World Taxpayers Associations’
16th World Conference in Berlin, March 17-19th, 2016
Good Governance and Low Taxes – Necessities in an Uncertain World?!
The World Taxpayers Association cordially invites its members to its biennial worldwide conference in 2016, from the 17th to the 19th March in the Mercure Hotel in Berlin.
Key stakeholders and globally acclaimed experts will discuss a wide range of important aspects of economic growth and growth of freedom and democracy. You will have a unique chance to meet with like-minded persons from all parts of the world, to learn and be inspired and build relations of future importance for your organization.
Mercure Hotel Berlin Tempelhof
Hermannstrasse 214-216, D-12049 Berlin, Germany
Wednesday, March 16th
From 1 pm until morning of March 17th
TaxPayers Leaders Forum and Coalition Leaders Forum
Hosted by Americans for Tax Reform
Invitation only – please contact Lorenzo Montanari for more information – firstname.lastname@example.org
Thursday, March 17th
From 9 am until 1 pm
Free Market Road Show – one of more than 30 presentations and discussions around Europe by economic experts, commenting on current issues and economic prospects.
From 1 pm –general meetings of WTA and Taxpayer’s Association of Europe and the Asia Pacific Taxpayers Association.
Members’ up-date and presentation of new members.
Thursday, 7 pm
Welcome reception in a special location in Berlin.
Friday, March 18th
Main themes – morning
- International stability – low taxes for economic growth. Future alternatives.
- Public-private partnerships. Alternatives to financing infrastructure and welfare.
Lunch presentation about currency changes and how the economies were stabilized in Eastern Europe after the fall of the Soviet Union.
Main themes – afternoon
- The need for good governance and good governance in practice.
- Interest policy, currency issues, cross boarder taxation and creating
a growth climate.
Evening – Dinner with a typical Berlin variety show
Saturday, March 19th
- Six workshops on themes like: Campaigning and fund raising, media coaching, alternative marketing and PR – trends and resources, styling and appearance, facts on the climate issue, up date on social media usage.
- From 3 pm Tour of Berlin and visits to point of specific interest.
Gala dinner with special speaker, award-winning journalist and controversial climate-change critic, James Delingpole.
Practical Information and Application
To facilitate our planning, could you already now indicate your interest – this is without final commitment. We will then also send you more detailed information on speakers and seminars.
If you need help with visa applications, let us know immediately.
Send to email@example.com
Costs and Booking Information
Booking information: Conference fee €495, and get a €100 discount for a net fee of €395 for early bird registration (to be announced very soon!). There will be a reduced fee for accompanying persons of €200 to include all social events and dinners. The Conference fee includes all lectures and programs, lunches and transport to events, the welcome reception, the dinner Friday with a variety show, and the last night gala dinner. Registration site will be up and running very soon! Stay Tuned Here for Details!
Book for €100 discount by December 31st 2015!
We are getting close to the end of the year, and we urgently want an indication of your interest and the dates you want to participate. The hotel rates definitely go up January 1st, so we are trying to at least make preliminary books for all who are interested. This will save you money and make the planning easier.
Book your hotel room with a discount before December 31st!
MERCURE HOTEL BERLIN TEMPELHOF AIRPORT
Phone: +49 30 627 80 130
E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Use code WoConf for your discount.
We advise you to arrive latest Thursday, March 17th mid-day. Arrive Wednesday if you want to participate in extra events Wednesday afternoon and Thursday morning which include the Free Market Road Show and a special meeting with TaxPayers Leaders Forum, arranged by Americans for Tax Reform (invite only).
Do write to Sarah Elliott at sarah.elliott@worldtaxpayers.
WTA Conference Scholarships
Please contact Sarah Elliott, sarah.elliott@worldtaxpayer.
VISA Assistance for the WTA Conference
Don’t wait until the last minute!
Do a need a Visa?
Please visit the following link for a list of countries whose citizens need a visa to enter Germany.
How do I apply for a visa?
Please visit the German Immigration Service website for general information about the requirements for applying for a visa and the application process.
Important note: A registration confirmation letter from Taxpayers Association of Europe be required when applying for a visa. Please see who to contact below.
When and where do I apply for a visa?
Please be aware that the visa application process can take a considerable amount of time. You may submit your visa application 3 months before your departure date to Germany; however, all necessary application paperwork must be obtained and completed in advance to ensure that you are prepared to submit your application exactly 3 months prior to departure.
Please consult the website of the relevant German Embassy for information about how and where to apply for visa. A list of all German Embassies can be found here
If you need Visa assistance from the conference organizers – please email Daniel Junker – email@example.com, and cc Michael.Jaeger@taxpayers-