For booth booking, exhibitors kindly use this link for booth-booking.
From here you have the option to register for the EFCLIN Congress as a “Delegate / Visitor” or to register as an “Exhibitor” for a booth in the tradeshow section of the congress. Please use the links below to visit the appropriate page.
Alternatively you may be attending the EFCLIN Congress as “Industry Invitee” or “Crew Member” of an exhibitor. If so, the exhibitor will have issued you with a multi digit voucher code. Please do not try to use this registration link unless you have a multi digit code from an exhibitor. Without this code your registration will be unsuccessful.
- Delegate/ Visitor
- Crew Member – you will need a special voucher code directly from your company. For an Additional Crew no code is needed.
- Industry Invitee – you will get a special voucher code directly from the inviting company.
- Speaker/ VIP – you will need a special voucher code directly from EFCLIN
Hotel Booking: please click here
Some websites or other providers may appear to be offering rooms at the congress hotel at slightly lower rates. Delegates are advised to exercise caution since often these rates do not include breakfast, have to be paid in advance and, in the event of a cancellation offer no refunds. It is also likely that any rooms offered in this way will be of a lower grade than those offered under the EFCLIN booking arrangement.
Terms and Conditions
Payment and Confirmation:
All costs referred to are in Euro (€). All payments must be made in Euro (€); no other currency will be accepted. Full payment is due for the registration fees.
Upon completion of your online registration, you will be sent a confirmation by email. The confirmation is sent to the email address provided on the registration form and will show whether we have received your payment and will include an invoice.
Only digital versions of invoices will be sent to participants upon completion of the online registration. The invoice will be issued using the contact details provided on the registration form so please make sure you have provided us with the correct information.
Registration – Cancellation – Modification
It is extremely important that you familiarise yourself with the Terms & Conditions that relate to all registrations/hotel bookings/tour bookings and any transaction that relates to the EFCLIN Congress & Exhibition. It is especially important that you understand the “Cancellation Policy”, both those imposed by EFCLIN itself and those imposed on EFCLIN by its hotel partners. Any registration you make means that you agree to these terms and conditions, a copy of which can be found here.
Notification of cancellation must be made in writing and sent via email to EFCLIN@mci-group.com.
- In case of cancellation before or on 3rd April 2023, 25% of the full registration costs (congress fee and any social activities booked) must be paid.
- If the cancellation is received after 3rd April 2023, 100% of the full registration costs are due.
Exception: after this date, if the participant is forbidden to travel by his/her institution or by travel regulations, he/she may transfer his/her registration to a colleague who is not registered yet. The organization will charge a name change fee of € 55.-. The participant will be asked to send by email to email@example.com an official document stating his/her impossibility to travel (e.g. positive Covid test result, letter of the institution stating the internal statement).
NOTE: No travel and accommodation will be reimbursed.
If, for reasons beyond the control of the organizers, the congress is cancelled, the registration fee will be refunded after deduction of expenses incurred by the congress.
Health and Safety Protocol
Your safety, security and health are important. EFCLIN will continue to review the coronavirus safety recommendations and guidelines issued by The Netherlands and the European Union. EFCLIN will adapt its congress plans accordingly and share updates with its audiences if necessary.
For today (August 2022) there are no coronavirus-related restrictions for entering the Netherlands for travellers who live in the EU/Schengen area or in a country participating in the EU travel rules scheme. The EU entry ban applies to other travellers who live outside the EU/Schengen area, but there are some exceptions.
((In accordance with current local health regulations in The Netherlands, access to the congress venue will only be granted upon presentation of the EU-wide Digital Corona Certificate (DCC) indicating vaccination, recovery or a recent PCR test. Travelers from outside of the EU will need to arrange their Digital Covid Certificate based on their own vaccination details or submit to testing. There are currently no further requirements for social distancing or mask-wearing once inside the congress venue, but this is subject to change.))
Please see the links below for information from The Netherlands government about travelling to The Netherlands and the various requirements for entry and stay. All measures are subject to change and will be communicated via this site and for registered delegates.
Useful links: The Netherlands Ministry of Health and Covid information link.
Nevertheless, by registering for this event, you understand that participation in events may increase the risk of exposure and contraction to communicable diseases, and viruses. You agree to release and hold harmless the EFCLIN, the facilities and their employees and representatives from and against damages, liability, claims and expenses arising from the contraction or spread of diseases and viruses, including but not limited to Coronavirus (COVID-19), due to your travel to or participation in any aspects of the EFCLIN Congress. This agreement is binding for you, as well as your successors and heirs.
It is recommended that participants obtain adequate cover for travel, health, and accident insurance before they depart from their countries. MCI The Netherlands as the Congress Secretariat and EFCLIN claim no liability for the act of any supplier to this meeting, nor liability for: acts of God, war or national emergency, acts of terrorism and its consequences, strike, lock-out, fire, explosion, flood riots, civil disturbance, actions taken part of the government, industrial disputes, natural and nuclear disaster, epidemics, health’s risks and pandemics or other cause beyond the reasonable control of the organisers.