Copyright and publicity
The purpose of the competition is to serve as a conduit for ideas and sharing best practice, rather than attempting to commercialise ideas. For this reason, winning entries will be made available for public viewing.
To the extent that you own any intellectual property rights in the idea included in your entry, those rights will remain your property. You must also clearly state in your entry if the development of your idea requires access to any third party’s intellectual property.
By entering the competition, you grant to the organisers a non-exclusive irrevocable licence to reproduce, publish and communicate to the public by any means and feature your winning idea in all media throughout the world in relation to the competition.
You agree that if your entry is awarded a prize you will participate in related publicity and grant the use of your name and likeness for the purposes of advertising, promotion and publicity of the competition, without additional compensation.