1. The 'PPA & Collingwood Advisory Breakfast Briefing' is an event administered by the Professional Publishers Association Ltd ("PPA").

2. For the purposes of these Terms and Conditions of attendance:
a. the "Briefing" means the PPA & Collingwood Advisory Group Breakfast Briefing on Wednesday March 25, 2019.
b. the "Organiser" means The Professional Publishers Association Ltd ("PPA"), a company registered in England, company number 00132310, registered address White Collar Factory, 1 Old Street Yard, London, EC1Y 8AF.
c. "Delegate" means an individual, whether part of a group or otherwise, by whom, or on behalf of whom a booking has been made which has been confirmed by the Organiser and who is entitled to attend the Briefing.

3. By registering for and/or attending the Briefing, all Delegates agree to be bound by, and comply with, these Terms and Conditions. It is the Delegate's responsibility to read and understand these Terms and Conditions.

4. In order to attend the Briefing as a Delegate, participants must register online by the Due Date (see 8 below).

5. The registration entitles each Delegate to one place at the Briefing on Wednesday March 25, 2019.

6. The registration does not include any travel costs, or any costs of accommodation. The registration relates solely to attendance at the Briefing.

7. A Delegate place at the Briefing will be confirmed by the Organiser once the completed booking is received by the Organiser.

8. Delegate places at the Briefing are limited. Places are subject to availability.

9. Substitutions can be requested by giving written notice to the Organiser. The Organiser reserves the right to accept or deny a request for Substitution.

10. The Organiser reserves the right to cancel your Delegate place at any time and for whatever reason (including without limitation cancellation of the Briefing).

11. In the event of fire, flood or without limit other causes that the Organiser reasonably believes to be substantial or that are beyond the Organiser's control, the Organiser reserves the right to change the times, dates and the venues of the Briefing, without incurring any liability to you.

12. These Terms and Conditions shall be governed by and construed in accordance with English law and each party irrevocably agrees to submit to the exclusive jurisdiction of the English courts.

13. These Terms and Conditions, together with the registration form, constitute the entire agreement of the parties. In entering into this agreement, the parties have not relied on, and shall have no remedy in respect of, any statement, representation, warranty, understanding, promise or assurance (whether negligently or innocently made) of any person other than as expressly set out in this agreement. Each Delegate shall be deemed to have full knowledge of the Terms and Conditions and shall be bound by them in all respects.

14. These Terms and Conditions may not be modified, amended or rescinded, in whole or in part, except by written amendments signed by both parties.

15. To the full extent allowed by law and insofar as it is reasonable to do so, the Delegate agrees not to hold the Organiser liable for any damage or loss suffered or incurred by the Delegate during the course of the Briefing, including consequential (i.e. losses which are not incurred as a direct consequence of the event leading to any claim) or indirect losses or loss of profit, through registering for the Briefing, attending the Briefing, alteration of the Briefing schedule, cancellation of the Briefing, or any error or omission on the part of the Organiser. This provision does not reduce or restrict the Organiser's liability for death or personal injury caused by the Organiser's negligence or liability for fraud on the part of the Organiser.

16. The Delegate by accepting these Terms and Conditions hereby indemnifies the Organiser and its servants and agents against and hold it harmless from all or any loss or damage, injury, actions, proceedings or claims arising from any act or omission of the Delegate during the Conference.

17. Delegates are responsible for taking appropriate insurance cover in connection with their attendance at the Briefing. Where the Delegate is travelling from outside of the United Kingdom to attend the Briefing, appropriate travel insurance should be purchased independently and in advance of any travel or travel bookings.

18. Any personal information provided as part of the Briefing registration is used for the purpose for which it has been provided (including but without limitation, providing delegate names to the venue operator and including delegate names and their respective business name in delegate lists to be distributed and/or displayed at the Briefing).

19. Delegates acknowledge that photography and/or filming may take place at the Briefing and as such they may be photographed and/or filmed. Such resulting film and/or photographs will be used for news purposes and by PPA for promotional purposes.

20. In the event of inappropriate behaviour by any Delegate in the view of the Organiser or the Briefing venue operator, the Delegate may be refused entry to or asked to leave and excluded from the Briefing without compensation.

21. Delegates may be asked to undergo reasonable security searches at the Briefing venue.

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