Bring a group and save.
AGB bases its pricing on the best value for attendees in consideration of costs associated with delivering a world-class, virtual event. It is proven that shared learning leads to shared implementation, so AGB encourages teams to register to maximize your impact back on campus and in the boardroom.
Reserve your spot now. Space is limited in each virtual session.
*Five or more, members only. All members in the group must be registered at the same time.
Group Rates Added Benefits
- By accessing our group rate, you may reserve virtual meeting space to gather as a team on the morning of Day Two or Day Three; and
- Your team or board may schedule a complimentary one-hour session with an AGB consultant, either as part of the event or within one month following the conference.
Registering for the group rate? Please have your board professional sign up all attendees.
Nonmembers who do not have an account will need to create one to complete the registration process.
Members who have questions about their account credentials should contact the AGB concierge at concierge@AGB.org for assistance.
- Early Bird registration runs until January 8, 2021.
- No refunds for cancellations after March 2, 2021 (see details below).
All cancellations and requests for refunds must be submitted in writing to cancellations@AGB.org and will be processed after the meeting. Requests for refunds must be received by 5:00 PM on March 2, 2021, to receive a full refund minus a $25 cancellation fee. No refunds will be issued for registrants who cancel after March 2, 2021. If you are unable to attend, a substitute is welcome to take your place at no additional charge. AGB is not responsible for cancellations due to schedule changes.
Group Discounts: If a cancellation causes the group to fall below the required five registrations the refund will be issued minus the discount benefit received by the original group.
“The information provided at the conference has been invaluable for me in my first year serving on our Board! Many thanks.”
Martha G. Abbott
Board of Visitors, University of Mary Washington