Venue: Pulitzer Hotel Amsterdam Address: Prinsengracht 323, 1016 GZ Amsterdam Date: Wednesday 28 November 2018 Time: 7 pm Cost: €85 for members, €95 for associates Guest Speaker: Arosha Brouwer, Knack
RSVP: Please respond by 14th Nov
Terms & Conditions
RSVP: Please note that spaces are limited and that members have priority over associates.
Payment:If you are a registered member for 2018, the dinner will be €79 euro. For the associate members, the dinner will be €89. Payments can be made by bank transfer to: ABIE Netherlands IBAN: NL19ABNA0606652477
Cancellations: In the event that you are unable to attend, please inform the ABIE team at the latest by 5 pm the day before the event. For cancellations after this time, the cost of the dinner will be requested as a cancellation fee.
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