The lab of tomorrow is a collaborative Design-Thinking workshop that aims to develop innovative solutions for developmental challenges.
Each of the contractual partners is entitled without restriction to use the knowledge, results and reports that it generates as part of the joint project.
Unless stipulated otherwise in this agreement, each party shall treat as confidential all information marked as such that it receives from the other party in connection with or during the joint project and shall not disclose such information to third parties without the prior written consent of the other party.
The term ‘confidential information’ does not cover information that:
(a) was in the public domain at the time of disclosure or entered the public domain thereafter;
(b) was disclosed to the receiving party by a third party before this agreement was concluded;
(c) was already in the possession of the receiving party at the time of disclosure;
(d) was developed by the receiving party independently of the lab of tomorrow.
I agree that photos and videos taken during the event which depict me, may be used for public relation activities of GIZ and BMZ. I further agree that these photos and videos are used by GIZ and BMZ for publication on their websites. The data will not be used for commercial purposes. The given authorization may be cancelled at any time at firstname.lastname@example.org
GIZ and the participant companies agree that their collaboration with regard to the lab of tomorrow will be conducted in compliance with the following competition guidelines:
The participant companies acknowledge that the purpose of meetings and other communications between them will be limited to enhancing the project goals as set forth in the Participation Agreement. The workshop will follow an agenda which will be distributed by GIZ to participant companies prior to the workshop.
The discussions during the lab of tomorrow workshop will be recorded in a written protocol which will be distributed to the companies by GIZ.
In order not to give rise to Competition Law concerns, the participant companies agree not to discuss or exchange information or enter into agreements concerning: