Terms and Conditions

Article 1
Preliminary provisions

  1. These regulations (hereinafter referred to as the ‘Regulations’) specify principles of access to and provision of services through the website productdevelopmentdays.org, productdojo.io and programs.productdojo.io (hereinafter referred to as the ‘Website’) ran by the Service Provider. Before you log in or create a new account, read the Regulations in their current version.
  2. The Website is ran by the Service Provider: Product Dojo Inc. (Limited liability company with registered office 2446 Augustine Drive, Santa Clara 95054, CA).
  3. The User is obliged to observe the site regulations.
  4. Software, interface, functional layout, graphic elements, databases and contents of the Website and graphic elements and contents of Newsletters constitute a subject of proprietary copyrights and/or other intellectual property rights owed to the Service Provider and/or third parties, and are legally protected.

Article 2
Definitions

  1. Website Regulations – these regulations made available in the form allowing the User to record, reproduce and read them anytime, anywhere.
  2. Service Provider – an entity specified under art. 1, sec. 2 above which provides Services through the Website, on the terms specified herein, being liable to Users in this regard.
  3. User – a natural or legal person, or organisational unit not being a legal person, granted legal capacity under the Act, using Newsletters and/or the Website based on the Regulations. A natural person may be a Service Recipient if they:
    1. have full legal capacity, or
    2. obtain consent of a statutory representative or legal guardian when they have limited legal capacity, or
    3. are represented by a statutory representative or legal guardian when they have no legal capacity.
  4. Registered User – a Service Recipient who created an account on the Website obtaining a unique login and password.
  5. Services – all Services available on the Website provided electronically to Users.
  6. Account – a set of resources and rights in the Website computer system available to registered Users, allowing them to use part of the Website https://programs.productdojo.io/ or https://courses.productdojo.io/.
  7. Materials – texts, pictures, graphic arts, video materials, multimedia materials, fragments of articles and other materials made available by the Service Provider on the Website as part of services rendered.
  8. Activation link – a link to the Website or another site, received by the Service Recipient in the content of an email message sent to the email address provided to the Service Provider by the Service Recipient, allowing the Service Recipient to confirm ordering of a specific Newsletter by activating this link.
  9. Deactivation link – a link to the Website or another site, received by the Service Recipient in the content of an email message sent to the email address provided to the Service Provider by the Service Recipient, allowing the Service Recipient to withdraw from using a specific Newsletter by activating this link.
  10. Newsletter – a set of information sent by the Service Provider to the email address provided to it by the Service Recipient, at a specific frequency, containing information, promotional and/or advertising contents of the Service Provider and/or other persons, and/or goods and/or services offered by the Service Provider and/or other persons, in particular commercial information.

Article 3
Types and scope of services provided

  1. Service Provider’s activity involves providing the User with an offer and allowing them to make a purchase and complete a didactic process, make reservations for events organised by the Service Provider and purchase tickets for programmes created by the Service Provider, and Newsletter services.
  2. As part of the Website, the User may use the following Services, in particular to:
    1. purchase and then familiarise themselves with selected Materials made available by the Service Provider in such a way that the User can access them at a place and time specified by the same through the Website (hereinafter referred to as ‘Courses’),
    2. search for and make reservations for events organised by the Service Provider (hereinafter referred to as a ‘Reservation’) against payment,
    3. search for and purchase tickets for programmes organised by the User (hereinafter referred to as ‘Programmes’),
    4. receive cyclical commercial information to the specified email address (hereinafter referred to as a ‘Newsletter’).
  3. Access to the Website is free of charge. Costs incurred by the User are related to purchasing payable Services and the right to use them for own purposes. These costs do not depend on the number of devices on which the User uses the Website, and the User pays them once with regard to each payable Service purchased.
  4. When purchasing a service referred to under sec. 2, let. a) and making a reservation referred to under sec. 2, let. b) above, payment methods may be as follows:
    1. By debit card – a payment made through the electronic payment service provider,
    2. Stripe online processing – a payment service provided through Stripe.
  5. The amount due resulting from the order form should be paid when placing an order and such payment is required to use payable Website Services.
  6. The Service Provider shall not be held liable for the provision and safety of a transaction carried out by the payment service provider, including for the provision of a debit card number by the User on other websites through which they make payment.
  7. In particular, the payment operator shall be held liable for the completion and safety of transactions made by credit cards on payment operator’s website according to its regulations.
  8. Payment for tickets referred to under sec. 2, let. c) shall be made through the programs.productdojo.io website, depending on current Website capacities.
  9. The User gives consent to send invoices electronically by accepting the Regulations.

Article 4
Principles of using the Programme service

  1. In order to use the service of Programmes, the User must create an Account, read the Regulations and accept their content. User’s acceptance of the provisions of the Regulations is tantamount to making a declaration by the User that they have read these Regulations, understood their content and fully accept the provisions hereof.
  2. The Service of courses is provided through the website https://programs.productdojo.io/.
  3. Orders may be placed 24 hours/day. Due to a personalised nature of the website, education may be started any time.
  4. In order to register the Account, the User must have a created and active email account. The address is not made publicly available.
  5. A Website account is created through the Website by clicking the ‘Zapisz się na kurs’ (Sign up for the course) button, selecting a proper course type and entering data into the form such as: email address, user’s name (full name), and providing data necessary to pay the Course.
  6. The account may also be created by clicking the ‘Zapisz się’ (Sign up) button. The User must then give their details, email address and password. For a registered User, in order to purchase the course only data necessary to pay for the same must be given.
  7. Making a payment is tantamount to concluding an agreement by and between the User and the Service Provider in electronic form for the provision of a selected Service (or Services) according to the description of the Programme available on the Website and the provisions of the Regulations. The agreement for using Programmes is concluded for a definite period upon registration of the User’s Account.
  8. The amount of fees for programmes and their duration are given in individual descriptions of Programmes on the Website.
  9. After creating the account on the Website, the User will receive a welcome message (confirmation of the possibility of using the Website) sent to the email address given by the same.
  10. The created account can be used to log in to the Website and use the service of Programmes.
  11. The registered User may use their account in person only. It is prohibited to sell or made the account available to other persons without explicit consent of the Service Provider, and except for cases provided for in these Regulations.
  12. The account login and password are confidential information which must not be disclosed by the User to any other person. The User should make all efforts to properly protect the login and password from access by unauthorised persons, including to set the password strength sufficient to make it hard for such other persons to guess it.
  13. The User may withdraw from using the Website and delete the created account anytime by sending proper information to the Service Provider’s email or postal address.
  14. By placing an order for a Programme, the User gives consent for the Service Provider to complete a service before the expiry of the date entitling the consumer to rescind the agreement referred to under art. 27 of the Consumer Rights Act. In the above case, pursuant to art. 38, sec. 13 of the Consumer Rights Act, the Consumer is not entitled to rescind the agreement. The Consumer gives consent by reading and accepting the content of the declaration available on the Website, and by clicking the course sign-up checkbox. The Service Provider is obliged to confirm receipt of the above consent to the Consumer in writing or on another durable medium with Consumer’s consent.  

Article 5
Principles of using the Reservation service

  1. In order to use the service of Reservation, the User must give their full name, email address, address of residence and phone number, read the Regulations and accept their content. User’s acceptance of the provisions of the Regulations is tantamount to making a declaration by the User that they have read these Regulations, understood their content and fully accept the provisions thereof
  2. The Service of Reservation is provided through the website https://www.productdojo.io/events.
  3. In order to make a reservation, the User should take at least the following steps, some of which may be repeated many times:
    1. selection of an event by clicking the ‘Zarejestruj się’ (Register) button,
    2. selection of the number of reservations and adding them to the Services basket,
    3. giving the full name, email address and clicking the ‘Kontynuuj’ (Continue) button,
    4. selection of the payment method and giving the address of residence and phone number,
    5. making a reservation by clicking the ‘Rezerwuję’ (Reserve) button.
  4. An order shall be deemed to have been placed correctly if all data allowing for proper identification of the Customer is entered in the order form, including, in particular, the contact phone number and email address, and payment is made. Failure to give correct data and make payment will result in non-completion of the order.
  5. The amount of fees for reservation of individual events is specified on the Website.
  6. A properly made reservation entitles the User to participate in events on the terms specified in the event description.
  7. If the order cannot be completed within the date specified therein because the event is fully booked, the Service Provider will immediately inform the User about that fact by phone or email, and propose another date of order completion. If the User does not accept the new order completion date, then the order will be deemed not to have been placed and neither party will be held liable for non-completion of the order.
  8. Confirmation of the registration form filled out by the User is tantamount to the submission of a declaration by the User that provided personal details are true and the User is authorised to dispose of such personal details. The User will be held liable for providing false details or details concerning third parties, and not the User.
  9. By making a reservation by clicking the appropriate box indicating reservation instructions (e.g. ‘Buy now’) and making payment, the User concludes an agreement with the Service Provider on the reservation. Reserving parties are not entitled to rescind the agreement concluded with the Service Provider, pursuant to art. 38, sec. 12 of the Consumer Rights Act of 30 May 2014 (Journal of Laws of 2014, item 827), stating that the consumer is not entitled to rescind distance agreements, to include, but not limited to, agreements for the provision of services related to recreation, entertainment, sports or cultural events, if the agreement specifies the date or period of contract provision.

Article 6
Principles of using the Program service

  1. In order to use the service of Programs, the User must give their full name and email address, read the Regulations and accept their content. User’s acceptance of the provisions of the Regulations is tantamount to making a declaration by the User that they have read these Regulations, understood their content and fully accept the provisions thereof.
  2. The Service of Programs is provided through the website https://www.productdojo.io/.
  3. In order to purchase a Service, the User should take at least the following steps, some of which may be repeated many times:
    1. selection of a Program by clicking the ‘Zdobądź bilet’ (Get a ticket) button,
    2. selection of the number of reservations and adding them to the Services basket,
    3. clicking the ‘Zamów teraz’ (Order now) button,
    4. giving details and making payment.
  4. Services are paid through the website https://www.eventbrite.com/ on the terms specified therein. Specific terms and conditions of using payment methods made available by external suppliers are defined by proper regulations provided by those suppliers. The use of these payment methods is subject to the acceptance of the provisions of the above regulations. The Service Provider will not be held liable for completion of the payment process by external suppliers.  
  5. A ticket will be deemed purchased if all data allowing for proper identification of the User is entered in the order form, and payment is made. Failure to give correct data and make payment will result in non-completion of the order.
  6. Prices of tickets for individual Programs are defined on the Website.
  7. A properly purchased ticket entitles the User to participate in the program on the terms specified in the program description.
  8. If the order cannot be completed within the date specified therein because the event is fully booked, the Service Provider will immediately inform the User about that fact by phone or email, and propose another date of order completion. If the User does not accept the new order completion date, then the order will be deemed not to have been placed and neither party will be held liable for non-completion of the order.
  9. Provision of User’s details referred to under sec. 3, letter d) above is tantamount to the submission of a declaration by the User that provided personal details are true and the User is authorised to dispose of such personal details. The User will be held liable for providing false details or details concerning third parties, and not the User.
  10. By purchasing a ticket by clicking the appropriate box indicating purchasing instructions (e.g. ‘Buy now’) and making payment, the User concludes an agreement with the Service Provider on the ticket sale. The User is not entitled to rescind the agreement concluded with the Service Provider, pursuant to art. 38, sec. 12 of the Consumer Rights Act of 30 May 2014 (Journal of Laws of 2014, item 827), stating that the consumer is not entitled to rescind distance agreements, to include, but not limited to, agreements for the provision of services related to recreation, entertainment, sports or cultural events, if the agreement specifies the date or period of contract provision.

Article 7
Principles of using the Newsletter service

  1. The Newsletter service involves sending messages containing information on the Service Provider’s offer (including promotions) to the email address provided by the User.
  2. By concluding an agreement for providing the Newsletter service with the Service Provider, the User provides their email address in order to receive messages referred to above.
  3. The Newsletter service will start to be provided upon the conclusion of the Newsletter service agreement.
  4. The Newsletter service is free of charge.
  5. The Newsletter service agreement is concluded by the User expressing their consent for the Service Provider to send messages containing User’s commercial information to the provided email address.
  6. The Newsletter service agreement is concluded for an indefinite period.
  7. The User is entitled to terminate the Newsletter service agreement forthwith. The person using the Newsletter service terminates the agreement by submitting a declaration in this regard to the email address: admin@productdojo.io.
  8. The Service Provider may suspend or cease provision of the Newsletter service after notifying Customers to email addresses provided by them.
  9. By using the Newsletter service, the User is obliged to refrain from supplying illegal contents, in particular from submitting someone else’s data without consent of authorised persons.
  10. Individual messages sent as part of the Newsletter service constitute works pursuant to the copyright law and are subject to protection specified in the provisions of law. Any copying, modification and use in a manner inconsistent with the purpose or without consent of the Service Provider may constitute a violation of the law.

Article 8
Principles of using the Website

  1. An account is created on the Website through the following page:
    1. https://programs.productdojo.io/
  2. The account referred to under sec. 1, letter a) above is created on the terms specified in art. 4.
  3. The account referred to under sec. 1, letter b) above is created by clicking the ‘Zarejestruj się’ (Register) button, and by entering User’s data in the form, such as: email address and password. In order to register the User’s Account, the User must have a created and active email account.
  4. After creating the account on the Website, the User will receive a welcome message (confirmation of the possibility of using the Website) sent to the email address given by the same.
  5. The created account allows the User to log in to the Website. The logged user can access information on programs they used with the account, and programs to which they ordered access using the account.
  6. The registered User may use their account in person only. It is prohibited to sell or made the account available to other persons without explicit consent of the Service Provider and except for cases provided for in these Regulations.
  7. The account password is confidential information which must not be disclosed by the User to any other person. The User should make all efforts to properly protect the password from access by unauthorised persons, including to set the password strength sufficient to make it hard for such other persons to guess it.
  8. One person is neither allowed to create multiple accounts nor make their account available to other persons.
  9. The User may withdraw from using the Website with their Account and delete the created Account anytime by sending proper information to the Service Provider’s email or postal address.

Article 9
Terms and conditions of service provision

  1. The agreement for the provision of services electronically is concluded for an indefinite period by and between the Service Provider and the User, subject to sec. 2.
  2. Courses referred to under art. 4 will be available for the User throughout the term of the course specified in its description. Reservations and Programs referred to under art. 5 & 6 are provided outside the Service Provider’s Website, and are not services provided electronically.
  3. The Service Provider monitors the technical functioning of the Website on an ongoing basis, ensuring correctness of its operation, and is held liable for its proper operation to the extent of services provided.
  4. The Service Provider is obliged to provide services without defects and is held responsible if such service is faulty, in particular due to physical or legal defects.
  5. The User is obliged to observe the provisions hereof and to use the Website in accordance with its intended use, and to refrain from any activity that could disturb its proper functioning, in particular by using specific software and devices.
  6. The User is also obliged to use the Website in accordance with social and moral standards and the provisions of law, in particular not to supply contents infringing rights of the Service Provider, other Users or third parties, infringing their personal interests and intellectual property rights, including copyrights, and any other content inciting violence, hatred, containing pornographic, vulgar, obscene, hateful, aggressive, discriminating content, etc.
  7. The User is also obliged not to take actions such as: distributing or posting unsolicited commercial information (i.e. spam) within the Website, using accounts of other Users or providing data allowing other Users to log in the Website, and taking IT activities or any other aimed at gaining access to passwords of other Users.
  8. The User is obliged to use all Materials and Articles available on the Website only for private purposes. Use of Materials in a manner exceeding the scope of this regulation requires consent of entities authorised under copyrights and related rights, and the lack of the same may result in holding the User liable. Making Materials available to persons not being close relatives, including posting them in the Internet in a way ensuring access for an unlimited group of receivers is prohibited.
  9. If the User is found to infringe the provisions specified under items above, the Service Provider will be entitled, on the terms specified in the applicable law, to delete the content posted by the User and to take all measures in order to remedy the loss incurred in connection therewith.
  10. The Service Provider may deprive the User of the right to use the Website, and to limit their access to part or all of the Website resources or Services offered as part of the Website with immediate effect, in the event of violation of these Regulations or applicable law by the User.
  11. The User is obliged to immediately notify the User of any unauthorised use of the User’s account, and of any infringement of the principles specified herein.

Article 10
Copyrights

  1. All materials made available on the Service Provider’s Website, in particular: text, graphic arts, music, are protected by the copyright of the Service Provider, its subcontractors and by copyrights of manufacturers of other third parties. By using any services offered by the Service Provider or visiting its Website, the User does not obtain any copyrights to any content or materials.
  2. All proper nouns, registered trademarks belonging to third party entities are used by the Service Provided only for identification and information purposes.
  3. All content and materials presented on the Website are made available for personal use only. They must not be copied, reproduced or used otherwise for commercial purposes. It is also prohibited to use any text, graphic or music elements, and code or website structure components in order to develop derivative works for purposes other than personal use. It is prohibited to copy, reproduce or distribute any content, including texts, graphic arts.  
  4. If the user intends to use any content available on the website, please contact us at the email address: admin@productdojo.io.

Article 11
Technical requirements for using the Website

  1. In order for the User to use services, they should meet minimum technical requirements, in particular to have a device with software for accessing the Internet and viewing its resources.
  2. Minimum technical requirements must be met by the User’s IT system in order to use the Website:
    1. use of a selected browser: Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, Opera, Internet Explorer supporting CSS and Java Script,
    2. access to the Internet,
    3. the browser must accept cookies,
    4. Microsoft Windows XP or higher, Linux, OSX 10.4 or higher.
  3. Videos are coded with h264 and x264 codecs. Proper codecs are required to watch them, we suggest the Combined Community Codec Pack (http://www.cccp-project.net/). For mobile devices, videos are tested on devices with Android 6.x and Apple iOS9, however, they should work on devices with older systems.
  4. Free Adobe Reader 5.0 or higher must be installed to view PDF files, whereas for ePUB files we recommend the following free applications: Calibre (Windows, Linux, OS X), Moon Reader (Android) and iBooks (iOS).
  5. The Service Provider will not be held liable for proper functioning of the Website, if computer hardware and software of the User do not meet the above technical requirements.
  6. The Service Provider will not be held liable for User’s highly overloaded Internet connection and for other interconnections. It will also not be held liable for any disruptions in the functioning of the Website due to an unauthorised intervention of Users, completely independent of the Service Provider.
  7. If it becomes necessary to make changes and improvements to the system or carry out maintenance works, or in the event of equipment failure, the Service Provider reserves its rights to temporarily interrupt the functioning of the Website. Users will be notified of the above mentioned technical breaks and their duration in a message sent to the email address provided when creating the account or through information posted on the Website.

Article 12
Complaint handling procedure

  1. Complaints concerning the functioning of the Website and Services rendered may be lodged by the User by email to the address: admin@productdojo.io. The Service Provider undertakes to fairly review circumstances of the nonconformity.  
  2. In order to consider a complaint as quickly as possible, the complaint should include a description of the reason for the complaint and data necessary to identify the User, including their address.
  3. The Service Provider will consider a complaint and notify the User of the resolution immediately, however, not later than within 14 (fourteen) days of receipt of the complaint to the email address given by the User when creating the account or by mail to the address provided in the complaint.
  4. The above provisions do not exclude the possibility for the User to assert their rights according to the applicable law.
  5. The User may use out-of-court methods of considering complaints and pursuing claims in accordance with the principles specified on the site uokik.gov.pl in the ‘rozstrzyganie sporów konsumenckich’ (resolving consumer disputes) tab.

Article 13
Final provisions

  1. The use of the Website is based on the cookies technology. Specific information concerning the use of cookies are included in the Privacy Policy and the Cookies Policy.
  2. The Privacy Policy and the Cookies Policy explain how we process personal details and protect privacy of users of our Services.
  3. The Service Provider reserves its right to amend these Regulations for important reasons, in particular:
    1. when such change of the Regulations is necessary due to a change of the provisions of the applicable law or when the Regulations are considered unlawful – accordingly in this regard;
    2. to fulfil the obligation resulting from a valid ruling of the court or a decision of administration authorities;
    3. if the change is necessary due to a change in the service provision method.
  4. All changes come into force on the day of their publication on the Website. Using the Website after the changes come into force, or of its parts, after changes concerning them, means acceptance thereof. The User is authorised to refuse to accept changes by deleting the account or, if the nature of the changes and a given Part of the Website allow it, withdraw from using that Part.
  5. To matters not stipulated thereby, provisions of the applicable law apply.https://productdevelopmentdays.org/