Application to Attend Geeks on a Plane Middle East 2015

Geeks on a Plane is an invite-only tour for startups, investors, and executives to learn about high-growth technology markets worldwide. We travel by planes, trains, and automobiles to the most exciting international startup scenes with the sole mission of uniting geeks and exploring cross-border opportunities.

All prospective 'geeks' must complete this application to be considered for Geeks on a Plane Middle East (Bahrain, Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Amman, Cairo) from Dec. 5-15, 2015.

IMPORTANT INFO:

- More info: GeeksOnAPlane.com
- Anticipated costs for registration & travel: GOAP tours typically range from $7,000 – $10,000 per Geek, which covers the registration fee, hotel stay, ground transportation, events & activities, drivers, guides, tips, taxes, some meals and really bad jokes from our resident curmudgeon, Dave McClure, over the mic. Beyond that, all other travel costs (flights, some meals & souvenirs) are left up to attendees. We book hotel stay, but we give Geeks the freedom to book their own flights. However, we do suggest booking the same flights as Dave McClure and the 500 crew to maintain group travel & camaraderie. (Don't leave us!)
- Questions? Ping Cristina@500.co

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