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Terms and Conditions for ABA Australia 2022 Conference

This page was last updated on 30 March 2022.

Please read these Terms and Conditions carefully as they apply to your participation at 7th Annual Conference 2022.

By attending, speaking, exhibiting or sponsoring at 7th Annual Confernece 2022, you agree to be bound by the Terms and Conditions set out below, which form a legally binding agreement between you and ABA Australia.

Please also note that by participating in 7th Annual Confernece 2022, you acknowledge that you have read and understood the terms the Event Code of Conduct.

ABA Australia reserve the right to publish changes to these Terms and Conditions at any time without prior notice.

ABA Australia Conference Terms and Conditions for Delegates

  1. Definitions and Interpretation

    1. The term ‘Annual Conference’, or the ‘Conference’ means the Association of Behaviour Analysis Australia 7th Annual Conference.

    2. The term ‘Conference Organiser’ or the ‘Conference Committee’ refers to ABA Australia volunteer group that manages the 7th Annual Conference logistics, including registration, accommodation and sponsorship bookings, and is the appointed data custodian for all personal data collected by ABA Australia for the purposes of promoting the 7th Annual Conference.

    3. The terms ‘Participant’, ‘Attendee’, ‘Delegate’ or ‘Registrant’ refer to any person who registers and/or attends or is invited to attend the Conference – whether in-person or virtually – including but not limited to Speakers, Sponsors, Vendors, Media Representatives and Contractors.

    4. The term ‘Speaker’ or ‘Presenter’ refers to any presenter or co-presenter, session chair, panellist or co-panellist, session moderator, session discussant, session facilitator or moderator who is participating at a conference session, whether in-person or virtually.

    5. The term ‘Primary Contact’ or ‘Submitter’, in the context of the program or Call for Papers refers to the person who submits a new proposal.

    6. The term ‘Sponsor’ includes any person, firm, company or corporation and its employees and agents identified in the booking form or other written request for a sponsorship item.

  2. Registration Terms and Conditions

    1. Payment of Registration

      1. The payment of an individual registration is by credit card at the time of registration.

      2. A registration is considered complete when full payment is received by the Conference Organiser.

      3. The Australian goods and services tax (GST) at 10% is not applicable to all goods and services offered by the Conference. All registration fees are listed as tax-free.

      4. A single invoice can be issued for group registrations and payment accepted either by credit card or by direct deposit. No discounts will be given for group registrations. Please email events@auaba.com.au to arrange group registration.

    2. Eligibility for discounted registrations

      1. Flash Sale: To qualify for flash sale registration, registration fees must be received by 31 January 2022.

      2. Early bird: To qualify for early bird registration, registration fees must be received by 30 April 2022.

      3. Professional Member: Applies to registrants who are already an active professional member of ABA Australia. They must maintain their membership until the conference ends.

      4. Affiliate Member: Applies to registrants who are already an active affiliate member of ABA Australia. They must maintain their membership until the conference ends.

      5. Student: Applies to registrants who are already an active student member of ABA Australia. They must maintain their membership until the conference ends.

      6. Non Member: Applies to registrants who do not possess an active ABA Australia membership.

      7. Keynote/ Invited Speaker: Applies to presenters who were personally invited to present by the ABA Australia conference committee. These presenters receive a complimentary conference ticket.

      8. Regular Submission Speaker: Applies to presenters who have applied for their presentation to be submitted at the conference and were approved to present. These presenters must purchase their own conference ticket at their current membership level for the ‘Flash Sale’ rate prior to presenting. An invoice will be issued after notification of acceptance of the presentation. Note, the presenter must ensure that their membership remains active throughout the conference. This also applies to any co-presenters, session facilitators, chairs, panellists or co-panellists, moderators and/or session discussants. 

    3. Transfer of registration

      1. All fully paid registrations are transferable to other persons until 28 July 2022. No transfers will be allowed once the conference has started.

      2. Transfers can be made to new delegates of the same ABA Australia membership status. The new delegate must ensure that their membership is active. If not, they need to update their membership before attending the conference.

      3. Transfer requests must be made by the registered person in writing to Alayna Haberlin at events@auaba.com.au.  Details must include the full name of the replacement person, ABA Australia membership status, and email address. All other registration details will be carried over to the new person unless otherwise specified. Transfer of registrations to another person will include the registration and all associated workshop tickets.

      4. Should the new delegate not require an item previously booked by the original delegate, the cancellation and refund policy for the item cancelled will apply.

    4. Non-attendance/no-shows

      1. No refund will be made for non-attendance at the conference or workshops.

    5. Cancellation of the registration by the delegate

      1. All cancellations must be made in writing to Alayna Haberlin at events@auaba.com.au.

    6. Conference or workshop cancellations

      1. If you have registered for the conference or workshop:

        1. You are entitled to a refund of the outstanding balance minus the administrative fee if the cancellation is received on or before 10 July 2022. The administrative fee is 25% of the ticket purchased. 

        2. Any request for a cancellation received after 10 July 2022 will be at the discretion of ABA Australia and made on an individual basis.

        3. Processing time for refunds: Refunds (less applicable administrative fees) will be processed no later than 30 August or 30 days from the date the refund was requested (whichever date is the latter). Please ensure that your credit card details are up to date as the card that was used to purchase the ticket will be credited.

  3. Changes due to COVID-19 

    1. Change of the in-person registration to a virtual-only registration

      1. At the delegate’s request due to government restrictions

      2. If a delegate is unable to travel to Sydney to attend the conference in person due to government restrictions on travel as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, the delegate’s registration will be converted to a virtual (i.e., on demand conference) registration upon written request to the Conference Organiser.

      3. In this scenario, your ticket will not be refunded as you still have access to the conference virtually. 

      4. At the delegates request due to being diagnosed with COVID-19 or identified as a close contact

      5. If a delegate is unable to attend due to being diagnosed with COVID-19 or has been notified as a close contact of a person with COIVD-19, then the virtual option of the conference will be given.

      6. In this scenario, your ticket will not be refunded as you still have access to the conference virtually. 

    2. At the delegate’s request for other reasons

      1. A delegate may make a request in writing to the Conference Organiser to convert their in-person registration to a virtual registration for personal reasons not related to government restrictions on travel as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.

      2. Any request for converting their in-person registration to a virtual registration will be at the discretion of ABA Australia and made on an individual basis.

      3. In this scenario, your ticket will not be refunded as you still have access to the conference virtually. 

    3. Change of the in-person conference to a virtual-only conference by ABA Australia

      1. In the event the in-person conference cannot go ahead due government restrictions on travel or gatherings, the conference will be delivered fully online via a virtual platform.

      2. A fully virtual conference means the conference will not be broadcast from Sydney and all delegates will be attending the conference virtually.

      3. All in-person registrations will be converted to virtual registrations.

      4. If a presenter is diagnosed or has been notified as a close contact of a person with COVID-19 and is unable to present, their presentation will be aired via virtual means.

    4. Cancellation, postponement or change of registration of the Conference by ABA Australia

      1. It may be necessary for reasons beyond the control of ABA Australia to alter the times, dates, itineraries or speakers of the conference by notice to you at any time.

      2. In the event of cancellation or postponement of the conference, or if the registration is converted from an in-person registration to a virtual-only registration, the maximum liability of ABA Australia is limited to a refund of the Conference registration fee with no additional liability for travel costs, hotel costs, or any other costs or expenses whatsoever.

      3. In the event of cancellation or postponement of the conference, or if the registration is converted from an in-person registration to a virtual-only registration, due to circumstances beyond ABA Australia’s reasonable control including but not limited to acts of terrorism, war, force majeure, natural disaster or global health crises (including any government restrictions on travel or gatherings), ABA Australia cannot be held responsible for any cost, damage or expense which may be incurred by delegates as a consequence of such cancellation, postpone or change.

  4. Intellectual Property Rights

    1. All rights in all presentations, documentation and materials published or otherwise made available as part of the Conference are owned by the Speaker or are included with the permission of the owner of the rights. All such material is protected by the Copyright Act 1968 (Cth) and other international copyright and intellectual property laws.

    2. Registrants may only use the materials and content for his/her/their own private non-commercial use. No part of the materials and content should be copied, reproduced, modified, distributed, stored in a retrieval system or transmitted in any form or by any means electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording or otherwise, or republished in any form or by any means without the express written permission of the Speaker.

    3. Without limiting any of the above, all trademarks that are included in all presentations, documentation and materials published or otherwise made available as part of the Conference are the property of their respective owners and are protected by relevant laws in Australia and other countries. You must not use any of these trade marks (including the reproduction, modification, distribution, repudiation, display or communication of these trade marks) except by saving or printing out a copy of the materials for personal non-commercial use, unless expressly authorised by ABA Australia or the owner of the relevant trademark in writing.

  5. Insurance

    1. Registration fees do not include insurance of any kind. It is strongly recommended that delegates take out insurance at the time of registration to include any eventuality including but not limited to loss of fees through cancellation of Registrant’s participation in the Conference or through cancellation of the Conference, loss of airfares through cancellation for any reason including airline or related services, strikes, loss or damages to personal property, force majeure or any other reason.

  6. Liability

    1. Delegates attend the Conference at their own risk.

    2. Delegates agree not to hold ABA Australia liable for any losses, damages, expenses, costs, claims or liabilities suffered or incurred by the Delegate including consequential or indirect losses or loss of profit through registering for the Conference, attending the Conference (whether in-person or virtually), cancellation or postponement of the Conference, failure of the Conference to achieve your expectations, or for any error or omission by ABA Australia.\

    3. Delegates agree not to hold ABA Australia liable or responsible for any personal injury (i.e. physical, psychological or emotional stress) or any loss or damage to personal property.

    4. Conference proposals and other Speaker materials express the views of the relevant Speaker(s) or author(s) alone. They do not necessarily represent the views of members of ABA Australia or its committees. Conference materials should not be construed as a legal opinion or professional advice. ABA Australia cannot accept liability for advice given, or views expressed, by any Speaker at the Conference or in any material provided to the delegates.

  7. Privacy

    1. ABA Australia understands that your privacy is important to you and we are committed to complying with the Privacy Act 1988 (Cth) and the Australian Privacy Principles in relation to all Personal and Sensitive Information that we collect from you.

  8. Code of Conduct

    1. We expect all Delegates to abide by the Event Code of Conduct Policy. By registering for the Annual Conference, you acknowledge that you have read and understood the Event  Code of Conduct Policy.

  9. Accommodation Terms and Conditions

    1. The Conference Organiser will not be taking accommodation bookings via the online registration form for the 7th Annual Conference, nor will it be responsible in any way for accommodation bookings.

    2. The Rydges World Square Hotel rate listed on the ABA Australia website is intended as a guide, and rates cannot be guaranteed.

    3. Bookings, cancellations and changes must be made directly by the Delegate with the hotel.

 View Terms and Conditions
for Delegates PDF
 

ABA Australia Conference Terms and Conditions for Speakers

  1. Definitions

    1. The term ‘Annual Conference’, or the ‘Conference’ means the Association of Behaviour Analysis Australia 7th Annual Conference.

    2. The term ‘Conference Organiser’ or the ‘Conference Committee’ refers to ABA Australia volunteer group that manages the 7th Annual Conference logistics, including registration, accommodation and sponsorship bookings, and is the appointed data custodian for all personal data collected by ABA Australia for the purposes of promoting the 7th Annual Conference.

    3. The terms ‘Participant’, ‘Attendee’, ‘Delegate’ or ‘Registrant’ refer to any person who registers and/or attends or is invited to attend the Conference – whether in-person or virtually – including but not limited to Speakers, Sponsors, Vendors, Media Representatives and Contractors.

    4. The term ‘Speaker’ or ‘Presenter’ refers to any presenter or co-presenter, session chair, panellist or co-panellist, session moderator, session discussant, session facilitator or moderator who is participating at a conference session, whether in-person or virtually.

    5. The term ‘Primary Contact’ or ‘Submitter’, in the context of the program or Call for Papers refers to the person who submits a new proposal.

    6. The term ‘Sponsor’ includes any person, firm, company or corporation and its employees and agents identified in the booking form or other written request for a sponsorship item.

  2. Submitting a proposal

    1. All persons who submit a proposal (‘Primary Contacts’) agree to receive consent from their co-Speakers to submit their personal details such as name, organisation and contact details via the online submission form.

    2. Primary Contacts agree to ensure that all their co-Speakers are aware of the ABA Australia Terms and Conditions, including the applicable Speaker registration fees, should their proposal be accepted into the program.

    3. Primary Contacts agree to be the main point of contact in the pre-planning of the Conference program if their proposal is accepted and inform all Speakers of any communications and information regarding the conference.

    4. Primary Contacts agree to advise the conference committee in writing at events@auaba.com.au of any changes as soon as they are known.

  3. Withdrawing a proposal or a session

    1. Withdrawals need to be communicated in writing to the conference committee at events@auaba.com.au by the person who originally submitted the proposal (‘Primary Contact’). In doing so, ABA Australia assumes that all other co-Speakers have been informed of the withdrawal. 

    2. Once a proposal is withdrawn, it will not be reinstated.

  4. Speaker registration

    1. The acceptance of a speaking proposal does not include registration or any costs associated with attendance at the Conference (such as travel and accommodation), or any other costs associated with the preparation or delivery of the presentation.

    2. All Speakers agree to pay the conference registration fee at ‘flash sale’ rate.

    3. All Speakers agree to register for the Conference by 15 June 2022 and are subject to the Registration Terms and Conditions listed above.

    4. All Speakers agree to attend the Conference in-person, unless they are unable to attend physically due to travel restrictions, border closures, or other reasons beyond their control, or unless approved by the Conference Committee.

    5. Speakers may be asked to pre-record their presentation in case they are unable to attend physically due to travel restrictions, border closures, or other reasons beyond their control.

    6. All Speakers agree to be available to present on any of the main two days of the Conference.

    7. If none of the Speakers of an accepted proposal have registered by 15 June 2022, the session may be completely withdrawn from the program at the discretion of the Committee.

  5. Non-commercial policy

    1. All persons who make a submission (‘Primary Contacts’) and all Speakers understand and agree that the 7th Annual Conference is a forum for learning and networking and as such is non-commercial. Under no circumstances should a programmed session be used for direct promotion of a presenter’s product, service or other self-interest.

  6. Conference proceedings

    1. PowerPoint presentations and videos will be collected for the purposes of running an on demand session, if required.

    2. Presentations (Powerpoint), handouts or any other media files related to the Speakers’ presentation will not be made publicly available on the website after the Conference. Speakers should encourage delegates to contact them personally to share presentation information. 

  7. Intellectual property use

    1. Intellectual Property Rights: ABA Australia agrees that the Intellectual Property Rights in the material presented by the Speaker at the 7th annual conference in conjunction with the Conference presentation (including slides, handouts and other such aids) are owned by the Speaker, and nothing in this agreement transfers or confers any Intellectual Property Rights in the material to ABA Australia.

    2. Warranties: The Speaker warrants to ABA Australia that all material provided by the Speaker for the Conference is (i) wholly original to the Speaker, (ii) not subject to any actual or threatened litigation or claims, and (iii) not in violation of the Intellectual Property Rights, privacy rights, common law rights, statutory rights or other rights of any other person(s).

    3. Recording of the presentation: The Speaker authorises ABA Australia to record, duplicate and distribute photographic and/or audiovisual files of the presentation to Conference Delegates and any other persons in the course of the 7th Annual Conference business. 

    4. Video and photography during the Conference: Sessions will be photographed, filmed and/or webcasted (on-demand) at the Conference for publication on the Conference website, social media channels and/or other online or to use to promote future conferences.

  8. Cancellation or postponement or other change of Conference by ABA Australia

    1. In the event of cancellation or postponement of the Conference, or a change in the manner in which the Conference is held or attended by the Speaker (e.g. in-person to virtual), due to circumstances beyond the reasonable control including but not limited to, acts of terrorism, war, acts of God, natural disaster or global health crises (including government restrictions on travel or gatherings), ABA Australia cannot be held responsible for any cost, damage or expense which may be incurred by Speakers as a consequence of such cancellation, postponement or change.

    2. In the event of cancellation or postponement of the Conference, or a change in the manner in which the Conference is held or attended by the Speaker (e.g. in-person to virtual), by ABA Australia, the maximum liability of ABA Australia is limited to a refund of the Speaker registration fee with no additional liability for travel costs, hotel costs, or any other costs or expenses whatsoever.

  9. Insurance

    1. Speaker registration fees do not include insurance of any kind.  It is strongly recommended that Speakers take out insurance at the time of booking to include any eventuality including but not limited to loss of fees through cancellation of the organisation’s participation in the Conference or through cancellation of the Conference, loss of airfares through cancellation for any reason including airline or related services, strikes, loss or damages to personal property, force majeure or any other reason.

  10. Liability

    1. Speakers attend the Conference at their own risk.

    2. Speakers agree not to hold ABA Australia liable for any losses, damages, expenses, costs, claims or liabilities suffered or incurred by Speakers, or their employees, representatives, agents, contractors or registered staff, including consequential or indirect losses or loss of profit through registering for the Conference, attending the Conference (whether in person or virtually), cancellation or postponement of the Conference, failure of the Conference to achieve your expectations, or for any error or omission by ABA Australia.

    3. Speakers agree not to hold ABA Australia liable or responsible for any personal injury (i.e. physical, psychological or emotional stress) or any loss or damage to personal property.

  11. Privacy

    1. ABA Australia understands that your privacy is important to you and we are committed to complying with the Privacy Act and the Australian Privacy Principles in relation to all Personal and Sensitive Information that we collect from you.

  12. Code of Conduct

    1. We expect all Speakers to abide by the Events Code of Conduct Policy. You acknowledge that you have read and understood the Event Code of Conduct Policy.

View Terms and Conditions
for Speakers PDF

ABA Australia Conference Terms and Conditions for Sponsors/Exhibitors

All Sponsors and/or Exhibitors, including organisations that apply to sponsor or exhibit at ABA Australia, must be aware of, and agree with, the ABA Australia Sponsor/Exhibitor Terms and Conditions.

  1. Definitions and Interpretation
    1. The term ‘Annual Conference’, or the ‘Conference’ means the Association of Behaviour Analysis Australia 7th Annual Conference.
    2. The term ‘Conference Organiser’ or the ‘Conference Committee’ refers to ABA Australia volunteer group that manages the 7th Annual Conference logistics, including registration, accommodation and sponsorship bookings, and is the appointed data custodian for all personal data collected by ABA Australia for the purposes of promoting the 7th Annual Conference.
    3. The terms ‘Participant’, ‘Attendee’, ‘Delegate’ or ‘Registrant’ refer to any person who registers and/or attends or is invited to attend the Conference – whether in-person or virtually – including but not limited to Speakers, Sponsors, Vendors, Media Representatives and Contractors.
    4. The term ‘Speaker’ or ‘Presenter’ refers to any presenter or co-presenter, session chair, panellist or co-panellist, session moderator, session discussant, session facilitator or moderator who is participating at a conference session, whether in-person or virtually.
    5. The term ‘Primary Contact’ or ‘Submitter’, in the context of the program or Call for Papers refers to the person who submits a new proposal.
    6. The term ‘Sponsor’ includes any person, firm, company or corporation and its employees and agents identified in the booking form or other written request for a sponsorship item.
  2. Booking
    1. An online application form is required to allocate sponsorship and exhibition booth(s). 
    2. The conference committee will provide you with your booth  locations.
    3. A standard furniture package consisting of two (2) chairs and one (1) trestle table is included in the exhibition booth in the package.
    4. Please note that the acceptance of your sponsorship/exhibition booking is not to be considered an endorsement of products or services that may be displayed.
  3. Payment
    1. All sponsorship packages are available for purchase online. Sponsorship packages must be purchased through the online system https://auaba.com.au/Sponsors-2022. An invoice will be issued for the price of the sponsorship package. 
    2. The full amount and payment is due 14 days from the date of the invoice. After this time, the space or package will be available for sale to another company.
    3. All amounts are payable in Australian dollars. Credit card payments are accepted as bank transfers to ABA Australia. 
    4. The Australian goods and services tax (GST) at 10% is not applicable to any goods and services offered by the Conference. All prices of sponsorship and exhibition packages are tax-free.
  4. Attendee numbers
    1. The Conference Organiser agrees to promote the exhibition to maximise participation but cannot guarantee a minimum number of attendees. Nor can the Conference Organiser make any predictions on how many attendees will register.
  5. Cancellation of the sponsorship or exhibition package by the Sponsor/Exhibitor
    1. In the event of a cancellation by the Sponsor/Exhibitor, the Sponsor/Exhibitor must submit the request in writing to the Conference Organiser.
    2. The Sponsor/Exhibitor will remain liable for 50% of the total package price for cancellations prior to 6 July 2022. Sponsors/Exhibitors who cancel after this date will remain liable for 100% of the total package price. If you buy a package with tickets and you cancel your package then you forfeit the complementary tickets that come with the package. Any additional tickets bought at a discounted price are subject to our delegate ticket cancellation policy. 
    3. In the event a Sponsor (or for corporate Sponsors, the Sponsor’s representative) cannot travel to the conference due to government restrictions on travel as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, or because they have contracted COVID shortly before travelling to the conference registrations can be transferred to another representative if requested in writing.  Refunds will not be offered as the sponsorship entitlements are still able to be delivered without attendance by the Sponsor.
  6. Change of the in-person Conference to a virtual-only Conference by ABA Australia
    1. In the event the in-person conference cannot go ahead due government restrictions on travel or gatherings, the conference will be delivered fully online via the virtual platform.
    2. In this instance, the Conference Organiser will offer Sponsors and Exhibitors a partial refund of parts of the package which cannot be transferred to virtual delivery.
  7. Cancellation or postponement or change in Sponsor/Exhibitor packages by ABA Australia
    1. In the event of cancellation or postponement of the conference, or changes in the Sponsor/Exhibitor package as a result of the conference being held virtually rather than in-person, due to circumstances beyond the reasonable control of ABA Australia including but not limited to, acts of terrorism, war, acts of God, natural disaster or global health crises (including government restrictions on travel or gatherings), ABA Australia cannot be held responsible for any cost, damage or expense which may be incurred by Sponsors/Exhibitors as a consequence of such cancellation, postponement or change.
    2. In the event of cancellation or postponement of the conference, or changes in the Sponsor/Exhibitor package as a result of the conference being held virtually rather than in-person, by ABA Australia, the maximum liability of ABA Australia is limited to a refund of the exhibition or sponsorship fee with no additional liability for travel costs, hotel costs, or any other costs or expenses whatsoever.
    3. In the event of postponement of the conference, if the Sponsor/Exhibitor is willing to commit to exhibiting/sponsoring at the rescheduled event, we will guarantee the same exhibition/sponsorship items and entitlements at the rescheduled event.
  8. Insurance
    1. The purchasing of a sponsorship or exhibition package does not include insurance of any kind. It is strongly recommended that Sponsors/Exhibitors take out insurance at the time of booking to include any eventuality including but not limited to loss of fees through cancellation of the organisation’s participation in the Conference or through cancellation of the Conference, loss of airfares through cancellation for any reason including airline or related services, strikes, loss or damages to personal property, force majeure, or any other reason.
  9. Liability
    1. Sponsors/Exhibitors attend the conference at their own risk.
    2. Sponsors/Exhibitors agree not to hold ABA Australia liable for any losses, damages, expenses, costs, claims or liabilities suffered or incurred by Sponsors or Exhibitors, or their employees, representatives, agents, contractors or registered staff, including consequential or indirect losses or loss of profit through registering for the Conference, attending the Conference (whether in person or virtually), cancellation or postponement of the Conference, failure of the Conference to achieve your expectations, or for any error or omission by ABA Australia.
    3. Sponsors/Exhibitors agree not to hold ABA Australia liable or responsible for any personal injury (i.e. physical, psychological or emotional stress) or any loss or damage to personal property.
    4. ABA Australia cannot be made liable and make no guarantee of the number of visitors to the exhibition. Equally, ABA Australia will not be accountable for the level of commercial activity generated.
  10. Additional events and subleasing
    1. Sponsors/Exhibitors are not permitted to assign, sublet or apportion the whole or any part of their package or booked space unless prior consent in writing from the Conference Organiser is provided.
    2. Sponsors/Exhibitors must seek approval from the Organiser to host an event or activity that fully or partly overlaps with the official ABA Australia program of sessions, exhibition hours or inclusive social events. Approval to host the event will not be unreasonably withheld.
  11. Exhibition
    1. The Conference Organiser reserves the right in unforeseen circumstances to amend or alter the exact site of the location of the stand and the Exhibitor undertakes to agree to any alteration to the site or the space reallocated by the Conference Organiser.
    2. The Conference Organiser reserves the right to change the exhibition floor layout if necessary.
    3. The Conference Organiser reserves the right to refuse any person including Exhibitors’ staff, representatives, visitors, contractors and/or agents entry to the exhibition if they do not hold a Conference name badge.
    4. The Conference Organiser will specify conditions relating to the movement of goods and displays before, during and after the exhibition.
    5. The Conference Organiser will arrange security onsite during the period of the exhibition but will accept no liability for loss or damage.
    6. The Conference Organiser will not be liable and make no guarantee of the number of visitors to the exhibition. Equally, the Conference Organiser will not be accountable for the level of commercial activity generated.
    7. The Exhibitor must comply with all the directions/requests issued by the Conference Organiser.
    8. The Exhibitor will not display an exhibit in such a manner as to obstruct or affect neighbouring Exhibitors. This includes blocking or projecting light, impeding or projecting into aisles or neighbouring exhibition spaces.
    9. Freight Forwarder: The Exhibitor acknowledges that the Conference Organiser will not be able to provide assistance in tracking lost deliveries. The Exhibitor agrees that the Conference Organiser will not be liable for any goods rejected by the venue, lost or damaged prior to the delivery date specified.
    10. Discounts for any entitlements not used or not required will not be provided.
  12. Branding and advertising
    1. Sponsors/Exhibitors/Advertisers will submit all artwork, branded materials and videos for advertising, either purchased or forming part of their package entitlements, to the Conference Organiser no later than 31/5/2022. Failing to do so may result in items being withdrawn.
    2. Placement of Sponsor logo on branded items is at the discretion of the Conference Organiser (if applicable).
    3. Placement of Sponsor advertisements on the Conference website, virtual platform or app is at the discretion of the Conference Organiser (if applicable).
  13. Sponsor/Exhibitor registration
    1. Sponsors/Exhibitors are subject to the Registration Terms and Conditions listed above.
  14. Privacy
    1. ABA Australia understands that your privacy is important to you, and we are committed to complying with the Privacy Act and the Australian Privacy Principles in relation to all personal and sensitive Information that we collect from you.
    2. In order to assist with your participation, your organisation and contact details may be shared with suppliers and contractors and be included in participant lists. If you object to your details being shared, please inform the Conference Organiser in writing.
    3. Attendee lists and Attendee contact details will not be shared with any Sponsors or Exhibitors. 
  15. Code of Conduct
    1. We expect all Sponsors and Exhibitors to abide by the Events Code of Conduct Policy. By booking a sponsorship package or exhibition booth, you acknowledge that you have read and understood the Events Code of Conduct Policy.
View Terms and Conditions
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