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General terms and conditions Amsterdam Case Competition
1.1. Legally binding agreement
By agreeing with the general terms and conditions, you enter a legally binding agreement and agree to be bound by these general terms and conditions.
1.2. If you do not agree with any of the statements in the general terms and conditions, you may submit a written request to Amsterdam Case Competition for different provisions. This can be done by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. If you do not agree with any of the statements in the general terms and conditions, you may be restricted from services provided by Amsterdam Case Competition.
General terms and conditions:
These general terms and conditions of Amsterdam Case Compettion
Amsterdam Case Competition:
An event organised by Study Association Sefa. An association with full legal capacity Studievereniging Faculteit Economie en Bedrijfskunde aan de Universiteit van Amsterdam, located in Amsterdam at the Roetersstraat 11, Room E0.02, registered at the Chamber of Commerce dossier number 40538902.
Amsterdam Case Competition website:
The complete technical infrastructure and all of its capabilities that are offered through the URLs https://www.amsterdamcc.com and http://www.amsterdamcc.com.
The legal entity that uses the Amsterdam Case Competition website in order to get in touch with potential future employees for the purpose of recruitment, selection, and/or labour market communication.
A collection of information and/or data, including, but not exclusively photos, videos and other material that is being communicated by a sponsor.
3.1. Author’s rights
Study Association Sefa for Economics and Business at the University of Amsterdam pays a lot of attention to the information on the website. Possible author’s rights on the content, shapes, images and the program are all with Sefa. If you find any material on the website which you believe infringes any third party or property rights, please contact Sefa. Sefa cannot be held responsible for the information provided on the website.
3.2. Availability of products, services, and activities
Sefa cannot guarantee that the products, services and activities which are offered on the Sefa website are all available at any time.
3.3. Legal liability concerning communication
Sefa does not accept legal liability for any communication and/or information that is or is not provided by Sefa.
3.4. Legal liability concerning the use of the Sefa website
Sefa will not accept legal liability for any damages resulting from the use of the Amsterdam Case Competition website.
4.1. Submitting information
When signing up, you are asked to provide Amsterdam Case Competition personal information. Details submitted to Amsterdam Case Competition are under the responsibility of Sefa.
4.2. Use of information
Sefa uses the information to be able to improve the services Amsterdam Case Competition offers.
5.1. Changes in the programme
Sefa retains the right to make changes to event programmes at all times. Sefa will do everything within her power to ensure the offered components will take place.
5.2. CV selection
Some Amsterdam Case Competition events include a CV selection. Through the use of CV selection, the sponsor can choose students whom match with its preferred job profile and wishes.
(i) Sefa handles your personal details very confidentially and will, apart from making your CV anonymous, not apply any changes. In the process of making your CV anonymous, we will remove your contact details (i.e. telephone number, address, city and e-mail).
(ii) Sefa can in no way influence the selection of students. Exclusively the participating sponsors will execute the selection of students.
(iii) Sefa is in no way responsible when a sponsor in which the student is interested does not select a student.
(iv) When there are conflicts within the Sefa event programme, a CV selection component will outweigh a component without CV selection. In addition, individual conversations, breakfast, lunch or dinner are considered more consequential than a case with CV selection. Accordingly, Sefa keeps the right to adjust any overlaps in the student’s timetable. Where possible, these possible adjustments are made in consultation with the student. However, the student’s final timetable and the activities he/she is selected for are indisputable by Sefa.
(v) After the student participated in (parts of) a Sefa event devoted to a specific sponsor including CV selection, Sefa has the right to hand over the full CV from that student to that particular sponsor
5.3. No-Show policy
5.3.1 Career Events
Participating in a career event is free. To give everyone a fair chance to participate in popular activities, we apply a no-show policy. The policy contains the following rules:
(i) If you unsubscribe at least two workdays before the day your activity takes place, you won’t receive a fine. Beware: only cancellations before 5 PM will be accepted.
(ii) If you unsubscribe later than 5 PM, two days before the activity, a fine of €15,- will be charged.
For example: If you are registered for an activity at Amsterdam Case Competition on Tuesday May 9th you need to deregister at least before 5 PM on Sunday 7th of May in order to not get a fine. If you deregister at 5:01 PM on 5th of May, this means a fine will be charged.
Please keep in mind that we are strict regarding late cancellations or no-shows, because of the arrangements we have made with our partners.
5.4. Special circumstances
In case of special circumstances, such as the cancellation or relocation of a Amsterdam Case Competition event, Sefa will inform the participants as good as possible. In case of the cancellation of an ACC event because of circumstances beyond Sefa’s control, Sefa is not liable to repay the participation fee. If a withdrawal from participation is being done in less than five days prior to the Sefa event, Sefa is permitted to collect an additional cancellation fee.
By uploading or sending data to the Amsterdam Case Competition website, you grant Sefa an irrevocable, unconditional, worldwide, unlimited, perpetual and royalty-free licence to use this data, or any part thereof, in any way it seems fit, in some or all media. Moreover, in doing so, you renounce your so-called moral or similar rights regarding the data. In the event that Sefa would sell or transfer its – or part of its – business activities to a third party, Sefa has and maintains the right to also sell and/or transfer your data.
7. Use of the Amsterdam Case Competition website
7.1. Entitlement to use the Sefa website
By agreeing with the general terms and conditions, you guarantee that you are entitled to make use of the Amsterdam Case Competition website, and that you act in compliance with these general terms and conditions.
7.2. Website use for commercial purposes
It is explicitly not allowed to use the Amsterdam Case Competition website for direct or indirect purposes. That includes using, exporting, saving, and/or processing contract details of Amsterdam Case Competition sponsors and/or any data and/or information displayed on a Amsterdam Case Competition sponsor’s company profile for any commercial purpose.
7.3. Duplicating and/or making information public
It is not allowed to use the information you receive from either Amsterdam Case Competition or a sponsor of Amsterdam Case Competition for other than personal objectives. The information may not be used for any other purpose, including duplicating it or making the information public without prior written permission from Sefa.
7.4. The use of the Amsterdam Case Competition website in an automatic or manual manner
The Amsterdam Case Competition website is meant to be used for personal objectives by normal browser-use. It is hence not allowed to use the (data available on the) website or to access the data on the Amsterdam Case Competition website through the use of other technology or software. Hyperlinks should lead directly to the context, within which Amsterdam Case Competition offers content. It is also not allowed to circumvent and/or to remove any technical security on the Amsterdam Case Competition website, or make this possible for others.
7.5. Responsibility for the information available on the Amsterdam Case Competition website
By agreeing with the general terms and conditions, you accept that you carry the responsibility for the content and nature of all information that you fill out, upload, and/or communicates on the Amsterdam Case Competition website.
7.6. Other restrictions regarding the use of the Amsterdam Case Competition website
Regardless of any other terms within these general terms and conditions, you are not permitted to use the Amsterdam Case Competition website:
(i) for any unlawful cause;
(ii) in any way resulting in a diminished functionality of the Amsterdam Case Competition website or that may cause damage to the functionality of the Amsterdam Case Competition website;
(iii) for spreading, sending or uploading computer viruses or other files or software that cause damage to the Amsterdam Case Competition website, other Amsterdam Case Competitiona members, and/or Amsterdam Case Competition sponsors;
(iv) for spreading, sending or uploading material that is slanderous, insulting, obscene or threating of nature or that may lead to irritation, inconvenience or unnecessary commotion;
(v) in a way that results in an infringement of any right of any person or legal entity;
(vi) for spreading any material with the purpose of gaining publicity, promotion and/or advertising without the written permission of Amsterdam Case Competition.
8. Intellectual Property Rights
8.1. Intellectual property rights
By agreeing with the general terms and conditions, you acknowledge that all copyrights, trademarks and all other intellectual property rights that are part of the Amsterdam Case Competition website, that become and are property of Amsterdam Case Competition, will remain property of Amsterdam Case Competition and are part of the copyrights, adjacent rights and database rights of Amsterdam Case Competition and other applicable rights as trademarks.
8.2. Not allowed to download, copy, alter or make public
It is explicitly not allowed to download, copy, alter or make public any files, software and/or materials that are available on the Amsterdam Case Competition website for direct or indirect commercial purposes or for any purpose other than those described in article 5, unless prior written permission is given by Amsterdam Case Competition.
8.3. Not allowed to copy, alter or use source code
It is not permitted to copy or alter the source code of the Amsterdam Case Competition website, to use it as the basis for any work or to try to retrieve the source code in any way or sell, vest, sub-license, transfer or establish any right on the information or source code.
9.3. Permission to process data
By agreeing with the general terms and conditions, you allow Sefa to process the data that you fill out on- or uploads to the Amsterdam Case Competition website and to incorporate these into one or more files.
9.4. Permission sending notifications
By agreeing with the general terms and conditions, you allow Sefa to send messages to the email address that you filled out on the Amsterdam Case Competition website, in the context of notifications of Amsterdam Case Competition sponsors and updates of any significance. You can unsubscribe for notifications while continue to be a Sefa member by sending an email to email@example.com
9.5 Permission to take and use pictures
By agreeing with the general terms and conditions, you allow Sefa to take pictures of you onAmsterdam Case Competition events, and to upload and use those on the Amsterdam Case Competition website or any other promotional outings.
9.6 Insight in personal data
Whenever a member wants to have insight in his or her personal data obtained by Sefa, he or she can contact Sefa by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
9.7 Removal of personal data
Whenever a participant wants to remove his or her personal data from the Amsterdam Case Competition membership database, this can be done by sending an email to email@example.com with a formal statement to remove all your personal data.
10. Applicable law, choice of court, void and voidable terms
10.1. Dutch law
The general terms and conditions is governed by Dutch law. Dutch law is applicable to all contracts and agreements that involve Sefa as a party. All disputes which may arise from the general terms and conditions shall be settled by the competent Dutch court.
10.2. Choice of court
Sefa is authorized to, yet not obliged to, present potential disputes that cannot be settle or concluded in any other way, to the Dutch Court in the living area of the location of Sefa.
10.3. Void or voidable term
In the event one or more terms of the general terms and conditions are void or voidable, the concerning term will be replaced by a valid provision that has the same effect.
Sefa has the right to change the general terms and conditions of Amsterdam Case Competition in any moment in time when Sefa considers this as necessary, without prior notice. The new general terms and conditions will be published on sefa.nl and members are recommended to check the website regularly.
If you have any questions or complaints, you can contact Amsterdam Case Competition at all times by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. We will respond to you as soon as possible.