Terms and Conditions (GTC)
General terms and conditions of business
of “Personal Growth GmbH”, Tölzer Str. 5, 82031 Grünwald, registered under HRB 249422 of the Munich District Court (Commercial Register), email: firstname.lastname@example.org
“Personal Growth GmbH” - hereinafter referred to as “organizer” - offers various training programs for women in management positions and those who would like to get into management positions, in accordance with what they offer on the website “www.femalepowerretreats.com” - but also individually tailored , hereinafter referred to as “seminar”. The seminars primarily serve the personal and professional development of the participants.
Part of every seminar booked via the website or otherwise between the organizer and the participant or, in the case of group bookings, also the booker responsible for the group or the cost bearer represented by him or her, for example companies, especially employers, are the local ones General Terms and Conditions. The participants and/or the bookers responsible for a group can find out the exact scope of services of the seminar booked from this website and, in addition or in replacement of any individual service description from the organizer. The participants take part in the seminars at their own risk and are fully liable for any damage they culpably cause.
The participants and/or the person making the booking will be informed about changes to these terms and conditions at least in text form by the organizer. The changes are considered approved if the participant or the person responsible for booking does not object at least in text form. The objection must be sent to the organizer within two weeks of the announcement of the changes. It is the responsibility of the participant or the person making the booking to provide proof that the objection was sent in a timely manner.
1. Conclusion of contract
A contract with the organizer is concluded by sending a registration by email or the completed and signed declaration of participation by post, by fax, by email or by verbal agreement with an employee of Personal Growth GmbH.
After receipt of the declaration of participation, each participant or the person responsible for booking a group will receive a letter of confirmation or rejection. A rejection can occur in particular for reasons of capacity, as the number of participants in the respective seminar is limited, but also for reasons relating to the participant.
The declaration of participation is binding and can only be declared invalid in consultation with the organizer.
In the case of a group event - a responsible person registers a group of participants - the organizer concludes the contract with the person responsible for booking the participants on behalf of the cost bearer he or she represents and for the group. This booking is also binding. In this case, the person responsible for booking is entitled to exchange individual participants, unless there is an important reason on the part of the organizer that exceptionally prevents the exchange. The person making the booking undertakes to bring these General Terms and Conditions to the attention of the participants for whom they have booked immediately after conclusion of the contract.
The organizer reserves the right to cancel the event (withdrawal) after exhausting all possibilities up to one week before the start of the event if this is not reasonable because the number of bookings for this event is so low that the costs incurred by the organizer in relation to this Event would mean exceeding the economic sacrifice limit. However, the organizer only has the option of withdrawing if he or she can prove the circumstances leading to the withdrawal and has made a comparable replacement offer to the participant or the person responsible for booking. If the replacement offer is accepted, any participation fee paid up to that point will be offset against the participation fee for the replacement offer; Otherwise, any participation fee already paid must be refunded immediately by the organizer.
2. Contract duration
The contract begins and ends at the agreed times.
The remuneration for the event is based on the current price quoted by the organizer at the time the contract is concluded.
The participant or the person responsible for booking a group can pay the fee by bank transfer or by direct debit.
A deposit of 20% of the total price is due upon conclusion of the contract. The remaining amount is due for payment no later than four weeks before the planned start of the seminar.
3. Scope of services
The scope of services depends on the seminar descriptions on this website and supplements or replaces an individual service description from the organizer. Individual service descriptions from the organizer supplement the service description on the website if the participant or the person responsible for booking a group books services in addition to the offer on the website. In the case of a completely individual booking, the individual service description replaces the offer description on the website.
If individual services are not used by a participant as part of a seminar, the organizer reserves the right to still charge the entire participation fee, as these are overall calculations.
4. Exclusion of a participant
A participant can be excluded from (further) participation in a seminar for behavioral reasons. Such behavior-related reasons usually exist if the participant's behavior causes lasting disruption to the seminar or significantly violates good morals and/or the sense of decency of others, despite a prior warning, which can be issued verbally, in writing or in text form participants violated. The participants undertake not to be under the influence of alcohol or other narcotics while taking part in the seminar, which can impair their ability to react and their physical well-being. If a participant is excluded from the seminar, the organizer reserves the right to charge the participation fee without deductions. The participant reserves the right to provide evidence of a lower expenditure.
5. Cancellation by the participant or the person responsible for booking
Cancellation is only effective if done in writing or in text form before the start of the seminar. It must be made by the participant or, in the case of a group booking, by the person responsible for booking.
Cancellation up to eight weeks before the start of the seminar is free of charge.
In the event of a cancellation between less than eight weeks and more than four weeks before the start of the seminar, the organizer reserves the right to claim 50% of the seminar fee (gross). In the event of cancellation four weeks before the start of the seminar, the organizer reserves the right to claim 90% of the seminar fee (gross). If a participant does not appear at the seminar without first canceling, the organizer reserves the right to claim the full seminar fee (gross).
Cancellation is also free of charge if a replacement participant is registered up to two weeks before the start of the seminar, in whose person there is no reason for exclusion, see Section IV. The registration of a replacement participant after the start of the seminar is excluded.
The participant or the person making the booking is at liberty to provide proof that no costs or significantly lower costs were incurred in connection with the cancellation or no-show than the previously agreed - if necessary pro rata - remuneration.
6. Obligation of confidentiality
Before, during and after a seminar, the organizer undertakes to provide information about all personal facts and information as well as trade and business secrets of the participant or the responsible person making the booking, which may be disclosed to him in connection with participation in the seminar and/or as part of the conclusion of the contract . have become known during its implementation to maintain secrecy.
The organizer is not liable for the passing on of such information by seminar participants.
The organizer is liable in cases of intent or gross negligence in accordance with the statutory provisions. Liability for any guarantees given occurs regardless of fault. The organizer is liable for slight negligence exclusively in accordance with the provisions of the Product Liability Act, due to injury to life, body or health or due to the violation of essential contractual obligations. Compensation for damages for merely slightly negligent violations of essential contractual obligations is limited to the foreseeable damage typical for the contract, unless liability is due to injury to life, body or health. The organizer is liable to the same extent for the negligence of vicarious agents and representatives.
The above regulation extends to compensation for damages in addition to the performance and the claim for compensation for wasted expenses, regardless of the legal basis, including liability due to defects, delay or impossibility.
8. Final provisions/place of jurisdiction
If a provision of the contract is or becomes ineffective, incomplete or unenforceable, the validity of the contract remains unaffected. Instead of the invalid, incomplete or unenforceable regulation, the parties undertake to reach an agreement that comes closest to the actual or presumed will of the parties, taking into account the legal regulations.
To the extent permitted by law, the parties agree that Munich/Germany shall be the place of jurisdiction for all disputes arising from or in connection with this contract or its existence.
9. Arbitration Proceedings
The organizer does not take part in arbitration proceedings.
10. Priority of the individual agreement
Individual agreements between the parties take precedence over the local general terms and conditions.