General Conditions of Use of the “eJourneys” site





BeTomorrow is a limited liability company with capital of 300,000 euros, identified under number 440 845 667 R.C.S. Bordeaux, whose head office is located at 44 rue Barreyre in Bordeaux (33300) (hereinafter, “BeTomorrow »).


BeTomorrow is a creation, design and development agency founded in 2002. BeTomorrow has developed a digital offer, called eJourneys, intended for any adult natural person or any legal entity, the aim of which is to offer a new experience of the landscape through interactive guided walks. EJourneys provides organizations responsible for promoting and enhancing the territory with a solution aimed at creating real learning communities.


It is specified that the provisions of the Consumer Code included in the context of these conditions will not apply to legal entities, public or private, acting or not for professional purposes, as well as to all natural persons acting for professional purposes. entering into the context of their commercial, industrial, artisanal, liberal or agricultural activity, including when they act in the name or on behalf of another professional, in accordance with the introductory article of the Consumer Code.

These website conditions govern the relationship between BeTomorrow and any Internet user or User browsing the Site or the Platform.

ARTICLE 1. Definition

The following terms, reproduced in the General Conditions of Use with a capital letter, will have the meaning given to them below, whether they are used in the singular or plural:


« BETOMORROW » : designates the company BeTomorrow.


« CGU »: designates these General Conditions of Use.


« SITE » : designates the website published by BeTomorrow accessible at the address


" EJOURNEYS " : designates the digital offer offered by BeTomorrow.


«CLIENT » : designates the physical or legal organization which subscribes to the contract offered by BeTomorrow.

ARTICLE 2. Purpose

2.1. The purpose of the T&Cs is to define the terms and conditions under which BeTomorrow makes available to Users the services offered when browsing the site.


2.2. These T&Cs apply in their entirety and constitute the essential and determining conditions of any navigation on the site by the User.

ARTICLE 3. Acceptance of the T&Cs

3.1. The T&Cs are available at any time on the site. It is thus possible, at any time, for any User to consult the T&Cs.


3.2. Browsing the site implies acceptance of the T&Cs by the User. They must be read carefully by the latter before browsing the site.


3.3. BeTomorrow reserves the right to modify and update the T&Cs at any time by updating this publication. Therefore, all Users must consult the T&Cs on a regular basis in order to keep up to date with these updates.

3.4. BeTomorrow's privacy policy, available at the following address, is an integral part of these T&Cs.

ARTICLE 4. Use of the site

4.1. Service accessible on the site

 From the site, BeTomorrow provides Users with a service allowing them to contact the BeTomorrow team via a contact form.


4.5. Changes to Services

BeTomorrow may need to change the services offered on the site.

ARTICLE 5. Intellectual property

5.1. Each User has a private and non-exclusive right to use the site and undertakes not to use the site for commercial or illicit purposes.


5.2. The site, brands, names, logos and any other distinctive sign are the exclusive property of BeTomorrow and, where applicable, of its partners duly authorized to use the content.


5.3. Subject to the provisions of article L. 342-3 of the Intellectual Property Code, BeTomorrow prohibits the extraction, reuse, marketing, distribution, modification, adaptation, translation, as well as the reproduction of all or part of the elements of the site without its prior and express written authorization. Failure to comply with this prohibition may constitute acts of counterfeiting which may result in civil and criminal liability for the author.

ARTICLE 6. Security


The existence of a hyperlink on the site to another site does not imply validation of this site or its content by BeTomorrow. BeTomorrow is not responsible for the content of the web pages relating to these links.

ARTICLE 7. Confidentiality

The Parties undertake not to use and to preserve the confidentiality of the information that they may receive regarding the other Party, of all documents and information exchanged between them under the contract, except for the strict needs of the execution of the contract. This obligation will survive the end of the contract for any reason whatsoever for a period of two (2) years. This obligation of confidentiality and non-use will no longer apply in the event that the information and/or documents fall or have fallen into the public domain through no fault of the Party which received them, or in the event that a Party is required to respond to a court order or a request for disclosure emanating from a public authority authorized by law, subject to informing the other Party so that the latter can present its arguments with a view to s object to such disclosure.

ARTICLE 8. Personal data

8.1. The eJourneys site provides a contact service via a form. If the User chooses to benefit from this service and send a contact form, the User agrees to provide BeTomorrow with complete and accurate information, in accordance with the fields required in the contact form.


8.2. In accordance with the regulations applicable to personal data, in particular the Data Protection Act of January 6, 1978 as amended and European Regulation 2016/679 of April 27, 2016, Users have the right to withdraw their consent. at any time, to define the guidelines relating to the management of their personal data after their death and a right of access, modification, deletion and opposition, limitation of processing and the portability of the data which concern.


8.3. The terms of processing of personal data linked to the site are detailed in the confidentiality policy accessible by clicking on the following link:

ARTICLE 9. Applicable law and attribution of jurisdiction

9.1. These T&Cs and the operations resulting from them are governed by French law.


9.2. Any dispute relating to the interpretation and/or execution of these T&Cs falls under French jurisdiction.


9.3. Complaints should be sent to the following address


9.4. The User is informed that he can in any case resort to mediation, in particular with the Consumer Mediation Commission in accordance with articles L 612-1 of the Consumer Code.