Last Updated: November 22, 2023
Hostys Connect wants to offer you the best experience possible through our service. To do this, we need to know, store and deliver certain information, including personal data, to allow you to meet professionals to meet your expectations.
The privacy and security of your personal data is important to Hostys Connect. We therefore want to explain to you in a transparent way why and how we collect, store, share and use your personal data.
Hostys Connect Identity
9 boulevard du Général Leclerc, 92200 Neuilly-Sur-Seine, France
Tel. : +33 (0) 6 14 68 62 63
Mail. : firstname.lastname@example.org / email@example.com
SIRET number: 817 679 665 00015
APE code: 8230Z
SAS with a capital of € 10,000
VAT: FR90 817 679 665
What personal data about you do we collect?
You can visit our website hostysconnect.com anonymously. The request for information through an email or a telephone contact and / or registration to a Hostys Connect event through the MatchMaking Studio application and / or a registration dossier requires the personal data listed below:
- First Name
- Company Name
- Function in society
- Direct telephone line
- Mobile phone number
- Email adress
- Language spoken
What are we using this information for?
This personal data is collected for the following reasons, with your agreement via the checkbox on the registration file:
- To organize the event in question.
- To identify yourself and promote your activity to the organizers and other participants of the event.
- To communicate by mailings on future editions of the event.
- To communicate by mailing around the theme of the luxury hotel industry and upscale residential.
Where are they published and / or disseminated?
Some may be written on the communication media of the event such as name badges or catalog for participants. Except for these media, Hostys will not deliver this data. In general, we take all the necessary precautions to preserve the security and confidentiality of your data, in particular to prevent it from being distorted, damaged, disclosed and unauthorized third parties having access to it.
How do we collect your personal data?
Hostys directly collects your personal data from you via various means listed below:
- By telephone contact
- By contact e mail
- By registration file
- By the MatchMaking Studio software
Where do we store information?
All this information is stored on the following media:
- MatchMaking Studio online software whose servers are located in France.
- SalesForce online software with servers located in Frankfurt, Germany and London, UK.
- The online software Campaign Monitor.
- The OVH mail service whose servers are based in France.
- Outlook email clients of team members.
The duration of the conversation
Your personal data will be deleted or anonymized 36 months after the last event you registered, and if no new interaction takes place in the meantime.
Computer Rights and Freedoms
You can send your questions regarding the protection of personal data, confidentiality and security to our President and DPO Yumna Chabrol, Hostys Connect, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Right of access and rectification of data
You have the right to access the Personal Information about you. Also, you can modify this personal data. For this, you must write an email to the address of the DPO mentioned above. Access to your data and / or modification will be given to you subject to verification of your identity.
Right of opposition
You have the right to the erasure of your personal data or rectification of your consent in the processing of your personal data. Here are the different possible cases: You can, without impact, at any time unsubscribe from the mailing dealing with future editions and the theme in general. To do this, simply click on the unsubscribe link present in each email sent via the Campaign Monitor platform. Once registered for an event, you can claim a right of opposition within the limit of not preventing your participation in the event itself. Hostys Connect brings together and promotes high-end hotels. Example: Not having access to the contact details of the representative of the company for whom he works would prevent any business relationship. Another example: Refusing to receive emails related to the organization of the risk event to prevent you from participating.