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Privacy Policy

Privacy Policy of Promoitalia Group S.p.a

The International Privacy Policy of Promoitalia Group S.p.a was updated on 21 December 2017.

It is important that Promoitalia Group S.p.a protects your information and we want you to know how we collect, use, share and store the information we receive through our interactions with you, both through your computer or mobile device. These include interactions through: (a) and the other websites operated by us which accesses this Privacy Policy (the “Websites”); (b) our social media pages that we control by accessing this Privacy Notice (collectively, our “Social Media Pages”) and (c) HTML e-mail messages that we send you linking to this Privacy Policy (the “E-mail”). Collectively, websites, our social media pages, and e-mails are “services”.
Please familiarize yourself with our privacy policy and contact us for questions.


When you visit our website there are different types of information we can gather:

  1. Aggregated non-personal information

We automatically collect certain non-personal information as you browse and use our website. “Non-personal information” means information that does not uniquely identify an individual or groups of individuals. This information includes IP address, browser type, device type, operating system, page views, referring URLs, destination URLs, dates and times of site visits, and other information collected primarily for statistical purposes. This non-personal information is kept by us in aggregate form, so we do not know the identity of any particular user or group of users. In order to improve your experience with our Services, and regardless of your browser’s Do Not Track setting, we will collect information on:

The number of users who use our website;

The number of users accessing our website via a mobile device;

How users navigate through our website;

Which Internet service providers (ISPs) are used to access our website; and

Which Internet browsers are used to access our website

2.  Personal information provided voluntarily.

We define personal information as any information used alone or in combination with other information that can detect, contact or identify an individual or groups of individuals in a unique way.                                                                                This includes a name or full name, home or other physical address, including street, city, e-mail address, telephone number, and any other identifier that allows the physical or online contact of a specific person; or information concerning a user that the website or online service collects and stores in a personal identification form in combination with a previously described identifier.
We do not automatically collect personal information through access or use of our website unless you voluntarily provide it to us. However, it is necessary to provide personal information to participate in the following programs.
Registration for certain services on our website, such as events, Investor Relations webcasts, e-mail alerts, career news or opportunities, or other requests for information, which will be used to fulfill the request.
3. Information collected from cookies and related technologies.
We use “cookies” and related technologies such as web beacons, JavaScript, pixel tags, locally shared objects and transparent GIFs to collect non-personal information to give you a more convenient experience. However, we do not collect your personal information to track your online activities on our site or on any third-party website or digital services over time.

What is a cookie?
A “cookie” is a small snippet of conservation information websites, often stored on a user’s computer or mobile device. Our cookies do not collect personal information and are generally used to quickly identify your computer or mobile device to “remember” you. You can disable cookies or set the Internet browser to notify you when cookies are sent to the browser or mobile device of the user’s computer; however, disabling cookies will affect your ability to use certain features on our website.
What are web beacons, action tags, pixel tags and clear GIFs?
A web beacon, an action tag, JavaScript, a pixel tag or a clear GIF is an electronic image that allows you to count users who have visited certain pages of our website. Like cookies, they do not collect personal information.

• Use of cookies and related technologies

We can use cookies, web beacons, pixel tags and other technologies for two purposes:

• Interest-based communications: The pages on our website contain pixels that allow us to display interest-based communications on third-party websites and mobile applications, including social media sites such as Facebook or Twitter.

We use cookies and web beacons and other technologies that allow us to know the communications based on the interests you see and interact with. We do not associate your interactions with sites not affiliated with your identity in providing you with interest-based communications.
Communications based on the interests of other advertisers or third parties may also use cookies to measure the effectiveness of their ads and to personalize ad content. We do not have access or control over cookies or other functionality that advertisers and third-party sites may use and the information practices of these advertisers and third-party websites are not covered by our privacy policy. Please contact them directly for more information on their privacy practices.
To learn more about these types of communications and how to renounce participating companies that have allowed interest-based communications, see the Digital Advertising Alliance,

• Measurement interactions: e-mail messages, digital advertisements displayed on third party websites, social media messages and other electronic communications sent contain pixel tags that allow us to track the use of an electronic communication, including if you have opened the communication or if you followed a link in this communication (if any).

We use social media sites like Facebook and Twitter to communicate with you about our programs, services, news and career opportunities. You can follow us on these social media sites to receive regular updates. These social media sites also allow us to target ads to you using the personal information they hold about you, even if you do not specifically follow us on their site. We may target ads or career-related news to you using information such as cookies, pixels, postal codes and interests. We may also direct communications to you using the personal information we maintain, such as your email address or telephone number.
You will only see our targeted advertisements and news related to your career if you have agreed to receive this type of communication through your social media provider. You can disable part or all of the advertising directed to you on a social media site by changing the privacy settings on their site.
• Facebook:
• Twitter:
• LinkedIn:
• Instagram:

The information you publish on a public forum, such as a blog, forum, chat room or wiki, is available to all users who access these sites. Any shared information is available to any user and may be read, collected or used by other people for any purpose, including sending unsolicited information.
We are not responsible for any information you provide to other people or publish on these websites. To protect your information from potential abuse, we recommend that you never share your personal information with anyone you do not trust.

Our website contains links to other websites, including social media sites and icons for starting online web services. These websites can place a cookie on your computer, allowing that site to recognize users who may have visited our site. Using any third-party website or web service may result in the collection or sharing of information about you, depending on the website or third-party web service. We do not control third-party sites or web services or their privacy practices, which may differ from our practices. Furthermore, we do not endorse or make any representations on third party websites or web services.
Non-personal and personal information provided or collected by such third parties is not covered by this Notice. We encourage you to review the privacy policies and settings on third-party sites and services with which you interact to make sure you understand how they use your information.

Most browsers are programmed to accept cookies or other similar technologies to collect non-personal information. You can set your browser to notify you when you receive a cookie, giving you the opportunity to accept or reject it. Rejecting a cookie, or similar technology will affect your ability to use certain features on our website. You can stop accepting cookies from a specific website or changing your browser settings, which are usually found in the “options” or “preferences” menu. You can also visit for instructions, by type of browser, on how to control cookie settings in your browser.
We do not collect Personal Data about your browsing habits over time and through third party websites or online services. However, our website contains links and icons to other websites, including social media sites, and we do not control their collection or sharing of information about you. Refer to the Websites and Online Web Services section above for more information.

Except as described above, we do not disclose your Personal Information to third parties without your prior written consent, except in the following circumstances:
•We are required by law, such as fulfilling a warrant, subpoena, or similar legal process;
• We believe in good faith
• The third parties with whom we enter into contracts to provide corporate services such as recruitment of candidates, scholarships or prize opportunities, registration for Investor Relations webcasts, registration for certain news or events, or sending or replying to an e-mail on our behalf. These contracted third parties do not use or disclose information for purposes other than those set forth in this Privacy Policy.

We offer some choices on how we communicate with you and what personal information we obtain. You can limit or waive the information provided by the user.
• If you have signed up to receive from Investor Relations or e-mails related to your career, you can choose to withdraw at any time by clicking on the link at the bottom of the e-mail to unsubscribe from future submissions. In addition, only for Investor Relations communications, you can update your communication preferences on the Investor Relations page.
• For more information on how to limit, or waive, the collection and sharing of the information used, use one of the contact methods listed in the Contact Us section below.

E-mail communication offers us another convenient way to communicate with the public, including the response to your requests. By sending us an email, we will consider your email as consent to reply to you by email.
You will receive emails from us (or from our authorized third-party fulfillment agent) if you have signed up to receive email notifications for services such as career news, job opportunities, scholarships or awards, company updates or events, or if You have requested some information You can choose not to receive these e-mails by updating your communication preferences by clicking on the link at the bottom of the e-mail to unsubscribe from future emails or by contacting us in the way described in the Contact section.
We do not check the information you provide from your email account. E-mail messages sent directly from your e-mail account are not confidential and secure. We are not responsible for any use, disclosure or modification of such messages. Please do not send any personal information or other information that is considered confidential or sensitive via e-mail.

Although our website provides educational information about security issues and scholarship opportunities, we do not solicit any information or market for children under the age of 13. If you are a parent or legal guardian who discovers your child has provided information to us without your consent, please contact us. If you find that we have collected personal information from a person under the age of 13, we will immediately remove this information.

We retain your personal information for the time necessary to satisfy the transactions you have requested, or for legitimate business purposes, how to comply with our legal obligations, in accordance with applicable law, including federal, state and local laws of the United States.
Because retention periods vary according to the different types of personal information, depending on the business purpose, actual retention periods vary. For example, the personal information provided in an application for community funding and donation programs have a different retention period than a request for company information or the submission of a job application or curriculum.

We share your concerns about the protection of your personal information. Promoitalia Group S.p.a complies with applicable privacy and security laws and generally accepted data security standards to guarantee a level of security, integrity, and privacy, appropriate to the risk of personal information we hold. Personal information provided or collected by us through the use of our website is stored in operating environments not available to the public.

This website is controlled and managed by us from Italy and the operation of this website is not intended to subject it to the laws or jurisdiction of other states, countries or territories. Use of our website will indicate the recognition of terms in this notice.

We can change the terms in this notice. Any changes made to the Notice will be posted on our website as soon as reasonably possible. We recommend that you periodically review this notice to find out if any changes have been made since your last visit to our website. Any changes made to the Notice will be effective as of the date at the beginning of this Notice.

If you have any questions regarding this Privacy Policy, please contact us at: