OVHcloud Summit Registration Terms and Conditions
Article 1: General provisions
These General Terms and Conditions (hereinafter “the GTCs”) are set up by the organizer, OVH, a simplified joint stock company, having a share capital 10 174 560 euros, its registered office at 2 rue Kellermann in Roubaix (59100), and registered with the RCS of Lille Métropole under number 424 761 419, acting in its own name and in the name and on behalf of its Affiliates (hereinafter “the Organizer”) of the “OVHcloud Summit Event” (hereinafter “the Event”).
The Event takes place in Paris at the Maison de la Mutualité located at 24 Rue Saint-Victor, 75005 Paris, on November 28 2023.
Some of the conferences held during the Event will also be available on the following website : summit.ovhcloud.com (hereinafter the “Website”), accessible to all, free of charge, provided that you have an internet connection.
Article 2: Acceptance of GTCs
Any online registration to the Event by a visitor (hereinafter referred to as “the Visitor”) is subject to the express and unconditional reading and acceptance of these GTCs in force at the time of registration. This acceptance, which is reflected by clicking on the "Submit" button, can only be full and complete. Visitors who do not agree to be bound by the GTCs must not register for the Event. The GTCs are binding on the Visitor who acknowledges, by ticking the box provided for this purpose, having been aware of and having accepted them before confirming his registration.
Article 3: Access to the Event with the badge
A badge gives access to the Event that will take place at the Maison de la Mutualité on November 28, 2023.
The Event will only be accessible to Visitors with a badge.
Each badge is personal and gives the Visitor access to the physical event and in particular access to conferences and workshops, subject to availability.
Access to conferences, workshops and sessions is in principle free, except in cases where access is limited by specific conditions or where access is limited to invited persons. It is the Visitors’ responsibility to check on the Website whether a prior registration is required in order to attend certain workshops, conferences or sessions. Access to session rooms, workshops and sessions will be possible subject to availability.
The titles and schedules of the sessions, workshops or conferences can be changed up until the day of the Event. If the description and schedules of the sessions, workshops or conferences are modified, the Organizer will publish, if necessary, the new description and schedule for each workshop, session or conference that has been modified on the Website.
Article 4: Registration price
Registration is free and gives access to the whole Event with the badge.
Article 5: Visitors’ obligations
5.1 Without prejudice to the other obligations set out herein, Visitors undertake to respect the laws and regulations in force and not to violate third parties’ rights or the public order.
5.2 In the event of a breach of any of the provisions of these GTCs, or more generally, of a violation of the laws and regulations by the Visitor, the Organizer reserves the right to take all appropriate measures and initiate any legal action.
Article 6: Personal data
The data collected via this form is processed by the Organizer as a data controller within the meaning of Regulation (EU) 2016/679. This data processing is necessary for managing your registration, and for monitoring performances during the Event.
This data will be transmitted to subcontractors participating in the organization of the Event, to the Event's Partners and to the Organizer and its subsidiaries. Transfers outside the European Union are subject to appropriate safeguards, including an adequacy decision by the European Commission and technical and organizational measures. In the event of transfer to a country without adequacy decision, standard contractual clauses with the recipient receiving the data are put in place. The Visitor has the right to lodge a complaint with the competent supervisory authority as well as a right of access, rectification, deletion, limitation, portability and opposition for legitimate reasons to personal data concerning him. To exercise this right, the Visitor must exercise their request via firstname.lastname@example.org
or the URL https://www.ovhcloud.com/en-ie... 7: Personality Rights
Visitors are informed and accept that visual and/or audiovisual recordings may be made by the Organizer and/or exhibitors and/or its Partners, and/or written and audiovisual press throughout the duration of the Event and in all spaces open to the public (including exhibition surfaces, conference rooms, Lounges, and outdoor spaces).
By registering, the Visitor authorizes OVHcloud and its Partners to:
(i) make, free of charge, visual or audiovisual recordings in connection with the Event, including but not limited to speeches or participation in conferences;
(ii) broadcast, publish and rebroadcast, free of charge, all videos or photographs including his image, voice or any attribute of his personality, in whole or in part in any form or media.
The aforementioned multimedia productions may, including but not limited to, be disseminated in OVHcloud brochures, newsletters, videos, testimonials, advertisements, trade shows, website and social media.
Visitors will be able to exercise their right to access, rectify and delete their image free of charge in accordance with the conditions set out in the article “Personal data”.
Article 8: Intellectual property
The Event Website, as well as all of the elements that constitute the Event, including graphic, textual and image elements, as well as company names, trademarks and logos, are the exclusive property of the Organizer (hereinafter the “OVHcloud Intellectual Property Elements”).
Any reproduction, dissemination or use of any kind of OVHcloud Intellectual Property Elements without its express authorization is prohibited.
All data present on the Event, in particular, the illustrations and textual data represented are the subject of intellectual property rights and are, depending on the case, the exclusive property of the Organizer and/or a third party having authorized the Organizer to use them exclusively.
Article 9: Health and safety measures concerning the Event
Visitors are required to comply with the Event's safety and sanitary rules.
Any use of radiocommunication equipment is strictly prohibited and must be subject to prior authorization by the Organizer.
In addition, as part of the Vigipirate plan, the security team assigned to host the Event will be responsible for checking the identity and personal belongings of Visitors. Access may be denied to any person who refuses to comply with those security measures.
Specific health protocols may be applied upon entry to and during the Event. Access may be denied to any person refusing to comply with these health measures.
For safety reasons, it is strictly prohibited to introduce weapons, explosive, flammable or volatile substances, bottles, containers, sharp or blunt objects and in general any object likely to serve as a projectile or any dangerous object. Any offender assumes his responsibility and is liable to be prosecuted; in addition, any person who violates this prohibition or likely to cause a disorder in the organization of the Event and/or the security of property and people will be excluded immediately.
Visitors are responsible for their personal belongings (including cameras, computers, handbags, etc.) during their presence at the Event, and the Organizer will not be held liable in the event of loss, theft or damage.
Flash photography and video recording are permitted for private and press purposes only, using hand-held equipment. Tripods and monopods are not allowed in any place of the Event. In special circumstances, an authorization may be granted by the Organizer.
Article 10: Changes to the Event
Visitors are informed and accept that certain changes to the organization of the Event may be decided by the Organizer.
Thus, without this list being limiting, the programs, the speakers, the topics, the format and the schedules of the Event may be modified due to circumstances beyond the control of the Organizer and may give rise to substitutions,
The Organizer will inform the Visitor as soon as possible of any cancelation, postponement or modification by publishing the updated information on the Website.
Article 11: Governing law
These GTCs are governed by French law and in particular by the French Consumer Code. In the event of translation and contradiction with another language, only the French version shall be authentic.
Article 12: Disputes
In the event of a dispute arising, the Visitor must contact the Organizer’s customer support team by email or by post at the following address:
In the absence of an amicable agreement, any dispute or difficulty arising from the interpretation or execution of this Agreement shall be subject to the jurisdiction of the courts of Paris.
Article 13: Contact
Visitors wishing to obtain further information on the Event can contact the Organizer:
Address: OVH, attention of the Event department, 2 rue Kellermann in Roubaix (59100)
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