Terms and conditions


1. Application

1.1 Application.

General terms and conditions of sale and delivery (the "Terms and Conditions") apply to all agreements regarding Gordios Training ApS.'s, CVR number 35660186, (the "Company") sales and delivery of projects within business development, employee development, sales training, leadership development, management sparring and other consultancy for business customers as well as interim tasks of shorter or longer defined duration.

2. Basis of agreement

2.1 Basis of agreement.

The conditions, together with the Company's offer/presentation and order confirmation, form the overall basis of the agreement regarding the Company's sale and delivery of service and consulting services to the customer ("Basis of Agreement"). The customer's purchase conditions printed on orders or otherwise communicated to the Company do not form part of the Agreement.

2.2 Changes and additions.

Amendments to and additions to the Basic Agreement are only valid if the parties have agreed them in writing.

3. Consulting services and interim tasks

3.1 Consulting services and project tasks

The consulting services and project tasks that the Company sells and delivers to the customer are carried out professionally and according to what has been agreed in writing.

3.2 Interim tasks.

Interim assignments are non-cancellable during the contract period unless otherwise agreed in writing.

4. Bid sum, other expenses, payment and invoicing

4.1 Offer sum.

The tender sum appears in the offer/presentation by email or on the order confirmation and contains all services and benefits in connection with the completion of a task or a project. These services will be specifically mentioned in the offer/presentation or in the order confirmation. All prices are exclusive VAT.

4.2 Other expenses: Driving.

Kilometers driven in connection with the performance of agreed tasks and other consulting services, cf. submissions submitted, are invoiced separately and on an ongoing basis at the rates set by the state at any time, unless otherwise agreed in writing.

4.3 Other expenses: Accommodation, board and lodging, parking, plane or train, etc

Other expenses for any board and lodging, flights, trains, bridge tolls, parking, etc. in connection with the performance of agreed tasks and other consultancy services cf. presentation are invoiced separately and continuously at cost price, unless otherwise agreed in writing. Expenses under section 4.3 will be estimated in the offer/presentation to the customer, so that the customer approves these in advance. Documentation for the subsequent real expenses is attached when sending the invoice to the customer.

4.4 Payment.

The customer must pay all invoices for agreed tasks and other consulting services no later than 8 days after invoicing, unless the parties have agreed otherwise in writing. The latest payment date appears on the invoice. The invoice is sent per mail to the Company's contact person at the customer or via e-conomic as an e-invoice, if possible.

4.5 Invoicing.

The payment deadline or invoicing plan appears in the offer or submitted presentation or order confirmation. Invoices are typically made on an ongoing basis in relation to the work carried out - or in the case of a fixed-price proposal, typically 1/3 of the offer sum when the order is placed, 1/3 approx. halfway through the project and the rest the day after completion of the agreed project. Exact invoicing plan will appear in the offer/presentation or on the order confirmation.

5. Late payment

5.1 Interest.

If the customer fails to pay an invoice for services on time for reasons for which the Company is not responsible, the Company is entitled to interest on the overdue amount of 1% per month from the due date and until payment takes place.

5.2 Termination.

If the customer fails to pay an overdue invoice for service and consultancy services no later than 7 days after receiving a written demand/reminder for payment from the Company, the Company has, in addition to interest according to section 5.1 the right to: (i) cancel the delivery of the consulting services/tasks to which the delay relates, (ii) cancel the sale of services that have not yet been delivered to the customer

6. Offer/presentation, order and order confirmation

6.1 Offer/Presentation.

The company's offer/presentation is valid for 30 days from the date the offer/presentation is dated, unless otherwise stated in the offer/presentation. Acceptance of offers/presentations that the Company receives after the acceptance period has expired is not binding on the Company, unless the Company informs the customer otherwise.

6.2 Order.

The customer must send acceptance of the offer/offer to the Company in writing - typically via e-mail, stating that the offer/offer is accepted.

6.3 Order confirmation.

The company aims to send order confirmation of a concluded agreement to the customer via e-mail no later than 2 working days after receiving the order. Confirmation of orders must be in writing to bind the Company.

6.4 Change of order.

The customer cannot change the scope of a placed order and thereby the task or delivery without the Company's written acceptance.

6.5 Inconsistent Terms.

If the Company's confirmation of an order does not agree with the customer's order or the Basic Agreement, and the customer does not wish to accept the inconsistent terms, the customer must notify the Company in writing no later than 3 working days after receiving the order confirmation. Otherwise, the customer is bound by the order confirmation.

7. Delivery

7.1 Delivery time.

The company delivers the consulting services and completes the task no later than the time stated in the company's offer or presentation or according to a more specifically agreed schedule. Changes in the schedule that are not due to the Company do not affect the order or an agreed invoicing process.

8. Liability

8.1 Force majeure. Regardless of any contrary terms in the Basic Agreement, the Company is not liable to the customer for non-fulfillment of obligations which may be attributed to force majeure. The freedom from liability remains as long as force majeure persists. Circumstances that are beyond the Company's control and which the Company should not have foreseen when concluding the agreement are considered force majeure. Examples of force majeure are unusual natural conditions, war, terror, fire, flood, vandalism and labor disputes.

9. Confidentiality

9.1 Disclosure and use. The customer must not pass on, use or enable others to use the Company's platforms, supplied materials, models or tools or other information of any kind that is not publicly available. The company and its subcontractors process all knowledge regarding the customer's relationship and situation, customers, strategy and employees with respect and confidentiality.

10. Applicable law and venue

10.1 Applicable law.

The cooperation of the parties is in all respects subject to Danish law.

10.2 Venue.

Any dispute that may arise in connection with the parties' cooperation must be settled by a Danish court.


Gordios Training version 1.0 - January 2024