Terms and conditions of use of the website
The provisions below apply to all users of our website. By using our website, you expressly accept the following terms and conditions.
Scope of information on the site
Although N-Allo makes every effort to obtain information that it believes to be up-to-date and accurate, N-Allo cannot guarantee that all the information on its website is adequate, accurate and complete.
Under no circumstances may N-Allo be held liable for situations resulting from the use of information on this site or on other sites to which this site is linked, nor for situations resulting from the absence of certain information.
The information provided on this website is not intended to be used as a basis for assessing N-Allo’s company value. Any visitors interested in assessing this shall, if necessary, consult the information sources provided for by law – namely the company’s annual reports and interim results, all of which are available by request.
Protection of intellectual rights regarding the site and its contents
All rights pertaining to the content and architecture of this site, including (but not limited to) photographs, texts, logos, slogans, brands and trademarks, are reserved. They are protected by national and international legislation and regulations, with which all visitors to the site must comply.
Unless prior written consent is given by N-Allo, it is prohibited to reproduce, rent out, lend, broadcast or use for public performance any part of this site and its content through any medium whatsoever. Short excerpts of this site’s content may be used without prior consent providing the source is mentioned clearly and explicitly. Under no circumstances may this publication be altered in any way whatsoever.
N-Allo may provide links to third-party websites on its website. However, N-Allo may not be held liable for the content of these websites and cannot be required to issue any guarantees regarding the services and products offered by these third parties. Neither may N-Allo be held liable for any damage that may be caused by these third parties, their products or services, or the content of their websites.
Applicable law – Competent courts
These terms and conditions and any disputes that may arise from your use of this website are governed by Belgian law, with the courts of Brussels having sole jurisdiction in the matter.
This policy was designed to inform you that N-Allo (N-Allo CVBA, Bourgetlaan 42 – C2, 1130 Brussels) respects the General Data Protection Regulation (regulation 2016/679). It gives you information about what personal data we collect, why we collect it and what control you have over it. N-Allo is responsible for the data and treats it as confidential.
This policy applies to every visitor to our website.
Should you have any queries regarding the processing of your personal data, please mail us at DPO@n-allo.be.
The data we collect
We only collect data that you provide to us, such as:
- personal details (your name);
- contact details (e-mail address).
Why we process that data?
We process data for the following reasons:
- to keep you informed about recent developments through our newsletter;
- to contact you with regard to the question you asked through our website;
- to manage our website.
The data we share
We do not share your personal data with companies, organisations or individuals outside N-Allo.
Legal ground on which we process the data
We process your data solely:
- for the purpose of executing a contract in a pre-contractual context on your request (for instance if you ask us to send an offer or if you apply spontaneously for a position);
- to look after legitimate interests such as for sending our newsletter to which you can subscribe.
How long do we keep your data?
Your data is kept no longer than necessary for the reason we collect it.
- Newsletter: we keep your data 1 month after you unsubscribe for statistical processing. It will be deleted automatically afterwards.
- Contact us: if you ask us to contact you through our website, your data will be kept for 1 month for statistical processing. It will be deleted automatically afterwards.
Exercising of your rights
You have several rights that you may exercise:
- Right of access.
- Right of information.
- Right to erasure (‘right to be forgotten’).
- Right to rectification.
- Right to data portability.
- Right to restriction of processing.
- Right to object.
- Automated individual decision-making, including profiling.
Cookies are used on this website to register your choice of language so that when you make a return visit to the site, you will immediately see it in your chosen language. Your residence is registered too. N-Allo also collects information about the pages you visit and how. This latter information is collected purely for statistical purposes and to improve the user-friendliness of the website, not to identify you personally.