Terms and conditions

Part A – Our relationship with you

Who we are

The Diverse Business Summit (defined as “we”, “us” and “our” throughout), an event operating under The People’s Partner with company registration number 08901169

 and  whose registered office is at Radclyffe House 66-68 Hagley Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham, England, B16 8PF


What we do

The Diverse Business Summit is an event bringing together diverse businesses and corporates (“Service”).


Structure of terms

The agreement is between us and the person who completes the relevant online registration form (“you” or “your”). Your agreement with us consists of:



PART C (ATTENDEE TERMS), which contains terms specific to attendees attending a event (“Attendee”, “you”, “your”); and

PART D (EXHIBITOR TERMS), which contains terms specific to exhibitors attending an event (“Exhibitor”, “you”, “your”), (collectively, the “Terms”).

We are committed to protecting your personal information. These Terms include and incorporate by reference our privacy policy, which explains the types of information collected, stored, shared and processed in connection with the relevant event, how and why we use such information, who we share it with and your legal rights.

Your agreement with us

You should read this document carefully. These Terms govern your online registration, attendance at and/or participation at our event. By registering for the event, you agree that you have read and accepted these Terms and agree to be legally bound by them. If you do not wish to be bound by these Terms, please do not register, attend or participate in the event.

Changes to this policy

These Terms apply to you from the date of publishing and until these Terms are superseded by a new version. We may update these Terms at any time for legal or regulatory reasons, or to reflect changes in our services or business practices.

Contact us

We have done our best to explain things clearly for you in this document but if you have any questions, please let us know.

Our contact email address is info@thepeoplespartner.com

For questions about registration or assistance with any registration problems, please contact us at info@thepeoplespartner.com

Part B – General terms for all delegates

  1. Admittance to events

We, in our sole discretion, and without any liability or obligation to refund, reserve the right to refuse admittance to or to eject from the event anyone that we determine:

is behaving in a manner that could disrupt, hinder or cause a nuisance to the event or to the enjoyment of any other person or partner at the event;

represents a security or health & safety risk to the event or to any person or partner; and/or

fails to comply with, or is likely to fail to comply with, these Terms.

You agree to comply with all applicable laws in connection with your attendance or participation at the event.

  1. Changes or cancellation of a event

These Terms and Conditions apply to ticket purchases from 9 July 2023.

Everyone is aware of the extraordinary demands COVID-19 pandemic has placed on everyone. We there ask you to abide by any guidelines around protecting yourself and others.

We also want to provide peace of mind to our attendees:

  • In the unlikely event that The Diverse Business Summit event is postponed or cancelled by us, your ticket will be transferred to our rescheduled event unless you apply for a refund within 1 week of our announcement.
  1. Photography, audio and video recording.

By attending the event you acknowledge and agree that the event (or any part of it) may be photographed or recorded by us or our partners. You agree to permit us, or any third party licensed by us, to use, distribute, broadcast, or otherwise globally disseminate your likeness, name, voice and words in perpetuity in television, radio, film, newspapers, magazines and other media now available and hereafter developed, both before, during and any time after the event, and in any form, without any further approval from you or any payment to you. This grant includes, but is not limited to, the right to edit the media, the right to use the media (alone or together with other information), and the right to allow others to use or distribute the media.

  1. Your attendance at the event

You are responsible for advising us at the time of making your booking regarding any special access requirements you require at the event.

We and our related companies will not be liable for any injury or damage to any person or to any real or personal property however caused (except for death or personal injury as a result of our negligence or for any other type of liability that cannot by law be excluded or limited).

During the event, you shall conduct yourself in an orderly manner and shall not act in any manner which causes offence, annoyance or inconvenience to other Attendees. Attendees shall not canvass, promote, advertise or solicit for business in a manner which, in our sole discretion, is deemed unacceptable. We reserve the right to remove from the Venue any attendee who we consider in our reasonable opinion contravenes applicable laws or regulations or our policies and procedures or those of the Venue, is likely to cause offence or annoyance or is otherwise inappropriate or does not comply with these terms.

  1. Refund and cancellation

All purchases of event tickets are non-refundable in their entirety. 

  1. Limitation of Liability

You acknowledge and agree that views expressed by speakers at or in connection with the event are their own and we The People’s Partner do not accept any responsibility or liability for any advice given or views expressed during or in connection with the event.

Materials shared or distributed at or in connection with the event are intended for information purposes only and should not be relied upon by you or others.

To the fullest extent allowed by applicable law:

(a) we and our related companies shall not be liable to you whether in contract, tort (including for negligence), misrepresentation, restitution or otherwise for any for any loss of profits; loss of sales or business; loss of agreements or contracts; loss of anticipated savings; loss of income; loss of opportunity; loss of or damage to goodwill; loss of use or corruption of software, data or information; and/or similar losses or pure economic loss, or for any indirect or consequential loss, costs, damages, charges or expenses however arising under or in connection with the performance or contemplated performance of the Terms, even if we had been advised of the possibility of same in advance.

  1. Some final terms

These Terms contain the entire agreement and understanding between us in respect of all matters which are referred to herein and supersede any prior, written or oral agreement between us relating to such matters. 

Part C – Attendees terms

Everyone that applies to take part in the events, you will be expected to pay a non-refundable fee for registration.

Your registration allows you access to the entire day, the masterclasses and the roundtables.

Part D – Exhibitor terms


We offer space at the event to Exhibitors who wish to occupy a location at the event and operate a stall where they can exhibit certain goods or services to delegates (an “Exhibit”) at agreed times, subject to these Terms.

The Exhibitor is only permitted to conduct business from its allotted space and shall not canvass, promote, advertise or solicit for business in any other area of the Venue without our express prior written consent.

The Exhibitor’s operation of the Exhibit at the event shall be carried out in full compliance with these Terms.

Location of exhibits

We retain the right in our absolute discretion to relocate the Exhibits and/or require the Exhibitor to occupy an alternative Exhibit within the specified site at the event where we deem it to be necessary in the best interests of the event or as may be required on security, health & safety grounds or otherwise.

Standard of upkeep

The Exhibitor must keep and maintain the interior, exterior, the fittings and equipment installed at the Exhibits in clean, orderly, sanitary and good repair.


The exhibitor is responsible for the disposal of all waste products and rubbish and for taking off-site all rubbish generated by it. 


We permit the Exhibitor to operate the Exhibit between the hours as communicated once signed up. The Exhibitor must ensure, to the complete satisfaction of us, that all Exhibits and rubbish are completely dismantled and removed off-site each day of the event. 

Health and safety

An Exhibitor vending food and beverage must ensure that it is registered with its local food standards and safety office and is, at all times, in compliance with the relevant laws and safety and compliance standards. The Exhibitor must possess a valid licence demonstrating its registration with its local food standards and safety office.

All cooking and heating equipment shall be of a safe and compliant standard. 

Security instructions

The Exhibitor must observe and comply with, and ensure that its staff engaged at the Exhibits observe and comply with, all instructions and directions given by or on behalf of us or venue management, and with our and venue management’s rules and regulations as communicated from time to time. The Exhibitor must not damage or allow its employees to damage the site that is hosting the event or the Exhibit or any part thereof. All Exhibitor personnel on site must wear identification badges at all times and must not enter any restricted areas.


Equipment provided by us 

We will provide one table and two chairs. 

It is therefore your responsibility to bring the rest of the equipment you need.

Please email info@thepeoplespartner.com for further details.

Exhibitors must pay for all damages or losses to equipment supplied to them. 

Part E Additional Terms

You are also subject to the following policies which govern your access to the event:

  • Privacy Policy
  • Code of conduct
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