Publicity terms for the app challenge

1.1        PUBLICITY — PROMOTING THE PRIZE — VISIBILITY OF EU FUNDING

1.1.1       Publicity by the winners

Both finalists and winners must promote the prize and its results, by providing targeted information to multiple audiences (including the media and the public) in a strategic and effective manner.

Unless the jury requests or agrees otherwise or unless it is impossible, any communication activity related to the action (including in electronic form, via social media, etc.) must:

  1. (a) display PLUGGY’s logo and
  2. (a)  display the EU emblem and
  3. (c)  include the following text:

“Xxxxxxx [name of the applicant] was finalist for/winner of PLUGGY’s App Challenge, which has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 726765”.

When displayed together with another logo, the PLUGGY logo and EU emblem must have appropriate prominence.

For the purposes of their obligations, the finalists and winners may use the EU emblem without first obtaining approval from the Commission.

This does not, however, give it the right to exclusive use.

Moreover, they may not appropriate the EU emblem or any similar trademark or logo, either by registration or by any other means.

1.1.2      Publicity by PLUGGY and the Commission

PLUGGY and the Commission may use, for its communication and publicising activities, information relating to the action, documents notably summaries for publication as well as any other material, such as pictures or audio-visual material that it receives from the participants (including in electronic form), especially to the extent that such information and documents are able to promote the replication of the solution.

PLUGGY and the Commission might publish the name of both the finalists and the winners, their origin, the amount of the prize and its nature and purpose — unless they have requested to waive this publication (because disclosure risks threatening its security and safety or harm its commercial interest).

Photos and videos taken by PLUGGY either in preparation of the award ceremony or during the award ceremony are the sole property of the Commission.