What do attendees get for their money?
· Two days of talks, panels, and lectures
· Qualified speakers from Canada, the USA, and Europe
· Professional training for content creation
· Great networking opportunities with industry leaders and colleagues
· Media exposure where possible
· Try exciting technologies and content that are rarely seen elsewhere
· Meals included
· Meet new faces, new businesses, and new potential that only Spain and Europe can offer!
· Also featuring Thursday night networking party and reception!
What about Immersed Access?
Immersed Access is a private online community for shared collaboration and learning. It features blogs, discussion forums, educations sessions, and more.
With the exception of press, all Immersed Europe registrants qualify for a free year of membership in Immersed Access. This is easily a $200 value. If Immersed Access registrants have already paid for their membership, the following year will be credited. Contact customerservice@ita3D.com to get your registration code after your Immersed Europe ticket is purchased. This offer is not transferable, and registration in Immersed Access requires abiding by its terms and conditions.
The public exhibition is free, but tickets need to be reserved in advance at Eventbrite. The public exhibit opens at 7:00PM on September 4, 2015. The scheduling is subject to change. Details will be emailed to registrants ahead of the show. Register in advance to make sure your spot is reserved.
How much does Immersed Europe cost to attend?
All exhibitors get a registration ticket included. If you are a start-up getting ready to be crowd-funded or are seeking your first round of investment, visit the exhibition section first to get maximum value.
Standard rate is 449 € (Euros) + applicable third party online registration fee + VAT tax.
A limited number of early bird tickets will be available for 249 € per person. We are also offering discounted rates that will be offered through our promotion partners. Watch for them and take advantage. ONLY ONE DISCOUNT / DISCOUNT CODE PER REGISTRANT.
When do tickets go on sale?
They are on sale NOW!
I don’t live in Spain. Why should I go?
Great speakers, valuable networking, affordable travel, and a great time!
While Murcia, Spain is the hosting city, this event was designed to appeal to all of Europe. Through discount airlines, intercontinental flights to Murcia can be found for just 100 € or less, and we have also made special arrangements with the four star rated Hotel Nelva so that stays can be had for as little as 60 € per night including breakfast while supplies last.
How do you recommend I travel to Murcia, Spain?
The best choice is a direct flight to either Alicante (ALC) or San Javier (MJV) airport. This should be achievable from The United Kingdom, Germany, France, and other neighboring regions through low-cost airlines.
Once you have arrived at either airport, there are coach lines that connect with Murcia Downtown. We are told the service is hourly. Another option is renting a car. Total travel time from each airport is about 30-40 minutes total.
Alicante airport has a “cercanias ” or short distance train service. It’s frequent and only takes about an hour or so. The only caveat is travelers will need to go to the nearest Cercanias station by either taxi or bus. Elche station is recommended because it has more trains.
In the unlikely situation where a flight to Alicante or San Javier airports are too difficult, another option is to fly in to the Madrid airport. From Madrid, you can take a cab to the train station and take a regional or long distance train to Murcia. If you take a train to Alicante, the Cercanias train mentioned earlier is free provided that the earlier train ride was a long distance train.
There is also a bus service from Terminal 4 in the Madrid airport to Murcia called SUPRA. Each ride is about 6 hours in duration. Research and plan for this in advance!
These are the recommended bus and train websites:
Any special tips for North American travelers?
There are connecting flights to Murcia or Alicante from Madrid. If the available connections are too inconvenient, it’s possible to fly to Madrid which has regular flights, stay at an inexpensive airport hotel that includes airport shuttle, and fly in to Murcia or Alicante Airport the next morning. We recommend arriving in Murcia on September 2nd as the conference will start early in the morning on the 3rd.