The protection of your personal data is important to us, therefore we pay particular attention to protecting the privacy of visitors accessing the site, as well as those whose personal data has been provided to us by a third party, or to which I had access from another source, in accordance with Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of April 27, 2016 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and the free movement of of these data (hereinafter referred to as “GDPR”).

ARTARCHAAG SRL (ARCHAAG) takes care of the confidentiality of personal data. For this reason, we have defined a privacy policy that defines how we collect, use, disclose, transfer and store your data.

We are committed to ensuring the protection of personal data and the correctness of its use. The privacy policy also explains the procedures we apply to protect your privacy. It applies to personal data that we collect through our website, by sending emails, through business meetings or at the events we participate in.

Data operator

SC ARTARCHAAG SRL, hereinafter referred to as ARCHAAG, is responsible for the processing of personal data of clients, partners, as well as persons participating in courses and trainings, carried out by the Company.

Consent for the storage of personal data

If you want to remain in our database, we need your consent.

Consent is voluntary and if you choose to remain in our database, consent to this privacy policy for the processing of personal data is required.

By registering in the ARCHAAG database, the user gives his express consent, within the limits of the legislation in force, to be contacted by third parties, partners of ARCHAAG: marketing service providers, other service providers; state, government agencies or insurance associations, when the specific legislation provides for this; other companies with which ARCHAAG can develop joint programs for offering goods and/or services on the market, etc.

Please read below what types of personal data we collect, for what purpose we process and use it, with whom we share it and about your legal rights and how to exercise these

What is personal data?

Personal data means any information that directly or indirectly identifies you as an individual. “Direct” means, for example, your name and address; “Indirect” means they are combined with other information.

What types of personal data do we collect?

Generally speaking, we collect and process personal information about you, which is made public through email, telephone or face-to-face conversations.

· Surname and First name

· Postal address, Email address

· Telephone number (landline and/or mobile)

· The company you represent and which can become or is our collaborator

How does the Company use the personal data you provide when you register as a candidate in a recruitment process?

We will use your Personal Data:

· To communicate with you during the collaboration, for example, by sending invitations to attend meetings, online by email, social media platforms, professional platforms, SMS or phone;

· Your name, address, email address, telephone number and other contact information;

· Details regarding the services that the company you represent offers to collaborators;

· Details of your requests regarding the services that our company can make available to you;

· For programs related to customer loyalty: exclusive offers, statistics, etc.

· Managing relations with customers and suppliers;

Legal obligations and legal defense

We may be required to use and retain personal information for legal and compliance reasons, such as preventing, detecting, or investigating crime, preventing loss, fraud, or any other abuse of our services and information systems. We may also use your personal data for internal and external audits, for information security purposes, or to protect our rights, privacy, safety, or the property or rights of others.

Exchange of personal data and disclosure thereof to third parties

We do not disclose personal data to third parties, unless participants have given their prior explicit consent for the specific purpose.

External service providers

Where necessary, we will engage other companies and individuals to perform certain tasks contributing to our services on our behalf under data processing agreements. We may, for example, provide personal data to authorized agents, contractors or partners to host our databases, for data processing services, or to send you the information you have requested.

We will share or allow access to such information ONLY with external service providers as necessary to provide our services. This information may not be used by external service providers for any other purposes. ARCHAAG’s external service providers are contractually obligated to respect the confidentiality of personal data.

Business transfers

In connection with any reorganization, restructuring, merger or sale or other transfer of assets (collectively “Business Transfer”), we will transfer information, including personal information, on a reasonable scale and as necessary for the Business Transfer and provided that the receiving party agrees to respect your personal data in a manner that complies with applicable data protection laws.

International transfers of personal data

In specific circumstances, it will also be necessary for ARCHAAG to transfer personal data to countries outside the European Union/European Economic Area (EEA), so-called “Third Countries”. Such transfers to third countries may refer to all processing activities described in the Privacy Policy. This Privacy Policy will also apply in the case of the transfer of personal data to third countries where a different level of data protection is applied than in the country of residence.

Other third parties outside the EU / EEA

All transfers of personal data to third parties will be made with your prior notification and, where appropriate, with your consent. Any transfers of personal data to countries other than those for which a data protection adequacy decision has been taken by the European Commission, as presented at /justice/data-protection/international-transfers/adequacy/index_en.htm, take place on the basis of contractual agreements that use the standard contractual clauses adopted by the European Commission or other appropriate guarantees, in accordance with the law in force.

Data storage: How long we keep your personal data

We will generally delete your personal data if it is no longer necessary to fulfill the purposes for which it was originally collected. However, we may be required to retain personal data for a longer period due to legal requirements.

· We will store the Contact Data for a minimum period of 12 months and a maximum of 36 months,

· We will store the data of natural persons processed for marketing and promotion purposes (newsletter, courses, trainings, etc.), for a period of 36 months.

Information on your legal rights and contact details for further enquiries

If you have any questions about this consent form and privacy protection or wish to exercise any of your legal rights as set out below, please contact us by email at

Your legal rights

As a data subject, you have specific legal rights regarding the personal data we collect from you. ARCHAAG will respect your individual rights and address your concerns appropriately.

You can object to the processing of your personal data at any time. If you object to the processing, please specify whether you want the deletion of your personal data or the restriction of its processing by us. Email address:

Please note:

· Time frame: We will try to fulfill the request within 30 days. However, the period may be extended for specific reasons relating to the specific legal right or the complexity of the request.

· Impossibility of identification: In some cases, we may not be able to search your personal data because of the identifiers provided in your request. Two examples of personal data that we cannot look up for you when you provide us with your name and email address are: – data collected from public social media sites, provided you have posted a comment under a pseudonym that it is not known to us.

In such cases, where we cannot identify you as the data subject, we are unable to comply with your request to enforce the legal rights as described in this section, unless you provide additional information that allows you to be identified.

· Exercise your legal rights: To exercise your legal rights, please contact the help desk regarding privacy matters in writing, for example: by email or letter. You can also contact our data protection officer directly. For contact information please see the end of this Privacy Policy.

Contact details of the Data Protection Officer: