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PERSONAL DATA POLICY

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INFOPRO DIGITAL GROUP

Latest update: 05/2023

The Group is committed to global compliance with the laws on the protection of personal data. The purpose of this personal data policy (“Policy”) is to describe the characteristics of the processing of personal data carried out within the Group and to specify the conditions thereof. 

In the context of this Policy, each company that is part of the Group is responsible for the personal data it collects and stores. The names and contact details of each data controller are listed in Appendix 1.

The Infopro Digital Group Data Protection Officers may be contacted using the contact details given in Appendix 1 of this Policy in the event of questions or difficulties relating to the processing of personal data.   

The collection, processing and management of personal data in connection with Group human resources management is covered by a separate policy.

In this Policy:

Group” refers to the Infopro Digital Group, and individually and collectively to the companies of the Group listed in Appendix 1 of this Policy. 

“you” or “User” means you and any person using or interacting with the Group’s Services. 

“Services” means our websites, software applications, mobile apps, subscription services, and virtual or in person events, whether operated by us or on our behalf.

1. TYPES OF DATA THAT ARE COLLECTED

The Group aims to minimize its collection of personal data.  But where it is collected, it is primarily comprised of the following categories:

Identity information – for instance, first name, last name, signature, email address, phone number, signature, personal details.

Transactional and usage data – for instance, browsing and purchase history, product reviews, survey responses, payment information (including bank details) and records detailing how you use our services.

Professional data – for example, contact details, business information, professional email address, training records, awards, current employment details, CV/resume, public profile data.

Other data – which could comprise location data, connection and navigation data (IP addresses, logs etc), user generated content (including photographs and other images), voice data collection (voice command or phone recording).

Regarding data relating to minors

The Group’s activities are not aimed at minors.

Our products and services are intended for people of legal age and capable of entering into contractual obligations. However, access to the site is not restricted to adults as it does not contain any content that is prohibited for minors.

Therefore, we do not control whether a User is a minor or not.

When the User is a minor under a certain age (between 13 and 16 years old depending on the state or territory), the processing of personal data must be subject to the prior consent of the holder of parental responsibility for the minor.

If information is collected about a minor via our site, the minor or his or her legal representative will have the opportunity to contact the DPO of the company or site that are processors for the personal data involved, in order to rectify, modify or delete the information. DPO contact details are listed in Appendix 1 of this Policy. 

2. WHY AND HOW PERSONAL DATA IS COLLECTED

1.1 Business purpose and legal basis of the collection 

We will indicate the legal basis and purpose for collecting your personal data immediately prior to collection. Companies within the Group process personal data for different business purposes, each of which may rely on one or more legal bases as set out below: 

BUSINESS PURPOSERELEVANT LEGAL BASIS 
– Dropping cookies and other tracers
– Marketing purposes (where consent is required)
User consent
– Maintaining records for internal administrative use (customer complaints, loyalty etc.).
– Invoicing, tax filing; staff training
– Management of the public interest disclosure system (whistleblowing)
– Processing wherever necessary to comply with legal requirements, to enforce our Terms of Use and Code of Conduct, to prevent fraud, to co-operate with law enforcement and regulatory authorities, and to stop other prohibited, illegal, or harmful activities.
Compliance with the Group’s legal obligations
– Satisfaction surveys and market studies
– Analysing connection and navigation data to personalise the user experience
– Browsing history of the user in relation to third party products and services advertised on our websites.
– Publishing paid business directories to market to those featured relevant products and offers
– Marketing purposes: We deliver marketing and event communications to you across various platforms such as email, telephone, text messaging, direct mail and online. If we send you a marketing communication, it will include instructions on how to opt out of receiving these communications in the future. However, please note that throughout the EEA (European Economic Area) we are not required to obtain prior consent if we are marketing similar products or services to those that a User has previously bought from us. Similarly, there is no requirement for prior consent in France, the UK, Ireland and Portugal where we are marketing to a business email address and we offer you a means of opting out of receiving further marketing communications free of charge.
Processing is in the legitimate interest of the Group.

– Performance of the Group’s contractual obligations to a User
– Communications with a third party following a request from Users (setting up contacts, quotes, meeting exhibitors at a trade show, viewing a webinar, etc.)
– Sending transactional emails to Users (notification of badge printing, reminder of event dates, etc.)
– Registration to a webinar
– Management of the delivery and billing of services and products
– Managing our customer relationship with you
– Responding to your requests or feedback in written, electronic, or verbal form
– Internal business purposes, such as complying with our internal policies or business practices, project management.
Performing contracts

Means of communication

The Group may communicate with users using their personal data, which could take the form of an email, SMS message or notification, social media message, telephone call, letter, web application, search engine or web promotional banner.

1.2. How we collect your data 

1.2.1. User Interaction with the Group 

Users visiting our websites and accessing, using, downloading, purchasing or subscribing to certain products and services involves the collection of personal data. Each time personal data is collected we will specify:

  • The name and contact details of the relevant Group company providing the relevant products or services, 
  • The purposes for which the personal data is being processed and the legal basis for the processing,
  • Whether the collection is necessary to fulfil the subscription or for the purchase of the product, 
  • Any further processing anticipated,
  • The recipients or categories of recipients of the data, if any,
  • Any possible transfers of data outside the UK or the EEA,
  • A reference to this Policy for information on how to exercise your rights or any other information necessary for you.…

1.2.2. Collection through cookies and other tracers

Cookies are small text files automatically saved in your browser by a website when you visit a website, read an e-mail, install or use a software or a mobile application. These cookies can be first party (deposited by the website you visit) or third party (deposited on different domains from the main website, generally managed by third parties in order to collect your browsing data during your navigation on different websites). The deposit and use of third-party cookies by third-party companies are subject to their own terms of use.

Cookies are classified as either ‘essential’ or ‘non-essential’. “Essential” cookies are strictly necessary for the provision of a service clearly requested by the User or necessary for the operation of the Group’s websites and applications (management of the shopping cart, saving of session identifiers, etc.). These cookies do not require your prior consent. Data protection laws in different jurisdictions may result in different consent requirements. Depending on the jurisdiction, some cookies are not classified as “essential” or are not exempted and therefore require your consent before they are deposited.

Examples of essential cookies that do not require consentFeatures 
Shopping cart managementVirtual storage of the User’s order 
Session IDs Allows the site to remember the User so that the same information is not requested at each page change 

When required, the Group collects your consent before depositing a cookie on your device via a pop-up message. This will provide you a list of the cookies that may be dropped once your consent has been obtained, as well as the following information: 

  • The purpose of each cookie dropped; 
  • The methods for refusing the deposit of cookies for non-essential purposes (via a link titled “cookie settings” or “Cookie Policy”); or
  • Alternatives to dropping non-essential cookies.
  • Withholding your consent to the deposit of cookies does not mean that there will be no advertising on your Internet browser; only that the adverts will not be tailored to your interests. Your browser’s settings may change the way you access content and services that require the use of cookies. If the browser is configured to refuse all cookies, access to all or part of the site may be blocked.

Click on the names of the Internet browsers below for further information on their settings: 

TYPE OF COOKIES requiring consentFeatures 
Non-anonymized audience measurement cookiesThese cookies allow us to understand the navigation of visitors on the site: number of visitors, bounce rate, traffic sources, etc.   (e.g.: At Internet; Google Analytics; Matomo…) 
Advertising  These cookies are used for market studies, visitor profiling, advertising selection (e.g.: Criteo, Google, Adobe Advertising Cloud)
Video files  These cookies allow the provision of video player and other multimedia content  (e.g.: Vimeo; YouTube)
Social media  These cookies allow the sharing of content on social media sites (eg: LinkedIn, Facebook, Xing)
Personalized contentThese cookies allow the selection and distribution of personalized content according to the user (e.g.: Algolia)

1.2.3. Collection by telephone

The Group provides some Services by telephone and may collect personal data in doing so. Personal data thus collected is sometimes stored among our records. It may be used by the Group’s companies to respond to your requests, as well as to send you marketing materials related to your professional or business activity or to include you in business directories.

Lists called “Robinson lists” allow the opting out of telemarketing lists. For example:

  • In France, registration to this list is done via the Bloctel service, available at: https://www.bloctel.gouv.fr/.
  • In the United Kingdom, the Telephone Preference Service (TPS) enables consumers and professionals to have their phone numbers removed from lists used by the industry: https://www.tpsonline.org.uk/
  • In the United States, an equivalent service is provided by the National Do Not Call Registry: https://www.donotcall.gov/

1.2.4. Indirect collection 

The Group may obtain personal data from public information (e.g. land registers, commercial registers, tenders, etc.), draw inferences from existing information, or obtain personal data from third parties. In such a case, the Group will:

  • Notify you of the collection of your personal data in accordance with legal requirements; 
  • Inform you on how to exercise your rights.
  • Indicate the source of the personal data obtained in order to ensure traceability

3. HOW LONG THE DATA IS STORED  

The Group takes all necessary measures to preserve the integrity, availability and confidentiality of the personal data and to prevent it from being distorted, damaged or accessed by unauthorized third parties.

Type of Data and Nature of Processing Retention period
Active Customer Data  (Person using the products/services and/or reacting to marketing communications)Duration of the contractual relationship   As long as the User continues to use the Group’s products and services, his or her data will be kept to ensure continuity.
Inactive Customer Data   (Person no longer using the products and/or services and not responding to commercial communications)Up to 6 years for data associated with a business from the date of the last contact with the User (order, connection to an account, click on an email, …)
Prospect  (Person with no previous relationship with a Group company)Up to 3 years from the last contact with the User with our products or services (i.e. clicking on a hyperlink contained in an email referring to a promoted product).
Automotive Sector Data  Up to 20 years for personal data (e.g. VIN, number plate etc), which is necessary because of the life span of vehicles and the need to maintain that data for services associated with maintenance and repair.  
Cookie data  13 months from their deposit
Recruitment data for unsuccessful applicantsUp to 2 years from the date of receipt of the application
Data retained in the legitimate interest of the Group (Litigation, research needs, proof and prosecution of criminal offences with the sole aim of allowing, as necessary, the provision of Data to the judicial authority, protection of the rights of the Group)Duration determined on a case-by-case basis by reference to legal and regulatory requirements, guidance by data protection regulators and our ability to ensure the accuracy of the data over time.
Data retained to comply with a legal obligation (Management of the whistleblowing procedure, management of contracts)On a case-by-case basis according to the retention periods provided by applicable law.

4. HOW WE SHARE PERSONAL DATA COLLECTED

We may disclose personal information for business purposes as described above to the following persons:

  • companies within the Group
  • the person providing you with access to our Services (e.g., your employer or our subscriber)
  • business partners with whom we deliver co-branded services; sponsors with whom we offer content, host events, conferences and webinars
  • third parties that help us deliver Services or that act on our behalf (e.g., IT service providers, sub-contractors, data processors) or who provide professional advice e.g. lawyers, accountants, consultants
  • our customers who are purchasing or using our Services or the service providers or vendors of our customers for the purpose of facilitating our customers’ use of our Services
  • third parties where we have a duty to or are permitted to disclose your personal information by law (e.g., government agencies, law enforcement, courts as a result of a summons/subpoena and other public authorities)
  • third parties in order to participate in, or be the subject of, any sale, merger, acquisition, restructuring, joint venture, assignment, transfer or other disposition of all or any portion of our business, assets or stock (including in connection with any insolvency bankruptcy or similar proceedings) or other similar transaction(s), in which case we may disclose your personal data to prospective buyers, sellers, advisers or partners and your data may be a transferred asset in a business sale
  • any person you have asked us to share information with e.g., if you upload information into a public forum, it is shared publicly. We cannot control the use of information disclosed in these public forums. You should exercise caution when disclosing information in these public forums, especially your health information and location data, and be careful how you disclose your personal data. Content posted in public areas of the Services, including advice and opinions, represents the views and is the responsibility of those who post the content. We do not endorse, support, verify, or agree with the content posted. If you have any questions or comments about any content posted using the Services, please contact us at the contact details in Appendix 1.

Depending on the situation, the following categories of personal data have been disclosed for business purposes in the last twelve months : identity information, transactional and usage data, business data, location data, connection and navigation data (ip address; logs, etc.), photographs uploaded by users, voice data collection (use of voice command or telephone recording), information made willingly available by the user (forum, communications, discussion session, etc.). 

5. HOW TO EXERCISE YOUR RIGHTS

(EEA, UK AND OUTSIDE CALIFORNIA)

5.1 Your Rights

You are entitled to exercise the following rights:

  • Right of access. You are entitled to make a written request for details of your personal information and a copy of that personal information.
  • Right to rectification. The right to have inaccurate information about you corrected or removed (including the right to ask us to complete information you think is incomplete).
  • Right to erasure (“Right to be forgotten”). The right to have certain personal information about you removed.
  • Right to restrict processing. You are entitled to ask us to restrict the processing of your personal data where:
  • the accuracy of personal information is in dispute;
  • the processing is lawful, but you object to the erasure of the personal information; or
  • we no longer require the personal information, but it is still required for the defence of legal proceedings
  • Right to object to processing. The right to object to the processing of your personal information where our processing is based on the performance of a task carried out in the public interest or we have confirmed to you that the processing is necessary for our or a third-party’s legitimate interests. In the event of a decision solely based on automated processing producing legal effects or similarly significant effects affecting you, you are also entitled to contest the decision and obtain human intervention on our part.
  • Right to data portability. The right to ask that we transfer the personal information you gave us to a third party organisation or to you.
  • Right to opt out of marketing. You are entitled to request that you not receive marketing communications from us, which can be for some or all types of marketing communications.
  • Right to withdraw consent. The right to withdraw any consent you previously gave us to process your personal data.

Any request related to the exercise of your rights must be sent to the contact details of the company or website subject to your request that is responsible for your geographical area. You may be asked to provide evidence verifying your identity and the reasons for your request so that we can assess whether the rights can be exercised in the particular circumstances of the request. This information is made available in Appendix 1 of this Policy.

5.2. Right to decide what to do with your personal data post-mortem

You have the right to decide what is done with your personal data after your death.  To exercise this right, please send us an email: 

  • With the subject ” Post-mortem right “; 
  • indicating the person(s) who may act on your behalf after your death, as well as any instructions you wish us to follow. 

If we don’t receive instructions before your death, your personal representatives may request the closure of your account(s) from the DPO of the corresponding company or site. The contact details are indicated in Appendix 1 of this Policy. 

5.3 Data Protection Officers (DPOs) and Regulators

The Group has several data protection officers, who can be contacted at contact details specified in Appendix 1 of this Policy, to deal with any questions or difficulties regarding the processing of personal data. 

You may also contact directly and/or file a complaint to the relevant data protection regulator:

CountryName of the authorityContact
FranceCNILContact
United KingdomICOContact
GermanyBFDIContact
SpainAEPDContact
PortugalCNPDContact
IrelandDPCContact
ItalyGPDPContact
NetherlandsAPContact
ChinaCACContact
RomaniaANS PDCPContact
TunisiaINPDPContact
SwitzerlandPFPDTContact
AustraliaOAICContact
BelgiumAPDContact
AustriaDSBContact
CaliforniaCPPAContact

6. HOW TO EXERCISE YOUR RIGHTS (CALIFORNIA)

If you are resident in California, you may have certain additional rights under the California Consumer Privacy Protection Act (“CCPA”), as amended by the California Privacy Rights Act (“CPRA”) (effective January 2023). This section describes your CCPA rights and explains how to exercise those rights.

In the context of the “How to exercise your rights (California)” article:

“Consumer” means California consumers, as defined in Section 17014 of Title 18 of the California Code of Regulations.

The terms “personal information”, “Sensitive personal information”,sale (of personal information)” and “sharing (of personal information)” are defined under California Civil Code Section 1798.140.

In some cases, due to the Group’s security and confidentiality obligations, requests may only be processed if you provide proof of identity. Only you or an authorized agent registered with the California Secretary of State that you authorize to act on your behalf may make a verifiable consumer request related to your personal information. Unless you have provided an agent with a valid power of attorney, when using an authorized agent, you must: (1) provide the agent with a signed authorization that clearly describes the agent’s authority to make a request on your behalf; (ii) verify your own identity; and (iii) directly confirm that you have given the authorized agent permission to submit the request.  That agent must also be able to verify his or her identity with us and provide us with his or her authority to act on your behalf.

Your request must include as much information as possible (including the company, brand, website or service to which your request relates) so that it can be processed upon receipt within a maximum of 45 days, which may be extended once for an additional 45 days if reasonably necessary.  We do not charge a fee to process or respond to your verifiable consumer request unless it is excessive, repetitive, or manifestly unfounded.

Any request related to the exercise of your rights should be sent to the contact details of the company concerned and competent for your geographical area indicated in Appendix 1, or to the number 1 855-601-3888, or via the form that may be available on one of our sites, if applicable.

We cannot respond to your request if we cannot verify your identity or authority to make the request and confirm the personal information relates to you. Making a verifiable consumer request does not require you to create an account with us. One of our representatives will contact you in order to verify your identity. You may need to provide additional information in order to verify your request. Depending on the nature of the request, we may require additional verification actions be taken, including but not limited to providing a signed declaration under penalty of perjury that you are the consumer whose personal information is the subject of the request. We will only use this information to verify the requestor’s identity or authority to make the request.

6.1 California Consumer Rights

You have the right, under the strict conditions of applicable law, to exercise the following rights.

6.1.1 Right to Delete

You have the right to request that we delete any of your personal information that we have collected from you. We may deny your deletion request if retaining the information is necessary for us or our service provider(s) to:

  • Complete the transaction for which we collected the personal information, provide a product or service that you requested, take actions reasonably anticipated within the context of our ongoing business relationship with you, or otherwise perform our contract with you.
  • Detect security incidents, protect against malicious, deceptive, fraudulent, or illegal activity, or prosecute those responsible for such activities.
  • Debug products to identify and repair errors that impair existing intended functionality.
  • Exercise free speech, ensure the right of another consumer to exercise their free speech rights, or exercise another right provided for by law.
  • Comply with the California Electronic Communications Privacy Act (Cal. Penal Code § 1546 seq.).
  • Enable solely internal uses that are reasonably aligned with consumer expectations based on your relationship with us.
  • Comply with a legal obligation.
  • Make other internal and lawful uses of that information that are compatible with the context in which you provided it.

6.1.2 Right to Correction

You have the right to request that we correct any inaccurate personal information that we hold about you, taking into account the nature of your personal information and the purposes for which your personal information is processed.

6.1.3 Right to Know

You have the right to request, no more than twice in any 12-month period, that we disclose the following:

(1) The categories of personal information we have collected, disclosed, sold or shared about you.

(2) The categories of sources from which your personal information is collected.

(3) The business or commercial purpose for collecting, selling or sharing your personal information.

(4) The categories of third parties to whom we disclose, sell or share your personal information.

(5) The specific elements of your personal information we have collected about you.

6.1.4 Right to Opt-out

You have the right, at any time, to request that we do not sell or share your personal information to third parties. 

We have not sold any personal information in the past twelve months.  We have shared personal information in the past twelve months with our third party advertising partners to serve ads to you about our products and services as you browse the Internet.  Like most companies, the Group allows certain third-party advertising partners to place tracking technology such as cookies and pixels on our websites. This technology allows these advertising partners to receive information about your activities on our website, which is then associated with your browser or device.  These companies may use this information to serve you more relevant ads as you browse the Internet.  This type of data sharing can be considered “sharing” of personal information. You may opt-out of this sharing by clicking on the “Do Not Share My Information” link on our consumer sites. 

6.1.5 Right to limit the use and disclosure of your sensitive personal information

You have the right, at any time, to direct a business that collects your sensitive personal information to limit the use of that information to that which is necessary to provide the services or goods that an average consumer requesting such goods or services would reasonably expect.  The Group does not collect or process sensitive personal information at this time.

6.1.6 Non-discrimination

The Group will not discriminate against you because you have exercised any of your rights, including:

– by denying you goods or services;

– charging you different prices or rates for goods or services, including giving discounts or other benefits, or imposing penalties;

– providing you with a different level or quality of goods or services; and

– suggesting that you may receive a different price or rate for goods or services or a different level or quality of goods or services.

Note that the law does not prohibit a business from charging you a different price or rate, or providing a different level or quality of goods or services to you, if that difference is reasonably related to the value provided to the business by your personal information, or from offering loyalty, rewards, benefits, discounts, or club card programs consistent with this Policy and California law.

6.2 Other California Consumer Rights

Some web browsers include a “Do Not Track” (DNT) feature that signals to websites you visit that you do not want your online activity tracked. Many websites and applications, including ours, do not currently respond to DNT signals from web browsers because these signals are not yet uniform. For more information on DNT signals, please visit https://allaboutdnt.com/. Other third party websites may keep track of your browsing activities when they provide you with content, allowing them to personalize what they present to you on their websites.

California residents have the right to receive information that identifies any third party companies or individuals that the Group has shared your personal information with in the previous calendar year, as well as a description of the categories of personal information disclosed to that third party. You may obtain this information once a year and free of charge by contacting us at the contact details set for in Appendix 1.

7. DATA TRANSFERS OUTSIDE THE EEA/UK

If a Group company communicates personal data to another Group company or to a third party located in a country outside the European Economic Area which does not benefit from an adequacy decision of the European Commission, measures are taken to ensure that such personal data will benefit from a level of protection substantially equivalent to that imposed by the applicable regulation.

In this respect, the Group undertakes in particular to take into account:

– For restricted international data transfers, depending on the applicable law and jurisdiction, the European Commission’s standard contractual clauses (“SCC”) of June 4, 2021, or the standard international data transfer agreements (“IDTA”) that came into effect in the United Kingdom on March 21, 2022, as made available by the relevant supervisory authorities, or the standard contractual clauses of any relevant supervisory authority to ensure an adequate level of protection

– Any other appropriate safeguards to ensure the lawful transfer of personal data (e.g., binding corporate rules, code of conduct, certification mechanism). If you are a data subject in the EEA and a member of the Group based in the United Kingdom processes your personal data, the Group has appointed its subsidiary IPD as its European representative to act on its behalf regarding EU GDPR compliance. The contact details of IPD are listed in Appendix 1 of this Policy.

8. RECRUITMENT OF STAFF   

The Group collects the information necessary to find the most suitable candidates for open positions. The Group will not disclose a person’s CV and contact information to a third party without their consent. 

If you have applied for a position with the Group and wish to modify or delete your personal data from our files may at any time send an e-mail to the contact addresses set out in Appendix 1 of this Policy, specifying:

  • Your first and last name;
  • The entity to which you have applied; and
  • The date of your application.

Proof of identity may be required. 

When providing the personal data of former employers to the Group as a reference, you must first ensure you have received the consent of the referee.

9. RELATED WEB SITES 

The Group provides links on its websites to other websites and services over which the Group has no control and which are not covered by this Policy. It is your sole responsibility to read the privacy statements published on those websites.

APPENDIX 1: COMPANIES IN THE INFOPRO DIGITAL GROUP THAT PROCESS PERSONAL DATA  

Note that any communication to UK-based Group companies from Users located in the EEA will be directed to IPD in France and their appointed representative.

Companies of the GroupIdentification numberAddress of the head officeCountries covered  Contact details
INFOPRO DIGITAL TRADE SHOWSRCS LYON 440 290 0701, place Tobie Robatel, 69001 Lyon, FranceFrance, Germany, Spaindpo@infopro-digital.com  
AANBESTEDINGSKALENDER B.V. 56807554
 Bergpoortstraat 71 
 7411 CL Deventer, Nederland
The Netherlandsdpo@infopro-digital.com  
ACHATPUBLIC.COMRCS NANTERRE 447 854 62110, place du Général De Gaulle – 92160 Antony, FranceFrancedpo@infopro-digital.com  
BARBOUR ABI LIMITED134279825th Floor, 133 Houndsditch, London, United Kindgom, EC3A 7BX  United Kingdom  dataprotection@barbour-abi.com
BINDEXIS AG  CHE 497 296 680  
 Reinacherstrasse 131
 4053 Basel, Suisse  
Switzerland  info@bindexis.ch  
EUROPEAN AND BELGIAN PUBLIC PROCUREMENT 0451.979.022Avenue Bourgmestre E. Demunter, 3 boîte 6 B-1090 Bruxelles, Belgique Belgiumdpo@infopro-digital.com
COMPANEORCS NANTERRE 432 247 898Antony Parc II, 10, place du Général De Gaulle – 92160 Antony, FranceFrance, Czech Republic, Denmark, Germany, Spain, Italy, Hungary, Norway, Austria, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Switzerland, Sweden, Greece, Bulgaria, Brazil, Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, Peru, United States, Uruguay, The Netherlands dpo@infopro-digital.com
COMPANEO0871.041.687Av. Bourgmestre E. Demunter, 3 boîte 6, Bruxelles, BelgiqueBelgiumdpo@infopro-digital.com  
COMPANEO LTD
 05604379
Fifth Floor, 133 Houndsditch, London, England, EC3A 7BX United Kingdom, Ireland, Turkeydpo@infopro-digital.com    
DOCUMEDIA.AT GMBHFN 146251 aFürbergstraße 18-20, Tür 2 OG-B1, 5020 Salzburg, ÖsterreichAustria, Germany, Switzerlanddatenschutz@docu.at
EDITIONS TECHNIQUES POUR L’AUTOMOBILE ET L’INDUSTRIERCS NANTERRE 806 420 36010, place du Général De Gaulle – 92160 Antony, FranceFrance, Spain, Italy, Germany dpo@infopro-digital.com  
EVENTMAKERRCS PARIS 512 747 67638 rue Lafitte 75009 Paris, FranceInternationaldpo@infopro-digital.com  
GROUPE MONITEURRCS NANTERRE403 080 823Antony Parc 2, 10, place du Général De Gaulle, BP 20156, 92186 Antony Cedex, FranceFrancedpo@infopro-digital.com  
GUTWINSKY MANAGEMENT GESELLSCHAFT M.B.H.FN 128303gLohnsteinstraße 36
 2380 Perchtoldsdorf, Österreich
Austria, Germany, Switzerlanddpo@infopro-digital.com  
HEINZE GMBHHRB 201314Bremen way 184 29223 Celle, DeutschlandAustria, Germany, Switzerlanddatenschutz@heinze.de
HAYNES GROUP LIMITED00659701Sparkford, Near Yeovil, Somerset, BA22 7JJ, UKUnited Kingdom, Spain, Italy, France, Germany, The Netherlands, United States, AustraliaEmail.Enquiries@infopro-digital.com
IBAU GMBHHRB 19678
Philipp-Reis-Str. 4, D-65795 Hattersheim, Deutschland

Austria, Germany, Switzerlanddatenschutz@ibau.de
IDICE MCRCI MONACO 98 S 0346713 bd Princesse Charlotte (98000)
 MONACO, Principauté de Monaco
Monacodpo@infopro-digital.com  
INFOPRO DIGITAL SERVICES LIMITED04699701133 Houndsditch
 London, England, 
 EC3A 7BX
United Kingdom, United StatesEmail.Enquiries@infopro-digital.com
INOVAXORCS NANTES 513 519 06611, rue du Petit Châtelier 44300 Nantes, FranceFrance, Spain, Italy, Germanydpo@infopro-digital.com  
IPDRCS NANTERRE  490 727 63310 Place du Général de Gaulle 92160 Antony, FranceFrancedpo@infopro-digital.com.  
ISI CONDAL SLB60376739Ctra. de L’Hospitalet, 147 Edif. Roma 2º A (CITYPARK CORNELLA), 8940 Cornellà de Llobregat (Barcelona), España  Spainrgpd@isicondal.es 
JOURNEES DU COURTAGERCS NANTERRE 441 756 88910 Place du Général de Gaulle 92160 Antony, FranceFrancedpo@infopro-digital.com  
MARCHES PUBLICS FRANCERCS NANTERRE 439 214 925Antony Parc II, 10 Place du Général de Gaulle, BP 20156,92186 Antony Cedex, FranceFrancedpo@infopro-digital.com  
INFOPRO DIGITAL (IRELAND) LIMITED4059735 Pery Square, Co. Limerick, V94 EV1F, IrelandeIreland, United Kingdomdpo@infopro-digital.com  
PROSYSRCS NANTERRE 344 894 985Antony Parc 2, 10, place du Général De Gaulle, BP 20156 92186 Antony Cedex, FranceFrancedpo@infopro-digital.com  
RED ON LINERCS NANTERRE 425 043 06410 Place du Général de Gaulle 92160 Antony, FranceInternationaldpo@infopro-digital.com  
VECTEUR PLUSRCS NANTES 402 125 0331, rue Galilée, Parc d’activités de la Bouvre, 44340 Bouguenais, FranceFrancedpo@infopro-digital.com  
WEBIKEORCS AIX-EN-PROVENCE 508 973 161Mas de Maneille, Domaine de Galice, 1940 route de Loqui, 13090 Aix En Provence, FranceFrancedpo@infopro-digital.com  
TERRITORIALRCS NANTERRE 404 926 958Antony Parc 2, 10 place du Général de Gaulle, BP 20156, 92186 Antony Cedex, France  Francedpo@infopro-digital.com    
GROUPE INDUSTRIE SERVICES INFORCS NANTERRE 442 233 41710 place du Général de Gaulle, 92160 Antony, France  Francedpo@infopro-digital.com    
INFOPRO DIGITAL (HONG KONG) LIMITED1064488Unit 1801-05, Shui On Centre, 6-8 Harbour Road, Wanchai, Hong KongHong Kongdpo@infopro-digital.com    
AUTRONICA S.R.L.1778000305Via Nazionale 42 – 33010 Tavagnacco (UD), ItaliaItalydpo@infopro-digital.com    
HAYNESPRO B.V.31047540Flankement 6, 3831 SM Leusden, NederlandThe NetherlandsEmail.Enquiries@infopro-digital.com
COMPANEO, LDA513331638Avenida Infante Dom Henrique n°306, 1950 – 421, Lisbonne, PortugalPortugaldpo@infopro-digital.com
HAYNESPRO DATA S.R.L.237912305 Ritoride Street 5 districts, RO-050204 Bucharest, RomâniaRomaniaEmail.Enquiries@infopro-digital.com
DOCU MEDIA SCHWEIZ GMBHCHE 109 107 231Soodstrasse 52, 8134 Adliswil, SuisseSwitzerlandinfo@docu.ch
ETAI TUNISIEB 245 962 00632, rue des entrepreneurs ZI Charguia II Ariana 2035 Tunis Carthage, TunisieTunisiadpo@infopro-digital.com    
COM-ONLINEB 242 477 200632, rue des entrepreneurs ZI Charguia II Ariana 2035 Tunis Carthage, Tunisie  Tunisiadpo@infopro-digital.com    
AMA RESEARCH LIMITED045 013 64Fifth Floor, 133 Houndsditch, London, England, EC3A 7BX  United KingdomEmail.Enquiries@infopro-digital.com
INFOPRO DIGITAL, INC.16-166244255 Broad Street
22nd Floor
New York,
NY 10004
USA
  United StatesEmail.Enquiries@infopro-digital.com 
HAYNES NORTH AMERICA, INC.95-3375540859 Lawrence Drive, Newbury Park, California 91320, USA  United StatesEmail.Enquiries@infopro-digital.com
INFOPRO DIGITAL HOLDING GMBHHRB 116953Philipp- Reis- Straße 4, 65795 Hattersheim, DeutschlandGermanyinfo@docu.ch
FEBIS SERVICE GMBHHRB 83041Philipp-Reis-Str. 4, D-65795 Hattersheim, Deutschland  Germanyinfo@fe-bis.de 
HAYNES AUSTRALIA PTY LIMITED59 618 618 9926 The Crescent    Kingsgrove New South Wales 2208,                   Australie  AustraliaEmail.Enquiries@infopro-digital.com
EDICIONES TECNICAS PARA EL AUTOMOVIL Y LA INDUSTRIA IBERICA SLB61056826Carretera de l’Hospitalet, 147, Citypark Cornellà, Edificio Roma, planta 3 08940- Cornellà de Llobregat, Barcelone, EspañaSpainrgpd@etai.es.
SC6 ORGANIZACION Y COMUNICACION SLB66210717Ctra de l’Hospitalet 147 (Citypark Cornellà) Edificio Roma 3e planta, 08940 Cornellà de Llobregat, Barcelone, España  Spaindpo@infopro-digital.com    

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