The registration fee for the two-day conference includes the following services:
|Registration deadlines||Registration fees:|
|net||incl. VAT (19%)|
|Early bird rate (Registration by 31 January 2017):||€ 693.00||€ 824.67|
|Standard rate (registration by 31 March 2017):||€ 770.00||€ 916.30|
|ICC Member rate (registration by 31 March 2017):||€ 693.00||€ 824.67|
|Late on side registration (after 31 March 2017):||€ 855.00||€ 1017.45|
Please be advised that your registration fee does not include any travel insurance, please ensure that you have your own insurance policy before travelling.
Substitutions may be made at any time but please advise the Conference Secretariat of a change of name. If you find it necessary to cancel the registration completely, please notify the Conference Secretariat immediately. Provided written notice is received by Friday 3 February 2017, a full refund will be given less a 10% administration charge. Provided written notice is received by Friday 28 February 2017, a 50% refund will be given. It is regretted for registrations cancelled after Friday 28 February 2017, or for no-shows at the conferences, the full fee (100% cancellation charges) will be payable.
In the unlikely event that ICC resp. Mühlenchemie GmbH & Co. KG shall deem it necessary to cancel the conference, all pre-paid registration fees will be reimbursed. ICC and Mühlenchemie GmbH & Co. KG shall not be liable for reimbursing the cost of travel or accommodation arrangements made by individual delegates.
The main building of Bucerius Law School was built at the beginning of the 20th century by the architect Albert Erbe and housed the Institute of General and Applied Botany for almost a century. In 1919, the Institute became a part of the newly founded University of Hamburg. In 1999, the ZEIT-Stiftung Ebelin und Gerd Bucerius purchased the building from the City of Hamburg and renovated it to meet the needs of a modern university. The renovations were done with care to preserve the building’s historic beauty.
Bucerius Law School is located in between Hamburg's downtown area and the popular "Planten un Blomen" city park. The campus is easily accessible via public transportation.
We recommend the following hotels which are close to the venues. The selected hotels offer different categories:
InterCityHotel Hamburg Dammtor-Messe is centrally located and only a short distance from the convention center (approx. 450 m), the CCH - Congress Center (approx. 700 m) and quiet parks. Hamburg Dammtor station is about 650 m away and the historic city center is about 2 km away.
Vivid colors and elegant furnishings create a comfortable and relaxing atmosphere in our 275 rooms. All rooms come with soundproofed windows, air-conditioning, safe, and flatscreen TV with Sky Sport and Bundesliga. A FreeCityTicket for free use of public transport in Hamburg is included.
Single Room incl. Breakfast: EUR 145,00
Double Room incl. Breakfast: EUR 165,00
Call-in allotment: 125 Rooms, until 25.01.2017, Code “Global Miller’s Symposium”
InterCityHotel Hamburg Dammtor-Messe
St.Petersburger Str. 1
+49 40 600014-0
Adjacent to lush botanical gardens, our high-rise hotel in central Hamburg provides the perfect balance of urban convenience and quiet comfort. Corporate travelers appreciate the hotel’s direction connection to the Congress Center and its location less than 1 kilometer from several international corporations. Be sure to visit Jungfernstieg shopping district and the historic Alstadt quarter. The striking 27-story hotel offers stunning views of Lake Alster and the cityscape, and all 556 rooms and suites boast chic, modern furnishings. You can savor delicious Italian cuisine at Filini Restaurant and unwind in 3 bars, including the plush lounge of The Room Bar & Club. Services include an on-site spa and a new 500 Megabit per second SDSL Internet connection, which is the fastest in the city. Certified Business and Conference Hotel distinctions along with 13 well-equipped meeting rooms make the Radisson Blu Hotel, Hamburg ideal for hosting business and social events.
Single Room incl. Breakfast: from EUR 189,00
Double Room from EUR 199,00
The Grand Elysée Hotel in Hamburg has an almost perfect location. The city of Hamburg, River Alster and Moorweidenpark can all be quickly and easily reached within a few minutes on foot. The Dammtor railway station for Intercity Express (ICE) and suburban trains is also only 300 metres and four minutes’ walk away. Travel to and from the hotel by train is therefore made simple. Furthermore, Deutsche Bundesbahn offers special rates for all conference guests at the Grand Elysée Hamburg. As well as culture, museums and ports, the Reeperbahn, musicals and a unique museum landscape attract many worldwide visitors to the city year after year
With its 5 star status, the Grand Elysée is the number one hotel in Hamburg. The central boulevard in the spacious hotel foyer offers its visitors four restaurants, the Bourbon Street Bar and the Boulevard Cafe. The building also has Hamburg’s largest hotel function room, more than 30 exclusive conference rooms and an art gallery. Guests can enjoy daily, atmospheric live music. The hotel’s founder, Eugen Block, is proud of the many accolades the hotel has received, such as the awards for Hotelier of the Year, VDR Best Business Hotel and Top Training Institution of the Year. Awards have also been lavished on the restaurants at the Grand Elysée Hotel Hamburg; with their seasonal specialities and popular lunch menus they are among the best restaurants in this famous Hanseatic city.
Single Room incl. Breakfast: EUR 210,00
Double Room EUR 230,00
Call-in allotment: 60 Rooms, until 28.02.2017, Code: “Global Miller’s Symposium”
We are delighted to announce that the Global Millers Dinner will be held at the Hühnerposten in Central Hamburg on the evening of 20th April 2017. The evening will commence with a glass of sparkling wine on arrival followed by a four course meal.
Tickets are included in your registration fee.