Competition Terms and Conditions

1. Eligibility:
1.1 The competition is open to residents of Ireland aged 18 and above, excluding employees and their immediate families of The Project Foundry, its affiliates, partners, and anyone professionally connected with the competition.

2. How to Enter:
2.1 Entry is allowed solely at the Project Foundry Display booth at the Smart Health Summit, Croke Park, 12th Sept 2023.

3. Prize:
3.1  The Prizes are a Fitbit Sense 2 (1st) and a Fitbit Versa 4 (2nd)
3.2 The prize is non-transferable, non-exchangeable, and no cash alternative will be offered.

4. Winner Selection:
4.1 The winners will be selected by a random draw.
4.2 The decision of the judges or the random draw is final, and no correspondence will be entered into.

5. Winner Notification:
5.1 The winners will be notified via email within 14 days of the competition closing date.
5.2 If a winner cannot be contacted or does not claim the prize within 14 days of notification, we reserve the right to withdraw the prize from the winner and pick a replacement winner.

6. Publicity:
6.1 By entering the competition, participants agree to allow The Project Foundry to use their name and entry for promotional purposes, including on social media, website, and other marketing materials.

7. Data Protection:
7.1 Any personal data provided by participants will be used solely for the purposes of administering the competition and will not be shared with third parties without the participant’s consent.

8. Disqualification:
8.1 The Project Foundry reserves the right to disqualify any participant found to be tampering with the entry process, engaging in any fraudulent activity, or violating these terms and conditions.

9. Changes and Cancellation:
9.1 The Project Foundry reserves the right to amend, alter, or cancel the competition at any time, including these terms and conditions, without prior notice.

10. Governing Law:
10.1 These terms and conditions are governed by Irish law, and any disputes arising in connection with the competition shall be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the Irish courts.