Browsing and the use of the website “” (hereinafter referred to as ‘the Website’) implies acceptance by the user of all the terms and conditions detailed on this page, and which have the same validity and efficacy as any written and signed contract. We recommend that you read the following terms carefully, every time that you wish to enter this Website. If you do not agree with the terms detailed herein, do not enter, browse or use this Website.


  1. Information on the Website owner:


Owner: INGENING CREACIONS TECNOLOGIQUES, S.L. (hereinafter, the ‘Organisation’)

CIF:  B17955535

Address: Av. Reis Catòlics, número 6, 2ª – 17800 Olot (Girona)


Tel. nº: 972 26 81 05

  1. Website Content


These General Conditions of Access (hereinafter, the ‘Access Conditions’) regulate access by any person who accesses, browses, uses or who takes part in (the User) the contents of the pages that comprise the Website, as well as the contents and services included in them.

The Organisation reserves the right to make updates and changes to the information on the Website, to its configuration, its availability and its provision, as well as to these conditions, at any time and without prior notice, in addition to these Access Conditions.

If the User does not accept these Access Conditions, or the specific terms and conditions that regulate the use of a certain service and/or content that is intended for Website Users, as determined by the Organisation, the User must refrain from accessing the Website.

The Organisation may establish specific conditions for the use of certain contents or services, which must be known and accepted by the User prior to their use, in accordance with the terms and conditions established in these contents and services.



  1. Website Access


The User access the Website under his sole, exclusive responsibility. The exclusive purpose of the contents and services are to provide information on the activities undertaken by the Organisation.

The User may access the contents and services of the site that are available as such free of charge and without prior authorization, notwithstanding the technical conditions or the need for prior registration with respect to certain services and specific contents, as established in the terms and conditions of these services.


The User undertakes to make proper, correct and lawful use of the contents and services of the Website. Any illegal or illicit activities, or activities that contravene good faith and public order are strictly prohibited, and in general, this also applies to any conduct that attacks, induces or that may contravene respect for human dignity and the principle of non-discrimination on grounds of race, sex, religion, opinion, nationality or any other personal or social circumstances, and/or the protection of public health. and that of consumers and users, and/or the protection of youth and children. Furthermore, any activity aimed at supplanting the identity of any person or organisation, or interfering, violating, altering or disconnecting the system, servers, networks or contents, is prohibited, as is failing to meet any of the connection requirements of the Website.

The User will use the services and contents of the Website solely for private purposes, and use of the Website is prohibited for promotion, sales, hiring, advertising, or for providing information belonging to the User or third parties, notwithstanding the terms and conditions that, where applicable, regulate the use of a certain service and/or content.


The User will refrain from using any type of computer virus, code, software, computer program, computer or telecommunications equipment that may cause damage or unauthorised alterations to the contents, programs or systems that are accessible through the services and content provided on the Website or in the information systems, files and computer equipment of the Website users themselves. The User will abstain from making unauthorised access to any content and/or services provided on the Website.

The Organisation reserves the right to prevent the User from accessing the services without providing any prior notice, and may adopt those measures it deems appropriate at any time in order to prevent the behaviour and activity indicated above.



  1. Intellectual and Industrial Property Rights


The Website is regulated by Spanish legislation on intellectual and industrial property. In no event will it be understood that access, browsing and use of the Website or the use and/or the contracting of products or services offered through the Website implies any form of waiver, transfer, license or the total or partial granting of these rights by the Organization to the User.

The use or references to names and trademarks or registered trademarks, logos or other distinctive signs, whether owned by the Organisation or by third parties, is implicitly prohibited without the consent of the Organisation or that of their legitimate owners. At no time, except when expressly stated, does access to or the use of the Website and/or its contents and/or its services, give the User any right over the brands, logos and/or distinctive signs included therein and which are protected by Law.


All intellectual and industrial property rights are reserved for the contents and/or services of the Website, and specifically, any modification, copying, reproduction and/or, public communication is prohibited, including the right to make available, transform or distribute in any manner, all or part of the contents and/or services included in the Website, for public or commercial purposes if prior express, written authorisation from the Organisation has not been provided, or where appropriate, if prior express, written authorisation has been provided by the holder of the corresponding rights.


Those legal persons or organisations that violate the intellectual or industrial property rights of the Organisation will be liable to the jurisdiction of those courts responsible.

The Website contains texts that are prepared for purely informational purposes, which may not reflect the current state of technology and that refer to general situations, and as such, their content cannot be applied by the User to specific cases in any event whatsoever. The opinions expressed therein do not necessarily reflect the views of the Organisation. The content of the articles published on this Website cannot, in any way, be considered as a substitute for specialised and personalised advice. Users must not act on the basis of the information contained in this Website without first resorting to the corresponding advice of the Organisation.


  1. Privacy and Personal Data Protection Policy

This privacy and data protection policy is an integral part of the legal notification of the web page.

In accordance with that established in EU Regulation 2016/679 of the European Parliament and the Council of 27 April 2016 on the protection of natural persons with respect to the processing of personal data and the free movement of information and  repealed through Directive 95/46 / EC (“GDPR”), in addition to other regulations on this matter, the Organisation, hereby informs Users that their data will be incorporated into the databases of the Organisation, in accordance with the following information:

Information: File Controller and the Head of Security

  • Contact nº: 972 26 81 05
  • E-mail:
  • Head of Security: Laura Arenas Romero
    • Processing Aims

The data that the Organisation will store with respect to your identity are: your name, address, telephone number, email address, the fact that you have contracted a service, your username and password, and your payment information.

The Organisation will process the information it possesses in relation to those affected with the aims of:

  • Managing any type of request, suggestion or request on our services and our activities put to us by interested parties.
  • Undertaking internal research and developing the activities and services that we offer.
  • Providing commercial communication, which involves the processing of their data in order to inform them about our activities and provide general information.

Those interested may unsubscribe from these notifications by writing to:

  • The management of data provided by candidates for a job in the CVs that they provide us, as part of the selection and recruitment process.
  • We may be required to use and retain personal information in order to comply with legislation.
  • We may also use personal information to comply with internal and external audit requirements and in any manner that we consider to be necessary or suitable: (a) by virtue of applicable legislation (b) to respond to the requests of courts, security organisations, regulatory bodies and other public and governmental authorities (c) in order to comply with our own terms and conditions, and (d) to protect our rights, privacy, security or property, or those of others.

The Organisation will process the data and information that you have provided for selection processes with the utmost confidentiality, and adopt to this end those technical and organisational measures necessary to avoid loss, improper use, alteration and/or unauthorised access.


Data storage

  • The Management of Curriculum Vitae: The Organisation may retain your CV for up to one year. On the conclusion of this period the information will be automatically destroyed, in compliance with the principle of data quality.
  • In order to determine the storage periods for all other data, The Organisation takes the following into account: local legislation, contractual obligations and the expectations and requirements of our clients. When personal information is no longer necessary for the purpose for which it was gathered, we eliminate it or destroy it in a secure fashion.


  • Legitimation

We process personal data in compliance with legislation and transparency and fairness. Data processing is undertaken:

  • In order to enter into contracts signed with the Organisation, processing being necessary for the fulfilment of our obligations with respect to you.
  • With your consent.
  • For the satisfaction of a legitimate interest, as pursued by the
  • In compliance with legislation
    • Data Flow


Data Processors: The Organisation may facilitate access to certain personal data when it considers this to be necessary, in order to provide its services, and to improve them. When we share personal information, we do so in compliance with the requirements of data security and privacy.

Data transfer: Personal data will not be facilitated to third parties, unless when legally required. Transfer of data does not cover the access and/or processing of data when this is the responsibility of Users, when this process is necessary for the proper provision of the services hired.

  • Provenance


The Organisation gathers your information from the following sources:

  • Information provided directly by the person affected when requesting information from us, or when hiring or using our services, or when requesting client attention services.
  • Furthermore, we may also obtain information from third parties that we consider to be publicly available, or on a commercial basis, in order to offer the client services that we consider to be of interest to you, and in order to maintain the accuracy of our data and to improve our services.


  • Rights


Rights of Access, Rectification and Deletion: The interested parties are entitled to obtain confirmation as to whether the Organisation processes personal data that concerns them, or not. Those interested parties are entitled to access their personal data, and request the rectification of any inaccurate data or, if applicable, request its erasure when, for among other reasons, the data is no longer necessary for the purposes for which it was gathered.


Right to Limitation and Opposition: In certain circumstances, interested parties may request the limitation of the processing of their data, in this case we will only retain it in order to exercise or defend claims. In certain circumstances, and for reasons related to their specific situation, interested parties may oppose the processing of their data. The Organisation will cease to process the data, unless overwhelming legitimate reasons arise, or in the exercise or defence of claims.


Right to Portability: The interested parties have the right to request the portability of their data, so allowing their data to be transmitted directly to an organisation or company, whenever this is technically possible.

These rights may be exercised by any means of communication to the Organisation at the address detailed in this legal notification, enclosing a photocopy of the official identity document of the owner of the data or by sending an e-mail to


  • Updates and Modifications 


The Organisation reserves the right to modify and/or update its data protection information when necessary, in compliance with the General Data Protection Regulations. If any changes are made to these, the new text will be published on this page, where you will be able to access the updated regulations. In all events, our relationships with Users will be regulated by those rules established at the moment you access our Website.

5.8. Communication and Support Channel


Those interested may contact us with respect to any doubts on the processing of their personal data, at the following address:

In accordance with that established in Law 34/2002 of 11 July on the Services of the Information Society and Electronic Commerce, you may revoke the consent given with respect to the reception of advertising or promotional communications sent by the Organisation at any time, by email or any other equivalent digital means of communication by sending an e-mail with the subject line “BAIXA E-mail”, to the following address:

The Organisation maintains an active profile on the main social networks of the Internet (Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube and Google+). The process that the Organisation undertakes with its followers’ data will, in all events, be that allowed for corporate profiles by each social network. The Organisation may therefore inform its followers by any means allowed by the social network with regard to its activities, presentations and offers, as well as providing personalised customer services. In no event will the Organisation extract data from the social networks, unless User consent has been specifically and expressly obtained.


  • The Use of Cookies


In compliance with Article 22.2 of Law 34/2002, of 11 July, on the Services of the Information Society and Electronic Commerce, the Organisation hereby provides information on its policy of collecting and processing cookies.


What are Cookies?


Cookies are files that are downloaded into your computer via the web pages of the Website.

They are tools that play an essential role in providing numerous services of the information society. Among other uses, they allow a web page to store and retrieve information about the browsing habits of a User or his/her staff, and depending on the information obtained, they may be used to recognize the User and improve the services offered.



What Type of Cookies are there?


According to the purpose for which the data obtained through cookies is processed, distinctions can be made between:

– Technical cookies: These allow users to browse through a web page, platform or application and use the different options or services in it, such as controlling traffic and the communication of data, identifying the session, entering restricted access areas, remembering the items in an order, performing the purchasing process of an order, making an application for registration or for participation in an event, the use of security devices during browsing, storing content for the broadcasting of videos or sound or sharing content through social networks.

– Personalisation cookies: These allow users to access the service with some characteristics of a general nature that are pre-established and based on a series of criteria in the User’s terminal, such as language, the browser type through which service is accessed, the regional configuration from where the service is accessed, etc.


– Analysis cookies: These allow the person in charge of them to track and analyse the behaviour of the users of the web sites they are linked to. The information collected through cookies of this type is used to measure the activity of the web sites, applications or platforms and to create browser profiles for the users of these sites, applications and platforms in order to introduce improvements based on the analysis of data use made by service users.

– Advertising cookies: These allow the effective management of the advertising spaces that, where appropriate, a publisher has included in a web page, application or platform from which it provides the requested service. These cookies are based on criteria such as the content published, or the frequency at which the ads are displayed.


– Behavioural advertising cookies: These allow the effective management of advertising spaces that, where appropriate, the publisher has included in a web page, application or platform from which it provides the requested service. These cookies store information on user behaviour that is obtained through the continuous observation of browsing habits, and which facilitates the creation of a specific profile that shows advertising based on these habits.



What type of cookies does this Website use?


This website uses the following cookies:


– Cookie: catAccCookies


– Type/origin: Own


– Expiration: 30 days


– Purpose: Cookie established by the consent of Cookies, to record that you accept the fact that the site uses cookies



How to modify cookie configuration


Users can reset, block or delete cookies from the Website, or any other web page, using their browser. This operation is different in each browser, the information below is pertinent to the most frequent operators:


Internet Explorer:”ie-10″









Warnings about eliminating cookies


If you reject cookies you will be able to continue using the Website, although the use of some features may be limited, or the Website itself may not function correctly, and the User may need to initiate a session as such in each of the services that require registration or logging in.


  • Communications via the Website


In the event that the User sends information of any kind to the Organisation through the Website, by means of the channels provided for this purpose on the Website itself, the User declares, guarantees and accepts that he/she has the right to do so freely, that this information does not infringe any intellectual, trademark, patent, commercial secret, or any other right of a third party, that such information is not confidential and that this information is not detrimental to third parties.

The User acknowledges that he/she takes responsibility and will hold the Organization harmless and unaffected by any communication that he/she personally provides in his/her name, or on behalf of third parties, this responsibility covering, with no restrictions whatsoever, the accuracy, legality, originality, origin and ownership thereof.



  • Links to other Web Pages


All links, hypertext, deep, framing, or any other type of virtual connection through telecommunication networks from any website or URL (hereinafter the “Links”) to the Website must be authorized by the Organisation.

In the event that the Website  User finds Links to other web pages that are managed by third parties, the Organisation hereby declares that it does not possess the personal or technical resources to control, verify or approve the content, information and services that are provided in such web pages. Consequently, the Organisation will not assume responsibility of any kind for any aspect related to the web page to which a link could be established from the Website. The existence of a link or links to other web site/s will not imply the existence of relationships of cooperation or dependency between the Organisation and the person responsible for the other web site/s.


The existence of external links in the Website does not imply that the Organization recommends the contents of these landing pages.

If Users know that activities of an illegal nature are undertaken on a third-party website to which a link takes them, they must immediately notify the Organisation for the purposes of disabling the access link to it.


  • Links to other Web Pages directed to the Website


If any Users, organisations or web pages wish to establish any type of link to the Website, they must comply with the following stipulations:

The link must be absolute and complete, that is, it must take the User to the URL of the Website, by means of a click, and it must cover the entire extension of the screen on the Website access page. In no event, unless the Organisation provided express, prior written authorisation, may the web site making the link reproduce the Website, in any way, or include it as part of its own web site or within one of its “frames” or create a “browser” on any of the pages of the Website.


The page that establishes the link cannot contain any kind of declaration stating that the Organisation has authorized the link, unless the Organisation has done so expressly and in writing. If the company that correctly establishes the link from its own page to the Website wishes to include the brand, denomination, trade name, sign, logo, slogan or any other identifying element of the Organisation and/ or the Website on its web page, it must have prior written and express authorization for this.

The Organisation does not authorize the establishment of links to the Website from those web pages that contain illegal, illegitimate, obscene, or otherwise illegal, content or information that contravenes the law, morality, public order or generally accepted social norms.


The Organisation has no powers, nor the human or technical means to enable it to know of, control or approve all the information, content, products or services provided by other web sites or web pages that are not linked to the Website. The Organisation assumes no liability whatsoever for any aspects related to other web sites or web pages that establish this link to the Website, especially, but not limited to, its operation, access, data, information, files, the quality and reliability of its products and services, its own links and/or any of its contents, in general.


  • Responsibility and Guarantees


The Organisation cannot guarantee the reliability, usefulness, or veracity of the services or of the information provided through the Website, nor that of the utilities or the purposes of the services provided, in order to inform the other Users of the Organisation at all times, this in order to guarantee the best functionality of the security system.

The Organisation cannot guarantee the reliability, usefulness or veracity of the services or of the information that is provided through the Website, nor the usefulness or veracity of the documentation on the events that may be acquired through the Website, and which have been prepared for professionals from many different sectors.


The Organisation therefore does not guarantee, nor may it be held responsible for:


  1. a) The continuity of the Website contents.


  1. b) The lack of errors in these contents or products.


  1. c) The lack of viruses and/or other harmful elements in the Website, or the server that provides its services.


  1. d) The invulnerability of the Website of the security measures used in it.


  1. e) The lack of utility or the non-performance of the contents and products on the Website.


  1. f) The damages that it may cause, to itself or to a third party, or to any person that breaches the conditions, norms and instructions that the Organisation establishes in the Website, or as a result of violating the security systems of the Website.


The Organisation is not responsible for any faults, errors or damages, be they direct or indirect, that may affect the User’s computer system (hardware and software), or the files or documents stored in it, that may be caused or may result from:


  1. a) The capacity or quality of the User’s computer system or the presence of a virus on the User’s computer that is used to connect to the services and contents of the web.b) The User’s connection or Internet access.

    c) A malfunction of the User’s browser, or the use of computer applications by the User with       versions that have not been updated or in which the corresponding user license has not been obtained.


However, the Organisation declares that it has taken all those measures necessary, within its capacities and the state of the art of technology, to guarantee the operation of the Website and to prevent the existence and transmission of viruses and other components that may be harmful to Users.

If any User becomes aware of the existence of illicit or illegal content that is contrary to the law or that could lead to a violation of intellectual and/or industrial property rights, he/she must immediately notify the Organisation so that it can take those measures appropriate.



  • Duration and Modification


The terms and conditions herein are subject to partial or total modifications and without the need for prior notice to be provided by the Organisation. The validity of these terms and conditions therefore coincides with the period during which they remain published on the Website. Any modifications, be they partial or total, will be published in the same way that the current General Conditions have been published, and as such, before Users access, browse or use the Website, they must read the General Conditions of Access that are published at the time.

The Organisation may terminate, suspend or interrupt access to the contents of the Website at any time and without prior notice, without this entitling Users to claim compensation of any kind.


  • Overview


If any one or more of the provisions in these General Conditions of Access are judged to be illegal, null or void by a court/tribunal, or any other administrative body, the validity, effectiveness and legality of its remaining provisions and those of the General Conditions of Access, will not be affected, unless the party that alleges the nullity or annullable condition proves that without the null or annullable clause, the aims sought by these conditions may not be fulfilled.


Visitors to this Website and any person or company that uses or contracts any product or service that is provided in it, expressly renouncing any other jurisdiction or court that may correspond to them, are subject except in those cases not legally permitted, to the jurisdiction and authority of the courts of the city in the location of the registered offices of the Organisation, with respect to the resolution of any matter that may arise regarding the interpretation, application and compliance with these conditions, as well as any claims proceedings that may arise as a result of using this Website.



  • Contact Information


The Organisation will note your comments regarding these General Access Channels. If you believe that the Organisation has not fulfilled this stipulation, feel free to contact us at; Avinguda Reis Catòlics, number 6, 2ª – 17800 Olot (Girona) or at the following email address pdades @ ingening. com We will make our best commercial efforts, within reason, to determine and solve any problems that may have arisen as soon as we can.