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Notice of Trademark
“The Australian Business Awards” name and logo are registered trademarks.
The Program’s logo may not be used without the prior specific, written permission of the Convenor.
Linking to our Web Site
We welcome links to the Program’s web site.
As content may be updated or moved without notice, you are encouraged to link to our homepage at www.businessawards.com.au.
Providing and maintaining a link to our website content signifies agreement to the conditions of our General Linking Policy.
General Linking Policy
You may link to, but not replicate, content contained on the Program’s web site. The context in which you insert the link must not give your visitors the impression that your site or organisation is endorsed or sponsored by us. All website content is subject to strict copyright conditions. You must not frame, reformat or alter files, forms, pages, information, images and materials from our website.
Our web site must be opened as a new page and not framed, overlaid or otherwise implied to be part of the referring site. Improper use of framing by other sites may be considered as a breach of copyright. This practice misleads visitors to the actual authorship of the framed pages and may be considered a breach of copyright.
You may not use our logo on your website without prior written permission.
You are responsible for routinely checking any links to ensure they remain accurate.
The Program reserves the right to amend this policy or prevent linking by giving notice.