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Asia Pacific Cycling Conference (APCC) Delegate Pass: 


The Delegate Pass grants access to all sessions, refreshment breaks, networking lunches, networking drinks reception, and approved speaker presentations. Each delegate pass is valid for one person only, and passes cannot be shared. The organisers reserve the right to deny entry to anyone not registered. 


Payment & Discounts: 


Only one promotional discount code can be applied per registrant. Prices and promotions are valid at the time of purchase and cannot be redeemed afterward. 


Organisers' Rights: 


The organisers strive to ensure the accuracy of the conference program and speaker lineup, but unforeseen circumstances may lead to program alterations or event cancellations/postponements. We reserve the right to deny access to individuals engaged in unprofessional practices. Delegates grant permission for the use of their image/likeness in promotional materials. 


Cancellation Policy: 


There is no strict cancellation policy; however, tickets are transferable for delegates who opt to make changes. 


Event Delivery: 


In case of government restrictions, the event may be delivered entirely digital or in person. Pass holders can move registration or receive credit for the next edition in such cases. 


Privacy Disclosure: 


Information collected during registration is kept confidential and may be used for future event notifications, product development, and service offerings by AusCycling. Contact if you prefer not to be contacted.  




Attendees should not come to a venue if unwell, or displaying COVID-19 symptoms. 




Asia Pacific Cycling Conference Privacy Policy 


Asia Pacific Cycling Conference is owned by AusCycling Limited, and below is the conference Privacy Policy (APCC) (“we, us, our”) which operates alongside the websites associated with this page. 




This Privacy Policy pertains to all personal information gathered by Asia Pacific Cycling Conference Privacy Policy through the websites it manages. We are dedicated to safeguarding the privacy and security of your personal information, adhering to the Australian Privacy Principles under the Privacy Act 1988 (Cth) (“APPs”), and other applicable laws governing our activities. 




We may collect personal information in the following ways: 


a. During your use of our website, including any personal information inputted into the website. We also collect cookies from your computer to understand your website usage and enhance your experience; 


b. Upon registration of your details for event attendance purposes; 


c. When you register your interest in receiving additional information about an event; and/or 


d. Any other information intentionally sent by you to APCC. 


The purpose of collecting personal information is to provide you with optimal service. While some personal information provision is optional, not providing certain types may limit your ability to fully enjoy the website's functionality or receive information directly. 


APCC uses your personal information to: 


e. Identify you for service provision; 


f. Administer our services and events; 


g. Collect payments and/or for credit control purposes; 


h. Enhance the services and inform you of improvements or changes; 


i. Market offers under the APCC program; 


j. Comply with legal obligations. 


We do not disclose collected personal information to third parties without your consent. However, we may share information with service providers assisting us, such as sales, credit collection, help desk, and support services. 


APCC may collect and share non-personal information about your website browsing behaviour with third parties for marketing and development purposes. 


We commit to maintaining the accuracy, completeness, and currency of all personal and non-personal information we collect. 




We take reasonable steps to protect the security of the personal information we hold, employing measures for both electronic and hard copy materials. 


APCC acknowledges the internet's inherent security risks. If you choose to send information, including your email address, via the internet, it is at your own risk. 




We typically disclose personal information to our service providers supporting website operations. Disclosure to an unrelated third party requires your consent. 




As per National Privacy Principle 6, you can access and correct your personal information under certain circumstances. Contact us using the provided details for access requests. 




Our websites may include links to external third-party websites. These sites have their own privacy statements, and we recommend reviewing them. Please note that third-party websites are not governed by this policy. 

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