Legal Terms and Conditions and Privacy Policies

Privacy Statement

This privacy statement contains our information, explains personal data and the processing of personal data and for what purposes we process your personal information. It explains your rights, what we do to ensure your personal data are safe and how long they are stored.

Our information

Thrive-in Collaboration

Sos. Pipera-Tunari (Vila P29) 1H

729941 Voluntari (Romania)

Phone number: +40759556610


Email address:

Personal data

Personal data are data that provide information about you that directly or indirectly identify you.

Processing personal data

By processing personal data we mean the collection, recording, organizing, storage, adaptation or alteration, retrieval, consultation, use, disclosure by forwarding, dissemination or otherwise making available, combining, blocking, erasure or destruction of your personal data.


We process your personal data for the following purposes: for general or targeted offers, for the ordering process, so that we can contact you, so that we can deliver our products or services, so that we can inform you of changes to our services or products, to draw up quotations and agreements and to send newsletters if you gave permission. We only process personal data that are necessary for these purposes.

We also process your personal information to fulfill legal obligations, improve our services, to investigate complaints and to prevent fraud. We never sell your personal information to third parties. We don't draw up profiles of you and we don't take automated decisions that can have significant consequences for you. In order to take care of your personal data, we conclude a processing agreement with companies if those companies process your data in our assignment.

Personal data that we process

In order to carry out the purposes, we might process the following personal data:

● Address

● Bank account number

● E-mail address

● First and last name

● Function

● IP address

● Phone number

You also have rights

Wish to know which personal data we processed? Send an email to with a request for access to your data. You will receive a response to the request within four weeks.

Are your personal data incorrect, incomplete, irrelevant for the purposes for which they are processed or otherwise in breach of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) or other legislation? Then you have the right to correction of your personal data. Correction means correction, addition, deletion or blocking of your personal data. You also have the right to object to the processing of your personal data, the right to have less data processed, the right to withdraw permission you have given and the right to data portability. Send your request to You will receive a response to the request within four weeks. We would also like to point out the possibility of submitting a complaint to the National Supervisory Authority.


Personal data are personal and should remain personal. We find it just as important as you that your personal data do not go public or are processed unlawfully. We therefore apply all possible technical and organizational measures to safely handle your personal data. To secure your personal data we use a secure internet connection, backups, limited access to personal data, passwords for electronic systems, regular security tests and security software such as a virus scanner and firewall.

Storage personal data

We do not store your personal data longer than is strictly necessary for carrying out the purposes. If there are legal requirements applicable to the storage, the personal data are no longer stored than required by law.


If you would like to receive the newsletter offered on our website, we require your email address as well as information which allow us to check that you are the owner of the provided email address and that you agree to the reception of the newsletter. Further data will not be collected. We use this data exclusively for the sending of the requested information and do not transmit them to third parties.

The permission you give us to  store the data, including the email address you provide, as well as the use such data for the purpose of sending the newsletter, can be withdrawn at any time via the “Unsubscribe” link within the newsletter.

General Delivery Terms & Conditions

Article 1: Definitions

1.1. User: Thrive-in Collaboration and its legal successors.

1.2. Customer: natural and legal persons who conclude an agreement with Thrive-in Collaboration.

Article 2: General

2.1. These conditions apply to all offers and agreements between the user and the customer, unless this is explicitly deviated from in writing.

2.2. The user explicitly rejects the applicability of any conditions from the customer.

2.3. If any condition becomes fully or partly void or invalid, the remaining conditions remain in full force. The user will then work with the customer to replace the void or voided condition by a new condition. The new condition is drawn up according to the purpose and intent of the condition to be replaced.

2.4. These conditions also apply to agreements whereby user uses third parties for implementation.

2.5. In case of lack of clarity concerning a condition, it must be interpreted in the spirit of these terms and conditions. This explanation is also used when a situation arises that is not covered in these conditions.

2.6. The user can, to the benefit of the customer, deviate from these conditions or implement them in a different manner. However, this does not mean that these conditions do not apply. The user reserves the right to require compliance with these conditions.

Article 3: Offer

3.1. The offer is non-binding and valid for 14 days following the date of the offer.

3.2. If the customer has not accepted the offer in writing within the time limit, the offer expires and the user is entitled to amend the offer or withdraw it.

3.3. The user has the right to amend an offer or withdraw when it is based on inaccurate or incomplete information provided by the customer.

Article 4: Agreement

4.1. The agreement is concluded in writing and for an indefinite period, unless the nature or content of the agreement dictates otherwise.

4.2. The agreement sets out the services to be performed and the products to be delivered and includes the hourly rate or agreed price. When it appears the agreement is not sufficient, or if one of the parties wishes to amend the agreement, this can be done in mutual agreement. The agreed price may possibly be changed. The change is agreed in writing.

4.3. In the implementation of the agreement, the user adheres to the requirements of good craftsmanship. The user implements the agreement to his best knowledge and abilities, based on the known state of the art at that time. The user only has a best efforts obligation and does not guarantee to achieve a desired result.

4.4. When dividing the agreement into separate parts, the user can choose to do invoicing separately. The user can suspend parts of the agreement if he needs approval for the results of the previous part.

4.6. The user may terminate or modify the agreement at any time with a notice period of one month. The user may terminate or modify the agreement at any time without prior notice if there are circumstances that prevent the execution of the agreement or in case the unaltered maintenance of the agreement cannot be demanded from the user. The customer cannot make interim changes or terminate the agreement.

4.7. At the discretion of the user, the agreement may be fully or partially carried out by a third party.

4.8. The user may suspend or terminate the agreement with immediate effect if the customer fails to, or in a timely manner, comply with the obligations in the agreement or these conditions or the user has a well-founded fear that this will occur and this default justifies suspension or termination. In this case, the user has no obligation to pay damages or compensation, while the customer is obliged to do so because of breach of contract.

4.9. The user has the right to terminate the agreement without further notice with immediate effect if the customer requests suspension of payment, is granted a suspension of payments, in case of filing bankruptcy or applying for a debt rescheduling arrangement, is declared bankrupt or the debt rescheduling scheme is pronounced or his company is liquidated.

Article 5: Right of withdrawal consumer purchases

5.1. In case of distance purchasing, a consumer has a cooling off period of 14 calendar days whereby he can terminate the contract without giving any reasons, except for products or services that are excluded from the right of withdrawal. During this reflection period, the consumer takes care of the product and may examine and try it as would be usual in a shop.

5.2. The reflection period begins when the consumer or a pre-designated third party has received the product or final product or part with a contract for multiple products or components or after receiving the first product with a contract for repeated delivery of goods over a given period. In a contract for the supply of digital content which is not supplied on a tangible medium and services, the reflection period starts one day after the conclusion of the agreement.

5.3. If the consumer wants to use the right of withdrawal, he shall report this unambiguously within the reflection period for users. The consumer must then return the product within 14 calendar days after the report as specified by the user. The cost of return will be borne by the consumer.

5.4. The consumer should be able to prove that he has used the right of withdrawal in the prescribed manner.

Article 6: Amendment of conditions

6.1. The user reserves the right to change these conditions. The amended conditions take effect when they are disclosed to the customer.

6.2. The customer reserves the right to terminate the agreement within two weeks after the amended conditions have been made known to him.

6.3. If the customer does not respond within two weeks to the communication, the user is entitled to make assume that the customer has accepted the amended conditions.

Article 7: Prices and payment

7.1. The agreed prices are inclusive of VAT.

7.2. Payment must be made within one month after the invoice date at a bank account designated by the user in the currency invoiced.

7.3. Objections to the invoice must be notified in writing to the user within 14 days of the date of the invoice.

7.4. The customer is legally in default if he fails to pay within the payment period. The private customer is in default if he fails to pay within the payment period or within a reasonable time after notice. The customer owes the statutory interest on the outstanding amount from the date of default until the date of full payment.

7.5. If the customer remains in default, all reasonable extrajudicial and customary legal costs related to the recovery, are charged to the customer. Statutory interest on these costs is also charged.

7.6. Payments by the customer will first cover the costs of recovery, then the payment of all interest and finally the payment of the principal amount, even when the customer specifies otherwise upon payment.

7.7. Without the consent of the user, the customer is never entitled to settle a debt of the user with an invoice. Objections raised by the customer against the services and products or the amount of the invoice do not suspend the payment obligations. The customer also may not suspend payment for other reasons.

7.8. The user is entitled to have the customer pay a deposit. The customer is required to complement this deposit if the user considers it desirable.

Article 8: Retaining ownership

8.1. The user retains ownership of all goods delivered to the customer until the customer has fulfilled all obligations under the agreement. The customer has no right to sell the goods, exchange, give away, pledge, encumber, etc. as long as the user retains ownership.

8.2. The customer notifies the user when third parties seize the goods delivered, or wish to establish or exercise rights. Any damage to the goods comes at the risk of the buyer. The customer is obliged to take out insurance covering the risks so that he can compensate this loss. The customer does everything he can to prevent or limit damage.

8.3. The user reserves the right to take back the delivered goods and thereby enter the premises of the customer or third parties involved by the customer.

Article 9: Liability

9.1. Should the user be liable for any damages, the user's liability is limited to the direct damages. The user's liability is limited to the invoice value of the agreement, at least to that part of the agreement to which the liability relates.. The user's liability is in any case limited to the sum for which the user is assured.

9.2. The user is never liable for indirect damages, including consequential damages, lost profits, lost savings and damage due to business interruption. The user is also never liable for damage caused because the user assumed incorrect or incomplete information provided by the customer.

9.3. Direct damage is exclusively: the reasonable costs incurred to determine the cause and extent of the damage, the reasonable costs incurred to still implement the agreement correctly and reasonable costs to prevent or limit the damage. These costs only fall under the direct damage if it is found that the damage is attributable to the user.

9.5. If the user can not or does not properly fulfil the agreement at the hands of the customer, the customer is held responsible for all direct and indirect damage on the part of the user.

9.6. The customer indemnifies the user against any claims of third parties suffering damage in connection with the execution of the agreement and of which the cause can be attributed to another than the user. If for this reason the user is addressed by third parties, the customer is obliged to assist the user both outside and in law and immediately do for him which can be expected in that case. Should the customer fail to undertake adequate measures, the user is, without notice, entitled to undertake these measures. All costs and damages that result on the part of the user and third parties are for the account and risk of the customer.

Article 10: Intellectual Property

10.1. User retains all intellectual property rights.

10.2. The user may use all the knowledge that the he obtains through the execution of the agreement for other purposes, except for confidential data of the customer.

Article 11: Force majeure

11.1. In case of force majeure, user obligations arising from the agreement concluded with the customer, are suspended. The user notifies the customer as soon as possible of the force majeure situation.

11.2. Force majeure means, in addition to what is understood in law and jurisprudence, all external causes, foreseen or unforeseen, which the user cannot influence and whereby the user is unable to meet his obligations. This could include, among other things: strikes, technical complications, illness of deployed personnel, governmental measures, failures, etc...

11.3. The user has the right to suspend his obligations during a force majeure. The user has no obligation to pay any damages as a result of the force majeure.

11.4. The parties have the right to terminate the agreement if the force majeure lasts longer than 60 days. The parties have no obligation to pay any damages as a result of the termination.

11.5. If the user has already partially fulfilled or can still meet the agreement and the section is of independent value, the user is entitled to invoice this separately. There will be a separate agreement; the customer is therefore obliged to pay this invoice.

Article 12: Applicable law and disputes

12.1. To all legal relationships whereby the user is party, Romanian law is exclusively applicable, also if an agreement wholly or partly executed abroad or if the party involved in the legal relationship resides there. The applicability of the Vienna Sales Convention is excluded.

12.2. The court in the location of the user is exclusively competent to take note of any disputes, unless the law requires otherwise. Nevertheless, the user has the right to submit the dispute to the legally competent court.

12.3. The parties will first appeal to the courts after they have done their utmost to settle a dispute in mutual consultation.

Submit Content and Recommend Content form

If you send content submissions or recommendations to us via one of our forms, your data entered into the contact form, including the stated contact data, are stored for the purpose of dealing with your inquiry and in case of additional inquiries. This data will not be passed on without your permission.

By submitting content through the Submit Content form, you agree to publish the content in it's edited version on, using one the the three available options you chose:

  • link an existing or pending publication from another website (we will post a blog on our site linking to your page)
  • duplicate an existing or pending publication from another website, on (we will include a link to the original post)
  • publish new content exclusively on

Course Registration Agreement

We do not like bureaucracy, but we do like clarity and transparency. That is why we would like to clarify a few things about the payment of the training. By registering for the training, you agree to the points below.

1. Organizing a training entails some fixed costs. That is why we arrange the payment of your participation in advance.  

2. To organize the training, we have some expenses in advance, especially for the location. The closer the training date approaches, the greater our risk of not being able to fill a vacant place due to cancellation. These are our guidelines for cancellations:

- Up to four weeks before the training: no cancellation costs

- Four to two weeks before the training: payment of € 300 if cancelled up to 4 weeks in advance of the first training date (cost reimbursement)

- Within two weeks before the training: payment of 50% of the training amount in the event of cancellation

To prevent cancellation costs, you can always transfer your participation in the training to another person at no extra cost.

3. We do everything we can to ensure that the training takes place, but there may be unexpected circumstances in which that is not possible, for example due to the illness of the trainers, too few participants or problems with the location. That is why we reserve the right to cancel or reschedule the training. If that happens, then as a participant you are of course entitled to a full refund of what you have already paid.

If you believe your situation is exceptional and you’d like to renegotiate these terms, please write to us at We pride ourselves to be reasonable and flexible people. We’ll consider your specific situation and request and get back to you at our earliest convenience.


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Information and referrals

All information provided on or through this website is of a general nature, no rights can be derived from this. Upon composing and maintaining this website Thrive-in Collaboration acts very carefully. The sources and references have also been examined by Thrive-in Collaboration for reliability. Despite such care Thrive-in Collaboration cannot guarantee the correctness, completeness and timeliness of the information. Thrive-in Collaboration expressly rejects any liability for the accuracy, completeness, timeliness of the information and the use of this website.

The information on and through this website offered by Thrive-in Collaboration can be printed or downloaded for personal use. However, it is strictly prohibited to disclose, copy or distribute this information or take any other action that is inconsistent with the intellectual property rights of Thrive-in Collaboration.


All the information offered by Thrive-in Collaboration on or through this website may be changed without notice. The text of this disclaimer is also subject to change without notice. Thrive-in Collaboration encourages you to check regularly if the offered information and the text of this disclaimer has been modified.

Applicable law

Romanian law is exclusively applicable to this website and disclaimer. Disputes are submitted to the competent court in Romania.

Contact information

For questions, requests or remarks regarding the content of this page, please contact us!

Thrive-in Collaboration
Sos. Pipera-Tunari (Vila P29) 1H
729941 Voluntari (Romania)

Telephone number: +40759556610

Email address: