Of course! For us, the success of previous Festivals is a big obligation and our goal for this year is to cherry-pick the very best and most important of today's digital marketing. That being said, we definitely won't repeat any lectures or workshops from the past.
We'll see. For the moment, we've only got space for either a lecture or a block of 3-4 case studies in our main agenda and we have yet to decide which one it will be. However, if we decide to go with case studies, there will be no call for papers this time around and we'll search for the best case studies ourselves.
We're trying to do things differently this time around and make the Festival more accessible and less cluttered with collateral. Most importantly though, we're aiming to have the best line-up we've ever had for this Festival. Here's a more detailed, behind-the-scenes look on the vision for this #mktfest.
There's more and more demand for tickets to the Festival – last year, we sold our most of our tickets in 8 minutes, so we've put a new reservation system in place. When you put a ticket in the cart, a 10-minute time limit starts ticking away. Once you run out of time, the order gets cancelled. So even if the website claims all tickets have been reserved, some of them might become available again due to orders being cancelled.
"We are obliged to invoice you including the VAT, although you might be used to invoicing that excludes it. The reason is there is an exception in the case of educational events, and the tax has to be paid in the country where the event takes place (Art. 54 of the Council Directive 2006/112/EC).
You can ask for a tax return afterwards at the Czech Tax Office in Prague. The main condition is that the VAT has to exceed 50 EUR in one year."