TERMS AND CONDITIONS
Awards Sponsors, Nominations and Entries
1. The Equestrian Business Awards (the ‘Awards’) are open to businesses with a registered office or main place of business in the UK (the ‘Business’ or ‘you’).
2. By entering the Awards you are accepting these terms and conditions.
3. If you have any questions about entry requirements please fill out the contact form found here.
4. Businesses may enter the Awards in multiple categories.
5. Entries can be submitted to the Awards between 5th January and 1st April 2021. Entries received outside of those dates will not be considered. The Equestrian Business Awards reserves the right to extend or change the closing date.
6. All entries must be electronic and submitted via the website.
7. By submitting an entry, you give The Equestrian Business Awards permission for it to be published in all social media and websites and that of our Media Partners', as well as for display purposes in relation to the awards.
8. You retain the copyright to your entry as its author but you grant The Equestrian Business Awards the right to use your name and location for the sole purpose of identifying you as the author of the Entry.
9. You agree that your entry is your own work and does not contain any content you do not have permission to use.
10. The Equestrian Business Awards reserve the right to withdraw a nomination, sponsorship, finalist position or an award from any sponsor or applicant supplying false information within their entry or who behaves in a way that brings The Equestrian Business Awards and their associates into disrepute or contravenes their ethos. Judges reserve the right to audit any information supplied.
11. By submitting an entry, you agree to The Equestrian Business Awards contacting you via email or telephone for purposes connected with your entry. You also agree to the Equestrian Business Awards contacting you regarding other Equestrian Business Awards news, or information, unless you have opted out of receiving such contact. The Equestrian Business Awards will not pass on these contact details to any third parties.
12. After the closing date, entries will be shortlisted for the judging panel to choose between.
13. You agree that your nomination information and finalist application will be shared with judges for judging purposes. All information will be treated confidentially.
14. Finalists must not disclose or announce their position as a finalist until The Equestrian Business Awards has made the official announcement on Social Media and website. Finalists will be notified of when this is.
15. Entry to the award places no obligation on the company that the nominator will receive an award.
16. Winners will be notified during the awards ceremony.
17. The winners will be required to take part in publicity activity around the Awards.
18. The judge’s decisions are final and no correspondence will be entered in to.
19. Entries which are lost, delayed or incomplete will be ineligible.
Awards Night including Ticketing and Purchasing
For the purposes of these rules, you are referred to as the ‘Client’ and The Equestrian Awards Ltd as the ‘Company.’
1. All bookings MUST be paid for in full before the date of the relevant awards dinner. Any Client/s who have not settled their bill in full will be turned away.
2. Money back guarantee if requested within 7 days of booking, less the credit card fees. (approx 3%), if paid by card.
3. No bookings can be refunded within 14 days of the Awards ceremony.
4. If the client does not attend the awards ceremony after entering the awards or does not attend after booking a place at the awards, they may still win, but they must pay for their trophy.
5. In the event that the event cannot be held for any reason at the specified venue or date, the company reserves the right to cancel or postpone the event or move it to a different venue. The company will notify the client of any changes.
6. Should any member of the client’s party behave in a manner that is unacceptable to the company at the awards presentations, they shall be asked to leave the event. In this case the client will be liable to the company for full payment of any expenses incurred.
7. In such case the client may also be liable for any damages or compensation for damages caused under the circumstances.
8. The company will not be liable for any loss or damage to the property of the client. In the case of loss or damage to property, it should be reported to the venue holders or the company at the time of discovery.