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ELJAYS44 LTD – ADVERTISING TERMS AND CONDITIONS

  1. Acceptance of Advertisements
    1. These Terms and Conditions (the “Conditions”) apply to all Advertisements submitted to Eljays44 Limited and its associated companies (together the “Publisher”) for print or web publication in accordance with the Publisher’s advertisement confirmation order (“Advertisement Order Confirmation & Booking Form ”).
    2. Advertisement” means any promotional material provided by or on behalf of the Advertiser (which includes, without limitation, microsites).
    3. The “Buyer” is the person placing the order with the Publisher for the publication of the Advertisement who agrees to be bound by these Conditions.
    4. All Advertisements will be paid for at the Publisher’s standard rate card from time to time in force (which is subject to change in accordance with Conditions 7.4 below). All Advertisements are accepted on the condition that the price binds the Publisher only in respect of the next issue or feature published.
    5. The Buyer must deliver to the Publisher all copy for the Advertisement in accordance with the Publisher’s technical specification and no later than the dates specified (the “Copy Deadline”).
    6. The Buyer acknowledges and agrees that its obligation to pay for any Advertisement with effect from the date of first scheduled publication shall not be affected where, due to its failure to meet any Copy Deadline, the actual first date of publication is later.
  2. The Buyer agrees that:
    1. the Buyer contracts with the Publisher as principal notwithstanding that the Buyer may be acting for an advertiser,
    2. where the Buyer is an agency, the Buyer warrants that it is authorised to place the Advertisement with the Publisher and the Buyer will indemnify the Publisher against any claim made against the Publisher arising from its publication,
    3. if requested by the Publisher, the Buyer will arrange an undertaking accepting all liability for orders placed by mail order (“Mail Order Advertiser’s Undertaking”) to be executed by all persons whom the Publisher requires;
    4. all copyright material contained in any Advertisement is cleared and paid for;
    5. no Advertisement infringes any intellectual property rights or other rights, or is defamatory or indecent;
    6. it has obtain all usage rights for all names and images in the Advertisements;
    7. all approvals and consents in relation to any financial promotion (as defined under the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000) have been obtained;
    8. the Advertisement complies with all Applicable Law (which means all UK and international laws and regulations and all applicable industry standards, including those of Ofcom and the ASA);
    9. the Publisher shall not be liable for the loss of any Advertisement copy;
    10. any information contained in the Advertisement is accurate, complete and true;
    11. in respect of Advertisements for the web, the Publisher’s campaign report in respect of any Advertisement or campaign of advertisements (“Campaign Report”) is final and is the sole campaign report which will be used in the assessment or validation of any Advertisement or campaign of Advertisements. If the performance of any Advertisement campaign falls below the expected cost per milli-thousand (“CPM”), the Publisher in its absolute discretion can choose to either extend the period of the Advertisement campaign or charge the Buyer for the Advertisement on a pro-rata basis;
    12. in respect of loose and bound inserts, unless otherwise instructed by the Buyer, the Publisher may after 14 days of publication destroy any inserts which for any reason have not been inserted. In such circumstances, the Publisher will notify the Buyer that it has destroyed its inserts and the Buyer will be liable for the cost of publishing such inserts (notwithstanding their non-inclusion within the publication) unless either (a) the printer has failed to insert the agreed number of inserts; or (b) the number of inserts printed is less than the number ordered.
  3. The Buyer:
    1. shall indemnify and keep indemnified the Publisher against all proceedings, claims, demands, damages, costs, expenses and any other liability whatsoever arising as a result of the publication or broadcast of the Advertisement or from any breach by the buyer of these Conditions or Applicable Law;
    2. where the Buyer is an agency the Buyer will indemnify the Publisher against any claim made by its principal(s) against the Publisher for any reason.
  4. Notwithstanding Conditions 2 above, the Publisher shall be entitled to require the Buyer to amend any Advertisement, or refuse (without notice) to publish any Advertisement in its reasonable discretion.
  5. All rights in any material originated by the Publisher shall belong exclusively to the Publisher.
  6. The term for which the Buyer shall pay for the Advertisement shall begin on the date scheduled by the Publisher as the first date of publication of the Advertisement and not any delayed or postponed publication date. The Publisher shall provide the Buyer with an invoice for each order, which the Buyer shall pay in cleared funds within the 14 day payment terms. In respect of Advertisement for the web, if the Advertisement is charged for based upon an agreed CPM, the cost will be pro-rated from the date of publication. If the Publisher has previously agreed to open a credit account for the Buyer, payment shall become due 14 days after the date of the invoice. The Publisher may charge interest under the Late Payment of Commercial Debts (Interest) Act 1998 on any unpaid amounts on a day to day basis from the date payment falls due until receipt, plus an administration of £25.
    1. All charges are exclusive of Value Added Tax, which shall be payable at the rate from time to time in force.
    2. The Publisher may, without prejudice to its other rights and remedies, refuse to publish any Advertisement without any liability to the Buyer where the Publisher has not been paid.
    3. The Buyer shall not set-off any amount against any invoiced amount hereunder.
    4. The Publisher may withdraw or adjust any discount given to the Buyer for a series of Advertisements if the series is not completed for any reason.
  7. The Publisher may at its discretion and without notice to the Buyer at any time:
    1. decline to publish, or alter, suspend or change the position of any Advertisement;
    2. charge the Buyer where the Buyer fails to supply artwork, film, copy or other materials either at all or by the applicable Copy Deadline, including where extra production and colour processing costs are included;
    3. destroy any materials which have been in its possession for more than 6 months from the date of their last use unless written instructions have been received from the Buyer to the contrary;
    4. change charges and technical requirements at any time. Subject to Conditions 8 to 8.3 below, if the Publisher increases the charges prior to publication, the Buyer may (a) cancel the order without surcharge by providing written notice to the Publisher of such cancellation; or (b) continue the order at the revised charge.
  8. The Publisher shall not be bound by a stop order, cancellation or transfer of any Advertisement unless received by the Publisher in writing 28 working days before a monthly title is published (the “Deadline”). Any such instruction received after the Deadline shall not (even if followed by the Publisher) affect the Buyer’s liability to pay for the Advertisement. The Publisher may at its absolute discretion change the date that any title is sent out without notice to the Buyer. The Publisher may treat the fact that the Buyer is deemed unable to pay its debts within the meaning of Section 123 of the Insolvency Act 1986 or any other breach of these Conditions by the Buyer as a cancellation.
    1. The Publisher may offer any online inventory cancelled by the Buyer to a third party and the Buyer will be liable for the cancellation charges set out in Condition 8.2 below;
    2. In the event that a Buyer cancels an online order the following cancellation charges apply:
      1. cancellation at least 30 days before the campaign start date – 0% of charges;
      2. between 11 and 29 days before the campaign start date – 70% of charges, and
      3. less than 11 days before the campaign start date – 100% to be payable within 30 days of the Publishers invoice.
    3. Where the Buyer wishes to partially cancel any order, the charges set out above shall be pro rated to reflect the cancelled part.
  9. The Publisher shall not be responsible or liable for:-
    1. checking the correctness of the Advertisement;
    2. any error in the Advertisement;
    3. the wording or quality of reproduction of the Advertisement;
    4. the actual positioning of the Advertisement;
    5. the repetition of any error in an Advertisement ordered for more than one insertion;
    6. the distribution of any publication in a specific geographical area;
    7. the technical failure of any electronic publication;
    8. any loss caused by any delay or failure by the Publisher to issue a publication on the due date, or the suspension or cessation of any publication;
    9. the Publisher’s acts and omissions caused by anything beyond the Publisher’s reasonable control;
    10. any other liability in excess of the charge, the Advertisement or of Publishing the Advertisement for a second time without charge;
    11. any failure to comply with its obligations due to the act or omissions of any third party, subcontractor or service provider;
    12. any “live” matter trimming off outside the stated type areas. Mechanical specifications and upload instructions for all titles are available from the production department.
  10. Subject to Condition 9.2 above, if an Advertisement contains an error caused by the Publisher, provided that the Buyer gives written notice to the Publisher of such error within 5 working days of its publication the Publisher (in its absolute discretion) will give credit to the Buyer for either (i) the cost of the Advertisement containing the error; or (ii) the cost of publishing the Advertisement for a second time without charge (as applicable), which the Buyer agrees shall be the Publisher’s maximum liability. For the avoidance of doubt, no credit will be given to the Buyer where it has failed to provide notice to the Publisher in accordance with the terms of this Condition 10.
  11. The placing of an order for the insertion of an Advertisement shall amount to an acceptance of these Conditions; and any terms in any order given by the Buyer shall have no effect.
  12. These Conditions contain the whole agreement between the parties and supersede any prior written or oral agreement between them and the parties confirm that they have entered into agreement on the basis of any representations that are not expressly incorporated in these Conditions.
  13. Nothing in these Conditions shall affect the statutory rights of a Buyer who is a consumer.
  14. These Conditions shall be governed by and construed according to English Law and the parties submit to the exclusive jurisdiction of the English courts.
Join Our Team!

Join Our Team!

Eljays44 is a successful young, vibrant media company that provides business information to the industries we operate in. We are a market leader and have high standards of presentation in everything we do. We have had tremendous growth over the last two years and are now starting on the next phase of development.

Job Description:
Eljays44 is flying – established early 2011 the company has proved that with investment in people, products and having the ability to spot opportunities, businesses can still flourish, whatever the climate. We already have the market leading magazine, website and event within the landscape industry, and we have just launched into the garden centre sector. Also early 2014 saw us launch a cross-industry job board. The next phase of development is about to start – we plan to launch additional brands, which will include magazines, websites and events.
 
Skills Range:
To help us maximise the opportunity we need to recruit various roles covering all aspects of media (Sales, Marketing and Content), also we are keen to talk to all levels of experience, graduates to experienced professional. As long as you have bags of energy, enthusiasm a determination to succeed, flexible and have the right character we would love to talk to you.

The current team is eager and very energetic, successful with bags of enthusiasm and commitment.

If you would like more information and believe you could add value to Eljays44 please call Jim Wilkinson 07887 894026 or email jim.wilkinson@eljays44.com

GARDEN CENTRE RETAIL: FIRST ISSUE ARRIVES!

GARDEN CENTRE RETAIL: FIRST ISSUE ARRIVES!

ELJAYS44 LTD  is proud to announce the launch of Garden Centre Retail – a new monthly B2B magazine for the garden retail industry, the very first issue of which will have arrived on your desks today.

Aimed at owners, upper management and buyers of garden centres in the UK, Garden Centre Retail aims to share with you insightful, important and interesting information that you can use to better your business and keep on top of what is going on within the industry.

Jim Wilkinson, Managing Director of Eljays44 Ltd said: “we are really excited to add Garden Centre Retail to our ever-growing horticulture portfolio.”

“We deliver actionable, informative and entertaining content to our highly targeted audience. The first issue of Garden Centre Retail has excelled all expectation and the hard work, thousands of miles, meeting lots of the key industry players and visiting numerous garden centres has paid off.”

Jim continued, “We very much hope you enjoy this new, fresh and lively magazine and we look forward to developing it further with your input.”

In the very first big interview, entitled ‘View From The Top’, Garden Centre Retail interviews Julian Winfield, CEO of Haskins, who shares his thoughts on the state of the market for garden retail, as well as what Haskins has got planned for 2014. In the first of 12 instalments, Paul Pleydell of PleydellSmithyman discusses what high street stores are doing in terms of design and layout, and what garden centres can learn from them.

Garden Retail Consultant Kevin Waters gives his opinions on ‘keeping plants in the picture’, and Jane Perrone, The Guardian’s Gardening Editor, discusses monthly trends. There is also a selection of useful and insightful business tips from the likes of Guy Moreton of MorePeople, Simon Quinton Smith of Quinton Edwards, Jeremy Davies of GCS (GB) Ltd, and Keith Bateman of Davidson Richards.

A whole section of Garden Centre Retail is dedicated to what products you should be stocking, if you don’t already. In this, our ‘Product Lines’ section, we aim to share with you information of various products and suppliers – big and small – that inhabit the garden retail marketplace.

Lucy Summers, garden designer and plant lover, shares her advice on how and what to sell to a customer in terms of plants, and with a series of short interviews, Garden Centre Retail takes a look into the various garden centres and their plantareas.

With features, interviews, news updates and more, the content-driven Garden Centre Retail offers a fresh new look at the garden retail industry in a sleek and modern way that we believe will help garden centres across the country strengthen communication and the sharing of information.

With each issue Garden Centre Retail promises new and exciting content that you will look forward to reading and learning from.

The team at Eljays44, as always, are very keen to hear your feedback and initial thoughts on the magazine, as well as any ideas you have for future issues.

 

Eljays44 continues its growth and moves to larger premises

Eljays44 continues its growth and moves to larger premises

Eljays44 – Rustington

Eljays44 continues its expansions and moves to larger premises in Rustington, West Sussex.

The new offices enable our staff to work more efficiently with the latest fibre optic technology and computing systems. The office has also enabled us to grow the team. Our sales manager has recently employed a new sales executive and a graphic designer joins the team on the 6th of January

We welcome you into our new modern office facility and hope to see you soon!

Eljays44 Ltd

3 Churchill Court

112 The Street

Rustington

West Sussex

BN16 3DA

Leading Media in the Landscape Industry

Leading Media in the Landscape Industry

Eljays44 has positioned its brands; Pro Landscaper, FutureScape and Landscape Hub, as the leading media in the landscape industry.

The Pro Landscaper group of products have already secured their position within the landscape industry. It has done this by consistently delivering a content driven magazine that aims to deliver actionable and inspirational business information that can help companies within the landscaping sector progress their business. The Pro Landscaper website receives over 60,000 hits a month coming from 20,000 unique users. Over 25 per cent of our web users browse the site for five minutes or more each session. This is testament to the great content the site has to offer with over 200 relevant and interesting news stories going live every month. The site is also full of video content and job opportunities which are a huge pull in enabling us to interact with our readers. The Pro Landscaper App has been Eljays44′s first foray into application development. It now has over 5,000 subscribers and is growing with over 500 new subscribers every month. The App is fully interactive, with videos and links, offering the reader extended coverage of the market.

Like Pro Landscaper, FutureScape has established itself as the leading event within the landscaping industry and the first to deliver an event with positive feedback and feel good factor. This really highlights the opportunity to expand on the success of the 2012 event.
Landscape Hubis the most active social networking website within the landscape industry. It has now grown to over 650 members with a wide range of specialist knowledge. It is a great business resource for the industry.