MAURITIUS CONFERENCE TICKETS are now available [LIMITED SPACES ACT NOW]
We are now taking bookings for Comsure's two-day Risk Conference on 1st & 2nd June 2022.
HRDC Refundable Prices are as follows:
- Early bird rate up to [x3] weeks before the event - USD1,250 [HRDC Refundable]
- Within x3 weeks of the event – USD 1,800 [HRDC Refundable]
- Group discounts apply to x3 delegates or more from the same company
- 10% discounts to members of associations (Mauritius Finance, MBA, etc.)
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