$4,800 for the full four day program including Monday morning Boot Camp. Register by Friday, January 29, 2016 to receive the special EARLY BIRD PRICE of $4,600.
When registering, you will be asked to select your Boot Camp: Boot Camp 1: Financial Statements and Analysis: The Bottom Line for Non-Financial Managers Boot Camp 2: Grape Growing an Winemaking 101: The Fundamentals
$4,300 for the program without Boot Camp (Monday afternoon – Thursday). Register by Friday, January 29, 2016 to receive the special EARLY BIRD PRICE of $4,100.
*Registration fee includes all course material, education fees, and meals. *Group Discounts are available for registering two or more people from the same company at the same time.
Please contact us with questions or for more information
Hyatt Place UC Davis
173 Old Davis Road Extension
Davis, California, USA 95616
The Hyatt Place UC Davis is conveniently located on the beautiful University of California, Davis campus, adjacent to the program venue (Gallagher Hall). Surrounded by a variety of local art museums, quaint shopping districts, and scenic golf courses, this college town atmosphere is only a short distance from California’s State Capitol, wine country and the San Francisco Bay area.
A block of hotel rooms will be reserved until March 6, 2016 at the Hyatt Place at the rate of $145 + tax per night for this program. To make your reservations, click here: Hyatt WEP Room Block
If you wish to book a room outside of the room block (arriving prior to March 20 or departing after March 24), you can do so by calling the Hyatt Place directly at 530-756-9500 or 1-888-492-8847 or go to Hyatt Place and enter your arrival and departure dates.
Cancellations can be made by email to email@example.com or telephone 530-752-7240. Cancellations made within 14 days of the program start date are subject to a charge equal to 1/2 the registration fee.
Cancellations made within 7 days of the program start date are subject to a charge equal to the full registration charge and no refund will be issued.
Name changes and substitutions can be made until Friday, March 11, 2016.
The University of California, Davis, reserves the right to use photos taken during seminar activities for promotional purposes.
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