From keynote speakers to interactive panels, the Health 2.0 Conference is packed with valuable information on various health topics, including nutrition, fitness, mental health, and disease prevention. To ensure that everyone feels safe at the conference, we expect the attendees to follow certain guidelines, as mentioned in this Code of Conduct.
We rely on your discretion and kindness to abide by these rules to experience the best of our conference.
Our health conference is committed to providing all attendees with a space that feels warm and welcoming.
We expect all attendees to comply with the policies and procedures of the conference venue. Failure to do so may result in removal from the conference.
Additionally, we encourage all attendees to report any violations of the code of conduct to a member of our staff or security team. All reports will be taken seriously and investigated thoroughly.
Consequences of violating the code of conduct can have serious repercussions. Any attendee found to violate the code of conduct may be subject to immediate removal from the conference without a refund and may be prohibited from attending future conferences.
We reserve the right to investigate and prosecute any attendee found to be engaging in fraudulent activity.
Any effort to deceive or exploit any person or our company is deemed fraudulent behavior during the event. Intentionally misrepresenting oneself or another participant, participating in financial transactions or exchanges without acceptable evidence of funds, or giving false or secret information are all examples of fraudulent behavior that the Health 2.0 Conference frowns upon.
We do not tolerate spam. Spam is defined as any action taken to transmit or publish messages that are unsolicited, undesired, or deemed insulting to another individual. Sending messages and distributing printed materials considered disruptive, harmful, or invading the recipient's privacy are examples of spam behavior. We take all claims of improper behavior seriously and urge anybody who has been subjected to or seen fraudulent, spam, or scam activity to contact us directly.