Privacy policy

Version in force on 01/08/2022

The site (‘the Site’) is operated by the company Broadhurst Agency – 87 bis avenue J.B. Clément 92100 Boulogne Billancourt registered with the RCS of Nanterre under number A 423 993 310 (‘the Publisher’), having the quality as a data controller or co-data controller within the meaning of personal data regulations, in particular General Regulation (EU) No. 2016-679 on the Protection of Personal Data of Natural Persons (GDPR). The data is hosted within the European Union

1- What personal data is processed?

The personal data concerning you collected and processed are mainly, depending on the Site services used, your choices and the configuration of your terminal (in particular in relation to cookies and other tracers): your surname, first name, email address, postal address, phone, information about your practice, your product selection history and your connection logs. We can allow you to share information about our services on websites (in their fixed or mobile version), social networks (Facebook, Linkedin, Twitter, etc.), in particular via sharing buttons. We remind you that access to these Social Networks requires your acceptance of their contractual conditions containing provisions relating to the Personal Data Regulations for the processing carried out by them, independently of our pages on the said Social Networks. To find out more about the protection of your Personal Data when browsing these Social Networks, we invite you to consult their respective privacy policies.

2- How do we collect your personal data?

This Data is collected either on the basis of your consent, or is necessary for the execution of your orders (execution of a contract).

3- Why do we collect your personal data?

Thus, your data is collected in order to: Process your requests for commercial information. Allow you to participate in the services and activities offered by the Site Send you information about our offers, news and events (newsletters, invitations and other publications). Make statistics.

4- To whom do we transmit your personal data?

The Publisher does not transfer personal data to a State that does not belong to the European Union.
Your data is processed by the Publisher. They will not be transferred or made accessible to any third party subject to (i) any subcontractors of the Publisher for exclusively technical and logistical reasons (Site hosting and maintenance providers, fraud management providers, etc. .) and (ii) any restructuring of our company, including total or partial sale of assets, merger, absorption acquisition, demerger and more generally any reorganization operation.
Your data may be used for the purposes of managing and optimizing customer relations as well as, unless you object, for the purpose of sending information on the Publisher’s offers, news and events, in particular to means of advertising campaigns on social networks.
Finally, the Publisher may be required to communicate your Data to third parties when such communication is required by law, a regulatory provision or a court decision, or if this communication is necessary to ensure the protection and defense of its rights.

5- What are your rights?

In accordance with the regulations in force, you have the right to access and rectify your data, as well as the right to request their erasure, to oppose their processing and to obtain their limitation or portability to the extent applicable.
You can also object to your data being used to establish your customer profile; in this case, you will no longer be able to benefit from personalized offers or services.
These rights can be exercised directly with the Publisher by e-mail to the address dpo @ You may be asked for proof of identity.
In addition, you can at any time request to no longer receive our communications relating to our offers, news and events by using the hypertext link provided for this purpose in each email that we send you. You can also reach us by simple mail.

6- How long do we keep your personal data?

The Data relating to your registrations and orders will be kept by the Publisher for a period not exceeding the applicable legal limitation periods. From the end of the contract, this data (i) will be archived for accounting and probationary purposes during the aforementioned limitation periods or (ii) will be destroyed if the said periods have expired.
The data used for sending communications relating to offers, news and events offered by the Publisher will be kept for a period of three (3) years from their collection or your last contact with the Site. At the end of this period, the Publisher may contact you again to find out if you wish to continue to receive our communications relating to our offers, news and events. Your data will also be destroyed as soon as possible from your unsubscribe request.
Finally, the connection logs collected, subject to your agreement, in the context of cookies and other tracers set up on our Site, will be kept in accordance with the applicable regulations for a period not exceeding thirteen (13) months.7 – Contact details of the Data Protection Officer (DPO) and right to lodge a complaint

For any questions related to the collection and processing of your Data by the Publisher, you can contact the Publisher’s data protection officer by email at the following address dpo @

Do you have questions ?

Laurent or Léonard will call you back as soon as possible