarded as an expert on competitiveness, he presented his views on industry clusters and in particular on the role of the geothermal cluster in Iceland at the first Iceland Geothermal Conference in 2010 and is now coming back.
The registration fee Of IGC2016 includes:
Attendance of IGC2016
- Program activities,
- Conference material,
- Refreshments during conference breaks,coffee breaks, lunch breaks and conference dinner
- Welcome reception on 26 April
- Field trip on day 2
For the full program and details on the planned field trips, see the conference website.
With an exhibition element, the event also offers a unique opportunity to showcase your company and its product/ services to an international audience of expected 600-700 people.