To register a group please contact Lerato Mathize on 011 807 3294 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note that in order to qualify for group discounts all delegates must be registered at the same time. The following discounts apply:
Confirmation of your registration, as well as our banking details will be sent via e-mail at the time of registration. The easiest way to register is by using our secure online booking service with a credit or debit card. Alternatively, you can pay by bank transfer, cheque or you can ask to be invoiced.
Cards: We accept Visa, MasterCard. Please note that we do not accept American Express or Diners Club.
Bank transfer: Payable to ITWeb Limited, please quote the reference BSC sent to you in the confirmation email.
Standard Bank, Hyde Park 006-605,
Account name ITWeb Ltd.
Swift Code: SBZAZAJJ
You can also ask to be invoiced. If your company uses Purchase Order Numbers, please indicate this when making your booking.
Payment is due on registering for the conference or upon receipt of the invoice. Important to note that payment is required before admission to the conference can be guaranteed. To qualify for the early bird discount please note that we will require you payment on or before Monday 1 October 2017, should we not receive payment you will be invoiced for the standard fee.
If you have not paid for the event by the date of the conference, you will be asked to sign a personal payment indemnity form.
Once we have received your booking you will receive and online confirmation email providing you with details on the event, as well as your conference reference number. Lerato Mathize our customer services manager will contact you to confirm all your details, as well as discuss your payment options.
If you have any questions regarding your booking please contact Lerato on (011) 807-3294 or email her on email@example.com.
Cancellations must be received at ITWeb in writing 14 working days prior to the start of the event. Any cancellations received after this date will bear a 100% fee and will not be refunded. This is due to the way in which we are charged by our suppliers during the final month, most of the costs have already been incurred by the organisers. If you are unable to attend the conference, you are welcome to send a substitute delegate instead. Simply notify Lerato Mathize our customer services manager of the new name, job title and contact details at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are happy to make a substitution for you at no extra charge. Please send the name, job title and full contact details for the person attending in your place to our customer services manager Lerato Mathize at email@example.com. Please note, however, that substitutions made on the day of the conference itself are at the discretion of the organisers.
Two or more delegates may not 'share' a place at the conference. Please make separate bookings for each delegate.
Yes, you may register for the conference or any separately-bookable workshops onsite, our registration personnel will be happy to help you. We will need a credit or debit card payment for any bookings made on the day. Please note that you will be charged the on-site registration fee.
Yes, ITWeb Events needs to receive payment within 7 days following the early bird deadline in order for you to take advantage of the early booking discount. The early bird deadline for this event is Monday 2 October 2017, should we not receive payment in the time frame provided, we will re-issue an invoice for the full registration fee.
Yes you can, however it does involve a connecting bus.
The station will be Midrand and you will take a bus to Sunninghill, GAUTRAIN BUS STOP M3-15, which is at the corner of Eglin and Simba Road. From Simba you go down towards the west until you reach Kikuyu ( it is a 5 min walk), right at the corner there will be an entrance to The Core Shopping Centre.
Click on the link below to view the route, as well as the departure times.
Should you require accommodation we suggest you check out the various options available on: www.sa-venues.com/accommodation/sunninghill.php
Note the cost of overnight accommodation or any travel is not included in your registration fee.
Yes, all refreshments and lunch is included. Please see the conference programme for specific timings for the refreshments and networking breaks.
The dress code is business casual.
Please bring your eTicket with you to the conference. This will be emailed to you one or two days prior to the conference. You may find that having lots of business cards with you for the networking sessions is also helpful.
If you have any particular requirements, disabilities, access, or any other needs we should be aware of, please do let us know when you register for the event. Alternatively, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Very occasionally, we may have to change the venue of the conference due to refurbishments or issues with the venue itself. Should this happen, you will be personally notified and sent all of the relevant information for the new venue. Our conference website will also be kept up-to-date of any changes.
We anticipate in the region of 400 delegates to attend this event. This does vary, so please ask our customer service team onsite.
Conferences are organised many months in advance of the conference itself and as the date of the conference approaches, sometimes we may need to make substitutions, alterations or cancellations of the speakers and/or topics. This is due to speakers being unable to attend for personal or business reasons and whilst we make every effort to find a direct replacement, sometimes this is not possible within the timeframes we are given and in order to allow any replacement speaker to sufficiently prepare a quality presentation ITWeb Events reserves the right to alter or modify the advertised speakers and/or topics if necessary. Any substitutions or alterations will be regularly updated on the conference website.
On the day of the conference, you will receive a delegate bag including the Security Summit visitor guide, notepad, pen and sponsor documentation. The actual presentations will not be included in the delegate bag as speakers often wish to update their presentations following questions and debates on the day itself and so will generally request that we publish the presentation after the conference.
The presentations will be made available one week after the event. You will be sent email notification after the event providing you with access to the PowerPoint presentations, as well as audio recordings of the presentations. Please note that not all speakers provide us with a presentation and that not all speakers will give permission for their presentations to be distributed.
The speaker presentations themselves will be made available to all delegates one week after the conference.
We ask all of our speakers for permission to publish their PowerPoint presentations, as well as audio recordings we make on the day, on a protected area of the website for delegates to download post-event. Not all of our speakers give us permission to do so. What we are legally permitted to publish online will be made available to you as soon as the speakers have released their updated versions. This tends to be within one week of the conference itself. You will be notified by email once presentations online, allowing you access to the site for you to download at your leisure.
Note only delegates that have paid in full for the conference will receive access to the presentations.
For privacy purposes ITWeb Events does not release this information. You will however have ample opportunity to network with all attendees through our business matchmaking programme, a proactive, pre-show platform that lets you meet key speakers, sponsors and other delegates.
If you have opted-in to e-mail communication with ITWeb Events you will receive related market information and advanced notification of related conferences.
To enquire about any potential press pass, please our appointed public relations practitioner, Allyson Towle at email@example.com.
We actively seek your feedback on your experience of the day. Our onsite evaluation forms are relatively comprehensive and do cover most aspects of the day. Alternatively, please call our events manager Bronwen Hampshire on (011) 807-3294 or email feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org
Please do not hesitate to email our customer services team at email@example.com who will respond to you promptly.
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