APP2021: Save by booking early

The organisers of the Australian Pharmacy Professional Conference and Trade Exhibition (APP) have announced that its Super Early Bird rate has been extended until Monday 22 February.

The Super Early Bird rate allows delegates to save over $200 on their full registration to APP2021, which is being held at the Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre on 20-23 May.

APP Chairman Kos Sclavos AM says the decision to extend the Super Early Bird was to allow more APP delegates to take advantage of the 20% savings.

“Let’s face it, 2020 was a hard year on all us,” he says.

“Extending these savings for a fortnight allows even more of our colleagues to benefit from the discount.”

Under the new timeline, the Super Early Bird closes at 11:59pm on Monday 22 February, with Early Bird remaining open until Monday 29 March.

Mr Sclavos also highlighted the flexible terms and conditions in place which provide delegates with a 100% refund if they cannot attend due to border closures or government restrictions.

“We understand how quickly lockdowns and border closures can occur in the current Covid-19 environment. That is why we have flexible terms and conditions to give certainty to APP2021 delegates,” say Mr Sclavos.

“Delegates who are unable to attend also have the option of receiving a 50% refund only in return for being able to access the online session recordings. This is a valuable resource for pharmacists when undertaking their CPD accreditation.”

Mr Sclavos reminded delegates that extensive Covid-19 Safe event planning is taking place to ensure the safety of all delegates. “APP2021 is developing a comprehensive Covid Safe Event Plan to keep delegates safe. The health and safety of all our delegates is our number one priority,” says Mr Sclavos.

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