Terms and Conditions for Camunda Classroom Trainings

1. Scope

These General Terms and Conditions of Camunda Services GmbH (hereinafter referred to as “Camunda”) apply exclusively to companies as defined in §§ 14, 310 para 1 BGB (German Civil Code).

2. Subject matter

Camunda provides classroom trainings or seminars (hereinafter referred to as “Seminars”), as set forth on camunda.com. The time, location and content of these Seminars can be found in the respective current Seminar description on camunda.com. These Seminars are held on site or remotely and are led by knowledgeable and experienced industry professionals selected by Camunda.

3. Intellectual Property Ownership

The Seminar and all Seminar materials (e.g. handouts, exercises, case studies etc.) are copyrighted by Camunda´s, and Camunda retains all intellectual property rights therein. Customer has no rights to record, reproduce the Seminar and Seminar materials or distribute them to any third party, for any purpose, without the written consent of Camunda. Subject to the foregoing, registrants may retain copies of the Seminar materials for their personal use.

4. Registration and Confirmation

Registration takes place online at www.camunda.com. The registration is binding and will be confirmed by Camunda via email. Upon receipt of the registration confirmation, the contract for participation in the seminar is deemed concluded. If you do not receive the registration confirmation or if it is delayed, the contract is considered concluded if we do not declare our rejection within a period of 14 days. Registrations will be considered in the order of receipt up to the maximum number of participants. The maximum number of participants can be found in the descriptions. Depending on the topic, the maximum number of participants is between 8 and 15.

5. Cancellation by participant

Customer may cancel any registration for Seminars that are provided remotely for any reason by providing written notice to Camunda (info@camunda) where such notice is received by Camunda not less than 7 days before the start of the booked Seminar. Customer may cancel any registration for any other Seminars for any reason by providing written notice to Camunda (info@camunda) where such notice is received by Camunda not less than 30 days before the start of the booked Seminar. In such case, the Customer is not obliged to pay the respective Seminar fee; if the payment has already been made by the Customer, Camunda will refund it. In all other cases of cancellation, Camunda will charge Customer the full Seminar fee. The Customer is permitted to provide a substitute participant.

6. Cancellation by Camunda

Camunda reserves the right to cancel Seminars with less than 4 participants or change the dates of Seminars if necessary. Camunda reserves the right to cancel or change the date of such Seminars, that are provided remotely, for any reason with at least 7 calendar days’ notice before the date of any cancelled or postponed Seminar. In all other cases, Camunda will provide Customer with at least 21 calendar days’ notice before the date of any cancelled Seminar.

If a Seminar is cancelled due to force majeure, illness of the trainer or other circumstances for which Camunda is not responsible, Camunda sole liability will be to offer the Customer an alternative date for such Seminar. If no agreement is reached on an alternative date, the Customer is free to withdraw its registration for the cancelled Seminar by providing prompt written notice to Camunda, and if the Seminar fee has already been paid, Camunda will refund it. In no event Camunda can be held liable to reimburse travel or accommodation costs or other consequential damages of a change of Seminar dates.

7. Fees; Payment Terms; Expenses; Training Materials

The Customer agrees to pay Camunda the respective Seminar fees. The amount of these fees will be displayed during the booking process. The Seminar fees can be paid either directly via the online platform or via invoice. The Seminar fees are due at the latest upon receipt of the invoice by the Customer and are to be paid within 30 days by bank transfer to the account of Camunda. The seminar fees are exclusive of VAT. For Seminars held onsite Camunda will provide the training room, all training materials, and a light meal and/or snacks. All other Customer expenses, including in particular all travel and lodging expenses of Customer, shall be the responsibility of Customer.

8. Satisfaction Guarantee

Should a participant discover that the event does not meet his expectations, he can inform the seminar leader within the first seminar day, return the documents and leave the seminar. Camunda will then refund the remuneration already paid.

9. Attendance confirmation and certificates

Camunda issues a certificate of attendance to the client about his/her participation in the event

10. Data Protection

To process Customer’s registration data, Camunda works with the platform Eventbrite. Eventbrite collects and stores personal data. You can review Eventbrite’s privacy policy for more information. Any personal data collected or processed by Camunda is done so pursuant to Camunda’s privacy policy.

11. Jurisdiction and Applicable Law

The legal relations arising from or in connection with the contract are subject to the law of the Federal Republic of Germany. Jurisdiction for disputes arising out of or in connection with the contract is Berlin. If any provision of these terms and conditions be or become wholly or partially invalid or unenforceable, the rest of the contract remains unaffected.

12. Export Regulations

The Customer represents and warrants that Customer or any of its Affiliates (i) is not a Prohibited Entity, or (ii) has not taken and will not take any action, directly or indirectly, that would result in a violation of Sanctions, or that would otherwise cause Camunda or its Affiliates to violate Sanctions.

For purposes of this section, “Sanctions” means to the extent applicable to the Customer, any and all economic or financial sanctions, sectoral sanctions, secondary sanctions, or trade embargoes administered or enforced from time to time by (i) the United States, including those administered by the U.S. Department of the Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control, the U.S. Department of State, or the U.S. Department of Commerce, or through any existing or future Executive Order; (ii) the United Nations Security Council; (iii) the European Union; (iv) the United Kingdom; or (v) any other government authority with jurisdiction over the Customer. “Prohibited Entity” means (i) a person (an entity or an individual) on any list of targets designated pursuant to any Sanctions, (ii) a person, countries, or territories that are the target of any territorial or country-based Sanctions programs, (iii) an entity with its registered offices in Russia, or (iv) a person owned or controlled by any person covered by (i), (ii), or (iii).