1.1 This valid PUBLIC AGREEMENT (hereinafter referred to as the 'Offer' or 'Agreement') is an official offer of the "Contractor" on the website https://kagroup. info/, to organize participation of legal entities and/or disadvantaged individuals (hereinafter referred to as the Applicant) in business events organized by KA Group, which are aimed at the acquisition of additional knowledge, skills, and abilities in a certain area of activity by the Applicant.
1.2 Acceptance of this Offer shall mean full and unconditional acceptance by the Principal of all terms and conditions without any exceptions and/or limitations and shall be subject to Part 2 of Art. pursuant to part 2 Article 642 of the Civil Code of Ukraine (hereinafter referred to as the CC of Ukraine) to the conclusion by the parties to the bilateral written contract on the terms specified below in this offer.
1.3 This public agreement for business partnership arrangement services (Offer) shall be deemed entered into (accepted) at the moment of filling in by the Principal of the account record at the Contractor's website, and the arrival of the funds to the account of the Contractor.
1.4 The Vendor and the Recipient mutually guarantee the legal and business capacity necessary for the conclusion and performance of this Business Submission Services Agreement. 2. DEFINITION AND TERMS
2.1 For the purpose of this Offer, the following terms shall have the following meaning:
The Offer - a real public contract for the services related to the organization of the business undertaking.
Site - the website HTTPS:// kagroup.info
/ or other online platform used by the Contractor according to the Contract.
Business membership organization services - any services of the Contractor, types, and prices of which are indicated on the Website, for providing limited access of the Principal to the Website in accordance with the terms of the offer for a business membership.
Offer acceptance - full and unconditional acceptance of the offer by means of actions for 100% advance payment for services on organization of participation in business supply. Contractor - KA GROUP LLP or another natural person and/or legal entity, which has the right to provide services to the applicant on the conditions of this offer.
A tenderer is an individual who has accepted the Offer on the terms and conditions set out therein. Business Subsidiary Services Agreement (hereinafter referred to as the Agreement) - an agreement between the Principal and the Contractor for the provision of business subsidy services, which is concluded as the Acceptance of this Offer. 3. CONTRACT SUBJECT
3.1 The subject of this Offer is the provision of services to the Subcontractor in organizing business meetings by the Contractor in accordance with the terms of this Offer for a fee to be paid by the Subcontractor to the Contractor.
3.2 The date of the business meeting - depends on the name and theme shown on the website.
3.3 The cost of each type of service for the organization of participation in the business meeting is set on the website of the Contractor. This service contract shall be considered concluded at the moment of receipt of funds to the account of the Supplier.
3.4 Payment for this Agreement shall be made in one of the ways indicated to the Recipient by pressing the "Pay" button.
3.5 Participation in the business trial is confirmed by the Applicant completing the appropriate application for participation and making the payment by one of the means indicated on the Site. The Application Sheet for participation in the Business Event will be sent to the Applicant by sending it to the email address of the Applicant specified when filling in the application form.
3.6 If within two working days the Deputy has not received the Application Sheet for participation in the business opportunity for this or other reasons, he/she should contact the Support Service of the Contractor at: firstname.lastname@example.org
3.6 A valid offer shall be deemed to be a contract for the provision of services. The acceptance shall be carried out without signing the certificate. 4. REGISTRATION OF THE APPLICANT ON THE WEBSITE
4.1 The provision of business participation services to the Principal is possible on the condition that the Principal has created a corresponding registration record on the Website. The accounting record must contain the name, surname, email address, and telephone number of the Substitute.
4.2 The Deputy is responsible for the confidentiality of the password. If the Deputy establishes that he/she has unauthorized access to his/her account, he/she is obliged to notify the Support Service at the address: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as possible. 5. OBLIGATIONS OF THE PARTIES
5.1 The Contractor is obliged to:
Provide services for organizing business participation, in accordance with this contract, in a good manner and in the terms set out in the Offer.
5.2 The Contractor shall be entitled to:
Independently select personnel for the execution of works;
Independently and in his/her own name, make arrangements with other legal entities and individuals for execution of works, in accordance with the contract.
5.3 The Subcontractor is obliged to:
Pay for the services provided in accordance with the offer. The Deputy "has the right to:
Control and evaluate the quality of services provided by the Contractor;
Right offer may be terminated at the initiative of one party at the request of the other party at least 5 (five) days before the date of the business meeting and return the funds paid. At the same time, in the event of termination of the Business Opportunity at the initiative of the Contractor, the Contractor shall return to the Beneficiary the amount of the advance payment paid by the Beneficiary for the services. In the event of termination of the Opportunity from the Applicant's initiative, the Recipient shall refund the amount of money paid by the Recipient at a 15% arrangement fee of the price of the services listed on the website https://kagroup.info/
, upon registration of the Participant. 6. INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS
6.1 The content of the Website and the Goings is an intellectual property of the Company or in its possession on the basis of a duly executed authorization of third parties and is subject to protection in accordance with the Legislation. Distribution by the Subscriber in any manner whatsoever of information received at the Gateway for commercial purposes without obtaining the Company's express consent for such actions shall be prohibited.
6.2 Giving the Subscriber access to the pages of the Website does not mean that the Subscriber has been granted a license to use the Company's intellectual property. All rights other than those expressly granted to the Principal by this Agreement are reserved by the Company.
6.3 Any software available on the website for downloading is the intellectual property of the Company and/or its partners. The use of the Software Application shall be governed by the terms and conditions of the license agreement and shall be given to the Customer to accept its terms and conditions when such software is made available.
If the license agreement for the use of the Software Application is not granted to the Subscriber, The Company shall grant to the Subscriber the right to use the Software for the Access exclusively for the Subscriber's personal non-commercial use, in which case the fee for the use of such Software for the Access shall be included in the cost of participation in the Access. All rights to the Software of the Entry, including copyright and other rights to such software are reserved by the Company and/or the manufacturer of the Software of the Entry. 7. RIGHTS AND OBLIGATIONS OF THE COMPANY
7.1 The Company shall be entitled to:
7.1.1 - carry out modifications to any software used on the Website, suspend the operation of the Website when significant faults, defects, or failures are detected, or in order to support and prevent unauthorized access to the Website.
7.1.2 - use the Client's personal information provided by the Client in any way which is not contrary to law.
7.1.3 - consult the Recipient at the time of registration/confirmation/payment of the Entry Fee, including self-referral to the Recipient at the e-mail address or telephone number provided by the Recipient upon registration on the Website.
7.1.4 - amend the terms and conditions of this offer unilaterally at any time, without prior notification of the Purchaser, by publishing the changes on the Website, not later than 3 business days from the date of its acceptance/introduction. The Company recommends that Customers regularly check the terms of this Offer for modifications and/or additions. Continued use of the Website by the Client after the Company has made modifications and/or additions to the Offer shall mean the unconditional and full acceptance and acceptance by the Client of such modifications and additions.
7.1.5 - assign or otherwise transfer its rights and obligations arising from its relationship with the Principal to third parties on condition of compliance with the rights and interests of the Principal provided by the Law.
7.2 Should the Client violate the terms of this offer, the Company reserves the right to block the Client's account, or otherwise restrict access to the website with or without notification by email or via a dedicated page.
7.3 The Company shall inform the Recipient of the status of the Application and of the fact that the successful payment of the cost of participation in the Entry has been made. The fact that the Recipient has been informed is the fact of sending an electronic sheet to the email address provided by the Recipient when registering on the Website, which contains the relevant confirming information.
7.4 The Company will not be obliged to make any updates and/or improvements and/or any other changes to the Website. The Company reserves the right to terminate or suspend the operation of the Website at any time for any reason whatsoever in order to determine the options and limitations for the use of the Website and to introduce and modify the use of the Website.
7. 5 The Company is responsible for the storage and processing of the Customer's personal data, ensuring the confidentiality of this data during its processing in accordance with the terms and conditions of this Agreement, Policy of confidentiality and protection of personal data of the Company in accordance with the provisions of Section 7 of this Agreement, as well as in accordance with the law.
7.6 The Company shall not be liable for disclosure of information provided by the Client on the pages of the Website in a publicly available form. 8. RESPONSIBILITY OF THE PARTIES
8.1 The Contractor and the Deputy, taking into account the nature of the service provided, are obliged, in the event of disputes and disagreements arising in connection with the provision of the service of organizing business participation, to apply the court procedure for the settlement of the dispute. If the dispute cannot be settled in court, the parties shall have the right to apply to the Ukrainian court.
8.2 The parties shall be liable in accordance with the laws of Ukraine for failure to perform or improper performance of the obligations under this Offer. 9. FORCE MAJOR
9.1 The obligations of the parties under this Offer shall be deemed to be null and void in the event of circumstances beyond the control of the parties. Non-violent circumstances (force majeure) are external and extraordinary events: war or military action, insurgency, mobilization, epidemics, fire, disasters, road accidents and natural disasters, their consequences, decisions of central and local authorities or local self-governing bodies, indirectly affect the terms of the agreement and significantly undermine the status of the Company, as well as other events deemed by the competent authorities to be noncompetitionable.
9.2 The Party, for which impossibility to fulfill the obligations under this Offer has occurred, is obliged to notify in writing the other Party about the occurrence or termination of the above-mentioned conditions without delay, not later than 3 days from the moment of their occurrence. Failure to notify the other Party promptly of the unacceptable circumstances shall deprive the Party concerned of the right to refer to them in the future.
9.3 If force majeure or its consequences continue for more than six months, the Parties shall negotiate as soon as possible with a view to finding acceptable alternatives for both Parties to fulfill the terms of this Agreement and to reach written agreements to that effect.
10. OTHER REGULATIONS
10.1 The Buyer guarantees that all the terms and conditions of the offer are understandable to him and he accepts them unconditionally and in full, without any conditions, excuses or cautions.
10.2 Unless otherwise provided by this Agreement, the Parties shall be governed by the norms established by Ukrainian law.
10.3 This Agreement shall be governed by the laws of Ukraine.
10.4 The Parties agree to the processing and storage of personal data, which become known to them in connection with the conclusion of this Agreement, to the extent necessary in accordance with the provisions of the current legislation of Ukraine.