Annual subscription

Annual subscriptions for IVA members as they were defined in the Board meeting in October 2010:

 

Number of employees Annual subs in EUR
up to 25 1000
25 - 50 2000
50 - 100 3000
over 100 5000

 

Additional fees and conditions for the Annual Conferences

Guests (Non Members)

  1. Guests invited for the first time to attend IVA Conference will be charged with Euro 400 per person.
  2. The IVA Administrator will issue invoice/s for temporary membership* before the Conference.
  3. Guests are allowed to attend the Conference just after paying their invoice/s for temporary membership.  
  4. Guests are allowed to attend only one Biannual Conference. For second attendance they have to arrange their regular IVA membership.

Second delegate

  1. Any second (additional) IVA member’s delegate will be charged with Euro 235 per person.
  2. The IVA Administrator will issue invoice/s to the IVA member for “additional annual subscription” (either before or after the Conference).

Not accurate members

  1. Members who did not pay their annual subscription/s for present or previous year/s are not allowed to attend the conference unless they do settle all their old outstanding obligations.

 

*Temporary membership provides:

  • Receiving IVA Newsletters for up to 6 months
  • Free participation in one conference
  • Other communication assistance (like all other members receive from IVA Administrator) for up to 6 months.

 

Approved by the Board of IVA on 13 January 2014

 

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