Terms & Conditions

•1.“Nominations” for the ‘Inspiration Awards’ for women 2014. ") is promoted by the ‘Inspiration Awards’ for women, Skylet Andrew Limited whose contact address is 78 York Street, London W1W 5QA (the "Promoter") and who operates the ‘Inspiration Awards’ for women website "www.inspirationawards.co.uk" (the "Website").
•“Nominations Period”. The nominations period for the public will be from Tuesday 2nd April 2014 until Sunday 14th July 2014. Nominations received after this period ( for whatever reason ) will not be valid.
•“Nominations Length” Nominations should be no longer than 150 words nominations that are more than 150 words may not be accepted.

•2. This vote (the "Vote") is promoted by the ‘Inspiration Awards’ for women, Skylet Andrew Limited whose contact address is 78 York Street, London W1W 5QA (the "Promoter") and who operates the ‘Inspiration Awards’ for women website "www.inspirationawards.co.uk" (the "Website").

•3. You may cast your vote via the Website by registering and following the instructions to vote. NO PURCHASE OF ANY SORT IS NECESSARY and there is no charge to enter the Website. There are no alternative online voting methods for the public.
•Please note that the public vote will contribute to the overall outcome in the following manner:
•The nominee that receives the most votes online in each category will get ‘2’ votes and the judges will each have 1 vote for their favourite nomination. There are 12-16 judges who have been part of compiling the nomination shortlist for the online voting.
•Each judge can only vote for a nominee they did not nominate at the first meeting.

•4. You may only vote once in each category.

•5. Vote Period. The Vote will open and be promoted on the Website from Monday 22nd July 2014 until the vote closes on Monday 29th September 2014 ("the Vote Period"). The Vote Period. Any votes received outside of the Vote Period (for whatever reason) will be invalid.

•6. The Vote Procedure:
•Nominations ( Shortlists ): The nominations shortlists for each category will be decided by 12-16 elected judges by Sunday 21st July 2014.
•Online Voting: Monday 22nd July 2014; The nominees are officially announced on www.inspirationawards.co.uk (“the website”) and the public can vote until Monday 29th September 2014.
•Winners: The winners for each online category will be decided by Monday 29th  September 2014; Each Judge will have 1 vote for each online category nominee.
•The winners will be determined by the total votes from the judges plus ‘2’ votes given to the winner of the online vote.
• In the event of a tie, the winner of the online vote will be given preference.

•7. The Winners Announcement: The winners will be announced at the ‘Inspiration Awards’ for women on Wednesday 2nd October 2014 at the Cadogan Hall, 5 Sloane Terrace, Chelsea, London SW1 9DQ. (the ‘Inspiration Awards’ for women).
•The Awards: There will be a total of 18 awards presented to the winners of which 8 are available to this online vote.
•The ‘Lifetime Achievement’, ‘Next Generation’ ‘Inspirational Determination’ and ‘Inspirational Achievement’ awards will be decided solely by the judging panel.

•The 9 awards available to this online vote are:
•Most Inspirational Celebrity, Most Inspirational ( Non-Celebrity )
•Most Aspirational Celebrity, Most Aspirational ( Non-Celebrity )
•Style & Elegance
•Inspirational Teacher
• Inspirational Student
•Inspirational Fundraiser
• Next Generation

•8. Restrictions on Entry. The eligibility of any voter for this online vote is at the sole discretion of the Promoter. Employees and their families or the agents of the Promoter or any of its associated companies are not eligible to enter the Vote. Any entry will be void if the ‘Promoter’ of this online vote deems it incomplete, illegible or has been made by an ineligible person. The The ‘Promoter’ reserves the right to discount votes if it has reasonable grounds to believe that votes have been cast in a fraudulent, misrepresentative or illegal manner (including bulk voting).

•9. Awards Criteria: The criteria of the awards can be found on the promoter’s awards website. 

•10. State of Votes The Promoter accepts no responsibility or liability for any error, omission, interruption, deletion, defect, delay in operation or transmission, communications line failure, theft, destruction, alteration of, or unauthorised access to votes, or votes lost, incomplete or delayed whether or not arising during operation or transmission as a result of server functions, virus, bugs or other causes outside its control. All lost, damaged or incomplete votes will be deemed invalid. Proof of vote shall not be proof of delivery or receipt. Only votes received in accordance with these terms and conditions will be acceptable.

•11. Terms and Conditions By entering the “Nominations” and the “Vote”, all nominators and voters are deemed to accept these terms and conditions. The ‘Promoter’ may, at its sole discretion, change the dates of the “Nominations” and “Vote” Period, or any other of these terms and conditions. Any changes to these terms and conditions will be posted on the relevant part of the Promoter's website and it is the responsibility of voters to check for any such changes. The Promoter may at any time suspend, withdraw or re-set “Nominations” and “Voting” at its sole discretion.

•12. Data Protection and Privacy The‘Promoter’ or its associated companies will keep details of all entrants to the Vote on a database. By entering the Vote entrants allow the Promoter and its associated companies to use this information and to pass this information to other relevant third parties (such as prize fulfilment houses) to enable the processing of this Vote and, where the entrant has given the requisite consent, to send information about the promoter’s products and services and/or to share this information with other companies, in order that the entrant may be sent details of those companies' goods and services by email, post and SMS. Any personal data relating to voters will be used solely in accordance with current UK data protection legislation and voters acknowledge that they have read and agreed to the Promoter's Privacy Policy.

•13. Rights in Vote. On submitting a vote, each voter irrevocably and exclusively grants and assigns to the Promoter with full title guarantee the entire copyright and all other rights of whatever nature in his/her entry for the full duration of such rights throughout the world.

•14. Exclusion of Liability. Other than for death or personal injury arising from negligence of the Promoter, and to the maximum extent permitted by law, the Promoter hereby excludes all liability for any loss, damage, cost and expense, whether direct or indirect, howsoever caused to or suffered by any person in connection with the Vote.

•15. Governing Law. These terms and conditions are governed by and construed and performed in accordance with the laws of England and Wales, whose courts shall be the courts of exclusive jurisdiction