BCNA Negotiation Consultants

Terms of Use

The purpose of this document is to set out the terms and conditions which govern the use of the website www.bcna.gr, and in general of the website of “BCNA negotiation consultants”, division of “BCLA Legal Company” (hereinafter referred to as “BCNA” or “the website”). The use of the website requires full and unreserved acceptance of the stated terms, which apply to the entire content of the site.

Provision of information and updating

“BCNA” makes every possible effort to ensure that all contents of the website are accurate, correct, full, up-to-date, adequate and available, but it cannot guarantee that all these criteria will invariably be met. In no circumstances, even in the event of neglect, can “BCNA” accept liability for any loss incurred by a user of the website as a result of this use.

The information and other data made available to users on the website – insofar as they do not concern “BCNA” itself – are gathered by “BCNA” from sources available to the public and are offered to users of the website solely and exclusively for their information. None of this information should be understood to represent the views or express the position of “BCNA”. “BCNA” does not carry out any evaluation or assessment of the information provided, and does not accept, adopt or approve of it in any way; the provision of this information via the website cannot in any circumstances be regarded as the offering of advice or recommendations, nor should it be interpreted as an offer, a proposal or the acceptance of a proposal for the concluding of any contract, agreement or transaction with “BCNA” or with any third party. The user bears the sole responsibility for his use, evaluation, assessment and utilization of any information provided. Any business or other decisions made on the basis of this information are made entirely at the responsibility of the user and “BCNA” cannot be required to make good any losses, potential or actual, resulting from the use of the information provided via the website.

“BCNA” informs users that for the provision of its products and services they can use a website specially linked to the website of “BCNA”, through which is carried out the process for the submission of the user application for participation, as well as the completion of the user registration for any event organized by “BCNA” (i.e. conference, etc.), including the statement of the way and means of fee payment, namely either via bank debit or via credit card, as well as the granting of the user consent for receiving notifications on behalf of “BCNA” regarding other events.

Links to the websites of third parties

“BCNA” website gives its users the opportunity to move via special connections (links, hyperlinks, banners) to the websites of third parties, design of the content of which is entirely the responsibility of these parties.

“BCNA” cannot guarantee the availability of these linked sites and does not approve of or accept liability for the content, correctness, legality, fullness, actuality or accuracy of the information, or the quality and properties of the products and services offered to the public by these parties through the aforesaid websites, apart from the website specially linked each time to the website of “BCNA” through which the provision of its products and services to the users is carried out.

“BCNA” accepts no liability for errors or operating faults in the websites of third parties, nor for any loss sustained by users from access to these sites or use of the information, services, and products available on these sites.

Copyright – Brand names and logos

The content of the website (programmes, information material of all kinds, data, software, graphics, brands, commercial names, logos etc.) is the property of “BCNA” or any person to whom rights are assigned by “BCNA”, and is protected by the provisions of Greek and European legislation. No amendment, publication, transmission, transfer, reproduction, distribution, presentation, linking, downloading or other use of the content – in whole or in part – of the site is allowed in any way, by any means, for commercial or other purposes, without the prior written consent of “BCNA” or the person to whom rights are assigned by “BCNA”.

Operation of the website

The internet is not a secure environment and, although “BCNA” uses anti-virus software, it cannot guarantee that the website will function without interruption and free of any error or virus, and it cannot accept liability for any loss of data or other loss incurred by the user or third parties, whether due to use/copying/downloading, or to corruption by viruses or other unauthorized interventions by third parties in files and data made available through the website. The user is solely responsible for the protection of his own system against viruses.

User conduct

Users of the website must respect the rules and provisions of Greek, European and international law, and the relevant legislation governing telecommunications, and must refrain from any illegal or inappropriate behaviour in their use of the site and in relation to the site, and from adoption of any practices of unfair competition, or other illegal practices. The user shall be liable for any damage caused to “BCNA” website as a result of malicious or inappropriate use of the site and the services offered via the site. In the event of “BCNA” finding itself involved in any litigation or required to pay any kind of compensation as a result of a breach by a user of the obligations set out in these terms and conditions, the user shall compensate “BCNA” for the loss incurred.

Amendment of terms and conditions of use

“BCNA” reserves the right to amend – at any time and without prior notification of the users – these terms and conditions of use as well as the content of the website, announcing any such change by means of the website. Users shall be obliged on each occasion they visit the site to check for any such changes; continued use of the site will constitute evidence of their acceptance of any changes.

Cookies

What are “cookies”?

Cookies are small text files that are stored in the computer or any other device used by visitors/users in order to access the Internet each time they visit a website. Cookies do not grant access to the files of the visitor’s/user’s device. Moreover, cookies cannot damage the visitor’s/user’s device and do not store any personal information. We use our own cookies and third-party cookies to improve our services and your online experience according to your preferences, aiming to facilitate browsing for our users and to detect any website problems that need improvement.

Also, we use cookies to analyze the use of the website and to provide you with content that match your interests. The table below provides you with more information on the individual cookies and the services we may offer you. It is pointed out that the deletion, blocking, discarding, and disabling of certain categories of cookies may hinder the provision of some services and/or information through our website.

Technical Cookies

These cookies allow users to browse a website, a platform or an application and to use the various options or services found, such as reviewing the number of visitors and data communication, determining the time of the session, accessing restricted sections, monitoring the details of an order, carrying out the purchase procedure related to an order, registering or applying for an event, using security features while browsing, storing contents in order to distribute videos or sound files or sharing contents via social networks.

Functionality Cookies

These cookies allow users to access the service with certain predetermined general features, depending on a series of criteria in the user’s terminal, such as language, web browser used to access the service, local settings of the service access point, etc. These are used to track the user whenever a service is requested. These cookies are anonymised and they are used, for example, to offer you the proper information depending on the country you are located in, as well as the ability to share information through Social Media.

Analysis Cookies

These are web analytics cookies provided by Google Inc. These cookies allow the respective person in charge to monitor and analyse the behaviour of the website users, whenever they log in. The information collected through these types of cookies is used to measure the website, platform, or application activity, and to process the users’ browsing profiles for said website, platform, or application, in order to improve them based on the analysis of user data. Analysis cookies are anonymous; therefore it is not possible to identify the users who navigate the site from different browsers and devices. These cookies may also be used to offer a desirable and personalized advertising experience to each user.

If a user deactivates the analysis cookies, every event in Google Analytics is blocked and therefore no information will be collected regarding any further actions of the user on the website.

The deactivation of analysis cookies, even if the advertising cookies where accepted, means that the user will be unable to receive advertisements through the Google Network, since advertisements are always linked to analysis cookies.

Targeting & Advertising Cookies

These cookies are used in order to allow the viewing/sending of advertisements to users inside and outside our website. They store information regarding user behaviour based on the actions they perform on our website in order to: 

  • Send/show advertisements and offers in relation to the users’ online interests and preferences.
  • Measure the effectiveness of advertising activities.
  • Measure the performance of and reward external staff.
  • Limit the frequency of advertisements shown.

In order to show advertisements via the Google Network, the non-deactivation of analysis cookies is necessary. In case analysis cookies are deactivated, no information will be collected and you may not participate in any targeting list for remarketing advertisements. Respectively, if you keep the analysis cookies and you do not deactivate the advertisement cookies, although Google Analytics will collect information regarding your visit to our website, you will not be included in remarketing lists and therefore will not be able to see remarketing advertisements.

Neither Google Analytics nor Facebook Pixel Tracking can work retrospectively. This means that if you start navigating through the website, after having enabled the advertising cookies, you may participate in the advertising groups according to your visits, for the period of time they are enabled. When you choose to disable them, no more information will be collected from the website and therefore no advertisement will be shown again. Their disabling will take effect from the moment you disable them and afterwards. This means that for some time you will still see advertisements, which however will be related to the period when these cookies were still enabled, and in this context the advertisements are shown based on information which was collected then. 

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