Registration Cost – Member/Non-Member Fees
IACM Membership is $60 for General Members and $40 for Student/Emeritus Members. These memberships can be purchased or renewed during conference registration. Please note the variable pricing below for members and non-members. All registration options will increase by $50 on June 10th.
- Member General Registration is $575.
- Non-Member General Registration is $615.
- Member Student & Emeritus is $500.
- Non-Member Student & Emeritus is $525.
Conference registration includes the following:
- Admittance to the general conference
- All conference banquets, meals, and breaks on the conference program, including:
Prices listed in €. USD pricing is as of September 6, 2020.
The official hotel of IACM 2020 is the Makedonia Palace Hotel at a rate of €160 ($189) for City View room, or €180 ($213) for a Sea View room. All pricing, including those listed below for guests, have breakfast and all taxes included.
- Guests ages 13+ are an additional €25
- Guests ages 7-12 are an additional €10
- Guests 6-and-under stay free of charge
Please note that, as always, there are a limited number of guaranteed rooms held at the block room rate. We suggest you make your reservation as soon as possible in advance of the conference. Thessaloniki will operate at a near 100% room capacity at downtown hotels, with the Makedonia Palace Hotel being one of the only hotels in the city on the Thermaic Gulf of the Aegean Sea, so we urge you not to delay. Be aware that if you select a date that is no longer priced at the block rate, you will be provided a standard room rate.
Getting to Thessaloniki
Thessaloniki Airport Makedonia (IATA) is just 12 kilometres (7.5 miles) from the Makedonia Palace Hotel. When flying into Thessaloniki, it is best to take a taxi which will get you to the hotel in about 15 minutes.
Refund & Registration Policy
IACM’s refund policy is as follows:
- 100% refund if requested via email to email@example.com by May 10th.
- 50% refund if requested between May 11th and May 26th.
- No refund if requested after May 26th.
IACM shall not be held liable for failure of performing its reasonably expected conference obligations if such failure or delay is the result of an ‘act of God’, such as earthquake, hurricane, tornado, flooding, or other natural disaster, or in the case of war, action of foreign enemies, terrorist activities, labor dispute or strike, government sanction, blockage, embargo, or failure of electrical service, or community gathering or travel restrictions due to local and/or federal health advisories and recommendations. IACM shall not be held liable in the event the attendee/registrant is unable to attend and/or participate in the IACM conference as a result of ‘an act of God’, such as earthquake, hurricane, tornado, flooding, or other natural disaster, or in the case of war, action of foreign enemies, terrorist activities, labor dispute or strike, government sanction, blockage, embargo, or failure of electrical service, or community gathering or travel restrictions due to local and/or federal health advisories and recommendations.
Registering after May 26th may prevent IACM from being able to offer items that are custom orders, such as any registration welcoming (“swag”) items due to lead times, shipping times, etc.
IACM will make its best effort to provide meals for those with dietary restrictions within a reasonable cost and effort. In the case of a dietary restriction resulting in an excessive cost to the Association, the attendee will need to make meal accommodations in accordance to their restrictions.
IACM cannot make exceptions to this refund policy. Come the dates listed above, the organization has already incurred a guaranteed expense that will be charged to the Association regardless of attendance.