RULES AND REGULATIONSI. ORGANIZER The MARKETING CHALLENGERS 2011 is organized by RMIT Vietnam Business Cluband sponsored by Toyota Motor Vietnam Corporation. The winner will be chosen by an expertjury including RMIT Vietnam Lecturer, Representative from the sponsor and industry marketers.II. AGENDA OF THE COMPETITIONThe Competition 1 Registration From June 6 www.marketingchallengers.com 2 Information Session July 5 Melbourne Theatre, RMIT VietnamRound 1 3 Marketing Quiz July 11 – July 17 www.marketingchallengers.com 4 Proposal July 18 – August 7 email@example.comMarketing Tour 5 Registration July 22 – July 24 www.marketingchallengers.com 6 The Tour July 28 or 29 Toyota Motor Vietnam CorporationRound 2 7 Top 5 Round 1 Announcement August 13 www.marketingchallengers.com 8 Final Round (Presentation) August 19 Melbourne Theatre, RMIT VietnamIII. PARTICIPATION & REGISTRATIONParticipants Participants in the MARKETING CHALLENGERS 2011 must be undergraduate students. Participants must not participate in the 2010 edition of MARKETING CHALLENGERS 2011 (which is Marketing Competition 2010) finalists or winners. Post-graduate students or MBA students or higher degree cannot enroll in the MARKETING CHALLENGERS 2011.Participation Team The participation will take place in teams, who will settle for a minimum of three and a maximum of five. Members of the team can come from different universities. Each team shall appoint one member as "responsible" to receive and send any information regarding the contest generates. Participation team can ask one lecturer in team’s university for official advisor. The name and contact of this advisor must be submitted to the MARKETING CHALLENGERS 2011 together with the proposal.Registration Registration must be done online through www.marketingchallengers.com from June 6, 2011. All the information must be provided in details and accurately.
V. DESCRIPTION OF PRIZE Champion: 10,000,000 VND First Runner-up: 5,000,000 VND Second Runner-up: 3,000,000 VND Consolidations: 500,000 VND Certificates from the organizer (RMIT Vietnam Business Club, Marketing Challengers 2011 and Toyota Motor Vietnam Corporation)VI. CONDITIONS OF THE AWARDS If for any reason outside the organization had not planned availability of prizes, the Organization reserves the right to substitute others of equal or higher cost. All taxes and fees related to award of this competition is responsibility of the winnersVII. IMAGE RIGHTS The contestants authorize the MARKETING CHALLENGERS 2011 to reproduce and useyour name and other data, and its image in any related activity, without such use remuneration rightconferred or any benefit with the exception of the awards obtained.VIII. LIMITATION OF LIABILITY In addition to the already established on the limitation of liability, the MARKETINGCHALLENGERS 2011 is not responsible for: By the use of the prize that the winners can do. By the late winner in the withdrawal of the prize according to the instructions provided by the organization.IX. OTHER CONSIDERATIONS The help of lecturers (advisors) or people outside the group must be limited to general information. If the organization deems excessive aid will consider the expulsion of the team. Team members are not allowed to contact journalists/media without the express permission of the organization. Otherwise, the organization will consider the expulsion of the team. Teams registered for whatever reason cannot continue in competition, they should email to firstname.lastname@example.org 24 hours prior to any deadline of the competition (including quiz, marketing tour, proposal or final)X. CODE OF CONDUCT The MARKETING CHALLENGERS 2011 is very proud of the quality of its competitors, institutions, organizations and other community members involved in the event. To make the competition an enjoyable experience for everyone, organizers require that competitor’s adhere to a set of guidelines known as the Code of Conduct. The purpose of this code is to clarify expectations and identify actions that are regarded as violations and thus assist the competitors in the understanding of the consequences of their actions. These standards apply to all the competitors:
Competitors are expected to abide by the rules and bases of the competition and accept the decisions it takes according to the organizing committee. Competitors are expected to show respect for other participants (face‐phase), staff, volunteers and other members of the organization, displaying the necessary decorum at an event in this category. Violations will be considered abusive or profane language, or try to cheat, signs of bad character or disrespect to other competitors (for attendance phases), staff, volunteers and other members of the organization and any other behavior deemed detrimental influences the best interests of the competition. The use of mobile phones, pagers (for people), radios or other means of communication with the outside are prohibited in the face of the competition stages. Participants must agree to the disposal in any stage of the competition, with dignity.XI. VIOLATIONS OF THE CODE OF CONDUCT, RULES AND / OR RULES OF THE COMPETITION If any violation occurs during the event, the participant must comply immediately with thecode, rules and /or bases of the competition. This must be done without delay and the code must bemaintained thereafter.XII. PENALTIES The first offense may warrant a warning or disqualification, the second will result inimmediate disqualification of the participant.XIII. DISCIPLINARY ACTIONS The Project Manager of the competition will be the final authority in disciplinary matters ordisqualification. Its decisions are final in all cases.