- Meeting: 30th - 31st August 2018
- Abstract submission: Opens in January 2018
- Deadline for abstracts submission: May 1st, 2018
- Notification of abstract acceptance or refusal: End May, 2018
- Early bird deadline: June 15th, 2018
Welcome reception at Copenhagen City Hall
Time: To be announced
Address: Rådhuspladsen 1. Walking distance from the conference venue.
The reception is hosted by the City Council of Copenhagen and will take place at the City Hall. All Conference participants are invited. If you wish to attend the City Hall reception you will receive a personal invitation from the Lord Mayer of Copenhagen.
29th August - Optional dinner after the City Hall
An optional dinner at one of Copenhagen's famous brew houses, Brew Pub, will be arranged.
Time: To be announced
Address: Vestergade 29. 2 min walking from the City Hall.
Price per person: 650 DKK. 3 courses and beer menu. (Or wine if you prefer) Please book through the registration site.
Brew Pub is an innovative microbrewery with own restaurant and bar, right in the heart of Copenhagen and in walking distance of the venue. It is situated in a historic 17th century building just off the main square (Rådhuspladsen). In the beer garden in the brewery courtyard provides atmospheric surroundings.
Danish dictionary: Beer = Øl
30th August Conference dinner at Cocks & Cows (previous name: Nose2Tail)
Time: From 19.00
Address: Kødboderne 7-9, 1711 København V.
Transporation: Cocks & Cows is located in the Meatpacking district only a short walk from Scandic Copenhagen.
Price per person: 375 DKK. 3 courses and 3 beverages. Please book through the registration site.
Since the beginning Cock’s & Cows has been on a journey, a journey towards creating the best experience for the guests. The staff always strives to make you feel welcome and in GOOD COMPANY. Good food is Good Company! All veggies are 100 % organic. Why? The short answer is: better taste and better conscience. Cock’s & Cows would rather be part of the solution than part of the problem and are always looking at ways to improve – in respect to the environment, the business and most importantly, the Cock’s & Cows experience. That’s why the beef and pork are from Free Range farms.
The social program is not supported by the industry.