Intel® Pride of Place : Competition Rules
Please print a copy of these rules, and submit a signed and dated copy with your application form.
What is the Competition For?
1. Intel Ireland Limited (“Intel”) is holding this competition for community organisations to have the opportunity to put forward their ideas for a Project that can help improve their organisation while also benefitting their local community. The idea could be anything from setting up a youth café that benefits other community members during the day, what about restoring an old building in your town and turning it into a new meeting space for community groups. It could be adding a new feature to the town that would drive tourism in the area or passing on skill from one generation to another. It could also be an idea of how to use technology to make your community more “smart” such as apps to show traffic flow, parking spaces indicator or when to water plants. Projects will be judged on the criteria set out below.
2. Each winning Project(s) will donate €5,000 (five thousand euro) exclusive of VAT to be spent on completing the Project.
3. All applicants will be invited to an awards event at our Leixlip Campus on Thursday May 11th at 7pm where the winners will be announced.
Who will Judge the Competition?
4. The winning entrants will be decided by a Judging Panel of 3-5 judges (including a Chair), comprising business professionals and community representatives chosen by Intel at its discretion. The names of the judges are available on request. Each Project will be judged on the following Judging Criteria (with % weighting in brackets):
5. The Judging Panel will, in its sole discretion, choose 6 winning Projects.
6. In the event of any disputes amongst the Judging Panel, the Chair’s decision will be final.
7. The winning Projects will be announced at an event on the Intel Campus on May 11th at 7pm.
Who is Eligible to Participate?
8. This competition is open to the following organisations:
9. Only one application may be submitted from each eligible organization.
10. Each eligible organisation will ensure that it has obtained (before submitting the entry) all necessary permits, permissions, approvals, licenses and authorisations to enable its Project to be carried out.
11. Applications must be submitted in hard copy, with a copy of these rules signed in the manner set out below, to: Lisa Harlow, Intel Ireland Limited, Public Affairs, Pride of Place Competition, Collinstown Industrial Park, Leixlip, Co. Kildare by 5pm on Friday April 7th 2017.
12. Each Project should be able to be completed with €5,000.
Other Terms of Participation:
13. Applicants will provide such additional information as requested by Intel or any of the Judging Panel.
14. Each winning organisation will:
15. Intel will, at its discretion, donate €5,000 (five thousand euro) exclusive of VAT to each winning Project. Other than donating this amount, Intel has no responsibility or liability with respect to, or arising from, implementing or completing the Project.
16. The donation is not transferable. The winning organization may need to sign a Donation Contract with Intel in order to receive the donation.
17. Intel is committed to compliance with all applicable laws, regulations, policies and ethics rules. These Competition Rules are intended to ensure that each applicant organization will not violate any such laws, regulations, policies or rules. Intel seeks no promises or favoritism for itself or any of its affiliates in exchange for the participation by any organization in the competition. By entering the competition each organization:
18. Intel is committed to respecting your privacy. By completing the registration form you are providing Intel your name and email address. This information will be used only for the purpose of registering you for the event. Once the event has taken place, all personal information provided to Intel will be deleted. To learn more about Intel’s privacy practices, please visit http://www.intel.com/privacy.
19. By entering this competition, your organization confirms its agreement to be bound by these terms and conditions.
20. The applications for the Project will not be returned to entrants after the end of the competition.
21. Intel reserve the right to disqualify any individual or organization from the competition who tampers with the voting process, or if it determines that said entrant is attempting to undermine the legitimate operation of the competition. Intel reserves the right to cancel or amend the competition and these terms and conditions without notice: (a) for any reason provided such cancellations or amendments do not materially disadvantage participants; or (b) due to circumstances outside Intel’s control. Any changes to the competition will be notified through [insert website link] as soon as possible.
22. The prize draw organizer is Intel Ireland Limited of Collinstown Industrial Park, Leixlip, Co. Kildare. Any questions or complaints should be sent email@example.com
23. The competition and these terms and conditions will be governed by Irish law and any disputes will be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of Ireland.
24. Intel’s decision in respect of all matters to do with the competition will be final and binding, and no correspondence will be entered into.