In the event of a conflict between the various documents constituting this agreement between the parties, the following order of priority applies: 13.1 This agreement contains the entire agreement and agreement between the parties and replaces all previous agreements, agreements or agreements (both oral and written) relating to the purpose of this agreement. (i) if the date of the new event is 12 months or less from the original event date, the promoter is deemed to accept the new date of the event and the promoter is not entitled to terminate the contract or apply the sponsorship fee to another Emap Publishing Limited event; or to avoid any doubt if the sponsor decides to apply the sponsorship fee to another Emap Publishing Limited event, Emap Publishing Limited cannot guarantee that the elbe sponsorship benefit will be made available for the same sponsorship fee. Unless the parties agree otherwise and specified in the sponsorship agreement, the sponsorship fee is paid by the promoter within 30 days of the date of the billing of these taxes. If the promoter has agreed to a shorter payment period for the payment of the taxes (or part of them) and has included it in the sponsorship contract, this shorter period applies. In all cases, the fee must be paid at least 90 days before the start of the event. Time is essential for paying fees. Sponsorship sales require a clear agreement with defined roles and responsibilities to succeed. As a marketing tool, you can connect to the right brands and products to improve your relationship with your audience, while connecting with your audience, members, fans or donors. Events bring you into the community to create moments of experience that help raise brand awareness, while sponsorship helps create credibility and much-needed funding. The organizer is exempt from its obligations under this agreement if it is impossible to organize the event by the organizer, to fulfil any of its essential obligations arising from this agreement by the organizer and/or the participation of sponsors and/or another sponsor and/or visitor to the event, illegally or materially or materially, for whatever reason or reason; which are outside the appropriate control of the organizer or organizers of the venue, including, but not limited to, one of the following acts: act of God, act of state, war, fire, flood, explosion, unrest, armed hostilities, terrorist act, revolution, blockade, embargo, strike, strike, sit-in, sit-in, industrial or commercial, weather, disease, danger to public health, accident or failure of facilities lack of equipment, work, transportation, electricity or other supplies, regulatory interventions, general advice or recommendations of a government (including a government authority or department), the regulator or the international agency against travel, events and/or public meetings, or the venue of the event becomes unavailable and/or unsuitable for occupation and/or use (“force majeure”).