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This Policy was published by the Company on 16/10/2023 and is subject to periodic improvement and revision.

Privacy and Personal Data Protection Policy

The company under the name, “AMUSE EVENT MANAGEMENT SINGLE-MEBER SA” and the distinctive title “AMUSE”, whose registered office is in Athens Greece, at 8 Dorylaiou Str., with Tax Identification Number: 998298693 of the Tax Office FAE Athens, (hereinafter referred to as the “Company”), considers it of great importance the lawful processing, security and protection of your personal data, in any capacity you communicate or cooperate with us, such as potential or active customers, representatives and legal representatives of companies, partners and collaborators of our customers or our potential customers, visitors of the Company’s website, employees, suppliers, external collaborators of the Company. The Company organizes events and provides marketing, promotional and advertising services for its customers, sales mobile telephony products, trains and develops workforce etc, and has the appropriate knowledge, experience, infrastructure and staff for the production and operation of events, conferences, audiovisual marketing projects, etc., You may communicate with the Company at the email : The Company’s website is :

Please read these terms and conditions carefully and the relevant Privacy and Personal Data Protection Policy. By signing and accepting this in printed form or by submitting the relevant statement of consent while using our website, you unconditionally accept the practices described herein, the terms of which govern our contractual relationship and are incorporated into the terms of the use of our services.

1. What is your personal data?

Your personal data includes any information in print or electronic media, which may lead, either directly or in combination with others, to your unique identification or to the possibility of your identification as a natural person. This category includes, as the case may be, information such as name, ID number, Tax number, your physical and email addresses, telephone numbers, gender, citizenship, IP, cookies and special categories of personal data such as video, voice and photo recordings and any other information that allows your unique identification, according to the provisions of the General Data Protection Regulation 2016/679 (“GDPR”), οf law 4624/2019, the current Greek and European legislation and the decisions of the Personal Data Protection Authority.

2. What is the Processing of Personal Data?

Any operation or series of operations performed whether or not by automatic means, on personal data or on personal data sets, such as collection, registration, organization, structure, storage, adaptation or alteration, retrieval , the search for information, use, disclosure by transmission, dissemination or otherwise making available, alignment or combination, restriction, erasure or destruction

3. What personal data do we collect?

We process personal data that you provide to us when you fill out applications and expressions of interest for our services, when you contact us for questions about the services we provide, when you browse our website and when you sign a contract with our Company and use our services, either yourself or for the legal or natural persons you are legally representing. The data we collect, indicatively and not restrictively, are:

a) Basic Personal Data: Name, Surname, father’s name, mother’s name, details and
photocopy of ID, date of birth, gender, citizenship, family status, etc.
b) Contact details: Home address, work address, contact telephone numbers (home,
work, mobile), Emails, etc.
c) Professional profile: Status, Occupation, position in a company, responsibilities
and duties, educational level, work experience, etc.
d) Financial data: Tax number, Social Security number (AMKA), Tax Office, Social
Security Organization, bank account, IBAN, debts to the Company, payments, social security
contributions, payroll etc
e) Image data: audiovisual material, photographs and videos, recorded in the
context of events organized by the Company and for the purpose of providing its services.
f) Health data: sick leave of employees, medical opinions, etc.

We also automatically collect information sent to us from your computer, mobile
device and browsers that you use in order to access our services through our website (“Automatic Data”). These include, for example, your IP address, statistics
on the use of our services, information on how to access our services, and data collected
through Cookies, Pixel Tags, and other similar technologies. You can find more information
about this in the Cookies Policy Statement section. We may also receive information from
other sources, such as social networks (Facebook, Instagram, Chatbox, etc.) and from other
companies’ websites.

We process and protect your personal data in accordance with the law, when you
contact us and / or purchase our services directly by concluding a contract with us, when
you call our numbers to provide you with information about our services, or when you
request online information through our website or via our email address.

4. Legal processing

The Company will use your information for the following legal and specific
processing purposes (according to the relevant articles of the GDPR), as the case may be,
with your explicit consent which you can freely withdraw at any time, or for the execution of
a contract or pre-contractual relationship with you, or for the service of our legal interest or
for the defense of your vital interest, or the vital interest of our employees and our
associates, as well as for the service of the legal interests of our company, namely:

-for the service, support and monitoring of your contractual relations with the Company and the good performance of the contract between us,

-for the costing of the Company’s services

-for the Company’s compliance with its tax and social security obligations

-for the Company’s compliance with the applicable legal and regulatory framework

– in order to safeguard the legal interests of the Company,

– in order to safeguard the vital interests of the Company’s employees and goods,

– for the purpose of providing our services to our customers and of facilitating the organization and execution of events, conferences and discussions among the participants.

– for your participation in prize-giving contests organized by our Company on behalf of its customers

– in order to manage your calls for information in relation to our services, to fulfill your requests and to improve our services,

– for communication and information purposes, such as sending you an email, sms and / or newsletter in relation to the activities and services of our Company that may interest you, provided you have given us your consent (Opt-in). You can withdraw your consent (opt-out) whenever you wish.

– for the promotion of the Company’s services on social media and professional networking pages managed by it, provided that you have given explicit consent to it

– for our internal operations and analysis, such as internal management, fraud prevention, use of management, pricing, accounting, billing and control information systems as well as compliance with tax regulations.

Regarding external collaborators and suppliers:
– for the preparation and execution of the contracts that the Company concludes with them for the purchase of products or the provision of services
– for compliance with tax legislation,
– for the necessary communication either at a pre-contractual stage or during the performance of the contract,

Regarding the visitors of the Company’s website:
– for the needs of electronic communication and service through the website as analyzed in the terms of use of the website, which you can see here
– for information and up-date about events / Sending Invitations
In any case, you can change your preferences at any time by sending an email to the email

5. What are the principles of collection and processing

This Privacy and Personal Data Protection Policy intends to inform you of the terms
of collection, processing and transmission of your personal data, which we may collect as
Controller of the Personal Data or Processor of the Personal Data. The Company and its
trained staff, complies with the ten Processing Principles of GDPR 2016/679 (legality,
objectivity, transparency, purpose limitation, data minimization, accuracy, limitation of
storage time, integrity, confidentiality and accountability). The Company protects and
ensures your eight Rights regarding the use of your Personal Data (information, access,
rectification, erasure, restriction of processing, notification, data portability, objection and
non-automated decision-making based on profile, as specified in Greek law). The above
applies without discrimination and applies to all processing we perform and all services we

6. Which are the ways of collecting your personal data

The Company collects your personal data by accepting the terms of use of each of our
services, such as:

7. Minimize, save and delete your data

The Company will always ask you for the minimum required by law personal data in
order to provide you with our services, and for you to contact us.

Our Company keeps your personal data only for as long as required by the
contractual terms of each service, in combination with the current social security, tax, labor
and general legislation, based on the respective processing purpose, while then anonymizes
or destroys them. The personal data of the employee are kept for at least five (5) years
from the end of the year in which the employee left the Company in any way. After the
expiration of the above period of time, and if permitted by the relevant legislation (tax, etc.),
such personal data will be destroyed if kept in printed form or will be deleted or anonymized
if kept in electronic form.

The video recordings and the recordings in audiovisual material in the context of the
execution of our services that constitute personal data (visual image, sound of the voice,
movements, etc.), are kept for a period of three (3) months from their receipt.

You can ask us and find out what data we collect about you and correct or delete it,
by completing a relevant application that we have available, unless required to be retained
by law for tax, social security, probation or judicial purposes and for the prosecution of
illegal acts.

8. Cookies Policy on our website

According to the European Directive E-privacy 2009/136 / ΣΕ (which will be replaced
by the ePrivacy Regulation) and Instructions dated 25.2.2020 of the Personal Data Protection
Authority, our website accepts the use of “cookies”. These are online tools
for collecting and analyzing information from social networking platforms or partner third
party websites, in order to measure traffic, improve the operation, content and overall
appearance of our website and adapt it to the needs of our customers. They are divided into
4 four categories: 1. Necessary cookies (First party) which are important to be activated
during the browsing, in order for the properly function of the isotope. These essential
cookies are whitelisted and excluded from GDPR consent. 2. Preference cookies that
remember user options such as language, currency or color settings. 3. Statistics cookies
that come from third party services, such as Google Analytics and monitor traffic and isotope
statistics. 4. Marketing cookies that come from technology companies or third party
advertising (Third party) for the purpose of displaying advertisements to visitors or collecting
personal data from them, for future marketing purposes.

When using our website, your personal data is first processed by third parties (“third
party cookies”), such as social networks and search engines, e.g. Google Analytics, Facebook
social plug-ins, Facebook Pixel, etc., without any involvement, influence or control by the
Company and are transmitted either inside or outside the European Economic Area (27 EU
Member States plus Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway) , for which these third parties are
solely responsible. If you do not wish third parties, such as (Google, Facebook, Instagram,
etc.) to receive information from your browser, when you visit the Company’s websites you
can opt out of the terms provided by the respective User Policy exists on the website of any such third party. Although most browsers automatically accept the use of cookies, you can always change the settings on your computer by choosing not to accept cookies, or you may be asked to accept each of them separately. But you should know that this will limit the range of browsing capabilities available to you on any web site and user experience.

9. Transfer your data to third parties

As a rule, our Company does not transfer your personal data to third parties, except to the extent that it is required to provide you with our services, to fulfill requests for the services we provide, and if required by the applicable legal framework.

In particular, the absolute necessary Company’s staff (employees / associates /collaborators) for the fulfillment of the above purpose, has access to your personal data and the ability to process them, and is committed to maintaining confidentiality.

Your personal data may be disclosed and transferred:

In addition, such independent third parties may be official state and supervisory bodies (eg prosecutors, Cybercrime Prosecutοrs, the Personal Data Protection Authority, Tax Authority, supervisor Authorities) when we are asked to comply with the law and to prevent harm to you and to our Company from illegal actions. Third parties may also be Telecommunications companies, cloud providers, and audiovisual content providers.

In our Company we select reliable providers and we try to impose contractual restrictions on third parties who receive your personal data, in order to ensure their use in compliance with the law. All our associates and employees are bound by a confidentiality agreement and an obligation of confidentiality and professional discretion.

In order to process your data, we may need to store, transfer and process it in other countries, including countries basically within the European Economic Area (EEA) based on EU adequacy decisions, corporate binding rules, standard contracts and approved codes of conduct.

10. Security of your personal data

In any case, we take the appropriate technical and organizational measures to ensure the confidentiality, integrity and availability of your data. Οur aim is to ensure that your personal data is transferred, stored and processed in accordance with adequate international security standards and procedures. At our Company we have trained and liable staff, while we recognize the importance of protecting your privacy and all your personal data. For this purpose, we have appropriate security policies and use the appropriate technical and operational tools, such as anonymization, pseudonymization, data encryption, use of firewalls, establishment of access levels, authorized staff and associates, staff training, periodic security audits, compliance to international security standards in order to protect personal data from unauthorized or unlawful processing, accidental destruction, damage or loss.

Any of our partners has access to the above information and your personal data, as
executor of the processing, uses them exclusively for the above purposes. We share the
information you provide to us exclusively in the ways described in this Policy and in
accordance with your express and specific consent per type of processing which you can at
any time and freely revoke by contacting us.

11. How do we ensure that our Processors of Personal Data respect your personal data and the personal data of your partners, collaborators etc?

The Processors of personal data on behalf of the Company, have agreed in writing and
contractually undertaken to:

12. Displation of targeted advertisements

Once you have given us written consent we may use your personal data along with other data we have collected, after human intervention by our marketing department, to display advertisement related to your apparent preferences on our website or any other website.

However, we do not use automated tools to track and evaluate your consumer profile and your general preferences with other personal information (such as your email address) to display advertisements or send you personalized offers, unless you have accepted marketing cookies. In addition, we do not share your personal data with third parties, so that they may send you relevant advertisements, unless you have expressly consented in writing to them. If you wish to stop sending us updates, emails or newsletters, you can use the unsubscribe link at the end of each email or newsletter you may have received from us (unsubscribe).

13. Links to third party websites

Our Company website contains links that lead to other websites of third parties, independent entities, which operate and are maintained exclusively by them, and which we do not control, as mentioned above. We therefore have absolutely no responsibility for the content, actions or policies of these websites. Please read the corresponding data protection policies carefully on the websites you visit, as they may differ significantly from ours.

14. Unsolicited commercial communication

The Company does not allow the use of our services or our website for the transmission of mass or unsolicited commercial e-mails (spam). We also do not allow the sending of messages to/and from our customers, which use or contain invalid or falsified headings, invalid or non-existent domain names, techniques for hiding the origin of each message, false or misleading information or violate the terms of use of websites. We do not allow in any way the collection of e-mail addresses or general information of our customers, through our services of our website. We do not allow or authorize any attempt to use our services in a way that could harm, disable, encumber any part of our services or prevent anyone wishing to use our services lawfully.

In relation to our website and our email address , if we consider that there is any unauthorized or inappropriate use of data in any of our services, we can, without notice, at our sole discretion , take appropriate action to block messages from a specific web space (domain), email server, or IP address. We have the ability to immediately delete any account that uses our services, which at our sole discretion, transmits or is associated with the transmission of any messages that violate this policy.

15. Subjects’ rights and communication for questions or comments

According to the legislation of personal data protection and the GDPR you have the
following rights:

● Right to information and access to your data: The right to know if your data is
being processed, how and for what purpose.
● Right to correct your data: The right to request correction of your personal data if
it is inaccurate or incomplete.
● Right to delete your data (“right to be forgotten”): The right to request the
deletion or abolition of your personal data, subject to certain conditions.
● Right to restrict the processing of your data: The right to request the restriction on
the processing of your personal data when certain conditions are met.
● Right to the portability of your data: Your right to request transmission of your
data to a third party.

Requests for the exercise of these rights, as well as questions or comments regarding this Privacy Policy or if you believe that we have not followed the principles set out in it, may be submitted electronically to the Deputy for the Security and Processing of personal data of our Company, Otar Peradze, in the following email: with the indication: “to Deputy for the personal data processing”. In case of exercising any of the above mentioned rights, the Company will respond to you within (1) month from the receipt of your request, while this deadline may be extended for (2) months depending on the complexity of the request and the number of requests.

Finally, you have the right to submit a complaint to the Personal Data Protection Authority ( ) 1-3 Kifissias Ave., PC 115 23, Athens + 30 210 6475600, contact email, if you consider that the processing of your Personal Data violates the applicable national and regulatory law for the protection of personal data.

16. Which is the applicable law during the processing of your Data by us?

Applicable Law is the Greek Law, as formulated according to the General Regulation for the Protection of Personal Data (GDPR) 2016/679 / EU, and in general the current national and European legislative and regulatory framework for the protection of personal data. The Courts of Athens in Greece are the sole competent courts for any disputes arising from the processing of your Personal Data.

17. Validity of Security Policy and Personal Data Protection

This Policy was published by the Company on 16/10/2023 and is subject to periodic improvement and revision.