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PLDC 2017 survival kit
PLDC is an event packed full with information, networking, and learning – and, between ourselves, partying.
To prepare for the event, and to support your planning for an enjoyable conference and supporting programme, make sure you don’t forget to bring the following:
– PLDC barcode: make sure you register before you depart to Paris! Pre-registration will save you queuing on site and (!) it saves you cash! Registration fees on site are more expensive than in the pre-booking phase!
– Business cards: from experience, first attendees will have run out of business cards by Friday afternoon! Make sure you bring yours – and that you bring enough to serve you throughout the entire week! PLDC promises that you will again meet many new contacts from around the world
– Dancing shoes: PLDC (and its organisers) are world-famous for their parties! Together with our Platinum Sponsor Targetti, we challenge you to bring your dancing shoes and make our parties unforgettable again! Because we can can-can!
– Hotel booking confirmation: October is a popular travel month in Paris, and we strongly recommend you sort your travel and accommodation promptly. The PLDC organisers have secured different partner hotels near the convention venue. Check Travel and Accommodation on our website to see which partner hotels are still offering best rates!
– Phone and charger: to stay updated and to participate in the discussions on social media platforms, make sure you bring your phone and charger! Our social media partner iGuzzini will again be rewarding the most active attendee!
– Paris Metro map and ticket: forget overground transport in Paris – use the metro! The conference venue Palais des Congrès has its own metro station, Porte Maillot. Exit there and go to level 2 – and you are there!
– Aspirin: you may well have a morning when you will need it.
– Keep to the point – you attended PLDC 2015 in Rome? Then you “got the point” there! Wear your red pin (little round dot) and follow up with the contacts you made in Italy two years ago!