Terms Of Use

  1. TERMS AND CONDITIONS – Version 2.4  Date 25th August 2016

1.1          The Words or terms that begin with a capital letter have the meanings set out in the Definitions section. The singular shall include the plural and the masculine shall include the feminine and neuter. The headings to the clauses are for ease of reference only and shall not affect the interpretation or construction of the Agreement.

1.2         The use of the Web Site is subject to the terms and conditions as set out herein which shall, upon use of the Web Site by the User, form a binding agreement [‘Agreement’] between the User and the Company.

1.3          The terms of this Agreement may, from time to time, be modified or appended. The User accepts that it is their responsibility to ensure they have read and comply with the latest version.

1.4          The User agrees to indemnify the Company from any claim howsoever arising from the User’s use of the Web Site and in particular where such use contravenes any applicable law or infringement of third party rights.

  1. CONTENT – Content should be relevant to the topic being debated and the overall theme of the Web Site. It should also be lawful, contain no material that breaches third party rights, is or could be considered offensive or give rise to widespread public unrest or disorder.

2.1          The Company does not warrant the accuracy of any Content posted on the Web Site.

2.2          The Company reserves the right to remove, in whole or part and without notice or reason, Content that breaches the terms of this Agreement or which the Company, in its sole discretion, believes to be unsuitable.

2.3          Content, once posted, becomes the intellectual property of the Company and the User gives unconditional right for the Company, without claim to fee or compensation of any kind, to use such Content, in part or whole, as it deems appropriate.  Where  such Content is a trade mark, business or trading name of the User then the Company shall reserve the right to use the Content in so far as such use does not distort the context of the original post.

2.4          Where Content is a paid listing, once published such may not be cancelled, by the User, for refund.

  1. ADVERTISING – Advertisements should be relevant to the overall theme of the Web Site. They should also be lawful, contain no material that breaches a third party right, is or could be considered offensive or give rise to widespread public unrest or disorder.

3.1          All Advertisements shall be subject to prior review and the Company shall endeavour to confirm or deny an Advertisement within 24 hours of receipt.  The Company reserves the right to reject or remove an Advertisement, at any time, without notice or reason.

3.2          Advertisements accepted but then found to be unsuitable shall be removed.  In such circumstances the Company reserves the right to a charge an administration fee of up to 20% of the Advertisement Fee and to deduct such fee from any refund or credit.

3.3          Advertisements, once accepted and/or posted on the Web Site, may not be cancelled, by the Advertiser, for refund.

  1. SUBSCRIPTION

4.1          The Company reserves the right, without notice or reason, to refuse or to cancel a Subscription.  In the case of cancelation the Company reserves the right to charge an administration fee of up to 20% of the Subscription Fee paid and deduct such fee from any refund or credit.

4.2          Once a Subscription has been accepted and a Subscription Fee paid, then it may not be cancelled, by the Subscriber, for refund.

  1. PAYMENTS & REFUNDS

5.1          Payment for Services shall be as per the terms contained herein and at the rates as shown on the Web Site.  Invoices / Credits (refunds) shall be emailed to the address held under the User’s Account.

5.2          Unless stated otherwise in this Agreement or on the Web Site, refunds shall be given at the sole discretion of the Company.

5.3          Where payment is made by direct debit then the Direct Debit Agreement and/or any other document relating to the payment by direct debit shall form part of this Agreement.

  1. PRIVACY

6.1          Subject to any applicable law, as set out in the Laws of England relevant to disclosure of information, the Company agrees to keep confidential and not to disclose the Account details, in part or whole, of any User of the Web Site or Services.  See also Privacy statement on the Web Site.

  1. COMPLAINTS

7.1          Complaints must be made in writing and sent by email to: support@brf.com.  The Company will endeavour to respond to complaints within 24 hours of receipt.

  1. GENERAL TERMS OF AGREEMENT

8.1          The Company’s failure, whether purposeful or otherwise, to exercise its rights under this Agreement shall not be a waiver of its rights to do so at a future time.

8.2          This Agreement constitutes the entire Agreement between the parties relating to the subject matter contained herein  and no statements or representations made by either party or on its behalf and not included or referred to herein shall add to or vary the Agreement or be capable of being relied upon.

8.3          If any provision hereof is held to be illegal, invalid or unenforceable for any reason, this shall not affect the validity or enforceability of any other provision of this Agreement or this Agreement as a whole which shall continue to be of full force and effect.

8.4          FORCE MAJEURE  – The Company shall not be liable to the User for any loss or damage which may be suffered to the User as a direct or indirect result of the Company being delayed, prevented or hindered in the performance of its obligations under this Agreement by reason of any circumstances beyond its reasonable control including (but not limited to) Acts of God, war, riot, strike, lockout, trade dispute or labour disturbance (including any involving the Company’s work force), accident, breakdown of plant or machinery, fire, flood, difficulty or increased expense in obtaining materials or transport or by  any other circumstances whatsoever outside the reasonable control of the Company.

8.5         This Agreement shall be governed by the Laws of England and the parties hereto agree to submit to the exclusive jurisdiction of the English Law Courts.

  1. DEFINITIONS

‘Account’
means the User’s personal information to include, where applicable, payment details.

‘Advertiser’
means the User who is placing an Advertisement and paying the Advertisement Fee.

‘Advertisement’
means text or images promoting products and/or services of the Advertiser.

‘Advertisement Fee’
means the fee charged for placing an Advertisement on the Web Site.

‘Agreement’
means the terms & conditions as set out in this document.

‘Company’
means Red Giant Limited trading as Business Resilience Forum [‘BRF’].  Registered in England & Wales. Reg no 10323316

‘Content’
means text or images, posted on the Web site by the User.

‘Services’
means the services and/or products made available via the Web Site.

‘Subscriber’means an individual, group or company who is a registered user of the Services by way of Subscription.

‘Subscription’
means the Subscriber’s commitment, to the Company, in relation to the Services.

‘Subscription Fee’
means the fee paid by the Subscriber.

‘User’
means an individual, group or company, registered or unregistered and using the Services of or browsing the Web Site.

‘Web Site’
means www.businessresilienceforum.com