Dental Tribune International Publishing Group is composed of the leading dental trade publishers around the world. Its combined portfolio includes more than 100 trade publications that reach over 650,000 dentists in 91 countries and 25 languages. The group’s activities also include the organization of continuing education programs as well as dental congresses and exhibitions.
The World Dental Federation (FDI) and numerous regional dental associations, such as the Latin American Dental Federation (FOLA) and the Asia Pacific Dental Federation (APDF), have chosen Dental Tribune International Group as their official media partner.
Dental Tribune is the first global newspaper for dental professionals in a concise and highly readable format that is published in the native language of the country in which it appears. An experienced international correspondent network and renowned local editorial boards ensure the highest journalism standards.
Moreover the international magazines – Cosmetic Dentistry, Implants, Roots, Ortho and Laser – keep dentists abreast of the increasing specialization in dentistry in an easy-to-read and modern format. Local language editions and cooperation with specialist associations guarantee that your target group is reached.
Established in 1999, the show daily newspaper today has become the exclusive onsite planning tool for visitors and exhibitors at all major dental shows and congresses worldwide. Our experienced editorial teams provides onsite coverage including show news, schedules, floor plans, exhibitor lists as well as exclusive interviews and company profiles in 25 countries and 15 languages each year.
Dental Tribune International Group offers advertisers access to a worldwide readership with no language barriers and cost-effective regional or world packages to build a consistent global brand image. Contact us today to explore the full range of opportunities!
DENTAL TRIBUNE INTERNATIONAL HEADQUARTERS GERMANY
General Terms and Conditions of Dental Tribune International GmbH (hereinafter referred to as “Publisher”)
1. Advertising order
(1) „Advertising order“, in the sense of the following General Terms and Conditions, refers to the agreement to publish one or more than one advertisement or presentation in any form in information or communication services, especially on the internet, for the purposes of circulation.
(2) The advertising order is exclusively subject to the General Terms and Conditions and price list of Dental Tribune International GmbH, which constitute an integral part of the contract. The validity of any terms and conditions on the part of the Advertiser or other space buyer are, if these do not comply to these General Terms and Conditions, expressly excluded.
2. Advertisement forms
(1) An advertising form in the sense of these General Terms and Conditions can, for example, be made up of one or more of the following elements:- a picture, with or without text, a series of musical notes with or without moving pictures (e.g. banners),- a sensitive area which, when clicked, initiates a connection to further data at an online address given by the Advertiser, e.g. that of the Advertiser (i.e. a link)
(2) Advertisements, which in form or appearance are not immediately recognisable as such will be altered to make this clear.
3. Conclusion of a contract
(1) The contract enters into force through confirmation in either written form or by email, subject to the provisions of individual agreements. Should this confirmation not be received the order is deemed confirmed by the publication of the online advertisement. Orders placed orally or by telephone are also subject to these General Terms and Conditions.
(2) In the event of doubt, orders placed by advertising agencies represent a contract between the publisher and the advertising agency, subject to the provisions of other written agreements. Should an advertising client act as Advertiser the Publisher must be advised of the name by the advertising agency. The Publisher has the right to demand proof that the client is listed by the advertising agency.
(3) Advertising for goods or services on behalf of more than one advertising client or other advertiser within a particular advertisement (e.g. banners, pop-up ads) requires an extra contract either in written form or per email.
4. Settlement period
If the right to call for individual advertisements is granted under the terms of a transaction, the order must be carried out within 12 months from the date of the contract conclusion.
5. Extension of an order
The advertiser has the right to place more advertisements within the contractual period or within the period stated in paragraph 4 than agreed in the original contract, depending on space availability.
6. Delivery of data
(1) The Advertiser is obliged to provide the Publisher with proper advertising material, particularly with respect to the format or the technical specifications stipulated by the Publisher in due time before the publication date. The Publisher will immediately request a replacement if the material is considered to be
unsuitable or damaged.
(2) The Publisher will store data no longer than 3 months after the end of the advertising contract.
(3) The Advertiser shall bear the costs for requested alterations of the advertising material and bears the charges/costs incurred as a result.
8. Right of refusal
(1) The Publisher reserves the right to refuse or block advertising orders - including individual bookings under the terms of a contract – if:
- their contents violate laws or official regulations or
- if the contents were rejected by the German Advertising Council (Deutscher Werberat) in a complaints procedure or
- if the content is contradictory to The Publisher’s mission and ethical code.
(2) The Publisher has the right to withdraw an advertisement already published if the Advertiser changes
the content of the advertisement or if a link is subsequently changed whereby the conditions of paragraph 1
9. Commercial Letter of Confirmation / Cancellation
A written confirmation of an offer previously negotiated between the two parties and sent by Dental Tribune International GmbH shall be deemed accepted by the client according to § 362 German Commercial Code unless an objection is lodged within 14 days upon receipt. A fee of 50% of the amount shall be charged for cancellations received before the advertising deadline. For cancellations after the advertising deadline a cancellation fee of 100% shall apply.
10. Guarantee of rights
(1) The Advertiser guarantees that he is in full possession of all rights necessary for the placement of an advertisement. The Advertiser shall hold the Publisher harmless within the framework of the contract from all claims by third parties which might arise through the violation of any laws. In addition the Publisher is released from the costs of legal defence. The Advertiser is obligated to support the Publisher in good faith in his defence against third parties by supplying information and documents.
(2) The Advertiser will pass all necessary copyrights for the use of the advertisements in all forms of online media, including the internet to the Publisher. This includes the right of use, ancillary copyright and other rights, in particular the right to duplicate, circulate, transmit, broadcast, abstract from a database and call, both with regard to time and content, to a degree necessary for the completion of the contract. The above mentioned rights are always to be given unboundedly and authorise the Publisher to place advertisements using all forms of technical process and all known forms of online media.
11. Publisher‘s guarantee
(1) The Publisher guarantees a best possible reproduction of the advertisement in accordance with the current technical standards. The guarantee does not include negligible defects. An error in the depiction of the advertisement is negligible if it has been caused
- by the use of unsuitable software or hardware (e.g. a browser) or
- by a default of the communications network belonging to other providers or
- by a computer breakdown caused by a breakdown of the system
- by so-called proxy servers (message buffers) that are either incomplete or not up-to-date or
- a breakdown of the ad server lasting no longer than 24 hours (cumulated or continuous) within a 30 day period after the begin of the contractually agreed placement period. A breakdown of the ad server over a considerable period (more than 10 percent of the period booked) will release the Advertiser from duty of payment for the period of the breakdown. Further claims are excluded.
(2) If the reproduction quality of the advertisement is insufficient and constitutes a considerable error, the Advertiser has the right to a reduction of payment or a perfect replacement, but only as far as the advertisement is affected. If the replacement is insufficient or unacceptable, the Advertiser has the right to a reduction of payment or a withdrawal from the contract.
(3) If there are unrecognizable defects in the advertisement materials, the Advertiser shall have no claims in the event of a an insufficient reproduction of the advertisment. The same applies if the advertisement is placed several times and if the Advertiser does not draw the Publisher‘s attention to the errors before the next placement.
If the execution of an order cannot be fulfilled for reasons for which the Publisher cannot be held accountable (for instance software problems or other technical reasons), in particular a breakdown of the computer system, strike, legal provisions, interference in the sphere of responsibility of third parties (e.g.
other providers), network operators or service providers or for similar reasons, then the order will repeated, if this is possible. The Publisher is still entitled to payment for an order that is carried out again after the disruption has ceased, and within a time period reasonable for the Advertiser.
(1) Indemnity claims from breach of obligation and civil offence are only applicable in case of deliberate action and gross negligence by the Publisher, its representatives or proxies. This does not apply for claims for warranted quality, or to injury of life, body or health or the breach of considerable contractual obligations. In this case the liability is restricted to the replacement of the foreseeable loss. Indemnity claims from impossibility of performance and default by slight negligence are restricted to the compensation of the
(2) In the case of gross negligence on the part of its subcontractors the liability towards the companies is restricted to the extent of the foreseeable damage. This does not apply to a breach of integral contractual obligations.
14. Rate card
(1) The advertisement rates are based on the Publisher‘s advertising rate card published on the internet and in effect at the time the contract is concluded. Should the advertising rate change after the conclusion of the contract, the Publisher is entitled to charge the price according to the price list valid at the time of the publication: this does not apply to business dealings with non-traders, insofar as no more than 4 months have elapsed between the conclusion of the agreement and the publication date of the advertisement.
(2) Discounts are granted according to the rate card valid at the time. Advertising agencies and other Advertisers are obligated to use the various Publishers‘ rate cards for their quotations, contracts and invoices. Discount credit notes and supplementary discount charges shall principally not take into consideration until the end of the insertion year.
15. Price reductions
(1) If an order should not be carried out due to circumstances for which the Publisher is not responsible, the advertiser must reimburse the Publisher for the difference between the discount granted and corresponding actual sales price, regardless of any further legal obligations.
(2) If no other agreement has been made, the Advertiser shall have be entitled to a discount relevant to the actual number of advertisements placed within a year, if a contract has been concluded based on the rate card which explicitly allows discounts. The claim to a discount expires if it is not asserted within three months after the end of the contractual year in question.
16. Default of payment
(1) In the event of default or delay in payment, the Publisher shall charge interest and debt collection charges. The Publisher may postpone the further execution of the current order until payment and request advance payment for the remaining advertisements.
(2) If there is reasonable doubt regarding the Advertiser‘s ability to pay, the Publisher is entitled, even during the term of the contract, to make the publication of further advertisements conditional upon advance payment of the amount charged and settlement of unpaid bills, regardless of previously agreed
terms of payment.
Cancellations of advertisement orders can only be accepted in written form or by email.
18. Placement confirmation
Placement confirmations are only valid under reserve and may be changed for technical reasons. In such cases, the Publisher may not be held accountable.
19. Data security
The advertisement order will be carried out according to the currently applicable laws of data security.
20. Place of jurisdiction
The advertising order is subject to German law. The place of fulfilment is the principle place of business of the Publisher. Insofar as claims of the Publisher are not forwarded by court collection proceedings, the place of jurisdiction for non-traders shall be determined according to their place of residence. German law