Terms & Conditions for Companies


  1. The mission of the Virtual Cruise Job Fair (“Event”) is to bring Candidates, Employers, Recruiters, Training Centres, Charities and other Companies ("Companies") together via the online Event platform (https://virtual.cruisejobfair.com).
  2. Events are organised by Webix Ltd, Woodlands Grange, Woodlands Lane, Bristol, BS32 4JY, United Kingdom ("Organiser").


  1. Events are held on a single day during set times exclusively on the Event website.
  2. Events may be held exclusive for a single Company, or open to any number of Companies.
  3. Each Company will get a virtual booth and a profile page linked to it.
  4. An unlimited number of recruiters from each Company may take part in the Event. Each recruiter wishing to take part must be pre-registered on the platform.
  5. Companies signed up for the Event have access to the database of Candidates who registered for the Event. Companies may invite Candidates for interviews to be held during the Event, or block Candidates from making interview appointments with them. Companies are not allowed to contact Candidates directly outside the Event platform before the Event start.
  6. Companies must make sure their virtual booths are staffed at all times during the duration of the Event.


  1. It is expressly acknowledged that the Organiser has not purchased insurance of any kind for the benefit of the exhibitor, nor is it under any obligation to do so.


  1. Companies may cancel their participation at the Event by requesting the cancellation from the Organiser in writing.
    1. Bookings cancelled 30 days before the Event date or earlier - 100% fee will be refunded.
    2. Bookings cancelled between 29 and 14 days before the event date - 50% fee will be refunded.
    3. Bookings cancelled 13 days before the event date or later - 0% fee will be refunded.

Governing Law

  1. These terms and conditions shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of England and Wales. Any dispute arising under these terms and conditions shall be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of England and Wales.