[EuroPython] Very rough budget
jacob at strakt.com
Tue Jan 13 20:08:28 EST 2004
With the attached budget, which is based on a number of assumptions that may
not hold perfectly true, since we will be making decisions about them on
Thursday and at meetings after that, I would propose the following price
Track chairs and people manning vital functions (front desk, tech support,
50 Euro(partial food cost)
Students, Early bird (cutoff 1 May?)
Early birds (cutoff 1 May?)
Students, preregistration (cutoff 3 June?)
Preregistration (cutoff 3 June?)
Students, at the door
At the door
The calculations are based on 200 paying attendees. I have no figures for
distribution between the different categories, but I am assuming that on
average we will get just a little more than what a regular early bird pays.
This is probably overly pessimistic, but it gives some room for error in the
calculations. If we get fewer participants, we can do some savings by
reducing room sizes and by reducing catering ambitions a bit. If we get more
participants, some money should go to subsidising interesting speakers and
some money should be saved for next year.
On the scale of things, I have reduced all fees above student early bird by 50
Euro, and added a student regular fee. I considered reducing the student
fees, but I think that introduces a bit of risk in my calculations.
But again, these figures depend on decisions we make.
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