Terms of Use of the BRUSSELS EXPO website

Disclaimer

BRUSSELS EXPO appreciates your interest in its products and its website. We want you to know how we process the personal data you provide us with and make sure that you can visit our website with complete peace of mind. The personal data you provide, including your email address, will be processed as follows:

  • We keep the data you provide to us to respond to your request for information.
  • We keep the information you provide to us as part of an application and we process them only for this purpose with all necessary precautions.
  • We can only safely manage the personal information you send us once they have passed our firewall (protection filter). Think about it when you send confidential information.
  • The information stored will also serve us internally to conduct assessments about the visits to our site in order to improve your experience. We also use it to tell you all about the latest news from BRUSSELS EXPO and its products. If you do not or no longer want your details to be used for this purpose, please let us know.
  • We undertake not to pass on or sell your personal information to third parties other than the different divisions of BRUSSELS EXPO or its direct partners.
  • Our website contains links to sites that are not part of the BRUSSELS EXPO Group. BRUSSELS EXPO cannot be held responsible for the privacy policy of these sites.

All personal data provided is stored in a file that is owned by BRUSSELS EXPO. These data are intended for the promotion of our products. You have a right to consult and correct your personal data. For further information you can contact the Public Register of the Commission for the Protection of Privacy.

Terms of Use

Your visit to this site is governed by our Terms of Use and all applicable legislation. By visiting this site you are deemed to have accepted the terms of use described below without restriction or exclusion.

Copyright

The content of this site is protected by copyright and those rights are held by BRUSSELS EXPO and its suppliers and partners. All rights reserved. Unless otherwise stated, the information contained in the website (including, among others, text, presentations, illustrations, photos and sound illustrations) may not be copied, moved, distributed or stored without the prior written consent of BRUSSELS EXPO. Any modification of site content is expressly prohibited. Parts of the site contain illustrations explicitly protected by the copyright of their creators.

No warranty and or liability

The information presented on this website may in no way give entitlement to any right or claim. BRUSSELS EXPO cannot be held liable for information provided on sites you access via its site. The links are a service that we offer and BRUSSELS EXPO may not be held liable for the content of these sites. Furthermore, it is your responsibility to ensure that these sites are free of viruses or harmful elements. We are entitled to modify the information contained on our website without prior notice or obligation.

Comments, questions and suggestions

BRUSSELS EXPO does not wish to receive confidential or strictly private information via this site. Any information you send us (suggestions, ideas and other) will be considered non-confidential and public, in line with our disclaimer set out above. By sending documents to BRUSSELS EXPO, you give it the unrestricted, irrevocable right to use such information, to publish, edit, process and disseminate them and to have them legally protected. BRUSSELS EXPO is also entitled to freely apply ideas and techniques you submit it. BRUSSELS EXPO has developed this site with the utmost care, but nevertheless welcomes any suggestion or comment about it. If you have any complaints regarding certain texts or illustrations, feel free to send them to us.

General

BRUSSELS EXPO is free to modify these Terms of Use at any time by posting a new version on its website. The terms of use are governed by the law of the country where BRUSSELS EXPO has its registered office, namely Belgium, and any dispute shall be governed by Belgian law. Should a competent court consider a part of these Terms of Use to be void and unenforceable, the part of the terms of use concerned shall be deemed to have been deleted and the remaining provisions shall be deemed to be fully valid and enforceable.

Cookies Policy

Brussels-Expo.be uses cookies to better tailor its websites to your needs and preferences. You have the possibility of refusing cookies. In this case, we draw your attention to the fact that our website will no longer run optimally. It may mean that you will no longer be able to access certain services we offer on our websites.

If you do not refuse the generation of cookies and you click on 'continue', Brussels-Expo.com considers that you agree to its cookies.

What is a cookie?

A cookie is a small text file generated by the website you visit and stored in the browser of your computer or your mobile device - Smartphone, iPhone, iPad, etc. A cookie contains a code that can only be read by the server that placed it there. The server therefore has no access to other information found on your computer or mobile device.

How is a cookie file developed?

Developing a cookie file:

  • The name of the server that generated the cookie file
  • The mention of a deadline
  • A unique encrypted code

Where can I find these cookies?

Cookies are stored in a separate folder in the browser of your computer or of your mobile device.

What is a 'session cookie'?

This cookie serves to recognise your browser for the duration of your visit to our websites.

What is a 'permanent cookie?

This cookie serves to recognise your browser in the case of recurrent visits to our websites.

What cookies are essential?

If you disable essential cookies, you will have the impression that some parts of our websites do not work or do not work as they should. Brussels-Expo.be uses this type of cookie when you fill in a form or to be able to discuss on its blogs, for example. Brussels-Expo.be uses the 'essential cookies' when you want to log in to your personal account. These cookies allow us to control your identity securely before allowing access to personal information you have provided.

What is a 'feature Cookie'?

As their name implies, these cookies ensure the optimal functioning of our websites to guarantee you a pleasant and personalised browsing experience. Brussels-Expo.be uses' feature cookies to 'remember' your personal preferences and to avoid the communication of the same information in case of recurring visits, for example in the case of participation in an action.

What is a 'performance Cookie'?

BrusselsExpo.be uses the 'performance cookies' to gather information about how you use our websites so as to adapt and improve the content and usability. These cookies record the number of visitors per page for example, or the language in which the website is most often consulted.

What is a 'third party cookie’?

Third-party cookies come from the advertisements posted by third parties on the BrusselsExpo.be websites. They set out to tailor advertisements and/or their content to your personal preferences. These cookies are visible only if you have not disabled them. In no circumstances does the use of third party cookies give access to your personal information, either for Brussels-Expo.be or advertisers (third).

What is the ‘Integrated Content'?

The Brussels-Expo.be websites can redirect to other sites via a clickable link. You then reach the website of another organisation. It is possible that the site to which you were directed also uses cookies. Brussels-Expo.be therefore advises you to consult the terms of use of the organisation in question, stated on its website, and to read its policy in relation to privacy and cookies.

How to manage cookies?

You yourself are in charge of managing your cookies. You can change your browser settings to suit your personal preferences. You can always remove the installed cookies and refuse new cookies by modifying your browser settings.

The website below provides an overview of the most common browsers and explains how you can adjust your browser settings to suit your preferences:​  http://www.aboutcookies.org/