Legal Informations

The site is published by the Economic Interest Group AD’OCC – Agency for the Economic Development of the Occitanie region, GIE whose head office is located 3840 avenue Georges Frêche – CS 10012 – 34477 PEROLS cedex – telephone 05 61 12 57 12 – email address


SAS au capital de 10 069 020 €
RCS Lille Métropole 424 761 419 00045
Code APE 2620Z
N° TVA : FR 22 424 761 419
Siège social : 2 rue Kellermann – 59100 Roubaix – France

Publication Director

The publication director is Mr. Nicolas Schaeffer, in his capacity as General Director of the GIE.


AD’OCC undertakes to make its best efforts to ensure that users can access the site at all times. However, it cannot be held responsible in the event of unavailability of the site, for whatever reason.
The user of the site acknowledges having read these legal notices and undertakes to respect them.

The user acknowledges having the skills and means necessary to access and use the site, and acknowledges having verified that the computer configuration used does not contain any viruses and that it is in perfect working order.

AD’OCC cannot guarantee the accuracy and completeness of the information published on its site nor the permanence of its proper functioning or its total IT security.

AD’OCC makes every effort to offer users available and verified information and tools, but the agency cannot be held responsible for errors, lack of availability of information and/or the presence of viruses or other logical infections on its site.

The information provided by AD’OCC is for information purposes only. AD’OCC cannot guarantee the accuracy, completeness or timeliness of the information published on the site.

The user acknowledges using the information and tools available on the site under his exclusive responsibility.

Computing and Freedom

Protection of personal data

The processing of personal data implemented within the framework of the site is based on the legitimate interest of the agency to implement such activities and integrated into the list of processing operations of the AD’OCC Data Protection Officer.

The data is kept:

in the event of subscribing to a newsletter during the duration of the subscription;

if you are a contact with a client of the agency as part of one of the agency’s missions, for the duration of the relationship increased by 3 years.

In accordance with the Data Protection Act of January 6, 1978 as amended and the general data protection regulations, you have a right of access, interrogation, limitation, portability, erasure, modification and rectification of information concerning you. You also have a right to object to the processing of your personal data, as well as a right to object to this data being used for commercial prospecting purposes. Finally, you have the right to define general and specific directives defining the manner in which you intend these rights to be exercised after your death.
You can exercise these rights with the Data Protection Officer at the following address: or by post to AD’OCC, DPO, 55 Avenue Louis Breguet – La Cité – CS 84008, 31028 Toulouse Cedex 4, accompanied by a copy of a signed identity document.
Finally, you have the right to lodge a complaint with the National Commission for Information Technology and Liberties, the supervisory authority responsible for compliance with obligations regarding the protection of personal data.

AD’OCC invites you to read its personal data protection policy her

Use of cookies and statistics

The AD’OCC website uses cookies subject to the provisions of the E-Privacy Regulation, the General Regulations on the Protection of Personal Data and Law No. 78-17 of January 6, 1978 known as the “Informatics and Freedoms” law.

During their first visit to the AD’OCC website, the user is informed by a banner of the activation and use of trackers (cookies).

A tracer is information placed by the server of the visited site on the visitor’s terminal. It is used to store data likely to:

facilitate navigation (the operating cookie memorizes, for example, your information to prevent you from having to re-enter it during your next visit, it secures navigation) on the website;

improve the website by analyzing visits (cookies analytics), developing statistics.

This file is kept for a maximum period of 13 months and can only be read via the AD’OCC website.
AD’OCC does not authorize the placement of third-party cookies, the indirect placement of cookies, nor the placement of cookies for commercial purposes.

These trackers will only be deposited if the user of the site gives their consent which may result from appropriate settings of their connection device or any other device placed under their control. Thus, before depositing the trackers, the user will always have the choice to manage their preferences via the tracker information banner.

Intellectual property

The site taken as a whole, as well as each of the elements which compose it taken independently, in particular the specific programs and developments and the contents including data, texts, still or animated images, logos, sounds , graphics, files, are the exclusive property of AD’OCC or third parties who have granted it a license. Any total or partial representation of the site or one of the elements which compose it without the express authorization of AD’OCC is prohibited and would constitute an infringement punishable by the articles L.335-2 and seq. of the Intellectual Property Code.

The databases appearing on the site are protected by articles L.341-1 et seq. of the Intellectual Property Code and any qualitatively or quantitatively substantial extraction or reuse of the content of the databases is punishable.
The brands and logos appearing on the site are trademarks registered by AD’OCC or by third parties. Any reproduction, imitation or use, total or partial, of these distinctive signs without express authorization and in violation of the prohibitions provided for in articles L.713-2 et seq. of the Intellectual Property Code engages the responsibility of their author.
The other distinctive signs, in particular the company names, trade names, signs, domain names reproduced on the site are the property of AD’OCC or third parties and any reproduction without express authorization is likely to constitute usurpation involving the liability of its author on the basis of article 1240 of the Civil Code.

However, AD’OCC grants users the right to reproduce all or part of the content of the site for storage for the purposes of representation on a single-station screen and reproduction, in one copy, for backup copy or print on paper. This right is granted within the framework of strictly personal, private and non-collective use, any networking, any redistribution or total or partial marketing of this content, to third parties, in any form whatsoever, being strictly prohibited.
These reproductions must clearly and legibly mention the source and author of the site. Under no circumstances can these reproductions cause harm to the authors.


AD’OCC is in no way responsible for links that may redirect or simply reference this site.

Referencing or setting up a link to this site requires the express prior written authorization of AD’OCC.

In addition, AD’OCC does not authorize hypertext links using the deep linking technique. These links allow direct access to a page of the site without going through its home page or give access to part of the site by making it appear in a frame of the linking site (in the form of an encapsulated “frame”) or by giving a direct access to one or more works (photos, sound, text, video, etc.).
Any access of this type is subject to prior, express and written authorization from AD’OCC.

AD’OCC exercises no control and cannot be held responsible for the content of sites referencing or using hyperlinks to this site.

Business Email

The email addresses of AD’OCC and each of its employees are reserved for professional use. Professional documents intended for AD’OCC must be sent to these professional email addresses. In the context of the right to residual privacy at work, the AD’OCC rules are as follows:

the use of professional messaging to send or receive private messages can only be done within the limits of the right to residual privacy at work;

the subject of the email must contain the words “PERSONAL” or “PRIVATE”;

otherwise, the message will not be automatically treated as a private email.

Consumer mediator

The consumer customer is informed of the possibility of resorting, in the event of a dispute relating to these general conditions, to a conventional mediation procedure or any other alternative method of dispute resolution.
The agency also informs the consumer client of the existence of an Online Dispute Resolution (“RLL”) platform which he can use. The user can access it from the following link:

Applicable law

This site is governed by French laws.


AD’OCC reserves the right to modify the content of this legal notice at any time and without notice.

The user is therefore invited to consult it regularly.