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New Terms and Conditions 2013 Co-Marketing Workshop in Prague. September 04, 2013. AGENDA. Intro to the new T&C’s design and structure - Non-Event spending categories

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New terms and conditions 2013 co marketing workshop in prague

New Terms and Conditions 2013

Co-Marketing Workshop in Prague

September 04, 2013


Agenda

AGENDA

  • Intro to the new T&C’s design and structure

    - Non-Event spending categories

    - Event spending categories

    - Enablement spending categories

  • Expense Limits

  • Expenses -Non-reimbursable

    - Actions/expenses that cause entire claim to be ineligible

  • Good to remember…

  • Key aspects of successful claiming


Co marketing t c s for gmu effective august 2013

Co-Marketing T&C’s for GMU, effective August 2013

NON-Event Demand Generation Campaigns

In CMC world Multi-touchspending

category does not exit any longer

  • Advertising

  • Digital / Internet Marketing

  • Direct Marketing


Co marketing t c s for gmu effective august 20131

Co-Marketing T&C’s for GMU, effective August 2013

NON-Event Demand Generation Campaigns

  • Telemarketing

  • Marketing Consultation


Co marketing t c s for gmu effective august 20132

Co-Marketing T&C’s for GMU, effective August 2013

EVENT Demand Generation Campaigns – 3 spending categories

  • Customer Conference

  • Marketing Seminar

  • Trade show

Advertising, Direct Marketing, Digital/Internet Marketing andTelemarketing

can be submitted as part of Event activity if main campaign purpose is to drive attendance at an event.


Co marketing t c s for gmu effective august 20133

Co-Marketing T&C’s for GMU, effective August 2013

  • Limited Use Categories: ENABLEMENT Spending Categories (Depends on Incentive offering & Program owner)

  • Demo & Loaner program: Certain types of demonstration equipment may be funded by sponsoring organizations.

  • Education / Certification: Education and training provided by IBM or an approved vendor to develop IBM product-related or business skills for the Business Partner. Reimbursement is contingent upon the BP’s successful completion of the course or certification.

  • Enablement: Education and training provided by VAD for two or more Business Partners.

  • Innovation Centers: Costs for creating and maintaining an Innovation Center, including set-up maintenance and facility expenses.

  • Personnel Salaries: Labor costs for incremental or temporary staff dedicated solely to following specific IBM activities.


Online event certification event eligibility statement at claim submission for gmu

Online Event Certification (Event Eligibility statement) at Claim submission for GMU

This text will be displayed for Event Categories,

such as Customer Conference, Marketing Seminars and Trade Shows


Limits

LIMITS

Per MAR & per person limits continue to be in place for:

Meals/refreshments(including alcohol if allowed in accordance with local laws)

Allowable if the meals/refreshments are integral elements of a marketing campaign, are reasonable and customary in amount and frequency and the expenses are within the per-person (per DAY and per-MAR limits

Meals/refreshments must be offered immediately before or immediately after an event and served at the Business Venue where an event occurred in conjunction with a business meeting.

Gifts, including promotional merchandise

Blocks, pens and other stationary used during campaign are not considered as gifts therefore not counted towards gift limit.

Allowable if the gifts are of nominal value and the associated expenses are within the per-person and per-MAR, even if IBM is not reimbursing those expenses.

Local ground transportation

Allowable if Business Partner arranges the transportation as a courtesy to transport attendees to a local marketing event and the expenses are within the per-MAR limit even if IBM is not reimbursing those expenses.

External speakers

Allowable for external speakers (excluding GOE Employee, IBM employee and Business Partner customer or prospective customer employee speakers), if the expenses are reasonable and customary in amount and frequency and within the per-MAR limit in Section 5.0, Spending Limits, even if IBM is not reimbursing those expenses.

IBM will not reimburse travel/lodging expenses for speakers. If those expenses are not itemized in an invoice, then Business Partner will contact the speaker to identify them and will not seek reimbursement of the expenses from IBM.


Expenses i

EXPENSES I.

Non- Reimbursable Expenses:

A. Sales incentives

B. Advertorials (advertising presented in an editorial format)

C. Business Partner salaries for staff to support marketing efforts, except where explicitly permitted by an Incentive Offering. Where Business Partner staff salaries are reimbursable per an IO, the following remain non-reimbursable expenses: recruitment fees, benefits and overhead costs associated with staff, as well as costs of existing resources for demand generation activities (e.g., costs for sales teams used for telemarketing)

D. Services, capital equipment or equipment used in routine business operations, such as furnishings, telephone equipment, corporate signage or company stationery

E. Demonstration equipment or equipment such as personal computers, laptops, monitors or visual aid products

F. Fees to purchase a Conference Pass to attend an IBM event (other than those fees Business Partner pays for a Sponsorship Package that includes Conference Passes)

G. Sponsorship fees that a Business Partner charges to IBM for IBM participation in a Business Partner-led event (for clarity, Business Partner may not use co-marketing funds to cover such fees; rather, if IBM wishes to participate in the event, it will pay the fees directly)

H. Travel, including lodging, living (such as per diems) and transportation (such as flights and taxi fares)

I. Gift cards

J. Marketing tactics involving competitive products and technologies, in the absence of IBM’s pre-approval to engage in such tactics

IBM will NOT deny an entire claim because Business Partner incurs a non-

reimbursable expense.


Expenses ii

EXPENSES II.

Actions/Expenses that cause an entire Claim to be ineligible

A. Conduct that violates, or that IBM reasonably believes violates, (a) any applicable laws, including local or agency government regulations or ethics policies, as well as anti-bribery laws (such as the U.S. Foreign Corrupt Practices Act) or (b) any of the terms of the Agreement, including the Business Partner Code of Conduct and these Terms and Conditions*

B. Providing cash or any cash equivalent to any participant in a marketing tactic

C. Inviting or permitting family or guests of a customer or prospective customer employee to participate in a marketing tactic or paying any expenses of such family or guests in connection with a marketing tactic

D. Paying speaker fees to a GOE Employee

E. Providing entertainment or any other follow-on, satellite/surround activities in connection with an event

F. Directly or indirectly paying or requiring the payment of an entrance fee for a ticket, pass, registration or otherwise at an event or in connection with any follow-on, satellite/surround activity to an event

G. Holding an event or any follow-on, satellite/surround activity to an event in a non-Business Venue (including, for example, a sporting arena, concert venue, amusement or theme park, bar, nightclub or hotel/cocktail reception area)6

H. Providing a gift card to any participant in a marketing tactic that is convertible to cash or equivalent to cash, such as a debit or credit-card

I. Making available, participating in or otherwise sponsoring a raffle, sweepstakes, lottery, contest or other game of chance

J. Paying for a sponsorship at an event that is hosted by or for the benefit of a not-for-profit organization, in the absence of prior approval from IBM’s Corporate Citizenship and Corporate Affairs group

IBM would reserve the right to deny an entire claim, not just a portion of it.

IBM will NOT deny an entire claim because Business Partner incurs a non-reimbursable expense.


Good to remember

GOOD to remember…

Activity Descriptions and Cost Estimates:

All events require detailed activity descriptions and cost estimates for any planned meals/refreshments, gifts, local ground

transportation and speakers. IBM will not reimburse a claim for any expense category where Business Partner provided a

,,zero,, estimates for that category.

Per-Person Limits:

All per-person business amenity limits set are “not to exceed” amounts (i.e., Business Partner may not expend greater

amounts for those business amenities, even from its own separate funds).

Submission of all related tactics under one MAR:

Business Partner agrees to include all related marketing tactics in the same MAR. For example, where Business Partner

uses Advertising and Internet Marketing to drive attendance at a trade show, the Advertising, Internet Marketing and

trade show are all related marketing tactics, and should be included in the same MAR. The per-person limit applies for all

of the marketing tactics covered by a MAR, not separately for each tactic.

Business Venue:

A briefing center, conference center, exhibit hall or a restaurant with a separate private meeting room, where the

restaurant and meeting room are each appropriate for a business meeting.

Tradeshow Sponsorships:

For IBM tradeshows, Business Partners can sponsor IBM arranged and pre-approved coffee / dessert breaks, meals

and Receptions

For third party trade shows, Business Partners can sponsor ONLY coffee / dessert breaks

Conference Passes:

For 3rd party tradeshows, conference passes must be used by the Business Partner employees or returned to the event

organizer. Conference passes cannot be given to IBM employees or clients!


General requirements for claim supporting documentation

General requirements for claim supporting documentation


Look how easy the claiming process is

Look how easy the claiming process is ;-))


New terms and conditions 2013 co marketing workshop in prague

Tak, a jak to vše vypadá v praxi ;-))?

US Claim: IMCA13003393


New terms and conditions 2013 co marketing workshop in prague

Ďekujeme Vám za pozornost a těšíme se na vaše hezké České CMC claimy ;-))


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