Terms and Conditions

1. Registration
Registration is confirmed in writing by the organiser. The registration fee covers attendance at the lectures for the number of days selected, documentation, entrance to the exhibition area, lunch and refreshments. VAT has to be added.

Important note in terms of late payment:
As mentioned in the registration form all payments must be received within the due date given in the invoice. If you assume that your company is not able to manage payment in-time by bank transfer, please provide your credit card details in order to guarantee your booking. This helps to avoid any inconvenience upon your arrival at the event. At that time the full amount of the payment must be received in our accounts at latest.

2. Cancellations
Cancellations of a registration by a delegate has to be received in writing at least 30 days prior to the event and will be subject to a service charge of 200 EUR / USD. Substitutions are acceptable at any time. Where cancellations are received later, the registration fee remains payable in its entirety. In case the Exchange Summit has to be cancelled by the organiser payments already received will be credited for the following year's Exchange Summit.

3. Copyright
All material (documents, photos etc.) issued in connection with the events are copyrighted. Duplications and otherwise use must be authorised in writing by Vereon AG. You may use personal cameras and video cameras for private use only. Professional photography and recording equipment are not permitted. With your attendance you consent to being photographed, filmed and recorded. Unless otherwise agreed with the organiser, you consent to the use of images and recordings of you for broadcast, publication and licensing without compensation or acknowledgement.

4. Liability
It may be necessary for reasons beyond the control of the organiser to alter the content or the timing of the programme or to cancel the event. The organiser of the Exchange Summit is not liable to pay any compensation or damages resulting from alteration, cancellation or postponement of the event. The organiser will do the upmost to inform the delegates of such modifications as early as possible, but is especially not liable if higher force or unforeseen incidences are affecting the meaningful implementation of the Exchange Summit. Force majeure includes: armed conflicts, civil strife, terrorist threats, natural disasters, political constraints, significant influence of transport, etc.

5. Data Protection
The organiser gathers and processes data in accordance with data protection laws. Your data is stored electronically for the purpose of future updates of our services. If you wish your data to be amended, removed or not passed to an external organisation, please write to

6. Final Clauses
The contract is subject to the Swiss law. Area of jurisdiction is Kreuzlingen (Switzerland).