Don't Miss Out on this Life-Changing Event

Your registration includes:

A Never-Before-Seen Combination of Expertise

Opening and Closing, Keynotes, Tracks, Panels, Challenges, and Breakouts

World-Class, Interactive Workshops

Your choice of up to 5 multi-hour workshops taught by world-renowned leaders in human behavior, physiology, hacking, and psychology.

Professional Networking Opportunities

Lunches, Breaks, Refreshments, Beverages, and Evening Events Thursday, Friday, and Saturday

$1,699 until February 11 at 11:59pm ET

For assistance registering after the cut-off, please email [email protected]

Registration Timeline

June 15 – October 14 at 11:59pm ET $1,299
October 15 – November 14 at 11:59pm ET $1,399
November 15 – February 11 at 11:59pm ET $1,699
Registration is only available on-site starting February 12 – Conference
For assistance registering, email [email protected]

Please feel welcome to download and customize this Justification_Letter to aid your approval request. For further help in aiding your approval request, please email [email protected].

Attendee Cancellation Policy:
If circumstances change and you can no longer attend The Human Hacking Conference, you may cancel your registration in accordance with the cancellation policy described below by providing written notice via email to [email protected] Registrations may be refunded if cancellation is made in writing to [email protected] on or before the cancellation cutoff date – 60 calendar days prior to the The Human Hacking Conference start date. No refunds will be provided to any person who does not attend or requests cancellation after cancellation cutoff date. Please remember that canceling your registration does not automatically cancel your hotel and other travel arrangements. Attendees are responsible for canceling their own hotel and travel reservations, and SEVillage shall not be liable for any expenses or fees incurred by any attendee. After the cancellation cutoff date, payments made are not refundable for any reason whatsoever, including, but not limited to, failure to attend due to illness or due to any event beyond the control of the parties, such as an act of God, natural disaster, travel-related problems, or an act of terrorism.