The purpose of this policy is to provide a framework for the compliance of personal data processing and the respect of the rights of the persons concerned for the implementation of the website by the company INVEJA. The reference texts for this policy are the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) and the amended “Informatique et Libertés” law. The concepts used in this policy are defined in the GDPR, in particular the concepts of processing, personal data or personal details, data subjects and data controller.

INVEJA is committed to respecting the privacy and protecting the personal data of our users. We are committed to defining and applying appropriate measures to ensure the secure processing of your personal data. In this text, we inform you how your personal data will be processed and protected.


INVEJA – 95 Route de la Louée – 44115 Haute Goulaine – Registration RCS Nantes 334 709 342 – is responsible for processing your personal data in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

Contact details of the Data Protection Officer:


You can visit our website without disclosing any personal information. However, some of the services you use require the collection and retention of a number of automatically recognised elements: the date and time, the IP address, the domain name, the browser software and operating system used (if the browser provides this information), the address of the page visited (if the browser provides it), the object requested and the execution status of the request.

This data is collected by means of cookies, which are used to improve our services and for statistical purposes.

Inveja collects and processes personal data in a fair and lawful manner.

The data collected includes the following categories:

  • Concerning the contact form: profession, first name, last name, company, city, country, application, email, message.
  • Concerning the application form: first name, last name, email, city, resume.

We collect personal information that you voluntarily provide to us when you register, which includes the following actions: you fill our forms or send us an email.

Inveja takes care to update the data throughout the processing so that it is not out of date. Inveja never associates the information entered in the form with the cookies that are deposited in your terminal.


  • For the contact form: This is to respond to your requests expressed via the forms or by using the contact means available on the website.
  • For the application form: This concerns an application for a position within the company.

Inveja implements this procession according to its legitimate interest in responding to the requests you send us, except for prospecting activities which are based on consent.

Consultation of the website, filling the forms and receiving communications and canvassing activities are of course optional. The data to be filled in the forms are compulsory, marked with an * to enable us to contact you to address your needs and requests as best we can, to enable us to deliver and invoice what you have ordered.


We keep your personal data in order to administer the requested action.

Inveja determines and implements the means necessary to protect the processing of personal data to prevent access by unauthorised third parties and to prevent any loss, alteration or disclosure of data.


Inveja does not keep personal data longer than is necessary to achieve the purpose of the processing while respecting the applicable legal and regulatory limits.

When you are a customer, your data is kept for the duration of the contract, and 3 years after the end of the contract, unless there are specific legal constraints.

When you are a job applicant, your application data is kept for 2 years, unless you are hired by the company.

Cookies are valid for a maximum of 13 months.

We keep your information for as long as necessary to achieve the above purposes or as long as we are required by law to do so. Thereafter, your personal information is deleted. The same personal data may be stored in several places. This means that information can be removed from one location and kept in another when it is still needed.


The recipient of your personal data is the company Inveja.

Inveja may also pass on your personal data to subcontractors who process them on its behalf and according to its instructions. These subcontractors include:

  • Inveja’s external technical service providers who are involved in the development, distribution, operation and maintenance of the website, in particular, the developer and the host.
  • Inveja’s external service providers involved in improving your experience when browsing the site or sending the newsletter.

Finally, Inveja may be required to communicate your personal data to third parties in application of a law, a regulation, a decision of a regulatory or judicial authority and finally, if necessary, in order to preserve its own rights and interests, in particular in the event of a violation of the General Conditions of Used of the Website

Only duly authorised recipients may access, within the framework of an access management policy, the information necessary for their activity. Inveja defines the rules of access and confidentiality applicable to the personal data processed.


Inveja and its technical service providers use technical and organisational security measures to protect your data against manipulation, loss, destruction or unauthorised access. As far as possible, the personal data you provide to Inveja will be encrypted to prevent misuse by others. Our security routines are continuously reviewed and based on technical developments.

Our staff and the staff of our subcontractors who have access to personal data are contractually bound by an obligation of confidentiality.


Under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), you have the following rights:

  • Right of access
  • Right of rectification
  • Right to erasure
  • Right to limitation of processing
  • Right to portability
  • Right to object to the processing of your data for legitimate reasons and automated individual decision making, including profiling
  • Right to object to commercial prospecting
  • Right to define general or specific directives concerning the conservation, erasure or communication of your personal data after your death.

To exercise these rights or if you have any questions about the processing of your data under this scheme, you can contact the person in charge of data protection:
– Electronically:
– By post: Inveja – Service dataprotection / DPO, 7 avenue Jean Joxé, CS 20148, 49002 Angers cédex 01

When exercising your rights, we may ask you to provide proof of your identity. If you fail to do so, we will not be able to process your request and we reserve the right not to grand your request.

If you feel, after contacting us, that your rights with regard to data processing and civil liberties have not been respected, you may submit a complaint to the CNIL (National Information Science and Liberties Commission).


When using our website, we store data for various security reasons. The information may include the name of your Internet service provider, the website you used to link to our website, the web pages you visit on our website and your IP address.


The site uses cookies. Cookies are small text files stored on your hard drive by your web browser. They store specific information (such as your choice of language or page) that your browser returns to the next time you visit our website.

We use several categories of cookies:

  • Cookies that are necessary for technical reasons, without which the functionality of the website is limited ;
  • Cookies for audience measurement, where we anonymise your data.

Technical cookies are necessary for navigation on our website and for access to the various products and services.

In particular, technical cookies enable us to recognise you, to indicate that you have visited a particular page and thus improve your browsing experience: adapting the presentation of the website to the display preferences of your terminal (language used, display resolution), memorising passwords and other information relating to a form that you have filled in on the site (registration or access to the member’s area). Technical cookies also enable security measures to be implemented (for example, when you are asked to log on again to the member’s area after a certain period of time). These cookies cannot be deactivated or configured, otherwise, you will no longer be able to access the website and/or the website’s services.

Audience measurement cookies are issued by us or by our technical service providers for the purpose of measuring the audience for the various contents and sections of our website, in order to evaluate and better organise them. These cookies also make it possible, where applicable, to detect navigation problems and consequently to improve the ergonomics of our services. These cookies only produce anonymous statistics and traffic volumes, to the exclusion of any individual information. They are therefore not personal data. The lifetime of these audience measurement cookies does not exceed 13 months.


Rejecting a cookie through your browser:

You can choose to disable all or some of the cookies at any time. Your browser can also be set to notify you of cookies placed on your terminal and to ask you to accept them or not (on a case-by-case basis or in full). However, we remind you that deactivating all cookies will prevent you from using our website under normal conditions, with the exception of basic functions.

  • If you are using the Explorer browser:

Click on the Tools button, then Internet Options. Under the General tab, Browsing History, click on Settings. Then click on View Files and select the cookie or cookies you wish to disable. Then close the window that contains this list of cookies and click OK twice to return to the Internet browser.

  • If you are using the Firefox browser:

Click on the Firefox menu icon, then on the Tools button, then Options; In the window that appears, choose Privacy and click on Delete Specific Cookies. Select the cookies you wish to disable and delete them.

  • If you are using the Safari browser:

Click on the Settings button, then Preferences. In the window that appears, choose Privacy/Security, and click Show Cookies. Select the cookies you wish to disable and click Delete or Delete all.

  • If you are using the Chrome browser:

Click on the Google Chrome menu icon, then Settings. At the bottom of the page, click Show advanced settings. In the Privacy section, click Content Settings. To disable cookies, select Restrict all sites from storing data. To delete cookies, click Cookie and Site Data, then hover over the website that created the cookie, and click X in the right corner, or click Delete All.

Rejecting an advertising cookie:

You can manage the use and operation of these cookies by visiting the advertising cookie management platform offered by the advertising industry and following the instructions there. You will thus be able to find out which companies are registered with this platform, which offers you the possibility of refusing or accepting the cookies used by them to adapt the advertisements likely to be displayed to your browsing information.

Please note that this deactivation will prevent the display of any advertisements targeted by centres of interest, but you will continue to receive the other advertisements. Deactivating these cookies prevents the collection of information allowing better targeting of advertisements during your visits: empty inserts will be displayed instead of these advertisements

Rejecting a cookie from a social network:

If you do not want our website to store cookies in your browser for this purpose, you can click on the following opt-out links which will store a cookie in your browser with the sole purpose of disabling them. Deactivating these cookies will prevent any interaction with the social network(s) concerned:


The practices described in this privacy statement apply only to the website. External links from other services/entities related to Inveja may be present on our site, for partnership purposes. You can refer to the privacy policies of the other services/entities when visiting their website(s). Please note that we are not responsible for the privacy policies or the content of other sites.