FAQ

Please click on the Questions below for the Answers.

1. Where can I find outcomes of former SEED West Africa Symposia?

To discover more about the annual SEED South Africa Symposium and outcomes of previous events please visit the SEED past events.

2. How can I support the SEED Symposium?

To learn more about opportunities and benefits please contact us via symposium@seed.uno.

3. Can I contribute a speech to the Symposium?

We are currently enquiring speakers and panellists for the event. To discuss further opportunities and free slots please contact symposium@seed.uno.

4. Can I present my enterprise at the SEED marketplace?

We are currently enquiring exhibitors for the SEED marketplace. To discuss further opportunities and free slots please contact symposium@seed.uno.

5. Will SEED cover my travel expenses?

Unfortunately we are not able to cover participant’s travel expenses unless stated otherwise in an invitation.

6. Where and when can I register for SEEDSAS17?

Registration is available through this website. We kindly ask you to enrol for SEEDWAS17 through the official registration to ensure all data necessary for providing you with a smooth event is submitted. Thank you very much for your understanding and please do not hesitate to contact symposium@seed.uno in case of any questions! 

7. How much are tickets for SEEDSAS17?

We are delighted to provide you with Early Bird Tickets until May 31st at the cost of US$70 and reduced tickets for eco-inclusive enterprises, NGOs and students at the cost of US$35. From June 1st on we offer tickets at the cost of US$90 and reduced tickets for US$50.

If you are SEED Winner, SEED Accelerator, SEED SA Steering Committee Member, SEED Jury Member or SEED Board Member we offer free registrations available via your personal invitation sent out in April.

8. What is the symposium language?

The main language of the conference is English. However, there will be a translation service at place translating the expert panels from English into French. Furthermore, one of the parallel sessions will be most likely held entirely in French so that also French speaking participants can fully engage in symposium activities.

© Copyright 2017 adelphi research gGmbH. All rights reserved