Last updated September 2021
These Terms and conditions of ReBootcamp (hereinafter «Rules») aim to determine the conditions for participation in ReBootcamp.
By participating in ReBootcamp, you confirm that you have read and understood these Rules, and also agree to them. If you do not agree (or cannot agree) with these Terms and Conditions, you are not eligible to participate in ReBootcamp.
Participation in ReBootcamp in any form implies the explicit and unconditional acceptance of these Rules.
1.1. ReBootcamp is a training program containing competition elements. It unites entrepreneurs, marketers, developers, scientists, managers with a variety of skills to learn and work together on technology projects.
1.2. ReBootcamp tasks and objectives:
1.3. Tracks / Topics:
The terms used in this section of the Rules shall have the meaning defined in this section. All terms can be used both in the singular and in the plural without changing the meaning of this term.
Participant — a professional, an entrepreneur who wishes to participate in ReBootcamp.
Team — a team of professionals, entrepreneurs who work together on their own startup.
Track / Topic — determined disciplines of ReBootcamp program.
Project — Canvas models, developed by the participants based on knowledge obtained during «Lean / Business Model Canvases» workshop.
Expert Mentor — a mentor possessing unique expertise, providing informational support and advice to ReBootcamp participants on the projects developed during «Canvas Feedback».
Judge — an expert who will evaluate the Projects developed by the participants.
Organizer — provides participants with assets required for productive work during ReBootcamp, monitors compliance with all rules and regulations.
All Startup Week (hereinafter — ASW) — a training event that will take place after ReBootcamp and will have practical significance: participants will be able to put into practice the knowledge gained during ReBootcamp. During ASW, participants team up and work in teams. The ASW is an intake for Demium's Incubation and Acceleration programs. Select candidates from the ASW will be invited to participate in Demium's Incubation or Acceleration programs.
1.5. Organizers of ReBootcamp
Ukrainian Startup Fund
Organizer’s address: 26 Otto Shmidt Str., Kyiv City, 04107
DEMIUM STARTUPS, S.L.,
Organizer’s address: C/ Ribera 1, 2, 46002, Valencia, Spain.
Organizers reserve the right to cancel or change the date scheduled for holding the ReBootcamp. The participant shall have no right whatsoever to receive any compensation or indemnity for any disruption that this may cause.
2.1. Registration process.
2.1.1. By October 1, 2021, everyone who wants to participate must register online on the ReBootcamp website at: https://www.reboootcamp.com and fill out the registration form.
2.1.2. Applicants must provide the following information: last name, first name, telephone number, email, professional achievement information, and other related information. The specified information will be used for the organization and conduct of ReBootcamp.
2.1.3. Each participant guarantees that the information entered when applying for participation is complete and accurate. Any false, incorrect, or incomplete information will automatically lead to rejection of the application and/or disqualification of the Participant.
2.1.4. Applicants can participate in a pre-formed Team or individually.
2.1.5. Within the next 2 (two) days after submitting the application for participation, Applicants will receive confirmation of participation in ReBootcamp.
2.2. ReBootcamp takes place in three stages, which are described below:
2.3. Stage 1: Registration of participants and introduction to training materials / 28.09.2021 – 01.10.2021.
From September 28 to October 1, 2021, participants will have access to additional information, links to data, online materials to prepare for the ReBootcamp. Review of materials is not mandatory for participation, materials are provided for high-quality preparation of participants for training.
2.4. Stage 2: Intensive training program lasting 2 (two) days / 02.10.2021 – 03.10.2021.
The program provides online and offline lectures, master classes. During the first day, the participants will be provided with tasks for the implementation of the project. participants provide the finalized results of work on the project through the online form announced by the Organizers on the first day of Stage 2 on the official website.
All submitted projects will be assessed by the Judges by closed vote. As a result of closed voting, a maximum of 32 individual participants and 10 pre-formed early-stage teams will be selected to participate in the next stage. At Stage 3, participants will be able to receive comments from expert mentors on projects during the «Canvas Feedback».
2.5. Stage 3: All Startup Week / 11.10.2021 – 14.10.2021.
Participants work in teams and practice the knowledge gained during Stage 2 at this stage. At Stage 3, Expert Mentors work with the participants.
Candidates from Stage 2 who have been selected for Stage 3 must accept the Terms and Conditions of the Demium/USF to attend. Terms and conditions will be provided to all accepted Stage 2 candidates.
2.6.1. Day 1 / Saturday, 02.10.2021
10:00 — Event opening;
10:30 - 18:00 — lectures and workshops by speakers.
Detailed timing is available on the official ReBootcamp website.
2.6.2. Day 2 / Sunday, 03.10.2021
10:00 - 17:00 — lectures and workshops by speakers;
17:00 — Event ending.
Detailed timing is available on the official ReBootcamp website.
2.6.3. All Startup Week / 11.10.2021 – 14.10.2021
During ASW, participants work in two tracks:
Incubation track: Oct 11 -14 from 14:00 - 21:00 each day
Acceleration Track: Oct 12-14 from 14:00 - 21:00 each day
Detailed timing will be available on the official ReBootcamp website after the completion of Stage 2.
3.1. Individuals can apply for free to participate in ReBootcamp.
3.2. Participation is permitted only for individuals who
(I) have reached the age of 18 (eighteen),
(II) have their own computer equipment in proper condition to participate in ReBootcamp.
3.3. Participants confirm that the developments and/or content, as well as any other materials transferred to the Organizers during the ReBootcamp, do not contain any materials that do not comply with the laws of Ukraine or breach any previous agreement entered into by the participants.
3.4. The organizer reserves the right to reject the application at any time if the participant's profile does not meet the ReBootcamp standards or for any other reason.
4.1. The board of Judges who will evaluate the Projects submitted by the participants during the Stage 2 and Stage 3 will include: 5 (five) representatives from the Organizers.
The total number of Judges is 5 (five), 3 (three) of which are experts from the Ukrainian Startup Fund.
4.2. During Stage 2, the Judges will assess the Projects based on the following criteria. Each criterion has a scale from 1 to 5 points.
Each assessment category contains criteria, each criterion is evaluated under a scale from 0 to 5 points, where 0 means insufficient/zero level, 1 – low level, 2 – below average, 3 – average level, 4 – above average, 5 – high level. The participants who score the highest number of points in comparison with others will receive an award.
4.3. During Stage 3, the Judges will assess the Projects based on the following criteria. Each criterion has a scale from 1 to 5 points.
Each assessment category contains criteria, each criterion is evaluated under a scale from 0 to 5 points, where 0 means insufficient/zero level, 1 – low level, 2 – below average, 3 – average level, 4 – above average, 5 – high level. participants who score the highest number of points in comparison with others will receive an award.
5.1. The award will be granted by USF and will consist of different advantages described separately from these Rules. The award procedure and the procedure for handing in the prize will be determined by a separate announcement from the ReBootcamp Sponsors and announced on the ReBootcamp website and social networks.
5.2. Awards may not be transferred to a third party.
5.3. The winner may not claim financial compensation or change of the Award.
5.4. ReBootcamp winners are invited to take part in All Startup Week, to compete for the two grand prizes of USD 5,000 if approved by the Supervisory Board of the Ukrainian Startup Fund.
5.5. The winners of Stage 2 will receive prizes from ReBootcamp prize partners, which will be announced on the official website.
5.6. ReBootcamp winners and their projects will be announced on the official website and in other media.
Participants are required to behave ethically during ReBootcamp. While participating in ReBootcamp, participants are required to:
Participants acknowledge that their attendance at and participation in the ReBootcamp are voluntary and commit to take responsibility for any harm that they may suffer or cause to any other participant. participants shall take all necessary measures to avoid the possibility of being injured or of injuring or harming other attendees. Organizers shall not be liable, in any case, for any injury or accident that may suffer any participant.
7.1. The intellectual property rights to the Projects created by ReBootcamp, developed during the ReBootcamp, belong to the participants involved in such projects. All intellectual property rights to ReBootcamp materials, Internet courses and trainers' speeches, which are presented online and offline, are and remain the intellectual property of the Organizers or its licensors.
7.2. During ReBootcamp, participants must use only those elements that are not the subject of intellectual property. Any extraneous elements must be marked in accordance with the terms of their use.
7.3. Projects must not infringe on the intellectual property rights of third parties.
7.4. These Rules do not give the participants any exclusive property rights to any objects of intellectual property of other participants or third parties unless otherwise stated explicitly, that is, all ownership rights to such objects are stored exclusively by the respective persons.
8.1. The Bootcamp Participant provides the Organizers with his consent to the processing of personal data provided during registration and/or directly during ReBootcamp.
Personal data — information or a set of information about an individual and/or legal entity that is identified or can be specifically identified.
8.2. The organizer collects and processes personal data concerning the Participant in order for the ReBootcamp to be properly organized and conducted. In particular, for cases of the Organizer's contact with the Bootcamp winners in connection with the assignment and transfer of the award, publication of the list of Winners, etc.
8.3. The organizers guarantee that the transfer and processing of personal data in connection with participation in ReBootcamp is covered by the purpose of processing personal data for the provision of relevant services, the received data is processed and transmitted in accordance with the requirements of the current legislation in the field of personal data protection.
8.4. The Parties agreed to keep in confidentiality any information received by one Party from the other in the course of fulfilling its obligations. Confidential information does not include publicly available information and information that the Investor has agreed to disseminate.
8.5. Subjects of personal data enjoy the rights provided for in Article 8 of the Law of Ukraine «On Personal Data Protection» dated June 1, 2010. For more information on data protection, participants may consult demium.com/privacy-policy.
8.6. Participants consent to their image and personal information (name, surname, place of origin and details of his/her professional and/or personal experience) being published on any media by any of the Organizers. Likewise, participants grant use of their image and voice universally, free and for an unlimited period of time, when these have been recorded by the organization during the event or the participants have provided them for any of the activities that have taken place. Participants agree to their image and voice being published and/or retransmitted through the different communication channels of any of the Оrganizers, which include, by way of example and not limitation, their website, video recording and streaming broadcast of the events, the publication of press releases and blog posts and other channels such as Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, etc.
Diffusion will be done essentially for the purpose of promotion, training and publicizing organizers’ activities.
9.1. Presentation of your idea, its analysis with speakers and mentors of the course, theoretical and practical blocks in the learning process and presentation of your idea are confidential information.
9.2. Confidential information does not include information, technical data or know-how that:
9.2.1 were already in the possession of the participant at the time of its transfer;
9.2.2 is part of publicly available sources, or become available not as a result of the actions or inaction of the Participant;
9.2.3 was notified without obligation of confidentiality by a third party that legally owns the Confidential Information and does not violate any obligations to the Organizers.
9.3. The parties agree:
9.3.1 that any information provided by the Organizers and participants in accordance with these Rules is confidential information;
9.3.2 not to use Confidential Information disclosed by the Organizers, speakers and/or mentors and third parties who took part in the training for any purpose other than personal use;
9.3.3 not disclose any confidential information to third parties;
9.3.4 not to copy, reproduce, distribute, distribute, publish, post, demonstrate, not modify, create derivative works, transmit or in any way use the Confidential Information in whole and/or in parts;
9.3.5 not sell or offer for sale any content of the Confidential Information, as well as not allow third-parties to access or use it to build their own business model and/or startup.
10.1. All disputes and disagreements that may arise in the process of implementing these Rules will be resolved in the manner prescribed by the legislation of Ukraine.
10.2. The parties undertake to take all possible measures to resolve disputes between themselves through negotiations.
10.3. Disputes and disagreements under this Agreement, the settlement of which by the Parties is impossible through negotiations, will be referred to the appropriate court.
11.1. During the registration for participation in ReBootcamp, the Participant agrees to the terms of these Rules and undertakes to comply with them. Failure to comply with the terms of these Rules is the basis for disqualification of the participant.
11.2. The organizers of ReBootcamp can make any changes and/or additions to these Rules in the manner prescribed by the legislation of Ukraine.
11.3. These Rules, as well as changes to them, come into force from the moment they are posted on the ReBootcamp website.
11.4. The procedure for implementing other procedures, not established by these Rules, is established by other local documents of the Organizer, or by making operational decisions during the implementation of ReBootcamp, taking into account the principles of expediency, fairness and reasonableness.
11.5. The ReBootcamp Organizers are not liable in the event of force majeure circumstances, such as natural disasters, fires, floods, military actions of any nature, blockades, significant changes in legislation, other circumstances beyond the control of the ReBootcamp Organizers.
11.6. In the case of recognition that any provision of these Rules is declared invalid, all other provisions shall remain in effect.
Official ReBootcamp website: https://www.reboootcamp.com.
Contact person: Ievgeniia Bespalova.