Special Museums and the Web Asia Room and Registration Package Deal (limited time)

Special Museums and the Web Asia Package Deal
With the help of our sponsors we have been able to create a package deal that covers registration and hotel and provides a discount.  So enjoy a great conference in Hong Kong and save a little money doing it.

We are only able to offer this deal until our sponsor funds run out.

(Both special packages exclude incidental charges such as room service and are good for a single occupancy in a Deluxe Room @ $1900 Hong Kong rate; Harbor View rooms are not included in these prices. Your 4 or 5 nights stay at the conference hotel must be between Dec 7th and December 13th, 2013. Includes complimentary in-room Internet access and the daily breakfast provided by the Hotel. You must make your reservation through the Conference Hotel’s reservation system. Registration for these packages excludes pre-conference tours and pre-conference workshops, which you can book separately on the Museums and the Web Asia 2013 website)

Three easy steps:

  1. Sign up for your special deal here.
  2. Make your hotel reservation
  3. When you check out from the hotel, your 4 or 5 nights room charges will be credited to your account by MW. You will be responsible for the remaining balance such as incidental charges and any additional stay at the hotel.

If you have any questions let me know at hkusano@museumsandtheweb.com

Hiroko
Museums and the Web
Conference Manager

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About Hiroko Kusano

Hiroko Kusano has more than 12 years in museum and non-profit management roles with a specific focus on Fundraising, Technology and Event management. She manages the Conference, social events, and workshops for the Museums and the Web. She has worked as Special Projects Manager at the Japan Society in New York to manage the Society’s 100th Anniversary Celebration including budgeting, fundraising, planning a full year of special events including a gala, as well as all budgeting, fundraising, publications, and marketing. Prior to the Japan Society, she worked as Event Manager for the Hunger Project, an International NGO in New York City supporting local, national and international fundraising events, trips, campaign, and publications; and before that she worked at a Castillani Art Museum as the manager responsible for all events, operations, various grants, website, information. Originally from Tokyo, Japan, she resides in Los Angeles CA. She has a B.A., Art History and Business Administration from Canisius College, in Buffalo, NY.

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