Conditions of Participation

A. THE “YOUNG LIONS” COMPETITION

Weischer.Solutions GmbH (hereinafter: Weischer) is organising the so-called “Young Lions” competition in accordance with the following conditions of participation (sections B. and C.). The Young Lions competition is open to young creative professionals in accordance with section B. and offers the respective winning team participation in the “International Young Lions Competition” in Cannes in accordance with the scope described in more detail in section B. below.

Weischer organises the Young Lions competition together with cooperation partners (hereinafter: competition partners).

Unless otherwise specified in the conditions of participation for the respective category in accordance with section B., each team will be given a task at the beginning of the competition. A design proposal must be drawn up and submitted within the specified time. Each task is assigned a competition partner for whose company the work execution is to be developed.

The submitted work execution will be assessed by a jury to determine the winning team. The competition partner for whom the work execution was to be developed provides a member for the jury.

B. THE COMPETITION CATEGORIES

The “Young Lions” competition is organised in a total of six categories, namely (1) PRINT, (2) MEDIA, (3) DIGITAL, (4) FILM, (5) DESIGN and (6) PR. The applicable conditions of participation in each case as well as the requirements for the competition procedure and the respective opportunities to win are set out below in this section B.

The “General Terms and Conditions of Participation” are presented in section C. and apply to participation in the Young Lions competition in each category.

1. YOUNG LIONS PRINT 2024 – CONDITIONS OF PARTICIPATION

GENERAL CONDITIONS OF PARTICIPATION

Only teams consisting of two people can take part. They must be working in Germany and fulfil the following criteria at the time of the competition

Please note that a processing fee of EUR 60.00 plus 19% VAT = EUR 71.40 per team will be charged for participation in the preliminary round.

After uploading your application, you will automatically receive an invoice by e-mail, which you should transfer within the next 14 days.

 

DOCUMENTS TO BE SUBMITTED

The following documents will be requested from each applicant team on the participation platform, which will be submitted to the jury for digital pre-selection:

 

DIGITAL PRE-SELECTION PROCESS

The applications submitted will be assessed by a high-calibre jury. The jury consists of a total of fourteen leading figures from the German-speaking creative industry and, if applicable, representatives of the competition partners. Weischer will head the digital pre-selection as festival representative.

The evaluation will take place via online voting and according to a points system from 1 to 10, with 10 being the highest number of points that can be achieved.

The jury will judge the submitted entries according to the following criteria: Originality, creativity, clarity, vigour, style and enjoyment. The professional achievements of the participants will also be included in the assessment.

The winning decision will be based on the scores achieved in the online voting. On this basis, a total of five winning teams will be determined for each category. If there is a tie for fifth place between two or more teams, the festival representative will determine the winning team.

The five winning teams will be invited to take part in the (national) Young Lions preliminary round in Hamburg.

Please note that any travelling and accommodation costs are to be borne by each team.

 

PROCEDURE OF THE (NATIONAL) YOUNG LIONS PRELIMINARY ROUND IN HAMBURG

The five winning teams (participating teams) receive a briefing (task). This brief must be translated into a communicative solution (design proposal) within 24 hours.

The participating teams then each have five minutes to present their design proposal in a presentation and a further five minutes to answer any questions from the jury.

The jury consists of fifteen members, with one jury member acting as chairman. In the final voting round, each jury member has one vote, which can be allocated to a team of participants. The voting and winning decision are preceded by open discussions. In addition to the creativity and elaboration of the design proposal, the form of the presentation and the team’s appearance are also included in the evaluation. As a result, the winning team is the one that receives the most votes. If there is a tie

between two or more participating teams, it is up to the chairman to decide the winning team from these teams.

The winning team will represent Germany at the International Young Lions Competition, which will take place in Cannes from June 17-21, 2024. Participation in the International Young Lions Competition takes place in the respective category for which the winning team has applied:

 

WINNING PACKAGE YLW

The winning team will participate in the International Young Lions Competition in Cannes for their category and will be invited by Weischer according to the following winner package YLW.

 

The winning package YLW includes:

 

PLEASE NOTE:

Weischer will book and pay for a hotel room (double room with two single beds). The choice of hotel is at the sole discretion of Weischer. There is also no entitlement to a single room. Should a winning team wish to book a second or additional room, they must organize and pay for this themselves. Weischer will not cover these costs.

Flights are to be booked by the winning team themselves. However, Weischer will reimburse the flight costs up to a maximum amount of EUR 300.00 (outward and return flight and per participant). Flight costs will only be reimbursed against proof of the actual costs incurred. Should the actual flight costs exceed the maximum amount of EUR 300.00, these additional costs must be borne by the winning team itself.

If the Young Lions competition is canceled, the winning team is no longer entitled to the flights and the hotel room. There is also no entitlement to compensation.

 

INTERNATIONAL YOUNG LIONS COMPETITION 2024

One team per country is eligible to take part in the 2024 International Young Lions Competition for each category. The winning team selected during the (national) Young Lions preliminary round in Hamburg will take part for Germany.

The organizer of the International Young Lions Competition is: LIONS, Ascential Events (Europe) Limited

Competition organization, procedure, evaluation and possible prizes are determined by the organizer without Weischer having any influence on it. You can find more information at: https://www.canneslions.com/initiatives/competitions.

2. YOUNG LIONS MEDIA 2024 – CONDITIONS OF PARTICIPATION

GENERAL CONDITIONS OF PARTICIPATION

Only teams consisting of two people can take part. They must be working in Germany and fulfill the following criteria at the time of the competition:

Please note that a processing fee of EUR 60.00 plus 19% VAT = EUR 71.40 per team will be charged for participation in the preliminary round.

After uploading your application, you will automatically receive an invoice by e-mail, which you should transfer within the next 14 days.

 

DOCUMENTS TO BE SUBMITTED

The following documents will be requested from each applicant team on the participation platform and submitted to the jury for digital pre-selection:

 

DIGITAL PRE-SELECTION PROCESS

The applications submitted will be evaluated by a high-caliber jury. The jury consists of a total of six leading figures from the German-speaking creative industry and, where applicable, representatives of the competition partners. Weischer will head the digital pre-selection as festival representative.

The evaluation is carried out via online voting and according to a points system from 1 to 10, with 10 being the highest number of points that can be achieved.

The jury judges the submitted entries according to the following criteria: Originality, creativity, clarity, power, style and enjoyment. The professional achievements of the participants will also be included in the assessment.

The winning decision will be based on the scores achieved in the online voting. On this basis, a total of five winning teams will be determined for each category. If there is a tie for fifth place between two or more teams, the festival representative will determine the winning team.

The five winning teams will be invited to take part in the (national) Young Lions preliminary round in Hamburg.

Please note that any travel and accommodation costs are the responsibility of each team.

PROCEDURE OF THE (NATIONAL) YOUNG LIONS PRELIMINARY ROUND IN HAMBURG

The five winning teams (participating teams) receive a briefing (task). This brief must be translated into a communicative solution (design proposal) within 24 hours.

The participating teams then each have five minutes to present their design proposal in a presentation and a further five minutes to answer any questions from the jury.

The jury consists of seven members, with one jury member acting as chairman. In the final voting round, each jury member has one vote, which can be allocated to a team of participants. The vote and winning decision are preceded by open discussions. In addition to the creativity and elaboration of the design proposal, the form of the presentation and the team’s appearance are also included in the evaluation. As a result, the winning team is the one that receives the most votes. If there is a tie between two or more participating teams, it is up to the chairman to decide the winning team from these teams.

The winning team will represent Germany at the International Young Lions Competition, which will take place in Cannes from June 17-21, 2024. Participation in the International Young Lions Competition takes place in the respective category for which the winning team has applied:

 

WINNING PACKAGE YLW

The winning team will participate in the International Young Lions Competition in Cannes for their category and will be invited by Weischer according to the following winner package YLW.

 

The winning package YLW includes:

 

PLEASE NOTE:

Weischer will book and pay for a hotel room (double room with two single beds). The choice of hotel is at the sole discretion of Weischer. There is also no entitlement to a single room. Should a winning team wish to book a second or additional room, they must organize and pay for this themselves. Weischer will not cover these costs.

Flights are to be booked by the winning team themselves. However, Weischer will reimburse the flight costs up to a maximum amount of EUR 300.00 (outward and return flight and per participant). Flight costs will only be reimbursed against proof of the actual costs incurred. Should the actual flight costs exceed the maximum amount of EUR 300.00, these additional costs must be borne by the winning team itself.

If the Young Lions competition is canceled, the winning team is no longer entitled to the flights and the hotel room. There is also no entitlement to compensation.

 

INTERNATIONAL YOUNG LIONS COMPETITION 2024

One team per country is eligible to take part in the 2024 International Young Lions Competition for each category. The winning team selected during the (national) Young Lions preliminary round in Hamburg will take part for Germany.

The organizer of the International Young Lions Competition is: LIONS, Ascential Events (Europe) Limited

Competition organization, procedure, evaluation and possible prizes are determined by the organizer without Weischer having any influence on it. You can find more information at: https://www.canneslions.com/initiatives/competitions.

 

2. YOUNG LIONS DIGITAL 2024 – CONDITIONS OF PARTICIPATION

GENERAL CONDITIONS OF PARTICIPATION

Only teams consisting of two people can take part. They must be working in Germany and fulfill the following criteria at the time of the competition:

Please note that a processing fee of EUR 60.00 plus 19% VAT = EUR 71.40 per team will be charged for participation in the preliminary round.

After uploading your application, you will automatically receive an invoice by e-mail, which you should transfer within the next 14 days.

 

DOCUMENTS TO BE SUBMITTED

The following documents will be requested from each applicant team on the participation platform and submitted to the jury for digital pre-selection:

 

DIGITAL PRE-SELECTION PROCESS

The applications submitted will be evaluated by a high-caliber jury. The jury consists of a total of six leading figures from the German-speaking creative industry and, where applicable, representatives of the competition partners. Weischer will head the digital pre-selection as festival representative.

The evaluation is carried out via online voting and according to a points system from 1 to 10, with 10 being the highest number of points that can be achieved.

The jury judges the submitted entries according to the following criteria: Originality, creativity, clarity, power, style and enjoyment. The professional achievements of the participants will also be included in the assessment.

The winning decision will be based on the scores achieved in the online voting. On this basis, a total of five winning teams will be determined for each category. If there is a tie for fifth place between two or more teams, the festival representative will determine the winning team.

The five winning teams will be invited to take part in the (national) Young Lions preliminary round in Hamburg.

Please note that any travel and accommodation costs are the responsibility of each team.

PROCEDURE OF THE (NATIONAL) YOUNG LIONS PRELIMINARY ROUND IN HAMBURG

The five winning teams (participating teams) receive a briefing (task). This brief must be translated into a communicative solution (design proposal) within 24 hours.

The participating teams then each have five minutes to present their design proposal in a presentation and a further five minutes to answer any questions from the jury.

The jury consists of seven members, with one jury member acting as chairman. In the final voting round, each jury member has one vote, which can be distributed among a team of participants. The vote and the winning decision are preceded by open discussions. In addition to the creativity and elaboration of the design proposal, the form of the presentation and the team’s appearance are also included in the evaluation. As a result, the winning team is the one that receives the most votes. If there is a tie between two or more participating teams, it is up to the chairman to decide the winning team from these teams.

The winning team will represent Germany at the International Young Lions Competition, which will take place in Cannes from June 17-21, 2024. Participation in the International Young Lions Competition takes place in the respective category for which the winning team has applied:

WINNING PACKAGE YLW

The winning team will participate in the International Young Lions Competition in Cannes for their category and will be invited by Weischer according to the following winner package YLW.

 

The winning package YLW includes:

PLEASE NOTE:

Weischer will book and pay for a hotel room (double room with two single beds). The choice of hotel is at the sole discretion of Weischer. There is also no entitlement to a single room. Should a winning team wish to book a second or additional room, they must organize and pay for this themselves. Weischer will not cover these costs.

Flights are to be booked by the winning team themselves. However, Weischer will reimburse the flight costs up to a maximum amount of EUR 300.00 (outward and return flight and per participant). Flight costs will only be reimbursed against proof of the actual costs incurred. Should the actual flight costs exceed the maximum amount of EUR 300.00, these additional costs must be borne by the winning team itself.

If the Young Lions competition is canceled, the winning team is no longer entitled to the flights and the hotel room. There is also no entitlement to compensation.

 

INTERNATIONAL YOUNG LIONS COMPETITION 2024

One team per country is eligible to take part in the 2024 International Young Lions Competition for each category. The winning team selected during the (national) Young Lions preliminary round in Hamburg will take part for Germany.

The organizer of the International Young Lions Competition is: LIONS, Ascential Events (Europe) Limited

Competition organization, procedure, evaluation and possible prizes are determined by the organizer without Weischer having any influence on it. You can find more information at: https://www.canneslions.com/initiatives/competitions.

4. YOUNG LIONS FILM 2024 – CONDITIONS OF PARTICIPATION

GENERAL CONDITIONS OF PARTICIPATION

Only teams consisting of two people can take part. They must be working in Germany and fulfill the following criteria at the time of the competition:

Please note that a processing fee of EUR 60.00 plus 19% VAT = EUR 71.40 per team will be charged for participation in the preliminary round.

After uploading your application, you will automatically receive an invoice by e-mail, which you should transfer within the next 14 days.

 

DOCUMENTS TO BE SUBMITTED

The following documents will be requested from each applicant team on the participation platform and submitted to the jury for digital pre-selection:

 

DIGITAL PRE-SELECTION PROCESS

The applications submitted will be evaluated by a high-caliber jury. The jury consists of a total of fourteen leading figures from the German-speaking creative industry and, where applicable, representatives of the competition partners. Weischer will head the digital pre-selection as festival representative.

The evaluation is carried out via online voting and according to a points system from 1 to 10, with 10 being the highest number of points that can be achieved.

The jury judges the submitted entries according to the following criteria: Originality, creativity, clarity, power, style and enjoyment. The professional achievements of the participants will also be included in the assessment.

The winning decision will be based on the scores achieved in the online voting. On this basis, a total of five winning teams will be determined for each category. If there is a tie for fifth place between two or more teams, the festival representative will determine the winning team.

The five winning teams will be invited to take part in the (national) Young Lions preliminary round in Hamburg.

Please note that any travel and accommodation costs are the responsibility of each team.

 

PROCEDURE OF THE (NATIONAL) YOUNG LIONS PRELIMINARY ROUND IN HAMBURG

The five winning teams (participating teams) receive a briefing (task). This brief must be translated into a communicative solution (design proposal) within 48 hours.

The participating teams then each have five minutes to present their design proposal in a presentation and a further five minutes to answer any questions from the jury.

The jury consists of fifteen members, with one jury member acting as chairman. In the final voting round, each jury member has one vote, which can be allocated to a team of participants. The vote and winning decision are preceded by open discussions. In addition to the creativity and elaboration of the design proposal, the form of the presentation and the team’s appearance are also included in the evaluation. As a result, the winning team is the one that receives the most votes. If there is a tie between two or more participating teams, it is up to the chairman to decide the winning team from these teams.

The winning team will represent Germany at the International Young Lions Competition, which will take place in Cannes from June 17-21, 2024. Participation in the International Young Lions Competition takes place in the respective category for which the winning team has applied:

WINNING PACKAGE YLW

The winning team will participate in the International Young Lions Competition in Cannes for their category and will be invited by Weischer according to the following winner package YLW.

 

The winning package YLW includes:

 

PLEASE NOTE:

Weischer will book and pay for a hotel room (double room with two single beds). The choice of hotel is at the sole discretion of Weischer. There is also no entitlement to a single room. Should a winning team wish to book a second or additional room, they must organize and pay for this themselves. Weischer will not cover these costs.

Flights are to be booked by the winning team themselves. However, Weischer will reimburse the flight costs up to a maximum amount of EUR 300.00 (outward and return flight and per participant). Flight costs will only be reimbursed against proof of the actual costs incurred. Should the actual flight costs exceed the maximum amount of EUR 300.00, these additional costs must be borne by the winning team itself.

If the Young Lions competition is canceled, the winning team is no longer entitled to the flights and the hotel room. There is also no entitlement to compensation.

 

INTERNATIONAL YOUNG LIONS COMPETITION 2024

One team per country is eligible to take part in the 2024 International Young Lions Competition for each category. The winning team selected during the (national) Young Lions preliminary round in Hamburg will take part for Germany.

The organizer of the International Young Lions Competition is: LIONS, Ascential Events (Europe) Limited

Competition organization, procedure, evaluation and possible prizes are determined by the organizer without Weischer having any influence on it. You can find more information at: https://www.canneslions.com/initiatives/competitions.

5. YOUNG LIONS DESIGN2024 – CONDITIONS OF PARTICIPATION

GENERAL CONDITIONS OF PARTICIPATION

Only teams consisting of two people can take part. They must be working in Germany and fulfill the following criteria at the time of the competition:

Please note that a processing fee of EUR 60.00 plus 19% VAT = EUR 71.40 per team will be charged for participation in the preliminary round.

After uploading your application, you will automatically receive an invoice by e-mail, which you should transfer within the next 14 days.

 

DOCUMENTS TO BE SUBMITTED

The following documents will be requested from each applicant team on the participation platform and submitted to the jury for digital pre-selection:

DIGITAL PRE-SELECTION PROCESS

The applications submitted will be evaluated by a high-caliber jury. The jury consists of a total of fourteen leading figures from the German-speaking creative industry and, where applicable, representatives of the competition partners. Weischer will head the digital pre-selection as festival representative.

The evaluation is carried out via online voting and according to a points system from 1 to 10, with 10 being the highest number of points that can be achieved.

The jury judges the submitted entries according to the following criteria: Originality, creativity, clarity, power, style and enjoyment. The professional achievements of the participants will also be included in the assessment.

The winning decision will be based on the scores achieved in the online voting. On this basis, a total of five winning teams will be determined for each category. If there is a tie for fifth place between two or more teams, the festival representative will determine the winning team.

The five winning teams will be invited to take part in the (national) Young Lions preliminary round in Hamburg.

Please note that any travel and accommodation costs are the responsibility of each team.

 

PROCEDURE OF THE (NATIONAL) YOUNG LIONS PRELIMINARY ROUND IN HAMBURG

The five winning teams (participating teams) receive a briefing (task). This brief must be translated into a communicative solution (design proposal) within 24 hours.

The participating teams then each have five minutes to present their design proposal in a presentation and a further five minutes to answer any questions from the jury.

The jury consists of fifteen members, with one jury member acting as chairman. In the final voting round, each jury member has one vote, which can be allocated to a team of participants. The voting and winning decision are preceded by open discussions. In addition to the creativity and elaboration of the design proposal, the form of the presentation and the team’s appearance are also included in the evaluation. As a result, the winning team is the one that receives the most votes. If there is a tie between two or more participating teams, it is up to the chairman to decide the winning team from these teams.

The winning team will represent Germany at the International Young Lions Competition, which will take place in Cannes from June 17-21, 2024. Participation in the International Young Lions Competition takes place in the respective category for which the winning team has applied:

WINNING PACKAGE YLW

The winning team will participate in the International Young Lions Competition in Cannes for their category and will be invited by Weischer according to the following winner package YLW.

The winning package YLW includes:

PLEASE NOTE:

Weischer will book and pay for a hotel room (double room with two single beds). The choice of hotel is at the sole discretion of Weischer. There is also no entitlement to a single room. Should a winning team wish to book a second or additional room, they must organize and pay for this themselves. Weischer will not cover these costs.

Flights are to be booked by the winning team themselves. However, Weischer will reimburse the flight costs up to a maximum amount of EUR 300.00 (outward and return flight and per participant). Flight costs will only be reimbursed against proof of the actual costs incurred. Should the actual flight costs exceed the maximum amount of EUR 300.00, these additional costs must be borne by the winning team itself.

If the Young Lions competition is canceled, the winning team is no longer entitled to the flights and the hotel room. There is also no entitlement to compensation.

 

INTERNATIONAL YOUNG LIONS COMPETITION 2024

One team per country is eligible to take part in the 2024 International Young Lions Competition for each category. The winning team selected during the (national) Young Lions preliminary round in Hamburg will take part for Germany.

The organizer of the International Young Lions Competition is: LIONS, Ascential Events (Europe) Limited

Competition organization, procedure, evaluation and possible prizes are determined by the organizer without Weischer having any influence on it. You can find more information at: https://www.canneslions.com/initiatives/competitions.

2. YOUNG LIONS PR 2024 – CONDITIONS OF PARTICIPATION

GENERAL CONDITIONS OF PARTICIPATION

Only teams consisting of two people can take part. They must be working in Germany and fulfill the following criteria at the time of the competition:

Please note that a processing fee of EUR 60.00 plus 19% VAT = EUR 71.40 per team will be charged for participation in the preliminary round.

After uploading your application, you will automatically receive an invoice by e-mail, which you should transfer within the next 14 days.

 

DOCUMENTS TO BE SUBMITTED

The following documents will be requested from each applicant team on the participation platform and submitted to the jury for digital pre-selection:

 

DIGITAL PRE-SELECTION PROCESS

The applications submitted will be evaluated by a high-caliber jury. The jury consists of a total of seven leading figures from the German-speaking creative industry and, where applicable, representatives of the competition partners. Weischer will head the digital pre-selection as festival representative.

The evaluation is carried out via online voting and according to a points system from 1 to 10, with 10 being the highest number of points that can be achieved.

The jury judges the submitted entries according to the following criteria: Originality, creativity, clarity, power, style and enjoyment. The professional achievements of the participants will also be included in the assessment.

The winning decision will be based on the scores achieved in the online voting. On this basis, a total of five winning teams will be determined for each category. If there is a tie for fifth place between two or more teams, the festival representative will determine the winning team.

The five winning teams will be invited to take part in the (national) Young Lions preliminary round in Hamburg.

Please note that any travel and accommodation costs are the responsibility of each team.

 

PROCEDURE OF THE (NATIONAL) YOUNG LIONS PRELIMINARY ROUND IN HAMBURG

The five winning teams (participating teams) receive a briefing (task). This brief must be translated into a communicative solution (design proposal) within 24 hours.

The participating teams then each have five minutes to present their design proposal in a presentation and a further five minutes to answer any questions from the jury.

The jury consists of eight members, with one jury member acting as chairman. In the final voting round, each jury member has one vote, which can be allocated to a team of participants. The vote and winning decision are preceded by open discussions. In addition to the creativity and elaboration of the design proposal, the form of the presentation and the team’s appearance are also included in the evaluation. As a result, the winning team is the one that receives the most votes. If there is a tie between two or more participating teams, it is up to the chairman to decide the winning team from these teams.

The winning team will represent Germany at the International Young Lions Competition, which will take place in Cannes from June 17-21, 2024. Participation in the International Young Lions Competition takes place in the respective category for which the winning team has applied:

 

WINNING PACKAGE YLW

The winning team will participate in the International Young Lions Competition in Cannes for their category and will be invited by Weischer according to the following winner package YLW.

 

The winning package YLW includes:

PLEASE NOTE:

Weischer will book and pay for a hotel room (double room with two single beds). The choice of hotel is at the sole discretion of Weischer. There is also no entitlement to a single room. Should a winning team wish to book a second or additional room, they must organize and pay for this themselves. Weischer will not cover these costs.

Flights are to be booked by the winning team themselves. However, Weischer will reimburse the flight costs up to a maximum amount of EUR 300.00 (outward and return flight and per participant). Flight costs will only be reimbursed against proof of the actual costs incurred. Should the actual flight costs exceed the maximum amount of EUR 300.00, these additional costs must be borne by the winning team itself.

If the Young Lions competition is canceled, the winning team is no longer entitled to the flights and the hotel room. There is also no entitlement to compensation.

 

INTERNATIONAL YOUNG LIONS COMPETITION 2024

One team per country is eligible to take part in the 2024 International Young Lions Competition for each category. The winning team selected during the (national) Young Lions preliminary round in Hamburg will take part for Germany.

The organizer of the International Young Lions Competition is: LIONS, Ascential Events (Europe) Limited

Competition organization, procedure, evaluation and possible prizes are determined by the organizer without Weischer having any influence on it. You can find more information at: https://www.canneslions.com/initiatives/competitions.

C. GENERAL CONDITIONS OF PARTICIPATION IN THE NATIONAL COMPETITION

 

RESERVATIONS/VIOLATIONS

All participants in the Young Lions competition undertake to submit only those applications and design proposals that comply with the conditions of participation. This also applies to the correct information on the application.

 

The jury reserves the right to exclude applications from the Young Lions competition if they do not comply with the conditions of participation or if the jury is convinced that the work could cause damage to Cannes Lions, Weischer, the competition partners or the Young Lions competition. A reason for exclusion is also given if there are doubts that the submitted design proposal was not created exclusively by the participants, or if there are other legal and in particular competition law concerns. The decision to exclude an application is at the sole discretion of the jury responsible for the respective category.

 

OBLIGATIONS AND LIABILITY OF THE SUBMITTER; CONDITIONS OF PARTICIPATION AND EVALUATION

By submitting the application via the participation platform, the participants confirm that they have read and accepted the conditions of participation.

The jury will make its decision in accordance with the procedure set out in section B. for the respective competition category. The jury’s decision and assessment is final and there is no right of appeal.

The participants assure that they can be reached under the registered contact details at least until April 30, 2024 and undertake to inform Weischer immediately by e-mail of any changes to the contact details.

 

PUBLICATION AND GRANTING OF RIGHTS OF USE

The participants grant Weischer all transferable rights of use and exploitation of the submitted design proposal, in particular all rights of use and exploitation relating to copyright in the submitted design proposal, as well as all rights relating to ancillary copyright, sound and image rights and/or industrial property rights (e.g. designs, brands, other trademarks, etc.). Insofar as a right is not transferable and with regard to the know-how contained in the submitted design proposal, the participants grant Weischer an unlimited right of use in terms of content. The transfer of rights to the submitted design proposal covers all known and future types of use and exploitation and includes in particular the right to reproduce, the right to edit and the right to make available to the public. The granting of rights to the submitted design proposal is non-exclusive, but territorially unlimited and perpetual and includes the right to edit, transfer to third parties and sublicense. The rights of use and exploitation are granted free of charge.

Without being limited to this, Weischer is in particular entitled to publish all submitted design proposals and/or award-winning work on the online media operated by Weischer (in particular: Weischer websites and various social media channels). In this way, the submitted design proposals and/or award-winning works are to be presented to the widest possible audience. The selection of the design proposals/works published in this way is at the sole discretion of Weischer. There is no entitlement to publication.

Without being limited to this, Weischer is also entitled in particular to transfer and/or license the rights of use and exploitation granted to the competition partners so that the respective competition partner can use and exploit the submitted design proposal. This use and exploitation of the submitted design proposal may take place both in unaltered form and in edited form. If the competition partner uses and exploits a submitted design proposal, the participants waive their right to be named as the author. There is no entitlement to use and exploitation by the competition partner.

Participants also agree that Weischer’s competition partners may contact them using the contact details provided.

 

OBLIGATIONS IN COOPERATION WITH THIRD PARTIES AND USE OF THIRD-PARTY MATERIALS

If persons are depicted in the design proposal submitted, the participants are obliged to ensure that the person depicted agrees to the use and/or exploitation in accordance with these conditions of participation. This consent must be obtained in writing and submitted together with the design proposal. The declaration of consent must also be submitted if a participant is depicted themselves.

Insofar as the submitted design proposal makes use of third-party materials and/or copyrighted works, participants are obliged to ensure that the respective rights holder agrees to the use and/or exploitation in accordance with the conditions of participation here and has granted the necessary rights of use and exploitation. This declaration must be obtained in writing and submitted together with the design proposal.

EXEMPTION FROM LIABILITY

The participants guarantee that the design proposals submitted do not infringe any third-party rights. This includes, in particular, that the submitted design proposals do not infringe any personal rights of third parties and, in particular, that any persons depicted agree to their use and/or exploitation in accordance with these conditions of participation, i.e. both in the context of the competition and in the event of use and exploitation by a competition partner.

The participants further guarantee that, in the event of the use of materials and/or copyright works of third parties in the submitted design proposal, they have obtained the consent of the respective rights holders for the use of these components by Weischer and/or the competition partners in accordance with the conditions of participation here and that it is possible for them to effectively grant Weischer and/or the competition partners the aforementioned rights.

The participants indemnify Weischer and/or the competition partners against all third-party claims asserted due to the use of the design proposal submitted by the participant. Weischer in turn is obliged to inform the participants immediately – but at the latest within ten (10) working days – of the assertion of any such claim.

If a design proposal is submitted by several participants, the participants shall be jointly and severally liable.

MISCELLANEOUS

If any present or future provision of these Terms and Conditions or their application is or becomes invalid or unenforceable in whole or in part in any situation or under any circumstances, this shall not affect the validity of the remaining provisions. The invalid or unenforceable provisions shall be replaced by valid and enforceable provisions that come as close as legally possible to the purpose of the invalid and unenforceable provisions.

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