Tickets are £30 until 28th June and £40 on the day. Tickets include entry to all sessions, complimentary refreshments, lunch and drinks reception, use of the ‘Get Connected’ networking system and free transport to and from the King’s Centre.
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What time is the breakfast session? Where can I get the free shuttle bus from? What is the venue address? Is there free wifi? Do I need to bring any cash?
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