Third Party Vendor Agreement

Welcome to eCymru. By using eCymru to host, create or manage events and / or online courses, you agree to be bound by the below agreement.

Access and Scope


eCymru allows for Third-Party Vendors to create, organize, host, promote, manage online events and courses on eCymru.

Access of Service

To be a Third-Party Vendor, you must be approved by a Registered Social Landlord associated to eCymru to host events.


If you choose to use eCymru as an event host, such relationship with eCymru is limited to being an independent, third party, and not an employee of eCymru.

Third Party Links

eCymru may contain links to Third-Party websites and resources. Such Third-Party websites may be subject to different terms and conditions and privacy policies.

Links to such Third-Party Services are not an endorsement by Zoom of such Third-Party Services, and use of such Third-Party Services is at your own risk.

Use of eCymru


Third-Party Vendors are solely responsible for their events, courses and listings, including providing customer support.

When creating an Event listing through eCymru you must: (1) provide complete and accurate information about your Event and / or Course; (2) disclose any restrictions and requirements that may apply (e.g. resources) and (3) provide any other relevant information.


When eCymru attendees book tickets, they are entering into an agreement with the Third-Party Vendor.

Data Protection and Use of Event Attendee Information

Third-Party Vendors agree to only collect and use event attendee information necessary to grant the attendee access the ticket and event.

Third-Party Vendors may only initiate interaction with the event attendee where it is believed customer support is required to access the event.

Third-Party Vendors must ensure compliance with the UK GDPR.[1]

Licenses and Insurances

Third-Party Vendors attests to hold all licenses required to host the event

Third-Party Vendors attests to be insured to host the event

Third-Party Vendors must make available any documentation upon request of eCymru


We welcome and encourage feedback and suggestions for eCymru.


eCymru has the right to terminate your use of eCymru if you are in violation or breach of any provision of eCymru Privacy Policy or this Third-Party Agreement.


[1] UK GDPR means the GDPR as transposed into United Kingdom national law by operation of section 3 of the European Union (Withdrawal) Act
2018, together with the Data Protection Act 2018, and other data protection or privacy legislation in force from time to time in the United Kingdom.