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Seminar on structural change in agri-food chains: new relations between farm sector, food industry and retail sector

149th EAAE Seminar

Structural change in agri-food chains: new relations between farm sector, food industry and retail sector

Registration will open on March 21, 2016 and will close on October 12, 2016.
Participants of an EAAE-Seminar in 2016 have to be member of the EAAE for the year 2016. For those not yet member, the EAAE membership fee is 80 Euros for the period 2015-2017 or 100 Euros for the period 2016-2018. The membership fee needs to be paid in advance of registration via eaae.org.

Seminar fee 

  Full fee Reduced fee for Ph.D. students
Early bird registration (Until October 11, 2016 included) 180 Euros 100 Euros
Late registration (After October11 until 12, 2016) 280 Euros 200 Euros

The seminar fee covers participation to the sessions, any documents provided, coffee breaks, both days’ lunches, Thursday’s dinner and Friday’s guided tour of Rennes. Accommodation is not included. Suggestions for accommodations will be provided on the seminar’s website.

Warning: Registration is possible until October 12 (midnight, Paris time), 2016. After this date, no registration will be possible. Please make sure that the payment is received before the seminar. On-site payment during the seminar is not accepted. Note also that there will be no reimbursement in case of cancellation.

It is possible to register several persons at the same time.

Due to technical problems with seminar's websites, the early bird registration is possible until Tuesday October 11, 2016, midnight Paris time. Full fee registration closes on wednesday October 12 (midnight, Paris time).

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Registration closed on Thursday 13 October 2016