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SAS Grand M Group
Share capital: €187,460,845
RCS Montpellier 492 995 451
125 rue Gilles Martinet – 34070 Montpellier
Tel.: +33 (0) 4 67 16 34 34
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Who are we?
The company Grand M Group (hereinafter referred to as “Grand M Group”), listed in the Montpellier trade and corporate register under the number 492 995 45 and with registered office at 125, rue Gilles Martinet – 34070 MONTPELLIER, is responsible for the processing of personal data for the purposes described below.
Data Protection Officer
GRAND M GROUP has appointed a Data Protection Officer (DPO) who can be contacted:
  • at
  • at the following postal address:  GRAND M GROUP – À l’attention du DPO – 125 rue Gilles Martinet – 34070 Montpellier.
Purposes and legal bases:
The table below summarises the purposes of personal data for which GRAND M GROUP processes your personal data:
Purposes of processing
Legal bases
Commercial prospection
Our legitimate interest or your consent if required by law
Preparation of statistics
Our legitimate interest
Management of questions and contact requests
Our legitimate interest
Interest centres
Our legitimate interest or your consent if required by law
Execution of pre-contractual obligations and our legitimate interest
Handling of suppliers
Execution of contractual obligations and our legitimate interest
Evaluation of suppliers
Compliance with regulatory obligations (Sapin 2)
Handling of disputes
Our legitimate interest and binding contractual relations
Management of customer feedback and satisfaction surveys
Our legitimate interest
Categories of data collected and sources:
GRAND M GROUP processes the following categories of personal data: identification data (names, first names, dates of birth, etc.), contact data (email addresses, postal addresses, telephone numbers, etc.), employment data (name of the company, role in the company, etc.) as well as data on the qualifications and experience of applicants.


The information collected by GRAND M GROUP and which is essential to fulfil the aforementioned purposes is identified by an asterisk on the data collection forms. If you do not complete these required fields, GRAND M GROUP may not be able to provide the service in question.
Your data are collected directly by GRAND M GROUP or may have been sent to us by our commercial partners (in particular, companies in which GRAND M GROUP directly or indirectly holds majority stakes).
Data recipients:
These data are mainly accessible by the Communication Department and the Information Systems Department of GRAND M GROUP.
If certain Third Parties are located in countries whose regulations do not necessarily offer the same level of protection as that of the Member States of the European Union, GRAND M GROUP will ensure that such transfers are made in accordance with the provisions imposed by the regulations (such as the implementation of the contractual clauses adopted by the European Commission or compliance with PRIVACY SHIELD in the United States). You can contact our DPO for more information in this regard and for a copy of the relevant documents.
Data retention period:
The personal data collected are kept by GRAND M GROUP in accordance with the regulations on data protection and the statute of limitations. For example:
  • The data relating to commercial prospection are kept for three years from the last contact;
  • The data relating to the management of contracts are kept for the duration of the contract and the limitation period (the limitation period is generally 5 years).
  • Recruitment management data are kept for a period of 24 months.
Your rights:
You have rights according to the applicable regulations:
  • You have the right to request access to and rectification of your personal data.
  • You have the right to request the limitation of the processing of your personal data, (i) if you dispute the accuracy of your data for the duration allowing us to verify the accuracy of the data, (ii) if you believe that we are processing your data unlawfully and that you require a limitation of use rather than erasure, (iii) if we no longer need your data for the purposes mentioned above but the data are still necessary for establishing, exercising or defending your rights in court, (iv) for exercising your right to object during the verification period and demand whether the legitimate grounds we are pursuing prevail over your own.
  • You have the right to request the deletion of your personal data. In the event of a request for the deletion of your data, GRAND M GROUP may nevertheless keep the data temporarily for the time necessary to fulfil its legal, accounting and tax obligations.
  • You have the right to ask to exercise your right to oppose the processing for reasons related to your particular situation.
  • You also have the right to oppose commercial prospection, without having to provide any reason.
  • You have the right not to be the subject of a decision based exclusively on automated processing and producing legal effects concerning you or affecting you to a significant extent.
  • You have the right to exercise your right to data portability, which gives you the right to obtain a copy of your data or to transfer your data to a third party in a structured, commonly used, machine readable format.
  • You have the right to withdraw your consent to the processing of your data at any time when processing requires your consent.
  • You also have the right to formulate guidelines regarding the storage, deletion and communication of your personal data post-mortem.
These rights may be exercised at any time by sending an e-mail to the address or a letter to:  GRAND M GROUP – À l’attention du DPO – 125 rue Gilles Martinet – 34070 Montpellier.
You can also – if you wish – submit a complaint to the French National Commission for Data Protection (CNIL). Additional information is available on its website
For job applicants
In the context of your application for a job, we inform you that the company GRAND M GROUP is the data controller and will protect your personal data.
The personal data submitted as part of your application is necessary for the processing of the application and will be used for the sole purpose of assessing your suitability for the role. The data may be related to your identity and to your professional and non-professional activities linked to the job concerned or the assessment of your professional skills. This processing of personal data meets the legitimate interests of GRAND M GROUP and is necessary for the performance of a contract. You are informed of the mandatory or optional nature of the data required for your application file. You can choose not to disclose the optional data. However, if you do not provide all the mandatory information, GRAND M GROUP will not be able to process your application.
Your personal data will be submitted directly by you or by one of our employees (in case of co-option) or partners (recruitment company).
The personal data you provide will be processed directly by the Human Resources Department and by the operational managers of the department involved in the recruitment, and the Information Systems Department (as part of its IT maintenance duties).
In the event of a negative outcome of the application, your data will be kept for two (2) years from the last contact.
All your rights can be found in the “Your rights” section above.


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