Protection of privacy
Intriguing Brands would like to thank you for your interest in its products and its website. Our intention is to inform you of how the personal data which you send us is processed so that your visit on our website should never be a cause for concern on your part. The personal data, which you provide us, including your email address, will be processed in the following way:
- We keep the data which you give us so that we can provide you with information (annual reports or other documents, for example) for the purpose of responding to your requests.
- We keep the information you give us in application forms and we use it only for this purpose, while taking all the required precautions.
- We are only in a position to safely manage the personal information which you send us once the latter has crossed our firewall (protection filter). Please remember this when you send us confidential information.
- Information kept will also be used internally to analyse the visits made on our website for the purpose of making ongoing improvements. We will also use them to provide you with news about Intriguing Brands and its products. If you would prefer that your contact details not or no longer be used for this purpose, please notify us.
- Rest assured that we shall not pass on or sell your personal data to third parties other than the different divisions of Intriguing Brands and its direct partners.
Our website has links towards other websites. Intriguing Brands cannot be held liable for the policy of these websites regarding non-disclosure.
All personal data provided is kept in a file which is owned by Intriguing Brands, Parklaan 75, 9300 Aalst, België. This data is used to promote Intriguing Brands’s products. You have the right to consult and correct your personal information. For any additional enquiries, please contact the public register of the Commission for the Protection of Privacy.
Conditions of use
Visits to this website are governed by our terms and conditions of use and by all of the applicable legislation. In using this website you are deemed to have accepted the terms and conditions of use set out below without restriction or exclusion.
The content of this website is protected by copyright and these rights are owned by Intriguing Brands and its suppliers and partners. All rights are reserved. Except as otherwise provided, the information contained in the website (including, but not limited to, the text, the presentations, the illustrations, the photos and the audio illustrations) may not be copied, moved, circulated or recorded without the prior written consent of Intriguing Brands. Any modification to the content of the website is expressly prohibited. Certain parts of the website contain illustrations, which are explicitly protected by the copyright of their creators.
No guarantee and limitation of liability
For the information shown on this website, no rights or claims can be attributed whatsoever. Intriguing Brands shall not be held liable for the information provided on websites to which you gain access by using its website. The links are a service which we provide and shall not lead to any liability for Intriguing Brands regarding the content of the websites. Furthermore, it is up to you to check that these websites do not contain any viruses or any elements of a harmful nature. We reserve the right to modify the information contained on our website without prior notice or disclosure obligation.
Comments, questions and suggestions
Intriguing Brands does not wish to receive information of a strictly confidential and private nature through this website. All of the information which you send us (suggestions, ideas and others) will be considered to be of a non-confidential and public nature, given our aforementioned policy regarding the protection of the privacy of your personal data. In sending documents to Intriguing Brands, you are granting the latter unlimited and irrevocable rights to use, publish, edit, process and circulate this information, and protect it legally. Intriguing Brands also has the right to freely apply the ideas and techniques which you submit. Intriguing Brands has used its best efforts to develop this website, but would nevertheless be delighted to receive any suggestions or comments about it. If you have any complaint regarding certain texts or illustrations, please feel free to send them to us as well.
Intriguing Brands reserves the right to modify the present terms and conditions of use at any time by posting a new version on its website. The terms and conditions of use are governed by the laws of the country of Intriguing Brands’s head office, namely Belgium, and any dispute shall be governed by Belgian law. Should a court of competent jurisdiction deem that any portion of the present terms and conditions of use is invalid and inapplicable, the portion concerned shall be expunged while the remaining provisions shall be deemed to be in full force and effect.
Policy regarding cookies
If you do not refuse to accept the generation of cookies and you choose the ‘continue’ option, Intriguing Brands will consider that you accept its cookies.
You will find more detailed information on cookies below, in a Q&A form.
What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small text file generated by the website you are viewing and stored in the browser of your computer or your mobile device – Smartphone, iPhone, iPad, etc. A cookie contains a code which can only be read by the server which placed it there. The server therefore does not have access to other information on your computer or mobile device.
How is a cookie file created?
Composition of a cookie file:
- The name of the server which generated the cookie file
- An expiry date
- A unique numerical code
What is a cookie used for?
Cookies allow us to optimise the user experience of the visitor of one of our websites. This will include helping you to navigate more quickly and more easily between the different sections of the website or adapting the content of our websites to your personal preferences, such as your language preferences.
Where can I find these cookies?
The cookies are stored in a separate file from the browser of your computer or your mobile device.
What is a ‘session cookie’?
The purpose of this cookie is to recognise your browser during your visit to our websites.
What is a ‘permanent cookie’?
The purpose of this cookie is to recognise your browser when you return to our websites.
Which cookies are essential?
If you deactivate essential cookies, you will notice that some parts of our websites are not working or not working as they should. Intriguing Brands uses this type of cookie when you fill in a form or in order to add comments to its blogs, for example. Intriguing Brands uses the ‘essential cookies’ when you are seeking to identify yourself in order to open your personal account. These cookies allow us to check your identity securely before giving you access to personal information which you have provided.
What is a ‘functionality cookie’?
As their name would suggest, these cookies ensure that our websites are working optimally in order to make your browsing experience pleasant and personalised. Intriguing Brands uses ‘functionality cookies’ to ‘memorise’ your personal preferences and avoid sending you the same information during subsequent visits, when you are participating in an initiative for example.
What is a ‘performance cookie’?
Intriguing Brands uses ‘performance cookies’ to collect information regarding the way in which you use our websites so that we can adapt and improve the content and make it more user-friendly. These cookies record, for example, the number of visitors per page or the language in which the website is most frequently viewed.
What is a ‘third party cookie’?
Third-party cookies come from advertisements posted by third parties on Intriguing Brands’s websites. The purpose is to adapt advertisements and/or their content to your personal preferences. These cookies are only visible if you have not deactivated them. Under no circumstances does the use of third-party cookies give Intriguing Brands or any advertisers (third parties) access to your personal data.
What is ‘integrated content’?
How to manage cookies?
You are in charge of the way your cookies are managed. You can modify the settings of your browser using your personal preferences. You may, at any time, delete the cookies installed and refuse to accept any new cookies by modifying the settings on your browser.
The websites below provides you with an overview of the most commonly used browsers and will guide you on how to configure your browser to suit your preferences: http://www.aboutcookies.org/
End of the terms and conditions of use.