GDPR - GENERAL DATA PROTECTION REGULATION
The company «Alter Wild Greece KoinSEp» with distinctive title «Alter Wild Greece» (henceforth: the Organization Alter Wild Greece or Alter Wild Greece) is a KoinSEp registered in Greece. Its objective is, the purpose of co-partnership is the collective and social benefit as such are defined in par. 2 and 3 of article 2 of Law 4430/2016 (Government Gazette 205 / A / 188.8.131.526). In particular, the purpose of co-ordination is to promote bio-development. Taken together, the goals of the Partnership for Sustainable Development are specialized in the following activities: protection and restoration of the natural environment and the environment biodiversity; alternative, thematic and mild tourism; services of nature conservation, including the protection of wild fauna and flora, etc.
Alter Wild Greece KoinSEp takes your privacy seriously into account. We are committed to maintain the highest level of protection when processing your personal data; In compliance with the applicable national and European legislation on personal data protection and for purposes of transparency, please find hereunder some useful information on our company’s data protection policy:
1) Who we are
Alter Wild Greece KoinSEp is the Controller of your personal data. You can communicate with us via telephone, fax, email, as well as via post.
The communication information of our office in Kalamata is the following:
Alter Wild Greece KoinSEp
Tel: +30 697592874
2) Information we may hold and why
Alter Wild Greece processes personal data that concern natural entities, natural entities entrepreneurs, or natural entities acting on behalf of a legal entity (e.g. legal representative of a company, head of communications, etc.).
The information we collect, and process may, as the case may be, include:
name and surname,
identity card or passport number,
tax identification number,
The information that we process may concern:
1) any person that contacts Alter Wild Greece and voluntarily submits its personal information in order to:
Receive information on issues that are within its scope of services,
Request the evaluation of an investment plan,
Participate in business meetings,
Participate in educational seminars addressed to exporters,
Participate in expos for the promotion of products and relevant events,
Receive services that are available online on the Alter Wild Greece website
Receive newsletters regarding activities, actions and initiatives of Enterprise Greece.
2) Investors, possible investors and investor consultants.
3) Suppliers and external collaborators.
4) Any third party, with which Alter Wild Greece comes into contact during the exercise of its activities, such as diplomats, entrepreneurs and reporters.
5) Users of the website. Apart from the information submitted voluntarily by the above persons in the website of Alter Wild Greece, certain types of information is collected for the website users, such as information regarding the devices (including the type of navigation program and the IP address) and information regarding the server of the recording document of the accessibility of the website of Alter Wild Greece.
3) How we collect your personal data?
In most cases, the personal data is provided by you directly, either in writing, including by electronic means, or orally, for the objectives mentioned analytically below under , such as for example, when you:
Fill in and submit the electronic form of communication which is available on the website of Alter Wild Greece.
Send an email to Alter Wild Greece.
Send by post to Alter Wild Greece any request or dossier in written form.
Communicate by phone with Alter Wild Greece.
Fill in your personal data in the lists of participation in the events of Alter Wild Greece.
Provide to Alter Wild Greece your business card.
Enter into a contract with Alter Wild Greece.
Provide to Alter Wild Greece your personal data with a view of receiving newsletters concerning the activities, actions and initiatives of Alter Wild Greece.
Browse the Alter Wild Greece website.
Furthermore, Alter Wild Greece may collect personal data from third parties, such as external collaborators, Ministries, Embassies, within the context of its scope of services. This information is collected with a view of attracting new investors/volunteers in Greece, organizing all the activities of Alter Wild Greece. In these cases, Alter Wild Greece makes every possible effort to secure the legality of collection of the personal data it receives.
4) Legal Basis for data processing
Alter Wild Greece processes the aforementioned personal data:
1) In compliance with legal requirements, and/or
2) for the performance of a task carried out in the public interest or in the exercise of official authority vested in Alter Wild Greece, and/or
3) for the purposes of the legitimate interests pursued by Alter Wild Greece, and/or
4) for the performance of a contract to which Alter Wild Greece is party, and/or
5) when the data subject has given consent to the processing of his/her personal data for one or more specific purposes, as for example for receiving newsletters, for the participation to business meetings, training seminars for exporters, promotion exhibitions and other related events.
In cases where data processing is based on data subject’s consent and is associated with a task carried out in the exercise of official authority vested in Alter Wild Greece, further processing of personal data may be imposed for purposes of public interest and/or in compliance with legal requirement.
5) Purpose of data processing
Ο Alter Wild Greece processes personal data for at least one of the following purposes:
To attract investors and/or volunteers.
To support investors and/or volunteers.
To provide information to investors/volunteers.
To provide mediation services to investors/volunteers.
To evaluate plans.
To organize business meetings and missions.
To organize business meetings and trips for purposes related to its activities.
To provide information and education.
To organize international exhibitions of agricultural products, food, beverages, test reports, consumer & industrial products, events, product promotion programs.
To select new suppliers and/or service providers of Alter Wild Greece, execute the relevant contract (works/supply/services contract) and publish it to our online platform.
To organize press conference.
To archive the minutes of the meetings held by the administrative bodies of Alter Wild Greece.
To inform about actions and initiatives operated by Alter Wild Greece.
6) How long we retain your personal information
7) How we use «cookies»
8) Sharing your personal data
Alter Wild Greece may share your personal data in the course of its activities with the following categories of third parties located within European Union:
Ministries of Greece or of other Member States of European Union.
Greek state entities and authorities.
Our online platform.
Companies that assist Alter Wild Greece in the provision of its services, as for instance transport companies, printing and public relations companies.
Companies that undertake the organization of training seminars and volunteer activities.
Other third parties (for example providers of IT services, legal and financial advisors, external auditors).
Third parties that provide auditing services.
These third parties may access your personal data only if and when required to perform tasks assigned by Alter Wild Greece that include the processing of your personal data.
In addition to the parties listed above, Alter Wild Greece may disclose your personal data when it is necessary to satisfy any applicable law, regulation, legal process or governmental request.
9) Transfer of personal data to third countries/international organizations
Alter Wild Greece may transfer personal data to third parties located outside the European Economic Area ("EEA") for the fulfilment of the aforementioned purposes. Such transfer takes place under the condition that the third country in question offers an adequate level of data protection, and the recipients of personal data comply therewith.
Exceptionally in cases where no adequate level of data protection is ensured, Alter Wild Greece may transfer personal data only when the suitable safeguards are provided, such as a legally binding and enforceable instrument between public authorities or bodies, or standard data protection clauses adopted by the Commission. In the absence thereof, Alter Wild Greece may transfer personal data only in specific circumstances, when for instance the data subject has explicitly consented to the proposed transfer after having been informed and according to the provisions set forth by law.
10) Data subject rights
Pursuant to the current legal framework on the protection of personal data, you are entitled to exercise the following rights by filling out and sending to our Data Protection Officer a specific form that is sent to you upon request:
The right to access, correct or update your personal data at any time. This right can be exercised under the condition that there is no risk of disclosing confidential information protected by law or by nature as such.
The right to object the use of your personal data unless there is an overriding public interest that requires the processing activity.
The right to restrict the use of your personal data, under the condition that personal data is not processed for purposes of public interest, legal compliance or contractual performance.
In case where the processing of your personal data is based exclusively on your consent, you have the right to withdraw your consent at any time without any detriment, and without prejudice to the retention period that may be required for purposes of public interest or in compliance with applicable law.
Similarly, you are entitled to ask the erasure of your personal data, under the condition that such deletion is technically feasible, and the personal data is not processed for purposes of public interest, legal compliance or contractual performance. In case where data deletion cannot be satisfied for technical reasons, you are entitled to the right to restrict the use of your personal data.
You have the right to data portability, according to which you can ask to receive your personal data so that you can transfer them to another organization, without prejudice to the applicable data retention period that is required by law and/or for purposes of public interest.
In case where you are dissatisfied with how Alter Wild Greece processes your personal data; you are entitled to submit a complaint before the Hellenic Data Protection Authority (DPA). For more detailed information you can visit the website of DPA:
In case where you wish to submit a complaint before Alter Wild Greece for any issue regarding the processing of your personal data, you may ask for, fill out and send to our Data Protection Officer a specific form via email.
11) External links
Some hyperlinks on our website refer to contents that are useful for exporters and investors; such contents are related inter alia with European and state bodies, associations, chambers, international and national organizations. Those hyperlinks are provided solely for the convenience of stakeholders, and in no case can Alter Wild Greece be held responsible neither for their content nor for the privacy practices applicable thereto. Should the website user wish to use any third-party websites, he/she acknowledges his/her own responsibility in this regard.
Alter Wild Greece sends invitations and updates (newsletters) regarding its activities, events and initiative to those that have consented thereto. In case where recipients wish to stop receiving newsletters, they have the right to unsubscribe from newsletter list at any time and without any detrimental effect.
13) Social media
16) Security of personal data
We place high priority on the security of your personal data. We apply appropriate technical, administrative, electronic and physical safeguards to protect against foreseeable loss, unauthorized access, destruction, misuse, unauthorized modification and improper disclosure. We store data on servers that are placed in secure installations and we apply specific procedures for the storage and safety of data. Network traffic is monitored and filtered by a firewall system, and data is scanned by a state-of-the-art antivirus software.