At the Hospitality Technology Forum, we understand that privacy is important.
Hospitality Technology Forum collects information such as your address, telephone number(s), and other contact, demographic, and billing information only by voluntary disclosure directly from you, as an attendee or as an exhibitor. Hospitality Technology Forum databases contain information on all customers, including authors, exhibitors and advertisers, for the purpose of conducting official Hospitality Technology Forum business.
Information can be collected on an order form, an event registration form, or in another manner when information is requested or products and services purchased from Hospitality Technology Forum. Hospitality Technology Forum collects contact information (address, phone number, etc.), payment information (an account or credit card number) and other information. This information is used to fulfill orders and to contact the customer as necessary.
Hospitality Technology Forum’s websites automatically records the Internet Protocol (IP) address of the computer accessing the site as well as the time and date of access. This information does not identify you personally, nor does it contain your name or email address. Hospitality Technology Forum uses this information solely for the purpose of diagnosing problems with the Hospitality Technology Forum server and to administer the website.
Hospitality Technology Forum uses internet cookies to deliver content that is specific to your interests and to keep track of your preferences. When your browser accesses the site, Hospitality Technology Forum’s server checks your browser settings to see if it is permissible to store this identification information on your computer. The cookies set by Hospitality Technology Forum do not personally identify you; they simply permit Hospitality Technology Forum’s websites to know what your preferences are. Cookies are also used to help determine how many unique users access pages on the website and may direct specific advertising content to you on selected pages.
The information Hospitality Technology Forum collects is intended to allow Hospitality Technology Forum to communicate with you, process your transaction effectively and efficiently and plan future programs and services to better serve you. Hospitality Technology Forum collects electronic information solely for the purpose of diagnosing problems with the Hospitality Technology Forum server and to administer the website.
Members and customers may elect to have Hospitality Technology Forum not use their email address for Hospitality Technology Forum communications; however, an email address is required for the completion of certain transactions. Even when Hospitality Technology Forum customers request that Hospitality Technology Forum restrict use of their personal information, Hospitality Technology Forum may still use this information to contact you in connection with recent transactions.
If you choose to restrict use of your information, you may not receive certain communications from Hospitality Technology Forum that may be of interest to you. Because of the nature of computer data storage, any information that you restrict will remain stored but will not be accessed in the normal course of business. Hospitality Technology Forum will comply with any court orders that may be received requiring us to disclose information from our database, regardless of whether you have requested that the information be restricted.
From time to time, Hospitality Technology Forum will permit companies, who, in Hospitality Technology Forum’s estimation, have something of value to offer to Hospitality Technology Forum customers to rent mailing lists. However, Hospitality Technology Forum does not make available the email addresses of Hospitality Technology Forum customers for non-Hospitality Technology Forum business. Customers may choose to restrict use or disclosure of their name, address, or telephone number on mailing lists that may be rented to others.
Hospitality Technology Forum collects payment information (such as a credit card number) for the purpose of completing transactions. Hospitality Technology Forum does not disclose credit card or other financial information to any other individual or organization.
Hospitality Technology Forum customers may review or modify their information by contacting Hospitality Technology Forum. Hospitality Technology Forum also provides customers the opportunity to request that Hospitality Technology Forum restrict the use of personal information. This request may be made when the information is provided or at a later time by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org
Hospitality Technology Forum uses industry-standard measures to protect your submission of credit card information to Hospitality Technology Forum. Hospitality Technology Forum uses a secure server and encrypted data transmission using Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) Technology. SSL Technology encrypts the transmitted information to make it very difficult for anyone other than Hospitality Technology Forum to decode the information. Hospitality Technology Forum’s implementation of SSL is authenticated by Paypal.
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ABOUT HOSPITALITY TECHNOLOGY FORUM ME CONFERENCE
Hospitality Technology Forum (Middle East) is the your most-go event to engage, meet and access key senior decision makers in the HORECA and Technology sectors. Founded in 2015 by Quintessential 4Media, Hospitality Technology Forum’s flagship conference is held annually in Dubai.
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Hospitality Technology Forum generally does not engage in reciprocal linking (i.e., trading links), and requests for reciprocal linking will be ignored. If you would like to request a link to your site from www.hospitalitytechnologyforum.com, please review our existing links and provide an explanation of how your site is consistent with the existing links and why it should be added. Links on www.hospitalitytechnologyforum.com will not include any commercially oriented text or graphics with the exception of sponsors of Hospitality Technology Forum events and paid advertising. (For information about advertising on www.hospitalitytechnologyforum.com, contact here.)
Links to other sites are added at the discretion of Hospitality Technology Forum , and Hospitality Technology Forum reserves the right to remove links to any other websites at any time. Objections to any links on www.hospitalitytechnologyforum.com or any of its subsidiary sites are to be directed to our Marketing department on by clicking here.
Hospitality Technology Forum operates through various local legal entities. When you provide information through this website, you will be providing it to Hospitality Technology Forum as a whole, and should be aware that it may be accessed from countries whose laws provide various levels of protection for personal data, not always equivalent to the level of protection that may be provide in your own country.
Last Updated: July 2015