Terms & conditions

Terms & conditions

1. About Terms and Conditions
By using www.wellbeingtourism.com you agree to these Terms and Conditions.
These Terms and Conditions acts as legal contracts between Linnaeus University (Lnu) who is hosting the project SB WELL and its associated organization Wellbeing International, and is therefore responsible for this website, and you as a company (“The Company”) or organization that chooses to become part of the wellbeing tourism brand Homeofwellbeing. You herby have the opportunity to store information about you and your business in our database and have parts of this information published on our wellbeing Atlas. Note that these Terms and Conditions may be changed and updated at any given time but as a rule they will not be applied retroactively.

2. Owner

Linnaeus University (org. nr: 202100-6271) through the organization Wellbeing international is the owner of www.wellbeingtourism.com, and its national subpages.

3. EU-project

This website is initiated by an EU-project. The webpage www.wellbeingtourism.com, its national subpages, and any urls directing to this main page, are a part of the project “Wellbeing Tourism in the South Baltic Region – Guidelines for good practices & Promotion” financed European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) under the Interreg South Baltic Programme 2014–2020 and hosted by the Linnaeus university, Sweden. The project provides support for business development by providing educational materials and information on the educational pages of the website.

4. Disclaimer

The Company contents on this website are the sole responsibility of the Companies providing information, and can in no way be taken to reflect the views of the European Union, the Managing Authority, the Linnaeus university, Wellbeing international, the project partner organizations of the SB WELL project, or the Joint Secretariat of the Interreg South Baltic Programme 2014-2020.

5. The Company’s obligations

The Company is solely responsible for ensuring that the information provided about the Company is correct, and that the description of their business agrees with the offers and the service the Company provide. The Company have full rights to the texts and pictures/images they publish on the website. The Company follow the law on GDPR so that the people depicted in the pictures have signed their consent to publication.

The Company, as the informant, am solely responsible for any misuse of information and will be held responsible for various sanctions such as injunctions, economic compensation and other damages, seizure and imprisonment. The project “Wellbeing Tourism in the South Baltic Region – Guidelines for good practices & Promotion”, any of the project partners, the associated organization, the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) under the Interreg South Baltic Programme 2014–2020 or Linnaeus University will not take any responsibility for this.

The Company who is adding the content owns it and has full right to all text and photos. It is the Informants responsibility to fully understand the meaning of, and own full copyrights © of all text and photo/images they provide. 

The Company may only use images of real people without violating privacy and publicity rights.

The Company commit to develop their business according to the criteria for wellbeing tourism (available on the Company pages on the website). The Company commit to communicate on this website referred to as ‘wellbeing Atlas’ (www.wellbeingtourism.com) according to the wellbeing communication & SB WELL communication plan (available on the hosting pages for Companies on the website).

The Company agree to have their company or the part of their company that is displayed on the website to be rated/evaluated by website users/visitors.

The Company agree to that part of their information or the full profile may be deleted from the website if the content and business is not in line with wellbeing tourism and/or does not fulfil at least the base criteria for wellbeing tourism (available on the hosting pages for Companies on the website).

6. Liability

Each Party assumes all liability for any loss, damage or injury to third parties resulting from such Party’s actions and performance under these Terms and Conditions. Each Party shall remain responsible for the acts of its employees, contractors and agents. 

No Party shall be liable to any other Party for any indirect or consequential loss or similar damage such as, but not limited to, loss of profit, loss of revenue, loss of contracts or loss of goodwill. These limitations of liability shall not apply in the case of damage caused by a willful act or gross negligence.

Each Party is solely responsible to ensure that all necessary intellectual property rights to any and all information and materials provided under the Project, including but not limited to information and materials entered into the Database, have been obtained and that not third-party intellectual property rights hinder the use of such information and materials in accordance with the provisions of this Agreement. A Party shall indemnify, defend and hold harmless all other Parties from and against claims, damages, losses and expenses, including but not limited to costs for legal proceedings, arising out of or resulting from claims made by third parties with regard to infringement of third-party intellectual property rights in any information and materials provided by such Party. Such liability shall however not include liability for indirect or consequential loss or damage.

The Parties agree that, where a Party, after the provision of information and materials under the Project, becomes aware of third-party intellectual property rights that may hinder the use of such information and materials, such Party shall immediately inform the other Parties and the Parties shall cooperate to limit the damage to the Project on account of such third party intellectual property rights. 

No claims can be made for any loss or damage due to the website being down and not working for whatever reason.

The terms of this Agreement shall not be construed to amend or limit any Party’s non-contractual liability.

7. Disputes

Disputes arising out of these Terms and Conditions shall be settled through direct negotiation between the Parties. If the negotiation does not lead to a settlement within reasonable time, then the dispute shall be finally settled by a public court. 

These Terms and Conditions shall be governed by Swedish law.