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Tel.: 33 (0) 1 56 84 02 00
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Publication director: Carole Chappey
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The Site was developed by TECH’advantage.
The Site is hosted by :
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Headquarters : 2 rue Kellermann – 59100 Roubaix – France
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Furthermore, TECH’advantage provides hyperlinks from its Site to other affiliated and non-affiliated sites. These sites are independent of the Site. TECH’advantage neither publishes nor controls these sites. Such links do not constitute mutual approval or indicate any partnership between TECH’advantage and these sites under any circumstances. Hence, TECH’advantage shall not be held liable for any content, products, publicity or any elements or services presented on these sites.
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TECH’advantage or any other authorized party that takes action in connection with the Site shall not be held liable for any damage that might result from access to or use of the Site, including all damage and viruses which might infect IT equipment or anything else.
TECH’advantage shall make every reasonable effort to keep all specific information published on the Site up to date and it shall not be held liable for any errors or omissions.
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The Site shall be set up and administered by TECH’advantage, whose registered office is located in France. TECH’advantage is governed by French law and all disputes shall be referred exclusively to the courts of Nanterre, France. Web users, who access the Site from countries other than France, must ensure that they act in accordance with locally applicable laws.
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