Privacy Policy

Pursuant to art. 13 of Legislative Decree no. 196 of 2003 (hereinafter referred to as the “Privacy Code”), in relation to personal data concerning you that will be processed, Next Exhibition srl informs you of the following.

Purpose of data processing 

Next Exhibition srl does not store on any cloud device any data from the online forms of this site. The data entered in the online forms on this site will be sent exclusively by email to

Methods of data processing 

The processing of the data, collected directly from the person concerned or through third parties who have declared themselves entitled to do so, will be carried out, also with the aid of computerized tools, in accordance with the procedures provided for by the Privacy Code. Such processing consists of the operations or sets of operations indicated in art. 4, paragraph 1, letter a) of the Privacy Code: the collection, recording, organization, storage, consultation, processing, modification, selection, extraction, comparison, use, interconnection, blocking, communication, dissemination, cancellation and destruction of data, even if not recorded in a database. It will be carried out by the Data Controller and possibly also by third party service providers, who may act as Data Processors and/or Persons in charge of the processing.

Consequences of any refusal to provide data 

The provision of personal data, relating to the processing in question, is optional and not mandatory. In the event of failure to provide the personal data requested or subsequent opposition to the treatment, we will not be able to guarantee the use of our institutional site in a personalized way.

Data communication 

Your personal data may be communicated, within the limits and for the purposes expressed in this notice, to public administrations in accordance with the law, as well as to third party suppliers of goods and/or services, in the normal course and/or development of business. The subjects to whom the data will be communicated may eventually operate as Data Processors appointed by Next Exhibition srl. Under no circumstances will your personal data be disclosed.

Rights of the interested party 

The art. 7 of the Privacy Code recognizes some specific rights, including the right (i) to obtain from the Owner confirmation of the existence or not of your personal data and their provision in an intelligible form, (ii) to know the origin of the data, as well as the logic and purposes on which the processing is based, (iii) to obtain the cancellation, transformation into anonymous form or blocking of data processed unlawfully, as well as updating, rectification or, if you are interested, integration of data, (iv) to oppose, for legitimate reasons, the processing itself.

Data controller 

The data controller (ex art. 28 of the Privacy Code) is Next Exhibition srl Unipersonale, with registered office in Torino – Via Galliano,15. For any information and/or requests relating to the processing of your data, or to exercise your rights under Art. 7 of the Privacy Code, you can contact the administration at +39 011 192 147 30 or by writing to

Newsletter profile management 

If you no longer wish to receive promotional Newsletters for events organized by Next Exhibition srl, you can cancel your account at any time or you can check and modify your personal data. We remind you that your email address will in no way be given to third parties but will be used exclusively to receive communications on Next Exhibition srl events.


1.1 Definition

Cookies are small text files that sites visited by users send to their terminals, where they are stored and then transmitted to the same sites on subsequent visits. Cookies are used for different purposes, have different peculiarities and can be used both by the owner of the site the user is visiting and by third parties. The main categories into which cookies can be divided are the following:

(a) session or permanent cookies: cookies can expire at the end of a browser session or be stored for a longer period of time. Session cookies are those that allow websites to link a user’s actions during a browser session. Session cookies expire when the browser session ends. Persistent cookies are stored on a User’s device between browser sessions, for varying periods of time, and allow the User’s preferences or actions with respect to a website to be stored.

b) technical or profiling cookies: technical cookies are those used by the owner of a site for the sole purpose of carrying out the transmission of a communication over an electronic communications network, or to the extent strictly necessary for the provider of an information society service explicitly requested by the subscriber or user to provide such service. The installation of such cookies does not require the prior consent of users when used directly by the site manager. Profiling cookies are designed to create profiles of users and are used to send advertising messages in line with the preferences expressed by the same as part of web browsing. Because of the particular invasiveness that these cookies can have in the private sphere of users, European and Italian legislation provides that the user must be adequately informed about the use of the same, through a short information (banner) and an extensive one on the site, and must express their express consent to it the first time you visit the site. This consent can be expressed in a general way, interacting with the short information banner on the landing page of the site, in the manner indicated in that banner, or it can be provided or denied selectively, in the manner indicated below. Of this consent, a trace is kept on the occasion of subsequent visits. However, the user always has the possibility to revoke all or part of the consent already expressed.

c) first party or third party cookies: a cookie is either a “first party cookie” or a “third party cookie” depending on the website or domain from which it comes. First party cookies are, in essence, cookies set and managed by the website owner. For these cookies, the obligation of information, acquisition of any prior consent and/or the possible blocking of cookies is the responsibility of the site owner. Third party cookies are cookies set by a domain other than the one visited by the user. For these cookies, the obligation to provide information and an indication of the procedures for any consent and / or blocking of cookies is the responsibility of the third party, while the owner of the site is only obliged to include on the site the link to the site of the third party where these elements are available.


Below, the owner of the site (hereinafter, for brevity, “Site”) Next Exhibition srl, with registered office in Torino – Via Galliano,15 e-mail address* (hereinafter, for brevity, “Owner”), provides the user with all the information on cookies installed on the Site and the necessary information on how to manage their preferences regarding them.

An email address dedicated to privacy must be created

2.1 First party cookies

The first-party cookies used by the Owner on the Site are of a technical nature and can be divided into the following subcategories:

(a) navigation cookies, by means of which navigation preferences can be saved and the User’s browsing experience can be optimized;

b) functionality cookies, used to activate specific features of the Site and necessary to provide the service or improve it.

More specifically, the Site uses numeric cookies, consisting of an id that identifies the user and a key that certifies that the user belongs to our database. Without these cookies, the Site may not function properly.

These cookies, as specified in the previous paragraph, being of a technical nature, do not require the prior consent of the user to be installed and used, as it is sufficient to provide this information.

2.2 Third party cookies

Through this Site, cookies managed by third parties (third party cookies) are also used.

In order to ensure greater transparency and convenience, the web addresses of the various disclosures and methods for managing cookies are listed below, specifying that the Data Controller has no responsibility for the operation on this Site of third party cookies.

Google information: on the use of data at the link and complete information at the link

Google (configuration): the guide on the general out-out for Google services (Maps, YouTube…) is available at the web address

Facebook information: and

Facebook (configuration): access your account. Privacy section. Or follow the various guides on the web for example

Instagram info:

Fare Harbor informative:


Check the use of these applications and consequently delete or add other systems

2.2.1 Analytical cookies

The Site uses the Google Analytics service but is expected to intervene to make IPs anonymous with the tools offered by Google. See Google’s Cookie Policy for Google Analytics at the following link and learn more about the method by which Google – third party – uses the data of its users at the link

As clarified by the General Provision of the Privacy Guarantor on cookies of May 8, 2014 analytics cookies are assimilated to technical cookies where used directly by the operator of the site to collect information, in aggregate form, on the number of users and how they visit the site itself: these are exactly the functionality and purpose of treatment on this Site.

You can still opt-out by visiting the website performing the opt-out, it is also possible to deny consent and block third party cookies through plugins for browsers, searching on Google “block and delete third party cookies” there are many guides that differ depending on the operating system and browser used.


We recall the provisions of the General Measure of the Privacy Guarantor on cookies of May 8, 2014: “There are many reasons why it is not possible to place the publisher in charge of the obligation to provide information and obtain consent to the installation of cookies on their site even for those installed by “third parties”.

First of all, the publisher should always have the instruments and the economic-legal capacity to take charge of the third parties’ obligations and should therefore also be able to verify from time to time the correspondence between what the third parties declare and the purposes they actually pursue with the use of cookies.

This is made very difficult by the fact that the publisher often does not directly know all the third parties who install cookies through their site and, therefore, not even the logic behind their treatments. Moreover, it is not infrequent that third parties are placed between the publisher and the third parties who act as licensees, thus making it very difficult for the publisher to control the activities of all the parties involved. Third-party cookies could, then, be modified over time by third-party providers and it would be impractical to ask publishers to keep track of these subsequent changes.”

As indicated by the Privacy Guarantor, this Site does not have the ability to control third-party cookies should it use third-party services (YouTube, Google Maps, “social buttons”) for which the third parties are exclusively responsible. In addition, we recall the possibility for the user to cancel and block the operation of cookies at any time using also plugins for the browser and changing the settings as indicated in the various manuals contained in the browser.


It is not compulsory to acquire consent to the operation of only technical cookies or third-party or analytical assimilated to technical cookies. Their deactivation and/or denial of their operation will make it impossible to navigate correctly on the Site and/or make it impossible to use the services, pages, functions or content available therein.


In addition to what has been indicated in the previous paragraphs regarding the possibility of disabling cookies by accessing the link where the relative privacy policy of third parties is present, the user can manage the preferences relating to cookies directly in his or her browser and prevent – for example – third parties from installing them. You can also use your browser preferences to delete any cookies you have installed in the past, including any cookies that may have stored your consent for this Site to install cookies. It is important to note that by disabling all cookies, the operation of this Site may be impaired. You can find information on how to manage and/or block cookies in your browser at the following addresses:

Google Chrome:;

Mozilla Firefox:;

Apple Safari:;

Microsoft Windows Explorer:

Attention: It is necessary to add a warning banner on the home screen with reference to Cookies of the following content: first-party cookies used by this site are of a technical nature and are strictly necessary for an optimal user experience. Without them, the portal would not function properly. The site also allows the transit of third-party cookies, especially those related to Google, Facebook, Instagram and Fare Harbor services. By clicking OK and continuing to browse, the user will give consent to the use of cookies, while choosing Reject, third-party cookies will be blocked. Please note that by denying consent to third-party cookies, you may experience navigation problems, particularly during the booking process managed by Fare Harbor. More detailed information about first- and third-party cookies can be found in the full policy. We remind you that you can revoke your consent at any time by using the link provided in the “Cookie Policy” and you can choose between the following alternatives: “ok” “refuse” read the “Cookie policy”.


TRANSPARENCY INFORMATION – information pursuant to art. 1, paragraph 125, of Law no. 124 of August 4, 2017

In relation to the provisions of art. 1, paragraph 125-bis, of Law 124/2017, regarding the obligation to provide evidence of any sums of money received during the financial year by way of grants, subsidies, benefits, contributions or aid, in cash or in kind, not of a general nature and without consideration, remuneration or compensation of any kind, from public administrations and the entities referred to in paragraph 125-bis of the same article, the Company certifies that the following contributions were received:
-EUR 25,000.00 – Liquidity Decree, art. 13, paragraph 1, letter m – 100% MCC guarantee.
-euro 27,240.00 – Decree Ristori and Decree Ristori bis art. 1 of Decree Law of October 28, 2020 n. 137 and art. 2 of Decree Law of November 9, 2020 n. 149
-5,000.00 euros – Covid – Finpiemonte liquidity contributions
-euro 649,287.86 – Ministry of Cultural Heritage – Emergency Fund for Cultural Enterprises and Institutions allocated to the exhibitions sector.

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