Business Plan Competition Terms & Conditions
- Participation in the John & Mary Pappajohn Business Plan Award by Anatolia School of Business means the acceptance of the Rules and Guidelines of the competition.
- Anatolia School of Business can at any point in time ask the participants for clarifications and/or additional information regarding the material submitted.
- Anatolia School of Business reserves the right to amend the terms and the timeline of the competition without prior notification and without assuming any liability.
- All of the authors of the Brief Description of the Idea or/and the full Business Plan will have to agree and recognize the fact they are submitting original work. The author reserves all rights with respect to the Idea and the full Business Plan before and after the Competition.
- Non-Confidentiality: Some aspects of the contest, like the presentations delivered and questions’ and answers’ sessions, without limiting the scope to these only, may be open to the public. Some or all could also be broadcasted via communication media such as TV, radio or the Internet. So in the event that some of the data or information will be discussed or presented in public from participants should be regarded as information that could be made known to the general public and as such the participants should not consider that they receive rights on the confidentiality of the data or information that were discussed, presented or revealed. Due to the nature of the contest we are not in a position to ask judges, organizers or the personnel involved to agree to or sign confidentiality agreements. Nevertheless the Board of Directors of Anatolia College will make all the efforts possible to limit the distribution of the Business Ideas and Plans presented to the contest. We cannot guarantee that other people will not have access to the Business Plans submitted in printed or digital form. Final presentations might be open to public.
- Copyrights and Permissions: If a person or team uses third party material or images in the presentation of the Idea or the Business Plan, they should have the approval and permission to use this material from their owners.