ASSIGNMENT AND WAIVER OF RIGHTS
By entering the Tibetan Innovation Challenge, authors of each submitted plan agree to allow use of all elements of their plans to the Tibetan refugees; however, they and their home institution(s) will receive credit and recognition in any publicity and media coverage. The winning team’s business plan may be the foundation of a new business venture in a Tibetan refugee camp, to be partially financed by the Tibet House in London and The Art of Peace Foundation. The winning team may have the opportunity to travel to India at their own expense at a later date to visit the refugee camp and meet the people who will be implementing the winning plan. Tibetan refugees will be able to implement any of the plans submitted.
Participants grant the University of Rochester and its respective employees, agents, and assigns a perpetual, worldwide, royalty-free, non-exclusive, and unconditional license to edit, modify, reproduce, copy, transmit, publish, post, broadcast, display, adapt and/or use or reuse their submitted plans, any materials submitted or prepared for use in the Tibetan Innovation Challenge, their names, images, voices, likenesses, statements, background and biographical information in any and all media (including but not limited to print, electronic, video, digital, radio, television, internet, etc.) for publicity, promotion, advertising, fundraising, administrative, academic or educational purposes.