Collection and use of personal data
This section describes the personal data we collect through the Website and the reasons why we do so:
a. In order to provide you with information and to contact you:
We collect the personal data you provide to us when using the Website, for example when you fill in a contact form or subscribe to our newsletter. This information includes your first and last name, your e-mail address, your company and your job title, if applicable.
Fields marked with an asterisk are mandatory. If you do not complete one or more of these fields, we will not be able to process your registration or contact. The other fields are optional; it is not compulsory to fill them in, but doing so helps us to communicate with you..
We will use the information collected to provide you with the information or documents requested. We may also use your personal data to contact you by e-mail to provide you with further information. If you do not wish to receive further information about our activities, you can ask us at any time to stop contacting you and to remove your personal data from our database using the contact form at the bottom of the page.
b. To send our newsletter:
c. To track the use of our Website :
"Cookies" are data files that we transfer to and store on your electronic device. We use different types of cookies, some of which may automatically process analytical data directly on your devices and/or transfer personal data to us.
When our website is accessed and used, the following data is stored: IP address, date, time, browser software numbering and information generally transmitted on the operating system, respectively on the browser software.
Google Analytics (Cookies) : Cookies enable anonymized statistical evaluations to be carried out, in order to recognize trends that serve to improve the offer available on our website. You can disable this function via your browser by deactivating the cookie function.
Google Tag Manager :
We use Google Tag Manager on our website. This service enables you to manage the website's tags via an interface. Tags are small pieces of code on a website that are used, among other things, to measure visitor traffic and behavior, to measure the impact of online advertising and social channels, to use remarketing and targeting, and to test and optimize the Website. Google Tag Manager uses only tags. Google Tag Manager follows a set of trigger rules that determine when these tags should be used on a website. When a user visits the website, the tags are triggered according to the configuration and the corresponding cookies are loaded in the user's browser. Google Tag Manager, however, does not access this data. By using Google Tag Manager, your use of our website will be more efficient and faster, because by managing the right tags, our website will be faster. If Google Tag Manager has been disabled at domain or cookie level, it will remain disabled for all tracking tags, if implemented with Google Tag Manager.
d. To comply with our legal obligations :
We may process your personal data in order to comply with our legal obligations. This will be the case in particular if we have obligations to disclose certain information to the authorities or to retain such information for tax or accounting purposes or in connection with pending or potential legal proceedings. The categories of personal data collected and the retention period will depend on the applicable legal provisions.
As a general rule, we process your personal data internally. However, we may disclose your personal data to our IT service providers, as part of the operation of the Website, or to the authorities when we are obliged to disclose personal data in accordance with any applicable regulations. We may allow you to use services offered by third parties from our Website, in particular through LinkedIn, Twitter and YouTube social plug-ins, in which case these third-party providers may access your personal data in connection with the Website. They may install cookies for sharing content on social networks or for compiling consultation statistics.
We store your personal data via U.S.-based hosting services whose servers are located in different countries. In principle, we do not transfer or make your personal data accessible in other countries. Insofar as your personal data must be transferred or become accessible in another country due to the technical or operational infrastructure of the suppliers we have chosen, we will ensure that such transfer or access complies with Swiss data protection law and will put in place the appropriate safeguards required (for example by relying on the standard clauses adopted by the European Commission). You can contact us for any further information in this regard at email@example.com.
Applicable law and competent courts
Swiss law applies to any relationship with this Web site. In the event of a dispute, the place of jurisdiction is Lausanne, Switzerland..
Modification date : july 2023