Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

In our desire to better serve you, we have addressed several of the most frequently asked questions. To find an answer to your concern, simply scroll to a question and see its answer. If you do not find the answer to your specific need, please contact us via conference@europartners.org. Please be sure to provide as much details as possible, along with your contact information, so that our team can answer you quickly and accurately.

Conference 2020

Can I attend the Conference for only one day?
This will not be possible.

What is included in the registration fee and what is not included?
Conference package includes:

  • You hotel room
  • Conference program
  • Breakfast
  • Dinners during the conference
  • Coffee breaks
  • Receptions and refreshments,

Please note that travel to Jerusalem is not included in the Conference registration fee!

 

Are breakfast, lunch and dinner included in the Conference fee?
Breakfast and Dinner is included in the conference fee. For lunch you can buy vouchers at the hotel reception.

 

When will I get confirmation of my registration?
Registration confirmation will be sent to you shortly after your digital registration and payment has been received. Please print your confirmation and bring it with you to the Conference for a smooth check-in. Your registration is only final when your payment has been received. 

 

What is your cancellation policy?
We can cancel a registration up to 30 days prior to the first day of the Conference. A € 100 fee is deducted from the original registration payment per each cancelled registration. After 30 days upfront, you cannot cancel anymore and you have to pay the full-fee.

 

Are there other options available if I am unable to attend the Conference?
We can change the name on a registration at no cost. Please contact our Back-Office by e-mail via conference@europartners.org with all details for the requested amendment.

 

When and how do I check-in?
Registration for the Conference is open from 15.00-18.00 hrs on Wednesday, 5th February 200. Please turn to the Europartners registration desk in the hall of the Hotel. By showing your registration confirmation, you will receive your name badge and relevant information on the Conference.

 

Do I need everyone's name to register our group?
Group registration is not possible. We can only process registrations on an individual basis, we need a registration form for each participant.

 

What will be the language of the conference and do you provide simultaneous translation in other languages?
The conference language is English, and we don’t provide translations in other languages. When you travel with a group we can provide a separate table for your group, so you can organize your translation yourself.

 

Do you provide sign language translation?
No, we currently do not provide sign language translation.

 

Do you provide closed captioning during the Conference?
All communications during the Conference will be in English, close captioning is not provided.

 

Is reserved seating available?
Reserved seating is not available. However, please notify us on how we might serve you best during your time with us by contacting our Back-Office via conference@europartners.org.

 

Can I bring my children?
Although children are important to us, we are unable to accommodate childcare during our Conference. The Conference we host is an adult learning environment, therefore children and infants, including nursing infants, are not permitted in any of the sessions.

 

Do you have information on the venue?
Hotel information is available online. 
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Do you provide transportation during my Conference attendance?
Europartners does not provide transportation to the venue.

 

Public transportation:
Whether you are using public transport or traveling on your own and renting a car, the country has a modern road network, with a great train and bus service between major cities. Taxis in Israel are inexpensive compared to in many Western Countries. Beyond Israel’s public transport network, there is a good availability when it comes to private transport in Israel.

Sheruts are Israel’s shared taxis and operate across the country both on local and inter-city routes. Generally, these are the same price as or slightly cheaper than buses and stop anywhere along their routes.They are especially useful for inter-city travel, as they are not only quicker than buses, but also drop you at your destination, very useful if you are going from the airport to Jerusalem. Here you can find a specific guide to sheruts.

 

Personal

Where can I find a business ministry in my area?
Please visit our Network webpage for contact details for information on business ministries in Europe.

 

How does my group become a Europartners member?
Please contact our Back-Office via conference@europartners.org

 

How do I update my contact details?
To change your contact details, please contact our Back-Office via conference@europartners.org.

 

Can I apply for scholarship and support?
Please check the info at our conference page.

 

Do I need a visa for attending the Conference?
Please contact your embassy to inquire whether you should apply for a visa for Israel.