Privacy Policy

ProFuture website privacy policy

1. Cookies

ProFuture website uses cookies. Cookies are small files which that can be stored on a user's computer and allow to save information about users and their experience in the website.

We use two types of cookies: Essential – cookies that are necessary for a website to function properly by enabling basic functions like page navigation and access to secure areas of the website. These cookies cannot be turned off.

Performance - cookies which measure how often you visit our website and how you use it. We use this information to get a better sense of how you engage with our content.

We use Google Analytics Tracker to understand how you navigate between pages and whether you have downloaded anything. No personal information is collected from Google Analytics. For further information on the privacy policy concerning Google Analytics, please click here.

Please note that you can block or allow cookies. Our entire website would be still accessible if cookies are blocked. To learn how to enable and disable cookies, please visit your browser's website:

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2. What (types of) personal data will be collected?

The information collected, including personal and non-personal data, are the following:

• Email address, name, surname, company

If you subscribe to our newsletter and provide us with your e-mail, it will be saved in a protected database with the sole purpose of sending you newsletters about the project.

If you subscribe on Eventbrite to our final conference in September 2023 with your e-mail, name, surname and company name, we will use the only data in relation to the final conference.

3. What is the legal basis for the processing?

Your personal data are processed in accordance with Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data, and repealing Directive 95/46/EC (hereinafter GDPR), and Belgian Law of 30 July 2018 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data.

The data subjects are invited to provide their personal information through an online form. The legal basis for this processing operation is consent. You can withdraw your consent at any time by writing an email to the following address: 4. Who is responsible for the data processing? The Data Processor for this processing operation is EUFIC.

5. Who are the recipients of the personal data?

The personal information will be used on the MailChimp platform only for the purpose of sending newsletters

6. Social media interactions

ProFuture website integrates social media interactions allowing to share the project’s website content on social media platforms and other related actions. By using these interactions, your personal data may be shared with a wide audience including, in some cases, those who are not logged on to the specific social media selected.

The applicable data protection provisions of the social media integrated in the ProFuture website may be accessed under the following links: Facebook -; Twitter -; LinkedIn -;

7. Will the personal data be transferred to countries outside the European Economic Area without an adequate level of data protection?

The collection and part of the processing of personal information are carried out through ‘MailChimp’ a platform provided by the Rocket Science Group LLC, an American company. Adequate safeguards have been adopted as required by law (SCCs, Privacy Shield).

8. For how long will the personal data be stored?

All data will be deleted 3 years after the ending of the project (October 2026).

9. How will the personal data be protected?

Information is stored on password-protected server. Only authorised people can access the information.

10. Who can I contact when I have question or complaint?

Project Coordinator: IRTA – Massimo Castellari ( Project Partner: EUFIC – Marie-Christine Thurm (