Registration Office
iPRES 2019 has assigned NewBrooklyn as the Registration Office for this event. Please direct all registration and/or payment inquiries directly to Barbara de Jong at the Registration Office:

Online Registration
We welcome participants to register via the online registration form which will be available from 4 March 2019. Online payment in EURO may be made via a secure site by credit card (VISA, MasterCard) or PayPal and, for some countries, other online banking applications.

Onsite Registration
Onsite registration will be possible only if the conference is not fully booked on 1 September. Payment when you register onsite will be via a VISA & MasterCard credit card (or iDeal for Dutch participants).

Link to Registration Form
Link will be available as of 4 March 2019.

Please note: September is a very busy month in Amsterdam and hotel rooms are limited, so book your accommodation now!

Terms & Conditions
If the conference cannot take place in the offered and booked form because of reasons which cannot be influenced by the conference organizers (such as natural disasters or strikes) no claim for reimbursement of the participant fee nor replacement for other financial loss can be granted.

Participants are informed that during the conference photos, videos and audio recordings will be made and published after the conference on the conference website, in magazines or other publications. Participants declare their accordance to use/publish the records with the registration and the acceptance of the general conditions.

Participants are also informed that sponsors have to register to participate in the conference and therefore have access to the names and email addresses of all conference attendees. If you do not wish to share your name and email address with other attendees, you can declare so on the registration form in July.

The conference organizers are only liable for physical injury or damage of property based on the organizers’ intention or default. Further claims are excluded. The organizers are not liable for loss or theft of objects or vehicles, except in the case they act intentionally or with gross negligence.