Conference Fee rises on April 14th
On April 14th the conference fee will rise from 299 EUR to 349 EUR. Sign up now and make sure your payment arrives before that date. Save money and get an amazing all-inclusive conference program with a range of highlights.
• Free shuttle service with buses, limousines and public transport
• Food and beverages (daytime, lunch, dinner and evening)
• Four evening events at German Night standard
• Over one hundred different training events, workshops, company visits, and sports activities
• Five days of learning, personal development, discussion, interaction, passion, fun and meeting friends from 50 different countries.
• Be there and Enjoy … the 2012 JCI European Conference in Braunschweig!
The Hanover Airport Lounge is located in Business Terminal A near the Lufthansa check-in area and can be used for free on June 13th and 17th, 2012 by all delegates arriving or departing through Hanover Airport. The fully air conditioned lounge has an overall space of 100 m² and is exclusively furnished. At the reception desk, check-in to the conference can be done in advance on June 13th. Welcome to an exclusive lounge ambiance!
On both days, the COC will be offering you at least every hour a bus shuttle to and from Braunschweig. Please complete your flight data in the Event Management System to reduce queuing, as soon as available.
JCI Nothing But Nets Charity Night
The third major evening event takes place in C1 cinema and will be hosted by JCI Braunschweig on Friday, June 15th. You will experience a night to remember. Under the supervision of Chris Helfrich, the Nothing But Nets Director from the United Nations Foundation, the Jägermeister Brass Band will bring you in the mood. During the evening, activities such as a tombola, donation boxes, and so on will be arranged to focus attention on and raise money for the less advantaged suffering from malaria and other diseases in this world. We count on a voluntary contribution from every one of you!
Carbon Trading – Hot Air or an Effective Tool to Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions?
Katja Mayer (ITF # 119) will elaborate on these sensitive questions and provide an outlook on the EU ETS from a market perspective. Katja is an expert for emission trading mechanisms under the Kyoto protocol and the EU ETS and closely follows regulatory developments in the international carbon market. Since 2006 she has been part of the core team implementing the carbon emissions strategy at Deutsche Börse Group and was elected in June 2011 to the Supervisory Board of the largest European Energy Exchange – EEX in Leipzig.
Not only the JCI Senators have organized a highly interesting pre-tour, „crossing the cold war border“. Whether by bus, bike or (cheap) car, countries such as JCI Austria, JCI Belgium, JCI Denmark, JCI Estonia, JCI Netherlands and JCI Switzerland have already prepared for their delegation trip to Braunschweig. Have a look on the conference website and sign yourselves up for a fantastic journey together with your friends. We are looking forward to meeting all of you in Braunschweig.
Enjoy every first second! … Enjoy Braunschweig!
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This post was written by Anke Brants