Who we are
Database Network Associates (hereafter “DNA”) is an association incorporated according to Belgian law. DNA is the data controller with regards to the processing of personal data due to the use of this website and/or our services.

Should you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Our contact details are:
• +32 (0) 475 62 90 54
• Abdijmolenstraat 1
8902 Voormezele

Your contact information
Our services are intended for business purposes. Please feel encouraged to leave your (business) address and contact details, either via registering on this site or for events, or otherwise when communicating with us. We will use your contact details only to get into contact with you to further promote and/or explain our services.

Website information
When you visit our website, we may use cookies and other techniques. In that way, each time you visit our website, our server automatically recognises your domain of origin. It does not detect your e-mail address automatically. Please read our cookie policy for more information,

Any questions or requests?
You may ask us anything. You always can ask us to consult, to change or to erase your data or object to receive further direct marketing messages. Please contact us via


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What types of cookies does DNA use?
Via technical and functional cookies, we are able:
• to save you from having to make the same choices on each visit

Improve the content of our site
Via third-party cookies, we are able:
• to draw up statistics

Your consent
When you visit our website for the first time, we call your attention to our cookies policy, so that if you wish you may configure your browser settings to limit or block the use of cookies. You are free to accept or reject the cookies.

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