Terms and Conditions

Last Update : May the 31th 2022

Preliminary article

These terms and conditions (hereinafter “T&Cs”) govern your use of the BTHT website (hereinafter referred to as the “Site”).

The Site provides information on the BTHT company represented by Alexis Capelle, a self-registered legal entity under the laws of Spain, company number Y8215830Z (hereinafter referred to as the "Company") and its activities, and offers access to certain services. As such, in the context of the use of the services offered on the Company's Site, you (hereinafter referred to as the “User”) agree to comply with these T&Cs.

Specially dedicated terms and conditions are available for client and expert profiles.

 

Article 1 – Definitions

User”: any natural or legal person browsing the website.

Expert”: means a professional in a certain industry or of certain specialization whom the Company has agreed to introduce to the Client or with whom the Company has agreed to engage on behalf of the Client.

Client”: means any company or organization, and their employees, designated contacts and representatives, an Expert may interact with in the context of a Consultation.

Consultation”: means a scheduled interaction related to a project, involving the Client and an Expert, which may be short-term or long-term and can take the form of (inter alia):

  • (i) a remote consultation by telephone, email or other form of electronic messaging;  

  • (ii) a face-to-face consultation;

  • (iii) information presented in the form of reports and surveys or written deliverables or;

  • (iv) advisory or employment relationships with the Client or the Client's affiliate(s).

Personal data”: any information relating to an identified or identifiable natural person; is deemed to be an "identifiable natural person" a natural person who can be identified, directly or indirectly, in particular by reference to an identifier (such as a name, a telephone number, an email address, etc.).

Processing”: any operation or set of operations whether (or not) carried out using automated processes and applied to data or sets of personal data, such as the collection, recording, organization, structuring, storage, adaptation or modification, extraction, consultation, use, communication by transmission, dissemination or any other form of provision, reconciliation or interconnection, limitation, erasure, or destruction.

 

Article 2 – Purpose

This document is intended to define the terms and conditions of use of the Site and its services by the User.

For all intents and purposes, it is specified that the use of the Site is subject to compliance with the T&Cs; which constitute an essential condition.

 

Article 3 – Acceptance of the T&Cs

Acceptance of the T&Cs is mandatory in order to be able to contact the Company via the forms. The use of the Site, in any capacity whatsoever, necessarily implies the unreserved acceptance of the T&Cs by the User. This acceptance will be presumed effective from the creation of the Personal Space of the Expert or the Client and will mark the opposability of these terms and conditions to the User.

 

The Company is free to modify the T&Cs and may notify the User by email to the email address used in any contact form without this being an obligation.

 

Article 4 – Conditions relating to the use of forms or emailing contact

Several contact methods are available on the Site and conditions are associated with them.

4.1 Forms

By completing a form, the User becomes an Expert or a Client subject to the approval of the Company. As such, the User, (as an Expert or a Client) agrees to transmit personal data and does not oppose their processing by the Company.

This form contains personal data and the processing associated with it is defined in the Privacy Policy accessible here.

4.2 Emailing contact

By clicking on an emailing contact button, the User agrees to transmit a personal email address. Writing an email allows you to freely integrate information and documents. By sending personal information by email contained in a text or in a document you consent to their processing by the Company. Thus, after receiving the message, the Company will send a response as soon as possible.

Any defamatory, insulting, criminally reprehensible content will not be considered and will not result in a response from the Company.

Article 5 – Intellectual Property

The various elements of the Site (form, layout, background, structure, etc.) are protected by intellectual property law, including copyright, design and model law, trademark law and image rights. Any use of these elements without the prior authorization of the holder of the intellectual property rights constitutes an act of counterfeiting within the meaning of the Intellectual Property Code. In this sense, the copy or imitation of these elements in whole or in part is strictly prohibited without the express authorization of the director of publication. You will find the contact details of the publication director in the Legal Notice accessible here.

Any person who does not comply with the applicable legal provisions is guilty of the offense of counterfeiting and is liable to the criminal penalties provided for by law.

 

Article 6 – Privacy Policy

The provisions concerning the protection of personal data as resulting from the Spanish Organic Law 3/2018 of 5 December on the protection of personal data and the guarantee of digital rights, and the European Regulation on the protection of personal data ("GDPR") are in an appended document entitled " Privacy Policy” accessible by clicking here.

 

Article 7 – Cookies policy

Through the use of cookies, the Site can automatically collect information from your browsing as a User. The cookies used by the Company which are defined as strictly necessary do not collect any personal information about you. Other cookies who may collect data about you are optional.

To learn more about our use of cookies, you can access our Cookies Policy by clicking here .

 

Article 8 – External link

The Company will not be held responsible or liable for damages suffered by the content of websites accessible via a link provided on the Site.

 

Article 9 – Security

The User acknowledges having the skills and means necessary to access and use the Site, and having secured the computer used, in particular by equipping it with at least an anti-virus.

The Company implements organizational, technical, software and physical measures in terms of digital security to protect personal data against alteration, destruction, and unauthorized access.

However, you must consider that the Internet is not a completely secure environment. Thus, no method of data transmission via the Internet or digital storage is able to guarantee total security.

 

Article 10 – Changes

The Company reserves the right to make any necessary changes or updates to the T&Cs at any time. These come into effect the moment they are published online on this page. You will find the publication date of the current version at the top of the document. 

 

Article 11 – Liabilities

As part of the use of the website, the User is responsible for his actions on the Site and undertakes not to undermine public order and, to comply with the laws and regulations in force, to respect the rights of third parties and the provisions of these T&Cs.

 

Each User of the site has the obligation to:

  • Behave in a fair and reasonable manner;

  • Provide honest and sincere information to the Company;

  • Use the website in accordance with the purpose described in these T&Cs;

  • Do not seek to undermine the automated data processing systems implemented to put the website online.

 

The responsibility of the Company cannot be engaged in the following hypotheses:

  • A maintenance operation of the Site and its functionalities making it impossible to access;

  • A cyber-attack or any exogenous attack paralyzing access to the functionalities of the Site;

  • Any content of third-party sites to the Company accessible by a link from the Site;

  • Non-compliance with these conditions by the User;

  • The delay or non-performance of an obligation following the occurrence of a case of “force majeure” according to the definition given by French law and jurisprudence;

  • Any cause unrelated to the Company;

  • Any claim for indirect and/or consequential damages such as loss of opportunity.

Article 12 – Applicable Law and jurisdiction

The terms and conditions herein are governed by the Laws of Spain.

Any dispute or litigation relating to the execution or interpretation of these terms and conditions which cannot be settled amicably between the parties will be submitted to the courts of Barcelona (Spain).