General terms and conditions of use (GTCU)


Where the terms below are capitalised, reference is made to their definition

  • Administrator: person, department or company in charge of the administration of the Site, its operation and the implementation of the resources necessary for its functioning, acting on instructions from the Company.

  • Content: all information, elements and/or media, in whatever format, intended for distribution on the Site.

  • Operation: maintaining the Site in operational condition.

  • Incident: unplanned interruption or deterioration in the quality of an IT service provided online on the Site.

  • Parties: means both the Users of the Site and the Company.

  • Exhibition: event organised by the Company.

  • Services: all the online services provided by the Company to Users via the Site.

  • Site: a set of structured documents known as “web pages” made up of content of various types and formats (text, image, sound, video, etc.), animated by software and stored on a server connected to the Internet network and constituting the technical support for the URL address referred to in the above legal notice.

  • User: any natural person legitimately connected to the Site.


The purpose of these “General Terms and Conditions of Use” (hereinafter “GTCU”) is to define the conditions under which any User may use the Services provided by the Company via the Site.


These GTCU apply to all Users of the Site.


These GTCU may be amended by the Company whenever it deems it necessary, which the User expressly accepts in advance. The Company shall put any new version of the General Terms and Conditions of Use online and make it accessible on the Site.


  • Method of proof
    In their relations, the Parties undertake to correspond by electronic mail, except in special cases involving the sending of a registered letter with acknowledgement of receipt. Any email will constitute an acceptable method of proof for the establishment of all facts, acts and actions of each of them.

  • Limitation of liability
    The User is not granted any limitation of liability or guarantee in respect of a breach of any of his obligations under these General Terms and Conditions of Use.

    Consequently, the User will be liable for any damage, including direct, indirect, consequential, special or incidental, physical and/or moral, material and/or immaterial damage, that it may cause to the other Parties or to third parties by using the Services or by connecting to the Site.

    The Company uses its best endeavours to ensure that the information published on the Site is accurate. However, it is the sole responsibility of Users to check the information published, as the Company does not undertake to provide any guarantee in this respect. Under no circumstances may its liability be incurred in the event of inaccuracy or incompleteness of any information appearing on the Site.

  • No waiver
    The fact that the Company does not assert the application of any clause of these GTCU or tacitly acquiesces in its non-performance, whether permanently or temporarily, may not be interpreted as a waiver by the Company of its rights arising from the said clause or its subsequent performance.

  • Breach of these GTCU
    Any contrary use of the Site and its functionalities, contrary to their object and purpose, is strictly prohibited and constitutes a breach of these GTCU and, as such, is liable to result in suspension of the visitor account relating to the User, either temporarily or permanently, at the Company’s discretion.


The Company is the exclusive owner of all the intellectual property rights present on the Site and in particular of the rights of use, display, exploitation, reproduction, representation, adaptation and translation relating to any object making up the Site, including the graphic charters, titles, forms, Site plans, texts, articles, analyses and writings, documentation, photographs, images, videos or any other informational and/or downloadable content, as well as the brands and logos put online by the Company.

The Site and its Content are protected by French law on copyright and related rights (articles L.122-4 et seq. of the French Intellectual Property Code), which prohibit the reproduction of these various constituent elements, in whole or in part, without the Company’s consent. This is why the User undertakes to respect copyright, trademark rights and the rights of the database producer, each User acknowledging that the databases created by the Company are the latter’s exclusive property.

The Company grants the User only a simple right of private, non-collective and non-exclusive use of all the content published on the Site and authorisation to reproduce it in digital form on the computer used to consult the Site for the purpose of viewing the pages accessed by the Internet user’s browser software.

The User has no right to transfer or assign the information obtained from the Site and is prohibited from creating any derivative work from the Site Content.
The Site and its components constitute a work protected under intellectual property law. Any representation, reproduction, modification, transmission, translation or, more generally, any use of the Site and its technical or graphic components is strictly prohibited without the prior authorisation of the Companies.

Only the content accessible in the “Press Room – Press Releases and Files” and “Press Room – Media Library” sections is made freely available to accredited Journalists, provided that such use does not infringe the Company’s rights.

The provision of the Services does not entail any transfer or granting of any intellectual property rights, with the exception of the right for a User to use the Services provided by the Company online from the Site, within the limits set out in these GTCU and, where applicable, in any contract that the User may have with the Company.

Any violation of this clause will be considered an act of counterfeiting and may result in civil and/or criminal proceedings in accordance with the law.

The use of hypertext links to and from the Site is also subject to the prior and express authorisation of the Company, the User being able to obtain such authorisation from the webmaster by email.


The User undertakes to provide accurate information when registering and when completing any online procedure, as this information is used for the proper operation of the Site and the proper performance of the Services. The User undertakes not to create a false identity likely to mislead the Administrator or third parties.


The Company provides or is likely to provide the following services to the User via the Site:

  • Access to various content and information;

  • Use of forms to contact the Company;

  • Use of transactional functions: ordering tickets for the Show in particular. These transactional functions are subject to specific conditions.


To use the Site and its functionalities properly, all Users must have software that is regularly updated by the publishers.
The Site’s pages are responsive and therefore adapt to all screen resolutions, but a minimum screen resolution of 1280 x 1024 pixels is recommended.

The Administrator cannot guarantee the transfer, storage or printing of information posted on the Website from or to the User’s computer system or computer workstation.
The Administrator shall endeavour to implement tried and tested technical systems capable of fulfilling the functions expected of the Site. However, no obligation of result may be entered into by the Company in this respect for the benefit of Users, in terms of the security and continuity of the information placed online, in particular due to the hazards associated with the use and operation of open networks such as the Internet.

The Company may update its functionalities in order to meet the needs of Users or to improve the operation of the Site. The operation of the Site may be temporarily interrupted on the decision of the Administrator for maintenance or security purposes. No interruption or slowdown in the operation of the Site may give rise to a claim of any kind whatsoever, nor a fortiori to compensation, particularly in the event of loss of connections, data or information of any kind whatsoever.

The use of the Site by Users may give rise to the deposit of “cookies”. These cookies are used in particular to improve the user experience, collect anonymised statistics and retarget advertising. Users may refuse to accept cookies on their computer by selecting the appropriate option on their browser.


All Users undertake to use the Site and its functionalities without attempting to bypass the technical security and protection systems. He/she undertakes not to disrupt or paralyse its operation.

Any User found to be responsible for the infection of all or part of the Site by viruses, worms, Trojan horses, logic bombs or any other disruptive technical device, undertakes to assume all the consequences thereof, in particular financial consequences, with regard to the Company or any third party who may fall victim thereto.

In the event of acts, misdeeds, fraudulent or unlawful use of the Site on the part of the User, the User undertakes to compensate the Administrator for any loss that he/she may suffer as a result.

The Company may decide to block the distribution of or delete any Content placed online that contravenes:
– the laws and regulations of French law, international treaties and public decency;
– the proper functioning of the Site;
– the legitimate interests of other Users or third parties;
– the image, reputation and interests of the Company, its shareholders, subsidiaries, partners and customers.

In no event will the Company be held liable or be due to pay any compensation to any person in this respect.


In order to be processed, any complaint relating to the operation of the Site, its content or any other matter must be sent to the Company by email and by registered letter with acknowledgement of receipt. No action will be taken on complaints that do not come from a duly identified person and whose contact details are not given.


The Company shall not be liable for any direct or indirect loss, in particular commercial or financial loss (loss of sales, loss of gross margin, loss of opportunity) or loss of image.


In accordance with the principle of business confidentiality, the Parties undertake to exercise the utmost discretion with regard to all information relating to the organisation of the online Services, the content of the Site and their online relations.


Any dispute relating to the interpretation and/or performance of these General Terms and Conditions of Use must, as far as possible, be settled by amicable negotiation between the Parties, which the Company will endeavour to facilitate.

If an amicable solution cannot be found within 30 days, the Parties will be entitled to bring the matter before the competent courts.

By mutual agreement between the Parties, this provision does not preclude the initiation of any emergency proceedings, either by petition or in summary proceedings.


In the event of failure of the amicable settlement and in the presence of any dispute, jurisdiction is expressly attributed to the courts of Lyon, notwithstanding plurality of defendants or the introduction of third parties, even for emergency proceedings or protective proceedings, in summary proceedings or by petition, as well as for any claim based on the provisions of article L.442-6 of the French Commercial Cod


The Site’s GTCU are governed by French law, regardless of the User’s nationality.
The language in which the GTCU are read, understood and interpreted is French.

What is the purpose of the site?

Through its Site, GL events provides the following services to the User:

  • Access to various content and information

  • Downloading content

  • Form or information permitting contact to be made

  • Presentation of the destination and site(s).

Contacter Toulouse Events

Dites-nous tout.

La mission première de Toulouse events avec le MEETT est d’organiser et accueillir des événements générateurs de valeurs, de dynamiques économiques et commerciales et d’opportunités de développement.

Contacter Toulouse Events

Dites-nous tout.

La mission première de Toulouse events avec le MEETT est d’organiser et accueillir des événements générateurs de valeurs, de dynamiques économiques et commerciales et d’opportunités de développement.

Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is defined by the European Commission as the voluntary integration by companies of social and environmental considerations into their commercial activities and their dealings with stakeholders.
While CSR is the practical implementation of sustainable actions applied to companies, the acronym ESG refers to the Environmental, Social and Governance criteria to be taken into account when assessing a CSR policy.

The GL events Group’s primary objective is to reduce its carbon footprint, with the target of reducing energy consumption by 25%. Measures have been taken to achieve this, including an ambitious energy efficiency plan, promoting renewable energies, encouraging low-carbon transport and mobility and measuring its carbon footprint.
GL events has also developed a roadmap for reducing emissions.

The second objective is to limit the use of single-use products and to maximise its circular economy The Group has implemented an eco-design policy to maximise waste reduction through asset rotation, and GL events is continually working to improve waste sorting and recovery.

The third objective is to develop diversity and territories through GLO-CAL partnerships and activities. GL events is committed to solidarity and philanthropy. The Group encourages responsible purchasing and supports the SSE (Social and Solidarity Economy). GL events also believes that diversity is a strength and promotes this through its ethical and entrepreneurial values.

The main results of this strategy are seen in:

  • a 22% reduction in emissions in 2022 compared with
    the data published in 2019 for the 3 axes.
  • 52% of the Group’s electricity (France and International) being classified as renewable, including 100% of venue sites in France being supplied with renewable electricity.
  • a 12-point increase in the waste sorting rate. The Group is aiming
    to increase this figure from 32% in 2019 to 44% in 2022.

The Group’s CSR vision is embodied operationally by the GreenTech+ division. This organises 9 trade fairs dedicated to accelerating the ecological transition through product and industry trade fairs. This new GL events Group entity is committed to supporting the industry’s players in their development, seeking out solutions for the future and encouraging our fellow citizens to become increasingly eco-responsible.