These Terms & Conditions relate to Online events (hereafter ‘events’) specifically and are the most recent as of (September 2023), and surpass all previous terms and conditions per se.
These Terms & Conditions are separate and distinct from the professional licence tuition services and in-person CPD speaking events provided by Damien Lynch Economics LTD., (hereafter ‘the company’), and are not related to these Terms &Conditions, relating to online events.
It is reasonably understood by the company that with the purchase and attendance of an event that the attendee has accepted these terms and conditions
• In order for the attendee to participate in an online event with DAMIEN LYNCH ECONOMICS LTD., ((Private Limited Company: Incorporated in the Republic of Ireland (16/04/2021): Company Number 653937)) they must accept these terms and conditions (and any subsequent amendments to them) if they wish to proceed.
Any changes to these Terms & Conditions will be updated and attached to any future event for the prospective attendee to attest, henceforth accept or decline.
Definition of Online events that will be provided by the company.
- An 'online event' is typically a live short course, presentation, speech etc. It is offered by the company to the public at large as well as specified areas due to time zones, locations etc. Organised and delivered by the company.
- Online events have a maximum of 100 attendees in order to provide quality and value.
- Events can be of any length as per ‘the offer’ by the company. But typically two hours in duration.
- Events are economic in nature.
Events are educational and informative and are NOT financial or economic advice or any other sort of advice and MUST NOT be construed otherwise.
- The company shall create and design by its own virtue a detailed event. The event will be marketed to the world at large and also specific time zones and locations via social media, electronic and personal communications.
- The recording of the online event is owned by the company, and may at its discretion be distributed to attendee's afterwards, if there is a demand for it. The objective of supplying the recording is to 'inform, educate and instruct'. If attendees prefer not to be recorded they must 'TURN OFF' their own system/platform on their side as to ensure their image and voice are not transmitted. This requirement is necessary as the company may distribute the recording to attendees.
As stated it is the attendee's own choice regarding live participation in the event by having their conference systems [zoom, Microsoft teams etc.] 'Visual and audio' turned 'on', revealing their physical appearance, their physical motions, their voice and spoken words. It is also the attendee's own choice to remain silent and have the visual and audio capacity of their conference systems turned 'off'.
BUT ATTENDEES MUST BE CLEAR IF THEY DO NOT WANT THEIR PARTICIPATION TO BE RECORDED FOR THE REASONS STATED ABOVE, THEY MUST HAVE THEIR VISUAL AND AUDIO TURNED OFF.
• Payment for attendance at an event is transacted through the ‘Store’ tab on the company’s website. www.damienlyncheconomics.com . Payment is due 5 business days before the event. It may be possible to accept late payments but there is no guarantee of this and is only possible if unfilled places for the event remains. There will be no penalty for a late payment but if the maximum has been reached (20 attendees) the late payer will be given the option of attending the next run of the same event, or a same price but different event, or receive a full rebate less financial services fees. If an incorrect payment has been made (EG: Attendee paid for the wrong event) the company will be fair and make its best efforts to accommodate a satisfactory remedy.
• The online event hereafter (‘the product’).
The PRODUCT is owned and copyrighted to the company. Attendees are paying for their attendance at event but NOT the product. They are paying for their attendance at an event only.
· The online delivery of the event, hereafter the ‘SERVICE’.
Attendees are paying for the ‘service’ which also includes the freedom to use the information afterwards as a copy of the slides and other materials will be emailed to them if they so desire.
• Delivery terms – the company is responsible for sending the webinar ‘links’ to the attendees. Attendees are responsible for ‘logging on’ to the webinar platform employed by the company. (EG: Zoom, Google Meets etc.).
• Pricing terms – Pricing is in EUROs, and is transacted through PayPal.
• VAT – The company enjoys a VAT exemption from Irish Revenue as it fulfils the criteria of “Post-Secondary, Non Tertiary Education” NACE Code: 854200.
• Force Majeure; in the event of a total breakdown in online communications or some other unforeseen circumstance, the company will offer to rerun the event or provide a full rebate.
• If an attendee has a complaint, they are encouraged to contact the director of the company immediately to remedy the situation.
• The relationship between the attendee and the company is ended after the completion of the event. No notice is involved as this is an automatic exercise. A new relationship occurs at the attendance of a new company event.
• The law of the Republic of Ireland governs these terms and conditions.
• Data and privacy details. When transacting with the company your information is considered private and sacrosanct. The company will NEVER sell or pass on your personal information in any circumstances or capacity.
• The company’s website does use necessary cookies.
• The company endeavours to provide the highest quality of events and to respect all who interact with it, and of the accuracy of information provided on its website and in these T&Cs.