Conditions of Participation: Guide for Talents
DMEA-Conditions of Participation: Guide for Talents
The Guide for Talents („Guide“) is intended to provide young professionals, graduates, students and pupils interested in a career in healthcare and healthcare IT with an overview of employers in the industry. In addition to a brief general presentation of the companies, the Guide is also intended to highlight the advantages that the respective companies offer to all interested parties.
1. Registration on the platform, validity of these conditions of participation, your contribution
1.1. As a company wishing to present itself to the target group, you must register in advance on the DMEA registration platform (hereinafter "Platform") with bvitg Services GmbH (hereinafter "bsg"). By registering on the platform, you agree to these terms and conditions of participation.
1.2. Your entry consists of the following information, which is mandatory or optional (as indicated):
- Company name (in the form "Title")
- Company logo (JPG, PNG)
- Headquarters of the company
- Other locations (optional)
- Overview of entry options
- Description of your company/institution (max. 280 characters)
- Description of what makes you attractive as an employer (max. 390 characters)
- Description of what benefits you offer to set you apart from other employers (max. 280 characters)
1.3. Your data will remain stored on the platform even after the Guide has been published. The bsg will use this data for future uides, for example, if you wish to be listed in the Guide again next year. The bsg will remind you of this if necessary (see § 7 of these conditions of participation). If you do not wish your data to be stored in this way, you can request that your data or your entire platform user account be deleted by sending an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. This will have no effect on the transfer of your data. This does not affect the transfer of rights of use with regard to entries that have already been published, which is irrevocable (see § 6 of these Terms of Participation).
1.4. You are responsible that your entry does not violate any rights of third parties (e.g. copyrights).
2. Publication of the Guide
The Guide will be published as a digital version and can be viewed and downloaded from the DMEA website.
One standard entry per company is free of charge. It is also possible to add a half-page ad (A5, landscape) to the company entry for a fee. Please contact Julia Grille (email@example.com) for further information.
4. Procedure and Approval
4.1. The bsg is planning the following time schedule, which is binding for companies wishing to present themselves in the Guide:
- Submission period: January 16 to February 16, 2023
- Release loop: March 13 to March 17, 2023
- Publication: until April 11, 2023
4.2. Your entry is final at the end of the submission period and cannot be changed thereafter. The release loop is only used to check and make minor changes, such as spelling errors or pixelated logos. Further changes can be refused by bsg at its own discretion or the payment of an appropriate fee can be demanded.
5. Refusal and Changes
As far as the bsg classifies entries as unsuitable for the Guide, it can reject entries without giving reasons and exclude them from publication. If a company has paid a fee for its entry (see § 3), the bsg will inform about this immediately and refund the fee if the entry is not published.
6. Rights of Use
6.1. You grant bsg all rights necessary for the performance of this contract. This includes in particular the right to publish the entry in the Guide.
6.2. The granting of rights is irrevocable, unlimited in time and place, and transferable, and includes in particular the right to reproduce, distribute, and make publicly available the entry in the Guide.
6.3. The bsg will respect your personal rights when using the Guide.
8. Use of Third Parties
The bsg may, at its own discretion, employ third parties and transfer to them the rights necessary for the fulfillment of its tasks. The bsg shall remain solely responsible to you for such third parties.
9. Data Protection
Please refer to the separate Data Protection information.
10.1. With regard to your entry, you shall indemnify the bsg, bvitg e. V. and Messe Berlin GmbH against all claims by third parties based on an infringement of copyrights or other third-party rights for which you are responsible.
10.2. The bsg shall be liable without limitation for intentional or grossly negligent conduct and always in the event of culpable injury to life, limb or health, in cases of fraudulent intent, in the event of the assumption of a guarantee or in the event of claims under the Product Liability Act.
10.3. In the event of simple negligence, bsg shall only be liable for the breach of cardinal obligations. A cardinal obligation is an obligation the fulfillment of which makes the proper execution of the contract possible in the first place and on the fulfillment of which the other party may rely. In the event of negligent breach of a cardinal obligation, the liability of bsg shall be limited to compensation for foreseeable and typical damage.
11. Jurisdiction and Place of Performance, applicable Law
11.1. As far as legally permissible, the place of performance and jurisdiction shall be Berlin.
11.2. German law shall apply to the exclusion of the conflict of laws and the UN Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods.
12. Final Provisions
12.1. Should individual clauses of these General Terms and Conditions of Contract be invalid in whole or in part, or should the contract contain a loophole, the validity of the remaining contractual clauses or parts of these clauses shall remain unaffected. The relevant statutory provisions shall take the place of the ineffective or missing provisions.
12.2. Amendments to these Terms and Conditions of Participation (including this written form clause) must be made in writing.