CXO Board Membership Terms and Conditions

1. Application for CXO Board Membership:
CXO Board is by invitation-only.  All invited professionals are eligible for Membership upon approval from Strativity Group.

2. CXO Board Member Privileges:
All Members are eligible to:
i. Attend CXO Board events meetings
ii. Present case studies at CXO Board meetings
iii. Access CXO Board knowledge library
iv. Receive CXO Board correspondence and update.  In addition, members may
a. Nominate Direct Reports to attend CXO Board events on their behalf

3. CXO Board Member Responsibilities: 
CXO Board Members Fees are to be paid annually at a rate confirmed by the Strativity Group.

4. Confidentiality: 
All CXO Board events are conducted under the Chatham House Rule. Participants are free to use the information received, but neither the identity nor the affiliation of the speaker(s), nor that of any other participant, may be revealed. Certain information furnished or disclosed by members in connection with the CXO Board may contain or reflect confidential information. “Confidential Information”, for the purposes of this Agreement, shall include the information that shall, at the time it is furnished, be conspicuously marked “CONFIDENTIAL.” Members shall not designate any information or data as “Confidential Information” which is not reasonably and in good faith considered to be confidential and proprietary to the party making such designation. Members agree that without prior written consent they will not disclose any “Confidential Information” to any third party other than as specifically provided herein. Such information shall not be disclosed to any person other than CXO Board members or Strativity Group, without the disclosing members consent except in response to legal process. If circumstances permit, members will notify the discloser of a contemplated permitted disclosure. If circumstances do not permit advance notification, members will use reasonable efforts to protect the confidentiality of “Confidential Information”. The obligations of confidentiality and non-disclosure imposed under this Section shall not apply to the following data and information:
i. Information which is published or otherwise becomes available to the general public as part of the public domain without breach of this Agreement;
ii. Information which has been furnished or made known by a third party which is not known to involve a breach of the third party’s obligations to members;
iii. Information which was in the receiving party’s possession without proprietary restrictions prior to the date of disclosure to that party;
iv. Information which the receiving party establishes was developed independently of Confidential Information furnished to it;
v. General information of a non-proprietary nature; and
vi. CXO Board members names and organisational affiliation.
In the event that information disclosed relates to or require the collection, handling, processing or analysis of personal information (as that term is defined by the Privacy Act 1988) then members shall comply with the national privacy principles as set out in that act.

5. Privacy:
CXO Board and the Strativity Group collects your personal information for the purpose of registration for this event and to inform you of future events, products or services that may be of interest. Members may correct their personal information appearing on this form by clearly indicating the changes and emailing back to If members require access to their personal information or further details of our privacy policy, please call the privacy officer at Strativity Group Australia on (02) 8448 8171.

6. Dispute and Termination:
If a dispute arises out of or relates to this agreement, or the breach, termination, validity or subject matter thereof, or as to any claim in tort, in equity or pursuant to any domestic or international statute or law, A party claiming that a breach to this agreement has arisen, must give written notice to the Strativity Group to the dispute specifying the nature of the dispute. On receipt of the notice the member(s) must within seven (7) days of receipt of said notice endeavour in good faith to seek to resolve the dispute. If the dispute is not resolved within seven (7) days or within such further period as the parties agrees, then the dispute is to be referred to Strativity Group for mediation. At its sole discretion, the Strativity Group may terminate the membership of the member who is deemed to be in breach. Under these circumstances all membership privileges and fees are forfeited. No refund of fees will be payable.

7. Membership Transfers:
Membership may be transferred when a member changes their role. The member must notify the Strativity Group of their request to transfer membership and the new member must complete a membership application form. The Strativity Group will review the application and approve the application for transfer if all criteria for membership are met.

8. Miscellaneous:This Agreement is governed by the laws of Australia as defined within the New Corporations Act, 2001. The parties irrevocably submit to the non-exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of New South Wales, and courts hearing appeals from those courts. This Agreement contains the complete agreement between the parties. All previous and collateral agreements, representations, warranties, promises, and conditions relating to the subject matter of this Agreement are superseded by this Agreement and, if not explicitly incorporated in this Agreement, will not be binding on either party. The invalidity, in whole or part, of any provision of this Agreement will not affect the remainder of that provision or this Agreement.

9. Agreement:
Receipt of member’s fees constitutes acceptance of the terms and conditions.

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