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Venue Contracts Workshop
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 Export to Your Calendar 21/02/2020
When: Friday, February 21, 2020
9:00 AM
Where: London
United Kingdom
Contact: Ellie Moore
03452305508


Online registration is available until: 17/02/2020
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Contracts terms and conditions, written or verbal agreements, fixed in stone or negotiable terms.

Following on from the session Nick will be pleased to offer you the opportunity to review your contract and terms and conditions and offer individual advice.


Content to include:

- What is a contract and why are they required
- Contracts v terms & conditions – whats the difference
- Essentials of a meetings venue contract
- Terms & conditions – legal aspects
- Including liabilities, payment terms, obligations & rights
- Remedies for breach of Contract
- MIA CODE
- Cancellation charges – MIA model terms and liquidated damages
- Force Majeure
- Best Practice – contracts and terms & conditions
- Dichotomy of needs
- Examples of terms and conditions from the industry
- Service Level Guarantees

 

 

Who Should Attend

 

Within conference and meetings venues, anyone responsible for drafting and for issuing contracts and terms and conditions to event organisers, including the policy makers and frontline conference office management. Within the agency sector, anyone who deals with conference bookings and needs to understand what their clients are being asked to agree. Within the client side, anyone who books conferences and events and needs to know the implications of signing on the dotted line.

 

 

About the Speaker

 

Nick Milne who delivers venue contracts workshops for mia, HBAA and CAT Publications will deliver a full day workshop covering best practice in event contracting, including the mia’s CODE and Model terms & conditions.

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