EEA Terms and Conditions

By registering your entry for the Ethical Enterprise Award (EEA) you are accepting the terms and conditions of entry.

1 Entry to the EEA is open to Australian registered businesses or organisations only.

2 Entry must be made by the ethical enterprise entering the award (no third party nominations).

3 Only one entry per enterprise will be allowed.

4 Prizes cannot be interchanged or exchanged.

5 The decision of the judging panel is final and cannot be appealed or contested.

6 Entry to this award opens on the 1st of July 2017 and closes on 1st of September 2017 at 5.00pm.

7 All entries are free.

8 Entries are for ethical enterprises that have been in operation in 2016/2017 and are 18 months or older.

9 To enter the award, the EEA Application Form must be completed and returned to Moral Fairground. Incomplete entries will not be considered.

10 Past applicants are entitled to re-enter the award, but a new application will need to be completed.

11 Past winners are entitled to re-enter the award but the reason for entry will need to differ from the winning entry. For example, it would need to be for a separate program or initiative.

12 Moral Fairground reserves the right to request additional information, ask for additional referees, contact referees and verify the validity of the entries.

13 EEA applicants grant to Moral Fairground a non-exclusive royalty-free licence to use trademarks, logos and branding for the purpose of EEA marketing and branding.

14 Each EEA applicant warrants that it owns the trademarks, logo, branding and photos provided to Moral Fairground and have the right to licence, use and publish this material in accordance with this Agreement.

Using the EEA artwork

The winner will have permission to use the EEA logo on their marketing material and collateral. The Ethical Enterprise Award is the intellectual property of:
Moral Fairground Pty Ltd, Unit 9/1 Heller Street, Brunswick Vic 3056
ABN 36 134 046 816