WSN Terms of Use

Terms of Use

We (in this contract "us" and "we" mean Workplace Speaker Network (WSN) Inc, its principals, directors, employees, agents, affiliates, subsidiaries and other related entities) are pleased to provide the Workplace Speaker Network Service ("the Service") on www.workplacespeakernetwork.com ("the Website") to you. YOUR ACCESS TO THIS WEBSITE IS SUBJECT TO LEGALLY BINDING TERMS AND CONDITIONS. PLEASE READ ALL OF THE FOLLOWING TERMS AND CONDITIONS CAREFULLY BEFORE PROCEEDING. ACCESSING THIS WEBSITE BY CLICKING THE “I ACCEPT” BUTTON, BELOW, IS THE EQUIVALENT OF YOUR SIGNATURE ON A NEGOTIATED AGREEMENT AND INDICATES YOUR ACCEPTANCE OF THESE TERMS AND CONDITIONS AND THAT YOU INTEND TO BE LEGALLY BOUND BY THEM. IF YOU DO NOT AGREE WITH THESE TERMS AND CONDITIONS, PLEASE DO NOT USE THE WEBSITE. Unless otherwise indicated, this agreement applies to both Speakers and Workplace Members.

1. Our Service

1.1. To Speakers we provide a social platform website www.workplacespeakernetwork.com ("the Website") where you can register a profile for your speaker services and through the website and related activities, market your speaker services to organizations. We may from time to time in our discretion provide additional services that may give exposure of your services to organizations. These additional services are entirely in our discretion and we are not obligated to provide these.

1.2. To Workplace Members we provide the Website where you can access the speaker profiles and contact information. We will also from time to time provide the opportunity to you to screen speakers through speed talk luncheons so that you can decide which speakers are appropriate for your business needs, as well as networking opportunities through our private social groups.

1.3. We will always try to provide a smooth and uninterrupted service to you, but there may be circumstances out of our control that may interfere with this, for example server failure or down time. If this occurs, we will try our best to correct it as soon as possible, but you may not hold us liable for any damages as a result of such events.

2. Your Content and Intellectual Property (applies to Speakers only)

2.1. You are responsible for all the content and maintenance of your profile. We may from time to time provide design or consulting services if you request it, but those services will be at an additional charge to be determined based on the extent of the work. This section applies to all initial and future content of your profile on the Website, but also all your other actions on and related to the Website.

2.2. We may review the content of your profile, but we have no duty to do so. It is your responsibility to ensure (and you guarantee to us that) that the information you post on your profile, including images, hyperlinks, streams or videos, are correct, complete, portray the Website and our Service in a positive image, not offensive, untrue, vulgar, obscene, discriminatory, misleading, illegal or otherwise of such a nature to elicit negative responses, litigation or other adverse actions.

2.3. You covenant to us that all content on your profile will be in compliance with all copyright, trademark and other intellectual property rights and laws, meaning that you either own copyright, trademark or other intellectual property rights thereto or you have obtained the right to use the content from the owner. You further covenant to us that you do not infringe on any contract, contractual rights or any rights in law of any other person or entity. This includes that you are not breaching any confidentiality, non-competition, non-solicitation or non-circumvention provisions through any of your activities on the Website.

2.4. We always retain the right to remove any part of your content, or your entire profile, if any of these terms are breached.

2.5. It is your and not our responsibility to police the content of your profile. We are not responsible for any infringement or unauthorized use of your content or any part thereof by virtue of it being on the Website, and it is up to you to monitor it.

2.6. You hereby grant to us a non-exclusive, worldwide, royalty free license in perpetuity to use any information to post on the Website in our promotions, publications or other marketing material.

3. Payment

3.1. For providing the hosting service, speakers will pay a once off registration fee. You will also pay a monthly fee in advance. Workplace members will pay an annual subscription/membership fee. This fee may change in the future and we will give you at least thirty (30) days' advance notice of the change. Unless you unsubscribe, you will be deemed to have agreed to the new fee. All payments are in Canadian Dollars. We will not provide refunds for any reason.

3.2. Payments are made through credit card or Paypal and the attached form is your consent to us obtaining the payment automatically and or on a monthly basis from you whereby applicable. For speaker members, if payment is not made by the first of the month, we have the right to immediately cease all services, remove your profile or membership from the Website without notice and without further recourse by you.

3.3. Although we do not anticipate the need to take any action for moneys owed, if we have to for any reason under this contract, you agree to pay all our cost of such action and enforcement on a full indemnity basis, including legal costs on a solicitor own client scale.

4. Your Other Responsibilities

4.1. You access and use the sight at your own risk and responsibility. You will not hold us liable for any losses, costs, damages, penalties or actions suffered as a result of your use of the Website or our Service. You will further indemnify and hold us harmless against any losses, costs, damages, penalties or actions we may suffer from you or any third party because of your actions in the use of the Website or our Service.

4.2. You will comply with all laws that apply to you and your service. This includes any law, legislation, rule, regulation or decree from any level of government, authority or regulatory body that has jurisdiction over you and your actions. By its nature, the internet transcends borders and other jurisdictions may have control over you.

4.3. You will not use the Website to initiate or send unsolicited messages, spam or any other form of communication that may be invasive or offensive to our clients. This includes sending blanket or individual messages to solicit, promote or sell products or services other than your usual speaker services. If a client contacts you, you will reply to the communication swiftly and in all your dealings with the client, maintain the utmost professionalism and courtesy.

4.4. When participating in discussion groups through the Website, you will adhere to the usual conventions of polite online discussion. This will include to be respectful and courteous, not to shout in capital letters, not to annoy fellow participants, not to send unsolicited messages, use the discussion forums only for topics that are relevant and related to the intended services on the Website and not to engage in argument. We may monitor your conduct online and may disallow you discussion privileges if these principles are breached. We may also make and change rules for discussion forums from time to time.

4.5. Whenever you participate on the Website, whether on your profile page or in discussion forums, you will use your real identity and not use any other username, pseudonym or otherwise.

5. General

5.1. Whole agreement: This document, together with any schedules, is the entire agreement between us and nothing communicated between us outside of this will have any legal force, unless reduced to writing as a separate contract. If any part of this contract is held or deemed to be invalid, the rest of the contract will remain in force as if the invalid part was not written. The doctrine of contra preferentem is specifically excluded.

5.2. Termination: Either of us may terminate this contract by giving the other at least thirty (30) days' written notice. You may also terminate the agreement by not paying your monthly subscription or renewing your annual subscription. Speakers will not receive a refund for the registration fees. Workplace members will not receive a refund for their annual prepaid memberships. We retain the right to immediately terminate the contract if you breach any of the terms herein, including a violation of the terms relating to the content of your profile and conduct towards our clients.

5.3. Jurisdiction: Regardless of where you live or work, this contract and the relationship it creates are governed by the Laws of the Province of Alberta, Canada. You specifically agree to the exclusive jurisdiction of the Courts of Alberta, Calgary, in all matters relating hereto.

5.4. Dispute Resolution: We will both employ the utmost good faith in all our dealings with each other. In the case of a dispute, we will attempt to negotiate a settlement. If that is unsuccessful, we will use binding arbitration in Calgary, Alberta, to resolve the dispute. Despite the election of arbitration and the provisions of the Arbitration Act (Alberta) , if the amount we have to litigate for is within the jurisdiction of the Alberta small Claims Court, we may choose to litigate in the Small Claims Court, Calgary, and you agree to that court's jurisdiction.

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