The Swedish Exhibition Centre (“Svenska Mässan”), Korsvägen, Göteborg (www.svenskamassan.se)
|Ordinary fee (VAT 25 % included)
||Application by 15/3
||Application after 15/3
|Entire conference (3 days)
|Mon–Tues 18-19/5 (2 days)
|Tues-Wed 19–20/5 (2 days)
|Mon, Tues or Wed (1 day)
Conference fee include coffees, lunches, conference documentation and the entrance fee to Interfood exhibitions.
Application to the conference is made through a web form Link to application form in English>
Your application will only be accepted when full payment has been received. Payment can be made by the following credit cards: MasterCard, Eurocard, VISA and American Express.
Scandinavian participants can choose to use the Swedish application form where the fee will be invoiced after concluded application.
Speakers, Moderators and Facilitators that are part of the conference programme will get an e-mail with a specific application code to be used in the application form.
Hotel Gothia Towers, Scandinavia’s biggest hotel situated directly in connection to the Swedish Exhibition Centre, offers convenient accomodation for NOC participators. For booking and more information, please call +46 31 750 88 10 or send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org (state the code 377 997).
For alternatives, please contact “Hotel service”, + 46 31 708 86 90, or email@example.com
The languages spoken at NOC sessions and workshops are (marked in the programme): English (eng), English simultaneously interpreted to Swedish (eng –> swe), Scandinavian languages (scand) or Scandinavian languages simultaneously interpreted to English (scand –> eng).
Interfood exhibition info: www.interfood.se
The 1st NOC programme is planned by the Centre for sustainable agriculture (CUL) at the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences in close cooperation with: • Danish Agricultural Advisory Service, • International Centre for Research in Organic Food Systems (ICROFS), • Norwegian Institute for Agricultural and Environmental Research (Bioforsk Økologisk), • MTT Agrifood Research Finland. The practical arrangements are coordinated by the Centre for sustainable agriculture in collaboration with Interfood. The EU through the Swedish Board of Agriculture has partly financed the conference.
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