Initiatives Sample Clauses

Initiatives. If any New City Law is enacted or imposed by a citizen-sponsored initiative or referendum, which New City Law would conflict with the Project Approvals or this Agreement or reduce the development rights or assurances provided by this Agreement, such New City Law shall not apply to the Property or Project; provided, however, the Parties acknowledge that City’s approval of this Agreement is a legislative action subject to referendum. Without limiting the generality of the foregoing, no moratorium or other limitation (whether relating to the rate, timing, phasing or sequencing of development) affecting any entitlements or permits to use that are approved or to be approved, issued or granted by City shall apply to the Property or Project. Developer agrees and understands that City does not have authority or jurisdiction over any other public agency’s ability to grant governmental approvals or permits or to impose a moratorium or other limitations that may affect the Project. City shall reasonably cooperate with Developer and, at Developer’s expense, undertake such actions as may be necessary to ensure this Agreement remains in full force and effect. City, except to submit to vote of the electorate initiatives and referendums required by law to be placed on a ballot and fulfill any legal responsibility to defend a ballot measure passed by its voters, shall not support, adopt or enact any New City Law, or take any other action which would violate the express provisions or spirit and intent of this Agreement.
Initiatives. The parties will cooperate in developing and implementing joint and separate initiatives to market, promote and advertise the Connectivity Services. A recent presentation by Aircell regarding proposed initiatives is attached hereto as Exhibit H. A marketing team consisting of representatives of both parties will work together in good faith to agree upon an initial marketing plan based upon Exhibit H within 30 days following the execution of this Agreement and will meet at least quarterly thereafter to review proposed initiatives and update the plan by mutual agreement. Each such plan (the “Marketing Plan”) will set forth the initiatives to be undertaken in the subsequent three months (or such other period on which the joint marketing team agrees), as well as the schedule and amounts budgeted for implementation of such initiatives. [***]. Neither the approval of the initial Marketing Plan nor any revision or update thereto will require an amendment to this Agreement. Neither party will undertake any material promotion without obtaining the written approval of the other party (the term “promotion” for this purpose including, without limitation, offering Connectivity Services for free or at discounted test or promotional rates).
Initiatives. The Community Organization acknowledges that Initiatives, as described in Section 3.4, might impact some aspect of the Community Organization’s operations or services. As a WOHT Member, the Community Organization will have access to information about active Initiatives. If an Initiative is likely to have a material impact on the Community Organization, then the Community Organization will be given the opportunity to assign one or more of its Community Organization’s Staff to serve on that Initiative. Participation on an Initiative includes involvement in the work of the Initiative, access to documentation and draft recommendations, and all the opportunities, rights, and responsibilities described in the remainder of this Section. If the Community Organization has not participated on an Initiative that develops recommendations that impacts the Community Organization, the Community Organization will have the opportunity to provide input to the Initiative on any draft recommendations as well as feedback to the sponsoring Working Group or the Coordinating Council. This feedback may cover any aspect of the recommendations as well as the Community Organization’s position regarding its willingness to participate in the implementation of any recommendation should it be approved for implementation. If the Coordinating Council approves a recommendation for implementation that impacts the Community Organization, the Community Organization will be invited to participate in the implementation planning recognizing that the Community Organization has the sole authority to control the extent and nature of any changes it may chose to make to its own operations and services and the extent to which the Community Organization works with other WOHT Members to jointly implement changes. The WOHT acknowledges that the Community Organization can not be directed to implement any WOHT decision, rather that implementation depends on the voluntary agreement and collaboration of the Community Organization and other WOHT Members impacted by a decision. The Community Organization acknowledges responsibility to cover its own costs and address any human resource considerations, internal operations or service changes that result from implementing any recommendation that the Community Organization has agreed to implement on its own or in collaboration with one or more other WOHT Members.
Initiatives. For Initiatives, Client shall pay Contractor such amounts as may be determined through the provisions of Section 9 hereof.
Initiatives. Invoicing with respect to Initiatives shall be consistent with the requirements approved for each Initiative. Contractor shall identify all Initiative activity invoicing by Initiative and by Client account code (cost center), appropriation number, or other code as identified by Client in writing from time to time.
Initiatives. Contractor shall inform and direct their employees to keep the Wi-Fi Equipment turned on at all times. Contractor shall inform and direct their employees to: (a) make timely announcements to passengers on Equipped Aircraft regarding the availability of Wi-Fi Services for customers to use; and (b) keep the seatbacks on the Equipped Aircraft stocked with seatback cards containing information about Wi- Fi Services at all times.
Initiatives. MasterCard will provide additional support to BAC to be used in the **** Year for the initiatives as set forth in Annex F (the “Additional Support”). To the extent EXECUTION VERSION that any services relating to any initiative set forth in Annex F are to be provided by ****, MasterCard’s obligation to provide Additional Support for such initiative is subject to BAC’s execution and delivery to MasterCard of appropriate documentation with **** before work begins. MasterCard and BAC will work together in good faith to expedite the initiatives in Annex F so that the Additional Support can be used in ****.
Initiatives. Please identify emerging markets for International Students (i.e. countries who are not represented in Algonquin College's current top five source countries for International Students, as shown in International Enrolment section below) in which Algonquin College actively engaged in recruitment activities in 2010-2011: VietnamBrazilBangladeshZambia Please provide the number of For-Credit outbound students and inbound students participating in student exchanges/study abroad/internships/international experiences that Algonquin College had in 2010-2011: • Outbound students* = 34*DEFINITION: Outbound students are students who pay tuition at an Ontario college/university for credit received for study/work abroad. • Inbound students* = 6*DEFINITION: Inbound students are international students registered at an Ontario college/university to receive academic credit.Please provide the gross revenue from international student tuition in Ontario in For-Credit academic programs at Algonquin College in 2010-2011 = $10,820,034 Please provide the gross revenue for all off-shore activities, including campuses, development and enterprise projects, contract training and partnerships that Algonquin College had outside of Canada in 2010-2011 = $268,753 Please list, in the table below, all For-Credit, Stand-Alone campuses or partner campuses at which Algonquin College delivers courses and/or programs abroad (outside of Canada) in 2010-2011, including city, country, programs offered, and total enrolment in each program offered at each campus: Campus NameCity/Municipality/CountryList all programs offered at the campus in 2010-2011Provide 2010-2011 total enrolment in each program offered listed in this tableJiangsu Maritime InstitutNanjing / ChinaBusiness Administration38