General Terms of sale
Article 1. Object
The present terms apply to any order made by the Client about services in connection with MedFIT Event, 2018 edition, and for its hosted events, an event of GIE Eurasanté organized with Alsace Biovalley, and hosted events partners (hereinafter the Organizer).
By sending a request for services linked to these events, Client explicitly declares he has read and accepts all the stipulations of these terms, and excludes to claim any conflicting provisions, in particular his own general terms of purchase. Any modification or reservation cannot be accepted by the Organizer.
Article 2. Orders
Any request shall be made by the ordering form available on the event’s internet site or by registered mail with acknowledgement of receipt to the Organizer, excluding any other means. The Organizer reserves the right to reject or cancel at any time a request which does not meet the requisite conditions, including without limitation: late or incomplete request, absence of the payments or guaranties, non-compliance with laws or present terms. Organizer can ask full payment before providing requested services.
Article 3. Validation, modification and cancellation of order
Organizer will accept ordering request by sending confirmation of the order to the email address given by the Client. All modifications concerning the ordering shall be confirmed in the same way by Client to Organizer.
Cancellation of order by the Client must be made by written to the Organizer.
Unless cases of force majeure, if the Organizer receives written notice less than 30 days before the Event (or 60 days for exhibitors), sums already paid are not refundable. If cancellation is made after the start of the Event (for instance, no-show), Client will be charged with the full price mentioned in the invoice. In any case, services already carried out by the Organizer (such as advertising) will be charged to the Client.
Article 4. Price
All prices are expressed in Euros. Value-added tax will be indicated separately and included in the invoice.
Orders must be paid at the time expressed in the invoice to be considered valid. Full payment must be made before the start of the Event. If not, access to the Event could be refused.
Article 5. Access to Event
Access badge corresponding to his status will be given to Client the day before the event or the day of the event. ID card may be requested. Access could be denied to clients late on payments or who don’t have badges.
The Organizer reserves the right to refuse a request for access or expulse any person whose presence or behavior would be prejudicial to the event’s safety, public order, tranquility or image. Any violation of the present terms may result in the immediate exclusion of the Client, without being entitled to any refund or compensation.
Article 6. Communications
Client has no right to publish the official catalogue of the Event or other communication tools without prior consent of the Organizer.
Article 7. Transfer – Assignment
Rights resulting from orders (access to Event, etc.) are personal and non-transferable, even to subsidiary or parent company of the Client, without prior consent of the Organizer.
Article 8. Force majeure – Cancellation – Deferral
Organizer may cancel or defer the Event and linked services in cases of force majeure. Cases of force majeure justifying the cancellation or deferral of the Event are constituted by natural disaster, war, epidemics, or any reasonably unforeseeable and unusual economic, political or social situation beyond the Organizer’s control and which makes execution of the Event impossible or severely affect organization and operation of the Event or the safety of goods and persons. In this case, Organizer will notice Client of the deferral of the Event without delay. Orders are still valid.
Otherwise, reimbursement policy shall be only applicable in case of cancellation or deferral of the Event for more than 6 months. No damage and compensation would be due by the Organizer.
Article 9. Grievances
Any complaint concerning the services and the Event shall be made by written within a 24- hours period after the end of the Event to be taken into consideration. Complains related to hosted events shall be made to main Organizer of these events.
Article 10. Limitation of liability
Client agrees to make no claim for any reason whatsoever against the Organizer for loss, theft, damage, or destruction of goods, nor for any injury, including death, to its employees, agents, or representatives; nor for any damage of any nature, including damage to its business for failure to hold the Event as scheduled; nor for any act or omission of the Organizer.
Article 11. Limitation of damages
Organizer and its directors, agents, representatives, and employees, shall not in any event be liable to Client for any third-party claim or for any direct or indirect damage arising out of this contract or its termination.
Article 12. Miscellaneous
The parties to this contract are independent contractors, and this contract shall not establish any relationship, joint venture, or agency between the parties. No party shall have the power to bind any other party or incur obligations on any other party’s behalf without the other party’s prior written consent.
No failure or delay by the Organizer in exercising any right or privilege hereunder will operate as a waiver thereof. Should any provision of the present terms be or become illegal, invalid, unenforceable or unworkable in whole or in part, the legality, validity and enforceability of the remaining provisions shall remain unaffected.
Parties agree not to bring legal proceedings before having initiated attempts to resolve any dispute amicably.
The presents terms are governed by, construed and interpreted in accordance with the laws of France and shall be settled by courts of Lille.
Terms of sale Exhibitors
Article 13. Object
Notwithstanding the abovementionned statements which remain applicable,
the following conditions apply to Client for rental of an exhibition stand (hereinafter the «Exhibitor»)during MedFIT Event, 2018 edition, and for its hosted events, an event of GIE Eurasanté organized with Alsace Biovalley and hosted events partners.
Article 14. Exhibitions stand Reservation
The Organizer establishes the hall plan and attributes the locations considering, if possible wishes expressed by exhibitors, nature of presented products and services, proposed arrangement of the stands and, if necessary, chronological order of acceptance. In case of non-payment within the prescribed period, the stand will be considered as free and may be rented to other clients.
Registration bears no right to enjoy a particular location. Organizer cannot be held liable for any slight differences between the published measurements and the true dimensions of the location or for any changes in the stand’s environment.
The Organizer defines the time given to the exhibitor for set-up and dismantling. During set-up time, prior to opening of the event, exhibitors will bring materials and store anything which will be required during the event, under their own responsibility.
Exhibitors must be present on their stands at the time of the visit by the safety officer and be aware of the provisions relating to safety. At the end of the event, the Organizer may proceed to the dismantling, removal and tidy up that have not been made by the exhibitor in deadlines, at the expense and at the sole risk of the exhibitor.
Occupation of stands
The stands shall be occupied permanently by the exhibitor during opening hours. The exhibitor is responsible for keeping his stand for the duration of the event, notwithstanding the cleaning services offered by the Organizer. It is prohibited to sell, sub-lease or exchange all or part of the space rented, without informing the Organizer beforehand.
The specific decoration of the stands is done by the exhibitors under their exclusive responsibility, in compliance with Organizer’s instructions, while Organizer is in charge of the general decoration of the hall.
Notwithstanding the above, the Organizer reserves the right to have fittings that impair the general appearance of the Event or the circulation of the public or which bother neighboring exhibitors modified or removed, at the expense of the concerned exhibitor.
Exhibitors must leave the locations in the state in which they found them. All degradation caused by their installations or attendants to either equipment or the building will be evaluated by the Organizer and shall be charged to those exhibitors responsible.
Article 15. Insurances
Each exhibitor must ensure to have insurance against all damages exhibitor’s equipment or its employees may suffer or cause, directly or indirectly, to third parties and places during the periods of assembly, the duration of the exhibition and dismantling period, so that the Organizer may in no case be sought for any reason whatsoever. The exhibitor could have to justify the existence of the said insurance upon request of the Organizer.
Article 16. Communications
Exhibitor hereby grants to the Organizer the right and permission to use, for the limited purpose of promotion of the Event, its names, marks and logos, even to issue press releases announcing Exhibitor’s participation in the Event. Exhibitor is able to express its disagreement to any use of its names, marks and/or logos by written notification to Organizer. Organizer will be bound by this refusal from the reception of the notification. In the case where Organizer would already have edited Event materials, Client will support all costs arisen from the destruction and the re-edition of updated materials.
Exhibitors must not distribute prospectuses or other such items elsewhere than on their own stand. No prospectuses related to non exhibitors (even affiliates or subsidiaries companies), may be distributed. No audio or visual advertising systems can be used without Organizer’s written authorization.
Questionnaires and surveys are forbidden without prior consent, as for direct sales.
The exhibitor is responsible for the products/services it provides, and undertakes not to present to public information that could mislead visitors; especially when a product/service must comply with a regulation, non-compliance is clearly shown.
Article 17. Limitation of liability
Exhibitor agrees to make no claim for any reason whatsoever against the Organizer for loss, theft, damage, or destruction of goods, nor for any injury, including death, to its employees, agents, or representatives; nor for any damage of any nature, including damage to its business for failure to provide exhibit space; nor for failure to hold the Event as scheduled; nor for any act or omission of the Organizer. Exhibitor is solely responsible for its own exhibit and products and should insure exhibits and products from loss or damage from any cause whatsoever.
Article 18. Limitation of damages
Organizer and its directors, agents, representatives, and employees, shall not in any event be liable to Exhibitor for any third-party claim or for any direct or indirect damage arising out of this contract or its termination.
List of exhibitors
Only the Exhibitor shall have the right to be listed as an official exhibitor in the Event book and website, or in the Event promotional materials. Information necessary for the list of exhibitors (website and book) are provided by the exhibitor under its responsibility. The Organizer shall in no event be liable for errors and omissions that may occur. Each exhibitor grants Organizer the right to reproduce on all communication supports related to the event its distinctive signs (name and trademark).