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Exhibition Rules & Regulations

Exhibition Organiser

The Organiser is the World Society of Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus (WSPOS). The Exhibitor is the company that completes and submits the online application for Exhibition space. All communications regarding the Exhibition and Exhibition space must be channelled through the WSPOS Exhibition Department and orders for Exhibition space will only be accepted on the official online Exhibition registration form.

Tabletop Exhibit Space Costs

The rental per tabletop exhibit is 1,000 EURO, plus 23% VAT if applicable. Rental includes a table and two chairs, a corporate listing on the Virtual Exhibition on the WSPOS website, a listing in the printed Programme and a pro-rata allocation of complimentary Exhibitor access badges.

Terms of Payment

• Full payment for the tabletop package is due by 30 June 2017
• In the event that full payment has not been received by 30 June 2017, the Organiser reserves the right to re-allocate space and apply the cancellation policy.

Cancellation/Refund Policy

Notification of cancellation of booth space must be submitted to the WSPOS Exhibition Department in writing and will only be deemed accepted once written acknowledgement has been confirmed. Upon cancellation of booth space all associated services will be withdrawn, including Exhibitor badges and meeting rooms.

– If notification of cancellation is received after 31 July 2017 a 100% cancellation fee will apply, regardless of whether payment has been received or not.

In the event that outstanding cancellation balances are not submitted within 30 days, these will be charged to the credit card registered to the ERC account. This also applies to all optional extras and Exhibition related services ordered.

Exhibitor Badge

Each registered Exhibitor is entitled to a complimentary allocation of Exhibitor badges which are provided on a pro-rata basis. Ophthalmologists may NOT be registered for Exhibitor badges and doing so will incur booth space allocation penalties for future meetings.

Alterations in the Regulations

The Organiser reserves the right to alter the present regulations with immediate effect in the event that orders from the Authorities or other compelling reasons might make it necessary to do so.

Insurance

All Exhibitors are required to have Public / General Liability insurance with a minimum Limit of Indemnity of 2 Million Euro in order to participate in the Meeting and associated Exhibition. The Exhibitor shall be liable for personal injury and damage to property caused by the Exhibitor, his or her servants or agents, or by his or her equipment and activities. All Risks cover against damage and theft to the Exhibitors own property, and also to property rented/leased by the Exhibitor, shall also be arranged by each Exhibitor. Cover shall also be arranged for injury to Exhibitors own employees, where applicable. Exhibitors shall ensure that any subcontractors engaged by them have similar and commercially reasonable insurances in place. It is the responsibility of each Exhibitor to ensure that they have the required insurance policies in place and WSPOS is only responsible for damages arising from the wilful neglect of it’s permanent staff.

Special Arrangements

Special arrangements, if any, between the Organiser and the Exhibitor which are not included in the agreement shall only be binding when accepted in writing by the Organiser.

World Society of Paediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus
Temple House, Temple Road, Blackrock, Co. Dublin, Ireland

Phone:+ 353 1 288 3630
Fax:+353 1 209 1112
Email:wspos@wspos.org

World Society of Paediatric Ophthalmology and Stabismus is a registered Charity with the U.K. Charities Commission (Charity Registration Number ;1144806) (Registered November 2011)

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