Registration for the Impact First Summit is now closed. Two days of unmissable content, inspiring talks, Q&As, breakout sessions, lightning talks, and networking. This year, we have 50+ speakers confirmed and 28 exciting sessions lined up.
Registration and payment is carried out online via Hopin. All tickets are listed in USD.
Registration will close at 23:59 on Wednesday, May 18 (GMT+1).
We are almost at capacity, so secure your spot today.
Included in the Exhibitor ticket is one exhibitor table with premium visibility, prominently placed outside the Main Stage, opportunity to present on the Main Stage during Lightning talks, complimentary attendance for one individual, and the ability to participate in all Impact First sessions and networking reception. Tables are limited.
Students receive discounted admission to the Impact First Summit. Only those that hold a valid student identification card from a recognized educational institution qualify for the student rate. A copy of your student id card must be emailed to the conference manager email@example.com. Without this the full registration fee will be charged.
Participants from low- and middle-income countries receive discounted admission to the Impact First Summit. To be entitled to the LMIC registration fee you must be a resident from a low-income or low-upper middle-income country. To confirm you qualify please refer to the DAC list.
All tickets include the following items:
Tickets are transferable to other participants and refundable up to 30 days prior to the event. The refund will be processed to the credit card used to purchase your ticket. Registration fees may be refunded as follows:
In the event that the Impact First Summit is cancelled or postponed due to events beyond the control of the organizers, BAO Systems cannot be held liable for any costs, such as travel and accommodation costs, or other expenses incurred by the participant. Should the Impact First Summit be cancelled or postponed, you may choose to have your ticket fees refunded or automatically transferred to the next event.
The Impact First Summit will adhere to the Covid-19 safety measures set forth by local authorities at the time of the event (May 2022).
Final safety measures and risk mitigation will be updated on our website and communicated to participants as we get closer to the event start date. We ask that you please be patient and flexible due to the ever evolving nature of the Covid-19 pandemic.
To access the Impact First Summit venue (CCB), all participants must enter through
the main registration point. Members of the organizing committee will be situated
at the registration point to validate vaccine certificates and negative test results.
All participants are required to bring a government issued ID and one of the following:
The CCB venue reserves the right to prevent participants from entering their premises if their body temperature is higher than 37.8ºC. Violation of this can result in their removal from the event, and potential forfeit of a refund.
The use of mask is no longer mandatory, but we will remain supportive of any participant who wishes to wear a mask.
Please review the website Visit Portugal for further information on Covid-19 measures implemented in Portugal.
Currently, it is mandatory to present one of the following items:
Centro Cultural de Belém (CCB), has prominent signage placed throughout the premises. The signage displays information about the rules governing access and circulation at CCB, and the conditions under which you may stay at the premises, while at the same time maintaining a safe social distance of two meters. The venue indicates the maximum capacity in each of their spaces. All public reception areas are equipped with acrylic protective barriers and the floors are marked with stickers indicating the obligatory safety distance. All spaces are equipped with hand sanitizers, which visitors must use before they start any activities. In order to protect your safety, CCB has strengthened their health and hygiene plan for the building and their premises in general. In particular, this includes the disinfection of surfaces and shared areas and objects (toilets, counters, handrails, door knobs, light switches), as well as the ventilation of those areas where large groups of people occupy. CCB staff and collaborators wear face coverings or other personal protective equipment. Face coverings must be worn by all those using the center. More information can be found https://www.ccb.pt/en/aculturaesegura/