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Cvent Service Agreement

5.1 Subscription fee. Subject to the terms of this Agreement, Cvent will grant the Customer, during the duration of the current order form, a global subscription fee, non-exclusive, non-transferable and revocable for access and use of the Cvent system as updated from time to time. Customers may only use the Cvent system for the purpose of carrying out their internal operations or the operations of their outsourced clients. The customer must not use the Cvent system as part of a commercial time allocation or office service or in other resale capabilities. With the exception of the above subscription fee, no other rights are granted to the customer in the Cvent system and the Cvent system is and will remain the exclusive and exclusive property of Cvent and its grantees, if any, whether the Cvent system is separated or integrated with other products, services or supplies. IMPORTANT NOTE: PLEASE READ THESE TERMS CAREFULLY. This document (these “Terms of Use” or “Conditions”) describes the conditions under which Cvent, Inc. or one of Cvent`s 100% subsidiaries, including, but not limited, to Lanyon Solutions, Inc. (individually and collectively, “Cvent”) allows each individual or entity (hereafter referred to as “customer”) to access different software solutions as a service via the Cvent website and Cvent applications for mobile devices (the “site”) for which service-specific terms are not already in www.cvent.com/en/product-terms-of-use, including, but not limited to Passkey, Lead Scoring, Abstract and Social Wall (each a service”). The Passkey Service is also subject to the complementary provisions of exhibitions A and B under the conditions that are attached and are part of these conditions.

8 NON-COMMUNICATION. All confidential information (as defined below) below is displayed only as the confidential property of the revealing party. The receptive party will not disclose the disclosure party`s confidential information and will apply at least the same care, discretion and diligence in protecting the confidential information of the disclosed party it uses with respect to its own confidential information, but in no way less than due diligence. The receiving party limits access to confidential information to its related companies, employees and agents, to the need to know and will instruct it to keep this information confidential. Lanyon may disclose the customer`s confidential information to its subcontractors, who provide all or part of the services, on the basis of the need to know. Lanyon may only use the Client`s confidential information for the purpose of fulfilling its obligations by Lanyon, except that Lanyon may only use the client`s confidential information in an aggregated and anonymous form for purposes other than the provision of services, so that the customer is not identified. Notwithstanding the above, the receiving party must disclose confidential information to the public party (a) to the extent necessary to comply with applicable laws, regulations, regulations or decisions, and (b) to the extent necessary to respond to summonses or subpoenas or litigation, provided that the receiving party pre-announces disclosure (to the extent permitted by law) and appropriate assistance at the expense of the open party. At the request of the revealing party, the recipient party will return or destroy all confidential information of the party in its possession. Notwithstanding the above, Lanyon may retain information for regulatory purposes or in backup files, provided that Lanyon`s confidentiality obligations under this list continue to apply.

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