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At least one of the author(s) of the accepted paper MUST register for the conference to have their paper included in the Conference Proceedings. The participant(s) who register before receiving the decision regarding "Acceptance" of their Abstracts/full paper are not guaranteed that their submissions shall be accepted. Participants who wish to attend the conference but are not submitting any paper must also register. The registration fee is as follows:
|#||Registration Type||Early Bird Registration Fee||Standard Registration Fee||Action|
|1||Registration for single author||£ 350||Register Now|
|2||Registration as a student author/Observer||£ 300||Register Now|
|3||Registration as an observer (Academic/Corporate)||£ 400||Register Now|
|4||Registration for CBER members||£ 275||Register Now|
Author: is a conference participant who has also authored a paper and is presenting the same.
Observer: is a conference participant who is attending the conference but is not presenting any work.
Registration for Students: Kindly note that the Student fee is applicable only for full-time doctoral / master students. This is NOT applicable for any part-time doctoral / master student. Participants who are in part-time doctoral / master students will not get any student concession and will have to pay regular registration fee. At the time of the registration and fee payment, full-time students have to send an email with evidence of their full-time studentship including identity card, a certificate from the director.
In order to get a concessional fee as a student, the participant must email to CBER Admin:
1. Scanned identity card as a student
2. Scanned letter on the letterhead signed by the Programme Leader / Head of the Department or concerned authority at the university stating clearly that the
participant is a full time student in a particular programme.
Payment for Registration Fee
Online payment method
CBER uses PayPal Merchant Services for online payment. We prefer online payment method via PayPal online transaction as it is easy, quicker and most protected online payment systems as it uses modern encrypted security measure
(Note: Please add service charge of £15 when you make online payment)
Other Payment Methods:
Payment must be made in pound (£) sterling cheque/bankers draft drawn on a UK bank (payable to Centre for Business & Economic Research ). Overseas contributors may transfer the registration fee directly to the bank Account as below:
Overseas contributors may transfer the registration fee directly to the bank Account as below:
Centre for Business & Economic Research
235 Northolt Road, Harrow,
Middlesex HA2 8HP
Account No: 71468979
Sort Code: 40-42-28
SWIFT Code/BIC: HBUKGB4155J
IBAN No: GB46HBUK40422871468979
The registration fee includes the publication of full-text paper (s) in the conference proceedings (online) and abstract (s) in the abstract proceedings (print version), conference attendance for both days, Conference Kit, Conference Program Brochure, Certificate, coffee breaks and lunches. However, please note should you require a hard copy of the conference proceedings there is an additional charge of £50 plus £25 for International postage and packing via standard Royal Mail post and £5 for the UK. Should anyone want their hard copies by DHL or equivalent service a flat rate of £40 will be charged for International shipping.
The food during the conference shall have both vegetarian and non-vegetarian options. If you have any specific dietary requirements, kindly inform the CBER Admin while completing the registration process.
Important: After making the payment of your registration fee, please email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the following details:
1. Conference reference number
2. Your full name
3. Paper title (if submitted and accepted)
4. Date of your fee payment
5. Amount of your fee payment
5. Mode of your fee payment (i.e. PayPal or Direct Bank Transfer
6. Scanned copy of your Payment Confirmation with reference number
Once we receive the fee at our end, we shall email to the authors, a formal Receipt for the same. This will be also important for visa letters.