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VCCI Terms and Conditions

Please note: We have updated our terms and conditions, as of 30 March 2022.


Last updated March 2022

1. Overview
1.1 The Victorian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (“VCCI”) is a not-for-profit business organisation in Victoria, informing and supporting its members and clients across Victoria and further described in Clause 2.1.
1.2

By doing any of the following:

  • purchasing or renewing a Membership with VCCI;
  • purchasing or renewing a Membership with MCC on or after 31 March 2022;
  • enrolling in a Course offered by VCCI; and/or
  • attending an Event held by VCCI,

you agree to be bound by these terms and Conditions (“Terms and Conditions”).

1.3 If you are signing up to a Membership on behalf of a company or other legal entity, you represent that you have the power and authority to bind such company or other entity to these Terms and Conditions.
1.4 These Terms and Conditions, together with our Privacy Policy (available at https://www.victorianchamber.com.au/legal/privacy-policy), constitute the entire agreement between us and you.
2. Rules
2.1 VCCI is an employer membership organisation registered under the Fair Work (Registered Organisations) Act 2009. It operates subject to the Rules of the organisation registered with the Fair Work Commission (“the Rules”). The Rules are available at www.fwc.gov.au.
2.2 The Rules bind both VCCI and members of VCCI.
2.3 Nothing in these Terms and Conditions is intended to alter or derogate from the Rules. In the event of any inconsistency between these Terms and Conditions and the Rules, the Rules prevail to the extent of the inconsistency.
2.4

The Rules contain provisions regarding:

  • VCCI’s objectives as an organisation are set out in the Rules;
  • Applications for membership;
  • Unfinancial members;
  • Resignation and termination of membership;
  • Member representatives;
  • Eligibility for office;
  • Election of the Executive Council and Regional Chairpersons at, Annual General Meetings;
  • Notices to members; and
  • Duration of membership.

Membership

3. Terms of VCCI Membership
3.1 Overview
  • Memberships are offered in different categories, which attracts varying pricing, entitlements and opportunities. For details of VCCI’s membership packages, refer to compare your membership options webpage.
3.2 Term
  • Your Membership commences on the date of first payment (“Commencement Date”) and continues for a period of 12 months from the Commencement Date (“Expiration Date”).
3.3 Services
  • VCCI provides its members with a range of package options, services and entitlements as part of a Membership. The provision of such services and entitlements is at all times at the absolute discretion of VCCI and may be subject to change, variation, revocation or cancellation at any time.
  • VCCI makes no representation or promise that Services offered at the time of joining or renewal of Membership will continue to be provided to members.
  • If VCCI suspends or cancels the provision of Services it will notify its third party providers of the suspension or cancellation of the Services and you may lose access to your entitlements with that provider, in accordance with the arrangements you have in place with that provider.
3.4 VCCI Membership Fee
  • VCCI Membership Fees are set out on compare your membership options webpage. VCCI Membership Fees are exclusive of GST, unless otherwise stated.
  • You agree to pay the amount due and payable on any VCCI Membership Fee invoice or Renewal Notice within 14 days of receipt of such communication.
  • VCCI Membership Fees are non-refundable.
  • VCCI Membership Fees will be reviewed annually and may be subject to increase at the absolute discretion of VCCI. You will be provided written notice of any change to VCCI Membership Fees at least 7 calendar days prior to date for renewal.
  • You are deemed to have accepted such change unless you provide written notice of cancellation of your Membership within 7 calendar days of notice of the change.
3.5 Payment
  • A member may elect to pay the Membership Fee by any of the following methods:
    • paying the full VCCI Membership Fee online via the website purchase page
    • paying the full VCCI Membership Fee within 14 days of receiving an invoice from VCCI (including a Renewal Notice); or
    • paying the VCCI Membership Fee via direct debit monthly instalments (refer to Clause 5 for further terms and conditions regarding direct debit payment).
3.6 Primary Contact
  • At the time of purchasing your Membership, you will be required to nominate a primary point of contact (“Primary Contact”).
  • The Primary Contact has the authority to nominate and authorise additional contacts associated with the Membership (“Authorised Contacts”).
  • It is the members responsibility to promptly notify VCCI of any change to the status or contact details of the Primary Contact or Authorised Contacts.
  • VCCI accepts no liability for any claim which may arise from an individual accessing the Services under a Membership if that person is no longer an employee of the member and the member has failed to inform VCCI of the departure.
3.7 Entitlements
  • Entitlements are valid for 12 months from the Commencement Date, unless otherwise agreed.
  • Entitlements may exclude some Courses and Events, and will be subject to availability, at VCCI’s sole discretion.
  • Entitlements may be interchangeably referred to as credits or member benefits in connection with a Membership.
3.8 Workplace Relations & HR Advice

Members may have access to VCCI’s workplace relations and HR advice line as part of a Membership (Advice Line). By using the Advice Line service, you thereby agree to the following terms:

  • Information provided by VCCI (and any of its employees, officers and agents) is of a general nature only and does not constitute legal, accounting or other professional advice.
  • While all reasonable endeavours are made to ensure the accuracy of information provided, VCCI accepts no liability for any action, or non-action, error or omission in the information provided by VCCI, or any loss or damage caused to you or any other person (whether a member of VCCI or not), as a result of information provided by VCCI being inaccurate.
  • The member is solely responsible for providing correct facts and information to VCCI when seeking human resources or industrial advice whether over the telephone, in-person or via email. Accordingly, the Member acknowledges that incomplete, inaccurate or changes in facts or information may change the advice or information provided by VCCI.
  • Where a member requests additional services for workplace relations matters, outside of the scope of the Advice Line, those additional services will be subject to further terms and conditions and additional legal documentation may be required to be executed to formalise the additional services.
  • Some Memberships are not eligible for access to and use of the Advice Line.
3.9 Renewal
  • 42 days prior to the Expiration Date of your Membership, VCCI will issue the Primary Contact with a Renewal Notice.
  • By paying the amount on the Renewal Notice (whether in full or direct debit instalments), your Membership will renew for a further 12 month period.
3.10 Promotions
  • VCCI may introduce limited promotions and offers to Members (new and existing), which may include additional terms and conditions.
  • Any promotional offers are exclusive and non-transferable.
  • Sometimes we agree with sponsors, partners or other third parties to offer some or all of our members special offers. These are usually only available for a limited time and may require you to meet eligibility requirements (including agreeing to third party terms and conditions, to which VCCI is not a party to). Offers may also be sent directly to you.
3.11 VCCI Community
  • VCCI Community is a free subscription platform to stay connected to VCCI.
  • If your Membership lapses or expires and is not renewed (to a paid Membership), you will be transitioned to VCCI Community.
  • VCCI Community keeps you informed about:
    1. Latest Industry news and updates, VCCI exclusive content and communications;
    2. VCCI advocacy through invitations to surveys and taskforces;
    3. Special member promotions and offers relevant to VCCI, its member program, business partners and/or the VCCI network.
  • VCCI Community is a continuing subscription until you opt-out/unsubscribe from VCCI Community via the subscription/preference centre on the member hub or by calling our customer service line on 03 8662 5211 or emailing customerservice@victorianchamber.com.au.
  • If you wish to purchase a Membership, and unlock Member benefits and pricing, please get in touch with our membership team via on 8662 5323 or via membership@victorianchamber.com.au.
  • For the avoidance of doubt, VCCI Community does not provide you with member entitlements, access to events or member pricing.
3.12 Suspension and termination
  • After 14 days of non-payment of a Renewal Notice, your Membership will be suspended.
  • If your Membership is suspended, we are unable to assist or provide you with any Services.
  • If your Membership is not renewed by payment of the Membership within 30 days, VCCI may cancel the Membership and the account will be transferred to VCCI Community (refer to Clause 3.11 for more information).
  • If you resign your VCCI Membership, any VCCI Membership Fees paid are not refundable. VCCI will cease to provide Services to you upon receipt of your resignation as a member.
  • Any unpaid VCCI Membership Fees that were due and payable at the time of resignation of your Membership in relation to a period before your resignation remain due and payable to VCCI as a debt due.
  • VCCI may at any time suspend or terminate Services to a member where the member, in VCCI’s absolute discretion:
    1. is in breach of these Terms and Conditions or the Rules;
    2. does anything that negatively impacts or affects the image, goodwill, name or reputation of VCCI; or
    3. exhibits abusive, threatening or harassing behaviours toward VCCI staff in their delivery of the Services.
3.13 Consequences of suspension and termination
  • Where a Membership is terminated by VCCI in accordance with Clause 3.12, you will release and indemnify VCCI in relation to any costs, expenses, actions, suits, proceedings, claims, demands or damages arising directly or indirectly in relation to such termination.
3.14 Fair use of information & advice and behaviour standards
  • You agree that any information or advice provided to you by VCCI is provided for the use of the Member only, unless otherwise agreed. You agree not to use the information or advice for commercial resale or gain.
  • You agree not to wholly, partly, directly or indirectly, assign, commercialise, transfer, on-sell, or otherwise make available Services provided by VCCI as part of your Membership, to a third party.
  • You agree not to use your access to VCCI information and advice to obtain information or advice for the use of a third party (including any subsidiaries or related companies that are not members of VCCI).
  • In the event that information or advice provided to you by VCCI is provided to any third party, VCCI reserves the right to suspend or terminate the provision of further Services to you until such time as it is satisfied that you have ceased to do so. No pro rata refund of any Membership paid will be due. Any unpaid membership fee will remain due and payable as a debt due to VCCI.
  • VCCI reserves the right to suspend or cancel a Membership if it believes use of the Services has been improper, unreasonable or excessive.
  • A member and its employees and contractors will endeavour to act at all times to ensure that they do not:
    1. engage in any conduct that is likely to harm VCCI’s reputation, products or services or may bring the VCCI into disrepute;
    2. act prejudicially to the interests of VCCI; or
    3. make or purport to make any representations on behalf of the MCC, VCCI, or its members without the prior written approval of VCCI.
4. Melbourne Chamber of Commerce (MCC)
4.1 Background
  • VCCI established the MCC as an initiative to bring together Melbourne’s most influential companies, business leaders, key influencers and political leaders. For the avoidance of doubt, MCC is not a separate legal entity.
  • MCC is a class of membership for medium to large organisations.
  • For details of MCC’s membership packages, refer to the membership webpage.
4.2 Becoming a MCC Member
  • By paying the MCC Membership Fee (or the first instalment of the MCC Membership Fee, as applicable to your Membership and arrangement with VCCI), you agree to these Terms and Conditions.
4.3 Fees
  • The MCC Member shall pay the MCC Membership fee in the method nominated on the invoice and agreed between VCCI and the MCC Member, which may include an annual payment or monthly or quarterly instalments.
  • Where a MCC Member pays via direct debit, the terms and conditions contained in Clause 5 will apply to the method of payment.
4.4 Renewal
  • The MCC Member will be sent a Renewal Notice 42 days prior to the Expiration Date of the Membership.
  • Where a MCC Member renews their Membership for successive year/s, the MCC Membership Fee will be determined by VCCI and notified to the MCC Member in writing before each anniversary of the Commencement Date.
  • By paying the amount on the Renewal Notice (whether in full or direct debit instalments), your Membership will renew for a further twelve (12) month period.
4.5 Suspension
  • After 30 days of non-payment of a Renewal Notice, your Membership will be suspended.
  • If your Membership is suspended, we are unable to assist or provide you with any Services.
  • VCCI may at any time suspend or terminate Services to a MCC Member where the MCC Member, in VCCI’s absolute discretion:
    • is in breach of these Terms and Conditions or the Rules;
    • does anything that negatively impacts or affects the image, goodwill, name or reputation of VCCI; or
    • exhibits abusive, threatening or harassing behaviours toward VCCI staff in their delivery of the Services.
4.6 Entitlements
  • Entitlements are valid for 12 months from the Commencement Date, unless otherwise agreed.
  • Entitlements may exclude some Courses and Events, and will be subject to availability, at VCCI’s sole discretion.
  • Entitlements may be interchangeably referred to as credits or member benefits in connection with a Membership.
4.7 Other
  • VCCI reserves the right as an employer advocacy group to comment on any government policy or decisions and actions of a MCC Member which (in VCCI’s opinion) are not in the interests of the VCCI members, certain employers or employers as a whole.
  • VCCI may, in its absolute discretion, apply discounts or add additional entitlements to a Membership.
  • Clauses 3.6, 3.8, 3.10, 3.11 and 3.14 will apply to MCC Memberships.
4.8 Inconsistency
  • Where a provision in this Clause 4 conflicts with any other provision in these Terms and Conditions, this Clause 4 and its subsections will override and prevail to the extent of the inconsistency.

Direct Debit

5. Direct Debit payment
  • By providing your payment method details to VCCI and selecting direct debit as your payment arrangement, you accept and acknowledge that these terms apply to payment of your Membership and you are authorised to establish this payment arrangement.
5.1 Drawing arrangements
  • VCCI will arrange for funds to be debited (by your financial institution or other payment service provider) from your relevant account in payment of amounts you owe to VCCI for your Membership, either monthly or quarterly as selected by you at the time of Membership purchase.
  • Where you have chosen monthly direct debit, the first monthly payment will be debited after your membership anniversary date. The date you agree to these Terms and Conditions will be the date that you are debited each month.
  • We may change the amount or frequency of the agreed direct debit drawings by notifying you in writing at least 14 calendar days prior to the direct debit date.
  • We reserve the right to cancel your direct debit arrangement at any time if any direct debit transaction is dishonoured by your nominated financial institution or is otherwise unsuccessful. You must pay your outstanding fee using another payment method that is approved by VCCI within five business days.
  • Where there has been one or more unsuccessful attempts to take payment, you may be charged a dishonour fee by your financial institution and/or VCCI to cover reasonable administration and processing costs.
5.2 Your rights
  • Subject to the below, you may terminate your direct debit arrangement at any time by giving written notice directly to us and to your nominated financial institution no less than seven business days prior to the next due date.
  • The balance of all outstanding fees will be due and payable within seven days of terminating the direct debit.
  • Where you consider that your account has been debited incorrectly you may take the matter up directly with us, or lodge a Direct Debit Claim through your nominated financial institution.
5.3 Your responsibilities
  • You should check with your financial institution that direct debiting is available through the Bulk Electronic Clearing System (BEC), from the account you have given us. You should check that the account details which you have provided to us are correct by checking them against a recent account statement.
  • It is your responsibility to ensure that the authorisation given to us to make direct debits is in accordance with the account signing instruction held by the financial institution where your nominated account is based. If the account requires joint or multiple signatures for withdrawals all such signatories must sign this direct debit request; if you are uncertain on how to complete the Direct Debit Request, please check with your financial institution.
  • If you are uncertain as to when a direct debit for your Membership will be processed by your financial institution or any other payment service provider, you should contact them directly.
  • It is your responsibility to ensure that sufficient funds are available in the nominated account to meet a direct debit on its due date.
  • You should check your account statement to verify that the amounts debited from your account are correct. If the designated amount is not debited from your account, it is your sole responsibility to contact us.
  • It is your responsibility to advise us if the account nominated by you to be debited has changed, is transferred or closed.
  • It is your responsibility to arrange with us a suitable alternate payment method if you cancel your direct debit arrangement.
5.4 Insufficient funds
  • If there are insufficient cleared funds in your account to meet a direct debit payment, we will retry in 48 hours.
  • If a direct debit payment is dishonoured by your financial institution and not paid within 30 calendar days of its due date, your Membership will be suspended with effect from the 15th day of the month following the due date of the direct debit.
5.5 Resignation of Membership
  • If a member has a direct debit arrangement with VCCI and provides notice of resignation of its Membership prior to the Expiration Date, it will be liable for Membership Fees up to the Expiration Date.
5.6 Dispute
  • If you believe that there has been an error in debiting your account, you should notify VCCI directly on 03 8662 5323 and provide notice in writing to us as soon as possible, so that we can resolve your query quickly.
  • If we conclude as a result of our investigation that your account has been incorrectly debited by VCCI, we will refund the incorrect amount either by cheque or by electronic funds transfer (at our discretion) directly to your account within 14 calendar days. Should our investigation conclude your account has been incorrectly debited by a financial institution we will request that it adjust your account (including interest and charges) and advise you in writing accordingly.
  • If we conclude as a result of our investigation that your account has not been incorrectly debited we will respond to your query by providing written reasons for our finding.
  • Any queries you may have about an error made in debiting your account should be directed to us in the first instance so that we can attempt to resolve the matter. If we cannot resolve the matter you can still refer it to your financial institution.
5.7 Confidentiality, Disclosure and Privacy
  • We will keep any sensitive information regarding your direct debit arrangement (including your account details) confidential. We will make reasonable efforts to keep any such information that we have about you secure and to ensure that any of our employees or agents who have access to information about you do not make any unauthorised use, modification, reproduction or disclosure of that information.
  • We will only disclose information that we have about you: (a) to the extent specifically required or authorised by law; or (b) for the purpose of these Terms and Conditions (including disclosing information in connection with any query or claim); or (c) with your express written consent.
  • We will handle your personal information in accordance with the Privacy Act 1988 (Cth) and the VCCI Privacy Policy as amended from time to time and which is available on our website at www.victorianchamber.com.au.
5.8 Notices

Events

6. VCCI Events
6.1 VCCI holds sought-after business and networking events. A calendar of upcoming events is available via https://www.victorianchamber.com.au/events/.
6.2 Fees for registrations cancelled less than 7 calendar days prior to the commencement of the Event are non-refundable.
6.3 Registrations may be cancelled up to 7 calendar days prior to the Event with participants either transferring to another Event (subject to availability as notified by VCCI) or receiving a full refund.
6.4 You may substitute another participant at any time prior to the Event’s commencement, should the nominated person be unable to attend. Notification of this change to the VCCI Training Registrar via events@victorianchamber.com.au is required.
6.5 VCCI reserves the right to cancel or postpone an Event to an alternative date. All registered participants affected by the cancellation will receive a full refund or be offered the opportunity to transfer to the next available Event (at the election of the attendee). These are the exclusive remedies available to an attendee for cancellation and VCCI will not otherwise be liable for any loss, damage or expense arising from the cancellation or postponing of the Event.
6.6 VCCI will deliver events in line with Victorian Government restrictions relating to COVID-19. Where VCCI uses a third party’s venue to host its event, attendees must also adhere to and comply with the terms and conditions set out by the venue.
6.7 By purchasing a ticket to an Event, you acknowledge that VCCI may film, record or photograph you and use these images for promotional, marketing and in any medium or context for any purpose without further consent from you, entitlement to remuneration now or in the future or any attribution to you.

Training & Courses

7. VCCI Training & Courses
7.1 In-Person and Remote Learning

More than 14 calendar days prior to Course start date a participant may:

  • Substitute attendee;
  • Transfer to a different Course (subject to availability as advised by VCCI); or
  • Apply for a refund of monies paid.

8-14 calendar days prior to Course start date a participant may:

  • Substitute attendee; or
  • Transfer to a different Course (subject to availability as advised by VCCI).

7 calendar days or less prior to Course start date a participant may:

  • Substitute attendee.
7.2 Government Funded Courses

More than 14 calendar days prior to Course start date a participant may:

  • Apply to start the Course at the next scheduled date (subject to availability); or
  • Apply for a refund of monies paid.

Less than 14 calendar days prior to Course start date a participant may:

  • Apply to start the Course at the next scheduled date (subject to availability).

No refunds are available for Course withdrawal less than 14 calendar days prior to Course start date.

7.3 Self-paced Learning
  • No refunds are available for self-paced learning modules once the purchase has been made and login details allocated.
7.4 RTO Payment Requirements
  • Individual paying students with total Course fees > $1,500.00
    Direct debit payments must be made as per the Payment Instalments Schedule for the relevant course, with the initial payment required following approval of this registration form in order to secure course enrolment. These requirements apply to all enrolments where the total fees payable by the student are >$1,500.00, inc. full qualification, RPL/Credit transfer, combination or individual unit enrolment.
  • Individual paying students with total Course fees < $1,500.00
    Payment must be received in full following the approval of this registration form to secure a place on the course (no instalments).
  • Employer paid enrolments
    Payment must be received in full following the approval of this registration form to secure a place in the course (no instalments), irrespective of the total course fee amount.
  • > In the event of the RTO closing down or ceasing operations, course tuition fees refund may be available, depending on the stage of the course the student is in at the time of closure and other specific circumstances.
7.5 General
  • VCCI reserves the right to cancel or postpone a Course to an alternative date. In this instance, all registered participants will be offered the opportunity to transfer to the next available Course (as notified by VCCI) or elect to receive a full refund for monies paid.
8. Marketing and Communications
9. General
9.1 Intellectual Property
  • Except where expressly stated herein nothing in these Terms and Conditions transfers any Intellectual Property Rights of a party to any other party.
  • VCCI will retain all Intellectual Property Rights in the Victorian Chamber Trademarks.
  • The member will retain all Intellectual Property Rights in the Member Trademarks.
  • The member grants VCCI a non-exclusive, revocable and royalty free licence to reproduce and publish the Member Trademarks for the sole purposes of VCCI using that Member Trademarks in its member directory and other mediums relevant to the events and the opportunities of VCCI. It is the responsibility of the Member to keep VCCI informed as to the current status of its Member Trademarks and notify VCCI if a Member Trademark ceases to exist.
  • A member shall not distribute or otherwise use any advertisement, signage or press release or any other marketing material produced in relation to its products or services referring to VCCI or including any the VCCI Trademarks without obtaining the prior written approval of the Victorian Chamber, with such approval not to be unreasonably withheld.
  • The member shall not, during or after the Term of its Membership, make any improper use of VCCI Trademarks and must comply with all directions of VCCI in relation to the VCCI Trademarks.
9.2 Privacy
9.3 Variations and Changes
  • No amendment or variation of these Terms and Conditions is accepted unless made in writing and agreed by VCCI.
  • VCCI may refresh, update or render Membership offerings or Entitlements unavailable from time to time, in its absolute discretion.
  • VCCI agrees to honour a Membership purchased, as set out on your invoice (or Renewal Notice), until the Expiration Date of such Membership.
  • You agree that VCCI may change these terms and conditions at any time. VCCI agrees to publish any change to its terms and conditions on its website. VCCI’s terms and conditions as published on its website apply until the date of any change to the terms and conditions specified.
9.4 Questions or Complaints
  • If you have any questions or complaints, please call our general enquiries line on 03 8662 5333 between 9am to 5pm Monday – Friday (excluding public holidays) or contact us by email, customerservice@victorianchamber.com.au.
9.5 Disclaimers
  • VCCI is not liable for any loss or damage caused to a member due to the non-provision of Services to the member as a result of the suspension or cancellation of such services to the member or as a result of VCCI changing the services it provides or no longer offering services in the exercise of its discretion.
  • VCCI accepts no responsibility or liability for any losses incurred in contract, tort, negligence, or any other cause of action, or any liability for any loss of profit, loss of opportunity, loss of revenue , loss of data, loss from computer viruses or any indirect or consequential loss.
  • Subject to any condition, warranty, right or remedy conferred on you by the Competition & Consumer Act 2010 for breach of a non excludable condition or warranty, if a court determined that VCCI was liable to you for any proven losses, damages and claims arising out of the use of the membership services including but not limited to the information or advice referred to above, then its maximum aggregate liability is limited to the greater of the amount recovered by VCCI under its insurance policies or the sum of $1.00 in respect of the relevant loss, damage or claim. To the fullest extent permitted by law, any liability of VCCI for a breach of a non excludable condition or warranty is limited to either the re supply of the membership service, information or advice or a refund of what you have paid VCCI for it.
  • VCCI urges you to obtain advice from an appropriately qualified professional before acting, or deciding not to act, on the basis of the information or advice provided by VCCI, its employees, officers and agents.
9.6 Governing Law
  • These Terms and Conditions are governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of the State of the Victoria.
10. Definitions

The following words and phrases used in these Terms and Conditions have the meanings set out in this section.

Course means a training course offered by VCCI.

Event means an event delivered by VCCI (which includes events of the MCC).

Intellectual Property Rights means all and any patents, patent applications, trademarks, service marks, trade names, registered designs, unregistered design rights, copyrights, know how, trade secrets, domain names, internet addresses, whether registered or unregistered, and including all applications and rights to apply for any of the same now or in the future

MCC means the Melbourne Chamber of Commerce.

MCC Member means a paid member of the MCC.

MCC Membership Fee means the amount payable to MCC for the Services.

Membership means a category of membership with VCCI or MCC (as relevant).

Member Trademarks means the trademarks, service marks, logos and signs whether registered or unregistered and owned by a member of VCCI or MCC, as relevant.

Renewal Notice means an invoice issued by VCCI for renewal and payment of a Membership.

Services means the Services provided by VCCI to a Member in accordance with the description of Membership purchased.

VCCI means the Victorian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (ABN 37 650 959 904).

VCCI Membership Fee means the amount payable to VCCI for providing the Services.

VCCI Trademarks means the trademarks, service marks, logos and signs whether registered or unregistered and owned by VCCI.

 

 

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