MBI Terms and Conditions

The use, including visiting the mbi.eu website, implies the total acceptance of the terms and conditions under which these services are provided every time you access our site. We invite you to carefully read the Terms and Conditions chapter to be aware of what you are accepting.

The terms and conditions of these services may be changed at any time by MBI, without the prior notification of the User. The user has permanent access to the Terms and Conditions of using the services and is obliged to read them every time they access our site.

Your personal data will be processed by MBI until the consent is withdrawn. 

1. Definitions

MBI – the site is owned exclusively by MBI Institut für Marketingberatung GmbH, with its headquarters in Münichreiterstraße 19, 1130 Vienna, telephone: + 43/1/877 74 74 headquarters@mbi.eu, organized under Austrian law, UID: ATU16046302, Trade Register number FN 83531s.

SITEMBI.eu domain and its sub-domains.

CONTENT – all information on the SITE that can be visited, viewed, or otherwise accessed using digital equipment.

– information about the products, services practiced by MBI in a certain period.

– information related to the services practiced by a third party with whom MBI has concluded partnership contracts, within a certain period.

– data relating to MBI, or other privileged data thereof.

USER – the natural person who accesses the CONTENT

TERMS AND CONDITIONS – Terms and Conditions of use of the SITE.

2. General Aspects

This policy establishes the terms and conditions of use of the Site / Content / Service by the User.

The use, including but not limited to accessing, visiting, and viewing the Content, implies the adherence of the User to these terms and conditions. The user undertakes to constantly monitor the terms and conditions that can be updated, modified, and completed. 

Access to the Content is made exclusively by accessing the public site available on MBI.

By using the Site / Content, the User is solely responsible for all activities arising from its use. Also, they are liable for any material, intellectual, or electronic damages, or of any other nature, inflicted on the Site, the Content, MBI, or any third party with which MBI has contracts, in accordance with the Austrian legislation in force.

3. Content

3.1. The content, as defined in the preamble, including but not limited to logos, stylized representations, commercial symbols, static images, dynamic images, text, and / or multimedia content presented on the Site, are the exclusive property of MBI, and all rights obtained in this sense, directly or indirectly, are reserved for MBI.

3.2. The User is not allowed to copy, distribute, publish, transfer to third parties, modify, and / or otherwise alter, use, link to, expose, or include any content in any context other than the original one intended by MBI. Additionally, the User is not allowed to use or include any content outside of the MBI site, remove any logos protected by the copyright of MBI on the content, as well as participate in the transfer, sale, or distribution of materials made by reproducing, modifying, or displaying the content, except with the express consent of MBI.

3.3. The User may copy, transfer, and / or use the content only for personal or non-commercial purposes, as long as this does not conflict with the provisions of the Terms and Conditions.

3.4. If MBI grants the User the right to use a certain content, this must be described in a separate use agreement. The User thus has or obtains access to this agreed-upon content as a result of this agreement, a right which extends only to that or those contents defined in the agreement. The User retains this right only during its or these content’s existence on the site or in the period defined in the agreement, according to the conditions defined.

3.5. Any use of the Content for other purposes than those expressly permitted in the Terms and Conditions or the accompanying usage agreement, if it exists, is prohibited.

4. Contact

4.1. MBI publishes on the site the complete and correct identification data for the User to contact them.

4.2. By using the contact form or the service present on the site, the User automatically allows MBI to contact him by any available means including electronic means.

4.3. Filling in part or in full the contact form and sending it does not in any way constitute a commitment from MBI to contact the User.

4.4. Accessing the Site, using the information presented within it, visiting the pages, or sending e-mails addressed to MBI is done electronically, by telephone, or any other means of communication available to the User. By doing so, the User agrees to receive notifications from MBI through electronic means and / or through telephone, including communications by e-mail or by ads on the site.

4.5. MBI reserves the right not to answer all requests of any kind, received through any means of communication (electronic, telephone, personal, etc.).

5. Privacy policy

5.1. MBI collects, based on the voluntary provision of the data subject, personal data. The types of data collected depends on the nature of the way the site visitor or User wishes to interact with www.mbi.eu. Thus, to be able to be contacted by MBI for any questions or information regarding MBI, the first name, last name and e-mail address of the User are collected.

5.2.  MBI may unintentionally collect other data that does not lead to the unique identification of the data subject (time of visit, place of access, name and version of Internet browser, operating system, and other technical parameters) provided by the Internet browser through which the site is accessed. This information may be used by MBI to improve the services offered to its Users.

5.3. MBI may unintentionally collect information that may lead to the identification of visitors to www.mbi.eu  such as the IP address. MBI will not use such information to identify site visitors/Users and will not make such information public, other than under the conditions described in this Privacy Policy.

5.4. The site www.mbi.eu is affiliated with Facebook. Blocking the upload of all cookies will also lead to blocking these communications from Facebook or partners.

5.5. MBI will process the personal data of Users for the following purposes and legal grounds: based on the consent of the User of the site, for contacting them, to provide information on MBI activities or information, or at their voluntary request.

5.6. By visiting the site, each User has expressed their consent that MBI will process their personal data, in accordance with the purposes stated in this Privacy Policy. This is in compliance with the provisions of Regulation no. 679 of April 27, 2016, on the protection of natural persons regarding the processing of personal data and on the free movement of these data and repealing Directive 95/46 / EC (General Regulation on data protection) and with the national provisions in force.

5.7. MBI processes the data legally, fairly, and transparently. Data processing is performed for specified, explicit, and legitimate purposes. Data processing is adequate and limited, only in relation to the necessity of achieving the purpose for which they were collected. Personal data will only be retained for the period necessary to fulfill the purposes for which they are processed, and the processing will be carried out in an appropriate manner to ensure the security and integrity of the data. No data transfer will take place without appropriate precautions.

5.8. MBI implements the organizational and security measures needed for protection against unauthorized access, use, alteration, or destruction of personal data in accordance with the international and national legal provisions in force. To protect the information collected for the purposes mentioned by the User, MBI uses Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) certification.

5.9. MBI will not disclose personal data collected through the website www.mbi.eu, except for authorized employees and partners, meaning authorized persons to whom this data is required to be given to process on behalf of MBI, or if the disclosure obligation is a legal obligation of MBI or its employees or partners. MBI, together with its collaborators (authorized persons), assumes the responsibility of implementing appropriate technical and organizational measures regarding the confidentiality protection and security of personal data.

5.10. Each User has, as the data subject, the following rights in relation to MBI, as a personal data operator:

5.10.1. The right of access means the right of the User to obtain a confirmation from MBI that the personal data concerning the person in question are processed or not and, if so, access to the respective data and information can be obtained regarding how data is processed.

5.10.2. The right to data portability refers to the right to receive personal data in a structured, commonly used ,and automatically readable format, as well as to the right to have this data transmitted directly to another operator, but only if this is feasible from a technical standpoint.

5.10.3. The right of opposition refers to the right of the User to oppose the processing of personal data when the processing is necessary for the performance of a task that serves a public interest or when considering a legitimate interest of the operator. 

5.10.4. The right to rectification refers to the correction, without undue delay, of inaccurate personal data. 

5.10.5. The right to delete the data (“the right to be forgotten”) means the right of the User to request the deletion of personal data, without undue delay, if one of the following reasons applies: they are no longer required for fulfilling the purposes for which they were collected or processed; the person concerned decides to withdraw their consent and there is no other legal basis for the processing; the person concerned opposes the processing and there are no legitimate reasons to prevail; personal data were processed illegally; personal data must be deleted in order to comply with a legal obligation; personal data were collected in connection with the provision of information society services.

5.10.6. The right to restrict the processing can be exercised if the User challenges the accuracy of the data processed by MBI, during a period that allows the correctness of the data to be verified; processing is illegal, and the person in question opposes the deletion of personal data, requesting instead the restriction; in the case that MBI no longer needs the personal data for the purpose of processing, but the person in question requests them for finding, exercising, or defending a right in court; if the person has objected to the processing for the period of time in which it is verified that the legitimate rights of MBI prevail over those belonging to the User.

5.10.7. The right to file a complaint to the Austrian Data Protection Authority.

When the rights stipulated in the Regulation (EU) no. 679/2016 were violated, any data subject has the possibility to address the Austrian Data Protection Authority by filing a complaint.

The contact details of the Austrian Data Protection Authority are the following: Barichgasse 40-42, 1030 Vienna, Austria / Europe; Phone: +43 1 52 152-0; E-mail: dsb@dsb.gv.at; Website: www.data-protection-authority.gv.at

5.11. For the exercise of the rights according to art. 6.11, the User will address MBI by e-mail, sent to headquarters@mbi.eu

5.12. The personal data provided by completing the contact form or requesting information processed by MBI are retained for a period of 1 year from the moment of collection. 

5.13. MBI does not promote SPAM, forcing the collected data of the User to be used only in accordance with the stated purposes and not to be made public, to sell, rent, license, transfer, etc. the database containing information concerning the personal or special data of the User of any third party not involved in the fulfillment of the stated purposes.

5.14. Exception from the provisions of art. 5.13. include situations in which the transfer / access / visualization / etc. is requested by the authorized bodies in the cases provided by the regulations in force at the time of the event.

5.15. If MBI considers that a change of confidentiality rules is necessary, it will publish the respective changes to inform the data subjects about the changes in collected information and the way of using it.