These general terms and conditions (hereafter referred to as ‘T&Cs’) apply to the electronic ordering of all forms of tickets for JSCamp event. The JSCamp is a conference by HACKCOLAB SLU, C/General Álvarez de Castro,10,2-1, 08003 Barcelona (hereafter JSCamp). JSCamp has appointed Team Tito Limited , Unit 2, 64 Dame Street, Dublin 2 , Ireland (ti.to) as service provider for the management of invitations and tickets for JSCamp. Team Tito Limited enables the registration for, and payment of, tickets for JSCamp Barcelona. By ordering tickets for JSCamp, the customer accepts these T&Cs. Any conditions of the customer deviating from these T&Cs have no validity.
Completion of contract and content
The customer selects an offer to complete a contract, in that he or she chooses one or more tickets on the input screen and clicks on the ‚Continue’ button. The attendance fee includes the conference costs of JSCamp for the programme as selected by the customer. JSCamp reserves the right to change speakers and topics. The contract regarding the sale of ticket(s) becomes binding when a confirmation email from JSCamp is sent to the email address given by the customer as part of the order. The email contains a confirmation and an attached pdf file for printing out the tickets and the invoice. The tickets purchased are for your own personal use or that of your business only and may not be re-sold or transferred for commercial gain under any circumstances.In case of re-sale or attempted re-sale of any tickets, we reserve the right to cancel the relevant tickets with immediate effect. Payments should be made in advance and in EUR only, using a credit card, debit card or by wire transfer.
Entry to JSCamp
To gain entry to JSCamp events, on the day of the event the customer must present the ticket sent by email, printed out in an easily legible form. In exchange for the ticket the customer will receive a badge enabling entry to the JSCamp event which he or she booked. In the case of lost badges, no claims for a refund of the attendance fee or for a replacement ticket will be entertained. The reproduction of tickets is not permitted. The customer is obliged to hold on to tickets in such a way as to prevent any misuse. The customer will be held responsible for misuse of the tickets. All tickets are nominal. Ticket holders might be asked to show an official document to be identified at any moment during the Event.
Your registration is immediately binding and non-refundable. You are responsible for your own travel and accommodation arrangements.
Transfer your Ticket
If you have purchased a ticket but cannot attend the conference, you have the option of transferring your ticket to another person. To transfer yours, you may send to the new attendee the link you receive from ti.to after the purchase: the new attendee can then change all the relevant ticket data. Important: Tickets are only valid for the signed up ticket holder and can't be given to someone else during the event.
Event Cancellation and Speaker Changes
The event organizer reserves the right to cancel the event due to low registrations or due to unforeseen circumstances, such as: major weather conditions, war, terrorism, country boarders closing and other natural disasters. In such an event, ticket holders will be refunded their ticket price. Other claims against the event organizer are not possible.
Should a speaker cancel for whatever reason, the event organizer reserves the right to find a replacement speaker.
Photo, Video & Audio Recording
For promotional purposes, there may be a professional photographer and video production taking place during the conference.
With your registration you give the conference organizer permission to take photos, videos and audio at the event and permission to use such material for event marketing.
You are welcome to take your own photos, audio and video through the event. Please feel free to share them with us and other attendees via Email, Twitter or Flickr, etc. and use the #JSCamp hashtag.
Full length audio and video recordings of talks are not allowed unless granted explicit permission by the event organizer.
The ‘Axa Auditorium’ is fully accessible to wheelchair users. If you have any requirements you think we should be aware of, please let us know at the point of registering so that we can ensure we meet your needs and have someone on hand to assist you if required. We aim to meet all access requirements but the more notice you give us, the better able we are to assist.
Code of Conduct
Every attendee, sponsor and speaker, by virtue of purchasing a ticket or attending, agrees to comply in full with our conference code of conduct.
Attendee Registration and Admission Policy
JSCamp, in their sole discretion, reserves the right to accept or decline an individual's registration for an event. Further, JSCamp, reserves the right to prohibit entry or to remove any individual whether registered or not, be they attendees, exhibitors, representatives, or vendors, whose conduct is not in keeping with the character and purpose of the event. Without limiting the foregoing, JSCamp reserve the right to remove or refuse entry to anyone who has registered or gained access under false pretenses, provided false information, or for any other reason whatsoever that they deem is cause under the circumstances.