Organizing a Kids Hack Day Event
Terms and conditions
KIDS HACK DAY LICENSE AGREEMENT
1. KHD License definitions
1.1. License: The License starts upon the acceptance of the KHD License Agreement and terminates upon the completion of the Licensee’s (see below) organized Kids Hack Day (“KHD”) event.
1.2. Licensee: The Licensee constitutes the individual or the legal entity represented by the individual in legally binding agreements including the License.
1.3. Transfer of rights: The Licensee may not transfer the License Agreement or any of the rights contained therein to a third party.
2. General terms and conditions
2.1. General terms: The License contains the terms and conditions for the Licensee’s usage of the global KHD brand, owned by the legal entity Kids Hack Day AB. By organising a KHD branded event the licensee agrees to the following: Kids Hack Day AB declines all responsibility for any activities run by the Licensee under the KHD brand. The Licensee bears full responsibility for any damage caused to individuals or property. Any litigation costs occurring due to damage to individuals, property or misuse of brand is borne by the Licensee.
2.2. Use of the brand: The Licensee agrees not to modify the KHD brand in any way, with the exception of adding city and country name as explained in the video guidelines. The Licensee is not allowed to use the KHD brand in any other digital medium, with exception of the Licensee’s local website, local facebook page, local twitter account and on the websites of local partners to the Licensee, conditional upon the local partners being featured on the Licensee’s local partners site. The Licensee must apply the following format when naming its facebook and twitter: “KHDCityname”. For guidelines on graphic material for social media outlets, please refer to the KHD graphical profile.
2.3. Ticketing terms: The Licensee must at all times provide free tickets to participants or their guardians for an officially approved Kids Hack Day event. A free ticket has to give access to the full event and the Licensee is not allowed to add separate charges for activities run during the event day. The Licensee is however allowed to offer voluntary payments such as donations as an added feature to the free tickets, as well as reserved tickets to paying partners as long as these tickets are sold through the Kids Hack Day Confetti Event Platform and does not exceed 50% of the total amount of tickets offered. If the Licensee wishes to make such partner- or voluntary-payment-tickets publicly available on his/her official Kids Hack Day Event Page, the Licensee must also always offer Free Tickets. As other sources of funding the Licensee should aim to get another party, such as a company, foundation, science center or school, to pay for all other costs related to the event. The Licensee is allowed to use a different platform than Confetti for ticketing only if all event tickets are free-of-charge and the Licensee has got prior consent from Kids Hack Day AB.
2.4. Event accessibility: All KHD branded events must be public events with a public event registration page so that anyone has the chance to attend. If the Licensee wishes to host a private event exclusive for people in the Licensee’s network, the event will not be listed on the Kids Hack Day website and permission must be granted first by Kids Hack Day AB.