Terms and Conditions

1. General Information

When accessing the Website, the user should be aware of the following provisions applicable to each document, piece of information, data and the requirements contained therein, owned and maintained by WHYSTAR DELTA PT, Lda.

For the purposes of this document, “Website and Platform” shall refer to the “BRIDGEWHAT” website and platform.

WHYSTAR DELTA PT, Lda. is a private limited liability company incorporated and operating under Portuguese law, with head office at Av. Duque D’Ávila 141, 1.º Direito, 1050-081 Lisboa, civil parish of Avenidas Novas, municipality of Lisbon, Portugal, with a share capital of EUR 100 000 (one hundred thousand euros) and registered at the Lisbon commercial registry office under the unique registration and legal person number 516.059.316 (hereinafter “BRIDGEWHAT”).

BRIDGEWHAT’s main activity consists of the following: Rendering professional consulting activities and services covering information technology and systems, management, information, organization and commercial strategies as well as business consultancy to other companies, in order to support and promote their commercial growth. Design, development, execution, sale and assistance of computer programs, electronic platforms or other systems for the sales sector. Database processing, development and management activities, supporting other companies to adapt the equipment and platforms that are developed and sold. Preparation of opinions, studies, tools, processes and systems to achieve the purposes described.

The “BRIDGEWHAT” website is a website that provides information about BRIDGEWHAT’s activity, and can be accessed at www.bridgewhat.com.

Through the Website, conditioned to the use of valid credentials (login) and subject to the present General Terms of Use (the “General Terms of Use”), the User may access the “BRIDGEWHAT” Platform, a B2B platform that promotes reputation, sales and marketing content, business opportunities and strategic consultancy, following the 4Cs Growth Journey – Credentials, Content, Connections, Counselling.

A “User” is any individual or institution that in general and through the Website visits the content provided therein or, upon registration, makes use of its Functionalities and the Platform itself.

The Website allows the user to access a set of information online, which will include information related to the BRIDGEWHAT Platform and may include information related to Services provided by BRIDGEWHAT. The Website and Platform contain text, photographs, graphics, logos, images, works subject to copyright and other types of information (the “Content“), and may provide access to specific private software used in connection with navigation and use of functionality made available on the Website and Platform.

2. Access and Acceptance

Access to and the use of Website and Platform functionalities are subject to the present General Terms of Use, as well as to any applicable national and EU laws and regulations.

BRIDGEWHAT recommends that the user carefully read these Conditions of Use. If you do not accept and do not undertake to comply with each of these terms and conditions, you will not be authorized to access or otherwise use the Website and Platform, its Content, its Services or the software included therein.
By accessing and using the Website and Platform, Users implicitly accept and commit to respect each and every one of the terms and conditions set out below. If you are using the Website and Platform on behalf of another person or on behalf of an institution, you confirm that the person you are representing also agrees to the terms and conditions and undertakes to comply with them.
These General Terms of Use may be changed, modified, expanded or updated by BRIDGEWHAT at any time and without prior notice. Any new Services, Content and software that are presented and/or made available on the Website and Platform will also be subject to these General Terms of Use, with effect from the date of their use.

We recommend that the User check the Website periodically in order to keep up to date with any changes and updates.

The Website and Platform are not intended for use by minors under the age of 18 (eighteen) so personal data resulting from the interaction of minors with the Website is not collected by design. BRIDGEWHAT is not responsible for interaction with or access to the Website Content and Platform by minors.

Access to some of the Website and Platform content may be conditioned to prior registration by the User, as well as the corresponding authentication, through an identification and password. BRIDGEWHAT will make its best efforts to keep the Website accessible.

Nonetheless, BRIDGEWHAT reserves the right to suspend access to the Website or to certain areas or functionalities available therein, temporarily and without prior notice, namely for maintenance reasons. BRIDGEWHAT shall not be liable for losses arising from possible situations of impossibility, delay, suspension or interruption in access to the Website due to technical failures or for other reasons. BRIDGEWHAT does not guarantee that access to the Website will not be interrupted or disrupted as the result of technical problems.

BRIDGEWHAT reserves the right to complete, modify or delete the Content and Functionality of the Website and Platform.

3. Correct Use of the Website and Platform

The user undertakes to make appropriate and lawful use of the Website and Platform as well as the contents and services provided therein for lawful purposes or effects, pursuant to the applicable law in force. The user should refrain from:

a) Making any unauthorised or fraudulent use of the Website and Platform and/or the Content for unlawful purposes or effects, that harm the rights and interests of third parties, or in any way which can damage, render useless, overburden, deteriorate or impede the normal use of the services or of the documents, archives and all types of content stored on any computer equipment.

b) Accessing or attempting to access restricted resources or areas of the Website and Platform, without complying with the conditions required for such access.

c) Introducing or disseminating programs, viruses, macros, applets, ActiveX controls or any other device on the network that causes or is likely to cause any type of change to the computer systems of the Website and Platform or of third parties.

d) Damaging the physical and logical systems of BRIDGEWHAT, its associates or third parties, introducing or spreading computer viruses or any other physical or logical systems that are likely to cause the damage mentioned above.

e) Copying, reproducing, recompiling, disassembling, reverse engineering, distributing, publishing, displaying, executing, modifying, importing, performing derivative works, transmitting or exploiting parts of the Website and Platform, except (i) to import content from the Website and/or make a copy for your personal non-profit use and (ii) to share Blog Posts on social media, provided that the User acknowledges all copyright inherent in the Posts and/or the Website and Platform and the corresponding Content.

f) Reproducing or copying, distributing, allowing access through any means of public communication, transforming or modifying the contents, except in cases where authorisation has been granted by the holder of the rights or it is legally permitted.
g) Deleting, hiding or manipulating the notes on intellectual or industrial property rights and other data incorporated in the contents which identify BRIDGEWHAT’s rights or the rights of third parties, as well as the technical protection devices or any information mechanisms that may be inserted in the contents.

h) Obtaining and trying to obtain the contents, Services or Articles offered on the Website and Platform through the use of means or procedures different from those that in each case have been made available to you or that have been expressly indicated on the Website or, in general, of those that are commonly used on the Internet because they do not represent a risk of damage or destruction to the webpage and/or its contents.

The user guarantees that the activities they carry out in the use of or access to the Website and Platform in no case threaten the good name and commercial image of BRIDGEWHAT or of persons or entities associated with it, other users of the Website and Platform or third parties.

BRIDGEWHAT reserves the right to remove all comments and content that disturb public order or security or that, in its opinion, are not suitable for publication. In any case, BRIDGEWHAT will not be held accountable for the comments and opinions of users, as well as for contents illegally submitted by third parties on the Website and Platform.

In the event that the User does not comply with any of the stipulations of these General Terms of Use, BRIDGEWHAT reserves the right to momentarily or definitively interrupt the User’s access to the Website and Platform, or even to terminate the provided service.

4. Responsibility for Misuse

Should the User misuse and/or illegally use the Website and Platform, in particular in direct or indirect violation of these General Terms of Use, the User shall be liable before BRIDGEWHAT for any damage or injury and hold BRIDGEWHAT harmless. In case of non-compliance with these General Terms of Use,, BRIDGEWHAT reserves the right to unilaterally cancel, at its exclusive discretion and without the need for prior notice, access to, use of, and/or the registration of any User on Website and Platform, without this entitling the User in question to an indemnity, in any case whatsoever.

The User undertakes to inform BRIDGEWHAT, without delay, whenever they witness unauthorised use of the Website and Platform or become aware that any right held by BRIDGEWHAT or a third party has been violated, or whenever use contrary to these General Terms of Use takes place.

5. User Blogs and Publications

Through the Website, the User can consult the materials and information published on the Blog, even if not registered. Each publication made available on the Blog (“Publication”) will be duly identified with the respective author(s).

The authors of the Publications on the Website Blog are responsible for the respective Contents and for ensuring that the image, intellectual and industrial property rights that may exist over them are not unlawfully affected by the Publication.

The authors of the Publications are also responsible for guaranteeing their veracity and accuracy.

By making a Publication on the Blog the User authorises its content to be shared with third parties, not only through the Blog but through other BRIDGEWHAT communication and promotion media, provided reference to the authorship of the Publication is guaranteed, and expressly accepts this advertising and promotion.

The right to publish on the Blog and to comment on any Publication will be subject to prior registration by the User, as well as the corresponding authentication, through an identification and password. In addition to Publications by registered Users, the Blog may display Publications by BRIDGEWHAT, its founders and/or employees, Publications of entities that participate in the Platform or in some type of partnership with BRIDGEWHAT, even if sporadic and not formalized, or other entities that make public content available.

The User must ensure that they act in a civil manner and with respect for legal, moral and good customs principles, abstaining from any action that can be construed as offensive, misleading or fraudulent.

The User acknowledges that BRIDGEWHAT reserves the right to delete the Publications or comments that do not comply with these rules on publication or any of the terms of these General Terms of Use.

The User acknowledges and accepts that BRIDGEWHAT may carry out prior or subsequent control of any Publications or comments, and reject or delete the corresponding publication at its own discretion, without the need for justification or previous communication to the User, without prejudice to any clarifications that may be provided to the User in this regard. However, BRIDGEWHAT will not be responsible for validating any information, its validity or veracity, or the legitimacy with which the corresponding author makes the publication. Any investigative diligence that BRIDGEWHAT chooses to carry out in order to control the quality of the contents promoted through the Website and Platform, even if not forced to do so, shall deserve full cooperation by the User.

The foregoing regarding the Blog will be extended, with the necessary adaptations, to any content that is likely to be submitted or published by a User on the Website and Platform and to other materials published on the Website.

6. Newsletter

BRIDGEWHAT provides a Newsletter to Users who are registered on the Platform and to those who upon registration for this purpose, provide the required data and consent to its processing, at their request.

Unless otherwise expressly indicated by BRIDGEWHAT, access to the Newsletter is not subject to any type of payment.

BRIDGEWHAT will endeavour to prepare newsletters on a regular basis. However, and except for contractual stipulation to the contrary, BRIDGEWHAT does not assume any commitment to prepare and send Newsletters regularly.

7. Services Associated with the Platform

The User acknowledges and accepts that the services associated with the Platform are subject to their own contractual framework, which must be accepted prior to first access or access following a change to the corresponding contractual terms, even if by unilateral decision of BRIDGEWHAT.

The requisite criteria for access to the services associated with the Platform are, at any given time, determined by BRIDGEWHAT, including the price of subscription to the service.

Access to the Platform and the services associated with it will be subject to express and full acceptance of its rules, in addition to the provisions of these General Terms of Use.

8. Intellectual and Industrial Property and Domain Name

BRIDGEWHAT owns all Intellectual and Industrial Property rights to all materials and elements that appear on the Website and Platform and/or is duly authorised by the respective holders to publish and promote them.

BRIDGEWHAT is the holder of the domain www.bridgewhat.com, www.bridgewhat.co, www.bridgewit.com Any misuse without authorisation constitutes an infringement of the rights conferred by the registration of these domains.

The navigation or purchase of a Service does not give the User any right to change, exploit, reproduce, distribute or publicly communicate the intellectual or industrial property of BRIDGEWHAT Services, nor the Content of the Website and Platform.

Specifically, the following are not allowed: deep-links, using, copying, monitoring (for example, spiders, scraping), showing, downloading, saving or reproducing the content, information, software, products or services available on the Website and Platform for any commercial activity, without prior written authorisation from BRIDGEWHAT.

Nonetheless, the User may (i) view the Content of the Website and even print, copy and store these elements on their PC hard drive or on any other physical support as long as solely and exclusively for their own personal use, as well as (ii) share published content, including Blog Publications, provided that all copyright, intellectual property and other associated rights are respected (in which case, unless expressly indicated otherwise, deep-links should also be considered authorised). Viewing, printing, copying, storing and sharing information made available through the Platform is subject to the rules established for the Service that the user has contracted from BRIDGEWHAT.

The materials and information shared or published on the Website and Platform must respect the image and intellectual and industrial property rights that may exist over them.

9. Exclusion of Warranties and Liabilities

The User is entirely responsible for access to and use of the Website and Platform. The User acknowledges that they use the Website and Platform on its own account and responsibility and acknowledges that the service and any element in it, including the content, the services and other elements are provided “as is”, and that BRIDGEWHAT does not explicitly or implicitly guarantee, that the elements are suitable for a particular purpose or use.

BRIDGEWHAT does not guarantee nor is it responsible for damage, damages, losses, claims or costs of any nature due to the following circumstances:

– Compatibility of the Website and Platform with the hardware or software used by User.

– Interference, interruptions, failures, omissions, telephone malfunctions, delays, blockages or disconnections in the operability of the electronic system, caused by deficiencies, overloads and errors in telecommunication lines and networks, or due to any other cause beyond the control of BRIDGEWHAT.

– Illegitimate intrusions through the use of malign programs of any kind and through any means of communication, such as computer viruses or any other means.

– Improper or inappropriate use of the Website and Platform.

– Security or navigation failures produced by poor operation or by the use of outdated versions of the browser.

– Damage suffered by User equipment, which is the property of the User or a third party.

– BRIDGEWHAT does not guarantee that the service is compatible with your hardware or software, nor that the service is free of errors, viruses, worms or trojans, and is not responsible for damage caused by them.

Any damages for damage or losses incurred by the User and attributed to BRIDGEWHAT, resulting from a failure directly attributable to it, will correspond to direct losses, with the express exclusion of indirect damages, emerging damages or lost profits, and up to a maximum amount equal to the value of the Services requested and paid.

Users may request a variety of Services through the BRIDGEWHAT Platform. The Services may be provided by duly identified third parties.

Users are entirely responsible for their choices of Services. BRIDGEWHAT is not responsible or liable for any loss or damage that you may suffer or incur as a result of any Service you acquire while using the BRIDGEWHAT Platform or for any acts, omissions, errors or negligence of third parties related to such Service.

The data and descriptions of the Services made available on the BRIDGEWHAT Platform may not represent the entire description of all options and terms and conditions of these Services. BRIDGEWHAT requests that Users ensure that they carefully check all options and terms and conditions of any Service before requesting it.

If BRIDGEWHAT Platform Users request and purchase any Service, they may contact a Seller or third party who is providing that Service to them on their own terms and conditions. The User It entirely responsible for confirming that they agree to these terms and conditions before entering into a contract to purchase this Service. BRIDGEWHAT is not responsible or liable for any loss or damages that Users may suffer or incur as a result of the terms and conditions applied to any contract initiated by them with any Seller or third party in regard to any Service or for any acts, omissions, errors or negligence of any third party in reference to those terms and conditions.

10. Civil Liability

Unless resulting from the contract in force between BRIDGEWHAT and the User or a third party, BRIDGEWHAT, its administrators, directors and employees, partners, branches, subsidiaries, successors and assignees, as well as their agents will not be directly or indirectly liable in any way to the user or any other person for: (i) Website and Platform errors and omissions; (ii) delays, errors or interruptions in transmission or delivery of content or services through the Website and Platform; (iii) losses or damage, or for any other reason of non-compliance.

11. Civil Liability Limits

Unless resulting from the contract in force between BRIDGEWHAT and the User or a third party, BRIDGEWHAT shall not have civil liability before the User for direct or indirect damage, for any reason including negligence, even if an authorised representative of BRIDGEWHAT was specifically aware of the possibility of producing such damage, occasioned by the use of or inability to use content or services through the Website and Platform, or any link or element on the Website and Platform, or provision of these General Terms of Use, such as the loss of benefits, anticipated earnings or the loss of clients. On no occasion, BRIDGEWHAT may be accountable before the user for damage, losses and rights (included in contract or that assume civil unlawful acts, including negligence). BRIDGEWHAT’s responsibility cannot exceed the amount paid for subscription to the Platform or other services provided by BRIDGEWHAT through the Website and Platform, if the corresponding payment has taken place.

BRIDGEWHAT excludes any responsibility for damages of any nature that may be due to the transmission, dissemination, storage, availability, receipt, obtainment or access to the services and, in particular, although not exclusively, for damage and damages that may be due to: (a) non-compliance with the law, generally accepted morals and good customs or public order as a consequence of obtaining, using or accessing content or services through the Website and Platform; (b) infringement of intellectual and industrial property rights, industrial secrets, contractual obligations of any class, rights to honour, personal and family intimacy and the image of persons, and property rights belonging to a third party as a consequence of improper use of content or services through the Website and Platform; (c) the performance of acts of unfair competition and illegal advertising as a result of the use of content or services through the Website and Platform; (d) inadequacy, for any purpose, and defrauding expectations generated by the content or services through the Website and Platform; (e) non-performance, delay in performance, defective performance or termination of contracted obligations by a third party, for any reason, and of contracts entered into with third parties, through, or in lieu of access to the contents or services through the Website and Platform.
BRIDGEWHAT is not responsible for communications that take place between Users, nor for the agreements made between them as a result of the offers that appear on the Website and Platform.

BRIDGEWHAT will comply with all due diligence that may be required in case it becomes aware of possible scams or crimes being committed through the Website and Platform. In this regard, BRIDGEWHAT will

12. Indemnity

The User undertakes to indemnify, exempt and exonerate BRIDGEWHAT and the members of its corporate bodies, legal representatives, employees and collaborators, agents, licensors, service providers, customers and organizers from responsibility regarding any losses, liabilities, expenses, direct and indirect damages and costs – including reasonable legal fees and costs – arising from or resulting from use of the Website and Platform by the User, or from any breach of these General Terms of Use by the User.

If the User performs a technical modification to the Website and Platform or to the systems that transmit the Website and Platform, either to themselves or other users, the User undertakes to assume responsibility for any losses, liabilities, expenses, direct and indirect damages, costs – including reasonable legal fees and costs – arising or resulting from such a modification. BRIDGEWHAT reserves the right to assume, on its own account, the exclusive defence and control in any matter that could otherwise be subject to indemnity by the User and, in this case, in this case, they undertakes to cooperate with BRIDGEWHAT in this defence.

13. Privacy Policy

The personal data provided by the holder through interaction with the Website and Platform or in the use of its Functionalities will be processed and stored by BRIDGEWHAT through computerized means, under the scope of pre-contractual or contractual relations, including any situation arising from or related to the contractual or pre-contractual relations, regardless of its nature.
BRIDGEWHAT recommends that you read the Privacy Policy attentively as it provides important information on how BRIDGEWHAT treats provided personal data, the security standards used for data protection, and explains the rights of Data Subjects, and which the User may consult via the link Privacy Policy

14. Cookies Policy

BRIDGEWHAT recommends that you carefully read the Cookies Policy, which provides important information on how cookies are used on the Website and Platform, and which the user can consult through the link Cookies Policy

15. Communications and Complaints

Any communication that the User wishes to make to BRIDGEWHAT, namely complaints, must be made by sending a written notice to Av. Duque D’Ávila 141, 1.º Direito, 1050-081 Lisbon, civil parish of Avenidas Novas, municipality of Lisbon, or by sending an e-mail to the following address client@bridgewhat.com.

16. Applicable legislation

These conditions of use are governed by Portuguese law. If any provision is at any stage deemed unlawful or inapplicable by a competent court, this shall not affect the validity and applicability of the remaining provisions.

17. Dispute Resolution

If you have a complaint or a claim regarding the Conditions of Use of the Website, you must send written communication to Av. Duque D’Ávila 141, 1.º Direito, 1050-081 Lisbon, civil parish of Avenidas Novas, municipality of Lisbon, or send an email to the following address client@bridgewhat.com. BRIDGEWHAT will reply to you as soon as possible by proposing a solution to address the issue in question.

Any dispute or complaint arising from or related to these General Terms of Use or the use of the Website and Platform must be submitted to the competent courts.

The User may also resort to the competent dispute resolution entity.

Without prejudice to the provisions of the law, the articles of association and regulations to which dispute resolution entities are bound, the User may resort to the European online dispute resolution line available at https://webgate.ec.europa.eu/odr, the dispute resolution entity in their country of residence, or the alternative dispute resolution entity with specialised competence.

18. Entry In Force

These General Terms of Use entered into force on 5 December 2020