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Which is exactly what GTNF 2010 is all about. As well as networking, deal-making, socializing, touring, enjoying. What better place to enjoy than the seductive garden city of Bangalore with its superb climate and unequalled hospitality.
Fun, provocative, informative and productive. That is the formula for the most important tobacco event this year. Make sure it is in your diary: GTNF 2010, October 4-8, 2010, Bangalore, India.
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GTNF 2010 BANGALORE – CODE OF CONDUCT
The Global Tobacco Networking Forum was created to facilitate open and free dialogue between delegates.
The freedom to express, at times, contradicting opinions and views without concerns about attribution or retribution is the main objective of all GTNF forums, workshops and presentations. In order to encourage effective dialogue, we are asking all delegates to observe these fundamental rules and courtesies:
- Absolutely no part of any forum, panel discussion or workshop should be audio- or video-taped or reproduced, in whole or in part, in any document, documentary or record of any GTNF-related event, whether for personal or professional use.
- Written note-taking should be limited to basic ideas and points, and no ideas, concepts or direct quote should be attributed, either directly or indirectly, to any specific particpant or observer.
- No material should be published, in whole or in part, based on any sessions or discussions held during the GTNF (although any papers, publications or books already in the public domain or handed out during the event may be republished with prior permission of the author and in accordance with all international laws of copyright).
- No GTNF participants should be quoted or paraphrased outside of the GTNF.
- No unofficial photographs should be taken of anyone participating in, or any presentations made within, any GTNF event.
- If a participant wants to pursue any details or concepts arising from any of the sessions, they are invited to take advantage of appropriate opportunities to introduce themselves and speak with fellow delegates during breaks or meals.
- Tobacco Reporter reserves the right to deny access to GTNF 2010 to anyone not prepared to adhere to these rules of engagement, or to anyone deemed by Tobacco Reporter to be in violation of these rules at any time without explanation or prior warning.