Spark Lab Terms and Conditions

Digital Workshops

The following terms apply to Digital Workshops only.

  1. Registrations for Digital Workshops open on 6 June 2019 via the Spark Lab website. Registration for each regional workshop closes 24 hours prior to the start of the workshop. 
  2. Entrants must fill in all fields in the registration form from Spark Lab. Information provided in the form must be accurate. Only one entry per person. 
  3. Workshops are hosted by Spark Lab and Spark Business Hubs throughout New Zealand. Places at each workshop are limited and subject to Hub Manager approval.
  4. Eligible participants must be Spark customers.
  5. Successful registrants will receive a place at a Digital Workshop hosted by Spark Lab and Stuart Dillon-Roberts. 
  6. Following are the dates and locations for the workshops: 
    1. Timaru, 12 June 2019
    2. Rotorua, 27 June 2019
    3. Dunedin, 24 July 2019
    4. Wellington, 8 August 2019
    5. Nelson, 22 August 2019
    6. Waitakere, 12 September 2019
    7. Invercargill, 16 October 2019
    8. East Tamaki, 23 October 2019
    9. Queenstown, date to be confirmed
  7. Each workshop has 10 places, valued at $500 each. 
  8. Spark accepts no responsibility or liability for any participant’s enjoyment of the workshop, or any other costs and expenses (including without limitation travel costs) that may be incurred by the participant relating to the workshop or the participant's enjoyment of the workshop. 
  9. All valid registrations received by the closing date will be considered by Spark Business Hub managers for selection as potential attendees. All late and/or incomplete entries will be deemed invalid.
  10. Selection decisions are final, and no further correspondence will be entered into. The successful applicants will be notified in person, by phone or by email 10 days prior to the selected workshop. If we are unable to contact you or do not hear back from you within 3 days of contacting you, we may choose another applicant in your place. 
  11. Spark is not responsible or liable for any late, lost or misdirected entries. Nor is Spark responsible for any problems or technical malfunction which may result in delay or failure to enter you into the draw.

Business Mentoring Programme

The following terms apply to the Business Mentoring Programme only.

  1. Applications close at 5pm on 29 May 2019.
  2. Entrants must fill in all fields in the entry form on the Spark Lab website. Information provided in the form must be accurate. Only one entry per business. Spark Business customers only. This opportunity is not open to Spark (and Spark related company) employees.
  3. Successful applicants will receive sixteen hours of one-on-one mentoring with Frances Valintine over a twelve-week period.
  4. All valid applications received by 5pm on 29 May 2019 will be considered for selection as one of up to three successful applicants. Depending on the number of suitable applications, less than three businesses may be selected. All late entries are deemed invalid.
  5. Successful applicants will be selected by Spark and Frances. Selection decisions are final, and no further correspondence will be entered into. The successful applicants will be notified in person, by phone or by email between 29 May and 3 June 2019. If we are unable to contact you or do not hear back from you in this window, we may choose another applicant in your place.
  6. Spark is not responsible or liable for any late, lost or misdirected entries. Nor is Spark responsible for any problems or technical issues which may result in delay or failure to enter.
  7. Spark may retain a copy of your application so that we can refine and develop our mentoring programme and similar initiatives, and better understand our business customers. To the extent that the law permits, we won’t share this with anyone without getting your permission first.
  8. You agree that your application doesn’t contain anything that breaches another person’s legal rights (for example, someone else’s confidence or copyright).
  9. Successful applicants will need to agree to the terms for successful applicants (see below).
  1. Successful applicants will need to be prepared to meet with Frances at a time that works for both you and Frances for 16 hours throughout the twelve-week period (10 June – 30 August 2019). Meetings can be in person or via video call.
  2. By accepting mentorship, your business will be entering into a direct relationship with Frances. Note that Frances Valintine’s consultation terms will apply. Spark is not responsible for advice given to you.
  3. You are responsible for meeting your own costs and expenses in relation to working with Frances, including any travel costs.

Future of the Future

The following terms apply to the 15 August 2019 Ticket Giveaway only.

  1. This competition commences on 1 July 2019 and ends at 4pm on 29 July 2019.
  2. Entrants must fill in all fields in the entry form on Spark Lab. Information provided in the form must be accurate. Only one entry per person. 
  3. Eligible entrants must be Spark customers. 
  4. Each prize-winner will receive a double pass to attend the Future of the Future event. The event will be presented by Spark Lab on 15 August 2019 in Auckland. Twenty double passes are available for giveaway.
  5. Spark accepts no responsibility or liability for any prize winner’s enjoyment of any prize, or any other costs and expenses (including without limitation travel costs) that may be incurred by the prize winner relating to the prize or the winner’s enjoyment of that prize. 
  6. All valid entries received by 4pm on 29 July 2019 will be considered by Spark for selection as a potential winner. All late entries will be deemed invalid. 
  7. Selection decisions are final, and no further correspondence will be entered into. The successful applicants will be notified by phone or by email between 29 July 2019 and 31 August 2019. If we are unable to contact you or do not hear back from you in this window, we may choose another applicant in your place. 
  8. Spark is not responsible or liable for any late, lost or misdirected entries. Nor is Spark responsible for any problems or technical malfunction which may result in delay or failure to enter you into the draw.

The following terms apply to the Ian Spalter Ticket Giveaway only.

  1. This competition commences on 2 May 2019 and ends at 4pm on 14 May 2019. 
  2. Entrants must fill in all fields in the entry form on Spark Lab. Information provided in the form must be accurate. Only one entry per person. 
  3. Eligible entrants must be Spark Business customers. 
  4. Each prize-winner will receive a double pass to attend the Future of the Future event. The event will be presented by Spark Lab on 22 May 2019 in Auckland. Fifteen double passes are available for giveaway.
  5. Spark accepts no responsibility or liability for any prize winner’s enjoyment of any prize, or any other costs and expenses (including without limitation travel costs) that may be incurred by the prize winner relating to the prize or the winner’s enjoyment of that prize. 
  6. All valid entries received by 4pm on 14 May 2019 will be considered by Spark for selection as a potential winner. All late entries will be deemed invalid. 
  7. Selection decisions are final, and no further correspondence will be entered into. The successful applicants will be notified in person, by phone or by email between 14 May and 17 May 2019. If we are unable to contact you or do not hear back from you in this window, we may choose another applicant in your place. 
  8. Spark is not responsible or liable for any late, lost or misdirected entries. Nor is Spark responsible for any problems or technical malfunction which may result in delay or failure to enter you into the draw.