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SBER500 ACCELERATOR PARTICIPATION RULES
Section 1. General Provisions
1.1. These Rules of Participation in the Sber500 Accelerator (hereinafter referred to as the "Rules") regulate the relations between the Organizer and the Startup Projects involving participation in the events as part of the Program (as these terms are defined in Section 2 of the Rules).
1.2. These Rules are an offer and define the material conditions of conducting the Program by the Organizer. By consenting to these Rules in the manner specified in clauses 5.1-5.6 of the Rules, the Startup Project accepts the offer within the meaning of Article 435 and Article 438 of the Civil Code of the Russian Federation and becomes a party to the agreement on participation in the Program. Only the Startup Project that meets the requirements set forth in Section 4 of the Rules can carry out such acceptance. The text of the Rules is published on the Internet at: https://sberbank-500.ru.
The Sber500 Accelerator is not a public contest from the point of view of Chapter 57 of Russia's Civil Code.
1.3. In accordance with Article 431.2 of the Civil Code of the Russian Federation, the Startup Project provides warranties that:
- actions specified in clause 5.1 of the Rules, as well as other actions to fulfill the terms of these Rules, including signing documents, shall be performed on behalf of the Startup Project by duly authorized persons;
- participation in the Program under the terms of these Rules does not violate the requirements of the regulatory acts of the Russian Federation, as well as the regulatory acts of the country where the Startup Project is established or the country where the Startup Project operates (if the Startup Project is a legal entity incorporated and/or operating in accordance with the laws of a foreign country), the constituent documents of the Startup Project and the terms of permits/approvals issued to the Startup Project;
- The Startup Project has obtained all necessary permits and consents for participation in the Program in accordance with these Rules, including, but not limited to, all permits and consents required under the applicable law, internal (including constituent) documents of the Startup Project (including permits of the management bodies of the Startup Project), as well as agreements of the Startup Project with other persons;
- the representative of the Startup Project is duly authorized to participate in the Program and perform other actions provided for in these Rules;
- The Startup Project has complied with all necessary requirements in order to ensure the legality of receipt and transfer to the Organizer of those personal data provided by the Startup Project to the Organizer in connection with participation in the Program.
The Organizer declares, and the Startup Project agrees, that the warranties provided are material to the Organizer.
1.4. With each use of the Program Website, the Startup Project represented by the relevant authorized representative agrees to the terms of the Rules in the version in effect at the time of the actual use of the Website by the Startup Project. In this case, the Startup Project, represented by the relevant authorized representative, undertakes to familiarize itself with the current version of the Rules, as well as with all the information related to the Program and posted by the Organizer on the Website.

Section 2. Definitions
"Demo Day" means a public event, which ends Stage II of the Program, consisting of a series of short speeches by Participants, presenting their Products and investment presentations developed under the Program;
"Organizer" means Sberbank of Russia (Sberbank, address: 19 Vavilova St., Moscow, 117312, Russian Federation);
"Partners" means the companies engaged by the Organizer for additional expert evaluation of the Startup Projects and further work with them. The list of partners is posted on the Website;
"Representatives" means representatives by law or by proxy of a legal entity of the Startup Projects meeting the criteria specified in Section 4 of these Rules, defined by the Startup Project as persons directly participating in the activities under the Program;
"Product" means a program, solution, or service that contains unique technology, innovation, or an innovative approach to effectively meet customer needs;
"Program" means Sber500 Accelerator, the program of the Organizer to select and work with Startup Projects in order to develop teams and their business projects to find synergies, conduct pilot projects and organize cooperation, as well as attract investments, organize various events, including the Demo Day and events aimed at informational support of the Program results;
"Website" means the website on the Internet at https://sberbank-500.ru.
"Startup Project" means a company (a legal entity) at the initial stage of development, whose members are individuals united by the common task of developing and commercializing a Product and interdependent on each other in terms of information, resources and skills;
"Participant" means the Startup Project admitted to participation in the second stage of the Program.
Any terms and concepts used in the Rules that are not mentioned in this section will be interpreted systematically, in connection with other terms, separate conditions, and in accordance with the meaning derived from the text of the Rules. If it is not possible to determine the content of a term or concept from the text of the Rules, the definition of the relevant term or concept shall be determined in accordance with applicable law or based on established law enforcement practice.

Section 3. General Information about the Program

3.1. The program shall be conducted in two stages:
· Stage I – Submission of applications and competitive selection;
· Stage II – In-person or online acceleration.
3.2. The location of the on-site events of the Program is the city of Moscow. Information about specific event addresses is posted on the Website.
3.3. The Program shall be held within the timeframes indicated on the Website.
3.4. Participation in the Program shall be free.

Section 4. Requirements for Startup Projects and their Representatives
4.1. Startup Projects must develop their Product in the industries specified in Appendix 1 to the Rules.
4.2. The Product must be at the MVP stage (minimum viable Product that makes it possible to test business hypotheses on the first customers of the Startup Project) or at later stages of development and implementation.
4.3. The Startup Project must have its first sales and customers.
4.4. The Startup Project must be a legal entity incorporated in the Russian Federation or in another jurisdiction where the Startup Project carries out its main activities.
4.5. The rights to all intellectual property associated with the Product shall belong to the Startup Project as a legal entity.
4.6. Representatives of the Startup Project participating in the activities of the Program, representing the interests of the legal entity being the Startup Project, must:
· be persons who play a key role in the development and/or commercialization of the Product and/or have the ability to legally determine the decisions made by the Startup Project; and
· participate in all activities of the Program; and
· have a good command of spoken English.
4.7. Representatives of the Startup Project must have the relevant experience and qualifications to work on the Product.
4.8. The Startup Project must be represented by 2 to 3 Representatives, unless otherwise agreed with the Organizer.
4.9. If the Organizer determines that the Startup Project does not meet the requirements specified above, the Organizer has the right to deny the Startup Project's participation in the Program at any stage of the Program.

Section 5. Submission of an Application and Competitive Selection (Stage I)
5.1 In order to participate in the Program, the Startup Project shall apply by means of forming and sending through the website https://sberunity.ru a completed questionnaire in electronic form (according to the form of the Organizer) and the presentation attached to such questionnaire.
5.2 The questionnaire shall provide information about the Startup Project, the representatives of the Startup Project, the Product, and the investment received.
5.3 The presentation shall be attached to the questionnaire (in the recommended section).
5.4 The attached presentation must be in PPTX and/or PDF format. The total size of the materials attached to the questionnaire should not exceed 20 MB.
5.5 The presentation should not contain:
· information constituting trade and other legally protected secrets of third parties;
· items that are the intellectual property of third parties and/or that infringe the intellectual property rights of third parties;
· information and/or materials that violate the rights and interests of citizens and legal entities, the requirements of the laws of the Russian Federation, other applicable laws or public morals and morality, as well as information and/or materials, the distribution of which is prohibited in the Russian Federation.
5.6 The Startup Project shall ensure that it has all necessary rights and consents, as required by applicable law, to use the materials included in the content of the presentation, and, if personal data of third parties is included in the presentation, that such persons have given their consent.
5.7 Receipt of the electronic questionnaire by the Organizer through the website https://sberunity.ru confirms the agreement of the Startup Project with these Rules and participation in the Program.
5.8 The selection process shall consist of the analysis of questionnaires and the selection by the Organizer of the Startup Projects for participation in Stage II. In order to successfully pass Stage I (Analysis Stage), the questionnaire must meet the requirements specified in this section of the Rules, and the Startup Projects applied for participation in the Program and their Representatives must meet the requirements of Section 4 of these Rules.
5.9 As part of the selection process, the Organizer may involve Partners in the review of applications of the Startup Projects.
5.10 As a result of the selection, the Startup Projects that have successfully passed this stage shall get the opportunity to take part in Stage II.
5.11 The list of the Startup Projects that have passed the first stage of the Program shall be posted on the Website, or a personal notice shall be sent to each Startup Project that has passed the first stage.
5.12 Startup Projects that are not selected following the results of Stage I of the Program shall lose the right to participate in further stages, the obligations of the Organizer in relation to the relevant Startup Project and the obligations of the Startup Project under these Rules shall be terminated.

Section 6. On-site or online acceleration (Stage II)
6.1. State II of the Program shall be held on the dates indicated on the Website.
6.2. Stage II includes online and/or in-person lectures, master classes, consultations, personal meetings and other events according to the schedule determined by the Organizer.
6.3. In Stage II, Participants (with the participation and assistance of experts) shall refine their Product, develop a marketing strategy for its promotion in the market, prepare an investment presentation of their Product for the Demo Day and perform other actions aimed at the development of the Product according to the recommendations of experts.
6.4. To be admitted to participate in Stage II, Participants must first sign a confidentiality agreement with the Organizer.
6.5. Refusal or evasion by the Participant to sign it shall be interpreted as a refusal of the Participant to further participate in the Program and shall result in termination of the obligations of the Organizer and of the Startup Project under these Rules from the date the Organizer receives the Startup Project's refusal to sign the confidentiality agreement, or from the date of the beginning of Stage II specified on the Website, or, in case of evasion of signing - from the date specified in the Organizer's notice of confidentiality agreement signing or on the Website (whichever of the dates occurs first). For the purposes of this clause of the Rules, the Participant's evasion of signing the confidentiality agreement means that the Participant has not signed and has not provided to the Organizer a duly signed document within the time frame specified in the Organizer's notice of signature sent to the Participant or the time frame specified on the Website. No additional notification by the Organizer is required for the purposes of termination of the obligations under these Rules.
6.6. The Participant's representatives must attend all on-site events and participate in online activities, including test assignments, in Stage II of the Program. In case of missing more than 20% of events, the Organizer has the right to exclude the Participant from the Program (unilaterally terminate the obligations under these Rules by sending a relevant notice to the Participant).
6.7. The Organizer also has the right to exclude the Startup Project from the Program at any stage of the Program, if the Startup Project violates the obligations under these Rules, as well as other agreements governing the conditions of participation in the Program and arising from such participation, concluded with the Organizer or third parties.
6.8. Participants shall be assigned trackers to supervise Participants' work and business advice as part of the Program in order to successfully complete it, as well as to improve the Products.
6.9. In the course of the Program, the Organizer is entitled to make photo and video recordings of various events with participation of various persons (including Representatives), and to post such photo and video materials on the Website and in other information sources, including various advertising and PR materials. For this purpose, the Startup Project guarantees to the Organizer the receipt by the Startup Project of appropriate written consents from the Representatives and the transfer of such consents to the Organizer at the request of the Organizer. In case the Organizer receives demands, claims, lawsuits from Representatives or other third parties regarding violation of image rights by the Organizer, the Startup Project undertakes to take all measures available to it in accordance with the law (as agreed with the Organizer) to settle disputes with such persons through the pre-trial process, and in case of objective impossibility to settle the disputes through the pre-trial process, including to enter into a lawsuit on the side of the Organizer and take all actions in its power to exclude the Organizer from being a defendant in such litigation. If in the aforementioned case the Organizer is obliged to compensate the losses, pay compensation to the Representatives and/or third parties in relation to the violation of their image rights, the Startup Project undertakes to compensate the Organizer extrajudicially in full the losses, the compensation paid by the Organizer, as well as all related legal expenses of the Organizer.
6.10. The Demo Day shall be conducted at the end of Stage II of the Program.
6.11. Mentoring and expert support within the Program shall be provided in Russian and English (mostly).

Section 7. Financing, Business Proposals
7.1. Participants undertake to inform the Organizer of any investment proposals received from third parties and to allow the Organizer (or any other person as directed by the Organizer) to join the proposed financing as a co-investor in the amount of at least 30% of the financing (including, but not limited to, by negotiating and forming binding conditions with investors, subject to simultaneous co-investment by the Organizer (or any other person as directed by the Organizer) inclusion of representatives of the Organizer (or other person as directed by the Organizer) in the negotiation and document preparation process) within 18 months from the date of acceptance of these Rules.
7.2. During the term of the Program and after its completion, the Organizer may propose that the Startup Project should conclude an agreement providing for the use of the Product by the Organizer or its affiliates, and the Startup Project undertakes to consider such proposal, making a reasoned decision following the results of the proposal consideration.

Section 8. Processing of Personal Data
8.1. The Organizer shall process personal data as part of the Program in accordance with the Sber500 Personal Data Processing and Protection Policy posted on the Website, which is an integral part of these Rules, and, as regards the use of the Website, also in accordance with the Sber500 Cookies Policy.
8.2. The Startup Project warrants and undertakes to the Organizer that it has provided proper legal grounds for processing of personal data, other restricted information to which the Organizer gained access during the Program, notified the relevant data subjects about the processing of their personal data by the Organizer in the manner and scope established by Section 18(3) of Federal Law dated 27 July 2006 No. 152-ФЗ (152-FZ) "On Personal Data" and other applicable legislation. At the request of the Organizer, the Startup Project undertakes to provide documentary evidence of the above within 3 business days from the date of receipt of the relevant request from the Organizer.
8.3. In case the Organizer receives demands, claims, lawsuits from third parties (in particular, data subjects) or authorized public authorities regarding the violation by the Organizer of the rights of a third party (parties) or the requirements of applicable law, which was committed by the Organizer as a result of the violation by the Startup Project of its representations and warranties specified in these Rules, the Startup Project undertakes to take all available measures in accordance with the law (as agreed with the Organizer) to settle disputes with such third parties and authorized public authorities through the pre-trial process, and in case of objective impossibility of settlement through the pre-trial process, including to enter into litigation on the side of the Organizer and take all actions in its power to exclude the Organizer from being a defendant in such litigation. If in the above case the Organizer is obliged to compensate the losses, pay compensation to third parties related to the violation of their rights, pay a fine, the Startup Project undertakes to compensate the Organizer extrajudicially in full the losses, compensation, fines paid by the Organizer, as well as all related legal expenses of the Organizer.

Section 9. Informing, Notifying and Communicating
9.1. All the Organizer's communication, including sending legally significant messages within the meaning of Art. 165.1 of the Civil Code of the Russian Federation, with the Startup Project shall be carried out using the contact information specified in the questionnaires, unless otherwise expressly stated by the Startup Project in a written notice sent to the Organizer and signed by an authorized person of the Startup Project (hereinafter, the "address notice").
9.2. All information, documents and other materials sent by the Startup Project from the email address that was specified as the primary means of communication in the questionnaire or address notice shall be considered as officially provided by the Startup Project. All communications sent by the Organizer to the Startup Project to the email address, which was specified as the primary means of communication in the questionnaire or address notice, shall be considered as received by the Startup Project, while the obligations of the Organizer to inform the Startup Project shall be considered as duly fulfilled.
9.3. For information purposes, the Organizer may also use the information contained in the Unified State Register of Legal Entities or official registers of foreign companies. The Organizer may additionally use other contact information provided by the Startup Project for informational purposes.
9.4. Information about changes in the time frames for submitting and/or processing applications, changes in the time frames for implementing the Program (all and each of its stages), information about changes to these Rules and other information intended for all Startup Projects shall be posted on the Website, and from the start of Stage II may be sent to Startup Projects in the manner prescribed by these Rules and the legislation.
9.5. The Organizer shall be informed (notified) by Startup Projects via e-mail: help@sberbank-500.ru.

Section 10. Other Rules
10.1 Images of trademarks (service marks), the rights to which belong to the Startup Projects, images of the logos of the Startup Projects, their legal names may be placed by the Organizer on the Website, in advertising and PR materials to be placed both in the official channels of the Organizer on the Internet, and on the platforms of third parties that provide the relevant services to the Organizer, including for the purposes of informing about the Program and its results. In case the Organizer receives demands, claims, lawsuits from third parties regarding violation of exclusive rights by the Organizer, the Startup Project undertakes to take all measures available to it in accordance with the law (as agreed with the Organizer) to settle disputes with such third parties through the pre-trial process, and in case of objective impossibility to settle the disputes through the pre-trial process, including to enter into a trial on the side of the Organizer and take all actions in its power to exclude the Organizer from being a defendant. If in the above case the Organizer is obliged to compensate losses, pay compensation to third parties in relation to the violation of their exclusive rights, the Startup Project undertakes to reimburse the Organizer extrajudicially in full for losses, compensation paid by the Organizer, as well as all related legal expenses of the Organizer.
10.2 Startup Projects shall be responsible for all expenses related to their participation in the Program. Unless otherwise expressly provided for in these Rules, the Organizer shall not compensate or reimburse the Startup Projects (including the Startup Projects whose relations have been terminated for any of the reasons provided for in the Rules) for the expenses related to participation in the Program.
10.3 The Startup Project undertakes to provide additional information and documents regarding the Startup Project, its Representatives and members of the Startup Project team, if such information is necessary for the implementation of the Program, upon request of the Organizer.
10.4 The Startup Project undertakes to provide the Organizer with restricted information (in particular, information containing trade secrets, personal data) to ensure the legality of the use of such restricted information by the Organizer.
10.5 The Startup Project undertakes to provide the Organizer with accurate information necessary to participate in the Program and pass all of its stages, including information about itself, the Representatives, the Product, and other relevant information that is important for making decisions at the stages of the Program. In the case of providing the Organizer with legally protected information of third parties, the Startup Project undertakes to obtain all necessary consents/permissions from such third parties and to fulfill in full all other necessary requirements to ensure the lawful transfer of such information to the Organizer.
10.6 The Startup Project undertakes to select Representatives who meet the criteria set forth in these Rules, as well as to ensure their participation in the activities of the Program.
10.7 The Startup Project undertakes to ensure control and timely detection of the signs and diagnosis of a new coronavirus infection (COVID-19) in the Representatives and to prevent participation of the relevant Representatives in on-site events of the Program. The Organizer has the right to deny such Representatives admission to the on-site events of the Program if they show signs and diagnosis of new coronavirus infection (COVID-19) or if they violate any other requirements for counteracting new coronavirus infection (COVID-19) established by Rospotrebnadzor or the Organizer. Such denial shall not constitute a breach of the Organizer's obligations.
10.8 The Organizer has the right to unilaterally change the terms of the Rules. These changes shall be published by the Organizer on the Website. In addition, the Organizer has the right to send notices of changes in the conditions of the Rules to each of the Startup Projects participating in the Program. Any changes made by the Organizer in the Rules shall come into force from the time of their publication on the Website.
10.9 The Organizer has the right to engage third parties at its discretion to carry out activities under the Program.
10.10 Under no circumstances shall the Organizer be liable to the Startup Project and/or to any third parties for any losses related to the fulfillment of the conditions specified in the Rules, participation in the Program (including, but not limited to, losses resulting from loss of business reputation, interruption of work, loss of data, technical failure, accident or malfunction of the Startup Project hardware (equipment) or any other damages, costs or losses, as well as lost profits or unjust enrichment). In addition to the above, any aggregate liability of the Organizer on any grounds under the Rules shall not exceed the actual documented damage of the Startup Project.
10.11 These Rules are drawn up and subject to interpretation in accordance with the law of the Russian Federation. In all other matters not provided for in these Rules, the parties shall be governed by the law of the Russian Federation.



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