Privacy Policy

The GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) aims to create a harmonised legal framework for data protection in the EU. The aim is to give citizens back control over their personal data, while imposing strict rules on those who host and process this data anywhere in the world. The EU Regulation also introduces rules on the free movement of personal data within and outside the EU.

What data do we collect?

The following categories of Personal Data are mainly processed (non-exhaustive list):

  • Identification and contact data: surname, first name, email address, telephone number…
  • Declarative personal data or data relating to professional life (website address…)

For what purposes do we collect and process Personal Data?

We collect and process Personal Data in the course of our business and the performance of the services we offer, for the purposes of (non-exhaustive list):

  • Providing a personalised service;
  • To provide a personalised service; To provide a quotation/contract in accordance with the applicable regulations;
  • Delivering our services in accordance with your requests;
  • Exchanging with you by all means of communication;
  • Evaluate satisfaction and our level of service.

More generally, we may use certain Personal Information to (but are not limited to)

  • To manage and monitor our commercial relations and our relations with our contacts/interlocutors;
  • Conduct studies, audits, or statistics for internal use;
  • To develop, improve and secure our systems/processes;
  • For marketing, advertising or communication purposes to keep you informed of our company news;
  • To manage opt-in, opt-out, newsletter and unsubscribe requests;

Who is responsible for the processing of Personal Data?

We are responsible for the processing of the Personal Data we collect and for complying with the obligations set out in the applicable regulations.

If you have any queries about the processing of