Code of Conduct

Code of Conduct

Applied Market Information (AMI) strives to provide a safe, inclusive, harassment-free experience for everyone, regardless of gender, gender identity and expression, sexual orientation, disability, race, ethnicity, religion, beliefs, citizenship and/or other protected categories.

All AMI event participants, including attendees, speakers, exhibitors, partners, sponsors, contractors, and AMI team are expected to follow this Code of Conduct at all AMI events.

AMI does not tolerate conduct that threatens, intimidates, or coerces another participant at the event, including actions based on an individual's background or any other characteristic protected by federal, state, country, EU or local law.

Firearms, weapons (including weapon replicas), ammunition, dangerous or hazardous devices or substances and illegal items are prohibited at all AMI events.

AMI expects that all participants be dressed in clothing considered appropriate and respectful for a professional environment. We recommend business or business casual attire. Participants must not be dressed in clothing that is sexually revealing or may be interpreted as undergarments, gender notwithstanding. Clothing that reveals an excess of bare skin, must not be worn. These guidelines are applicable to all event participants, regardless of gender. Attire that imitates armed forces or law enforcement or appears to threaten the safety of event participants is also prohibited. AMI reserves the right to make determinations on appropriate attire. Participants in attire that AMI deems objectionable may be asked to alter their attire or may be removed from the event premises.

All AMI participants must have, and visibly wear, their AMI-issued badge at all times to enter any AMI event venue, exhibition area, conference or authorised off-site events. Badges are the property of AMI and may not be resold, transferred to, or shared with others. Badges may be revoked by AMI for violations of this Code of Conduct.

Participants may contact AMI by emailing Please remember that notifying AMI does not constitute or replace notification to local law enforcement. This Code of Conduct does not replace rules posted by the venue owners or any rules that are part of AMI’s contracts with its vendors, exhibitors and/or sponsors.

Participants asked to stop any behaviour in violation of this code are expected to comply immediately. This code provides general guidelines and cannot cover every possible type of unacceptable behaviour. AMI reserves the right to apply corrective action to instances other than the specific examples noted. AMI participants violating these rules may be sanctioned or expelled from the event and any and all future events without a refund at the discretion of AMI management.

AMI reserves the right to take any action that is reasonably necessary, in the sole judgment of AMI, for the protection of its participants, including but not limited to exhibitors, sponsors and/or attendees.

This Code of Conduct may be modified at any time and for any reason including to reflect changes to the law.