Legal notice

Welcome to the master the gap website ( (hereafter the “Website”).

master the gap is a registered European trademark (registration EUIPO nr. 016933061) and is owned by duke26 BVBA with registered office at 3080 Tervuren, Hertogenweg 16, Belgium (VAT BE 0536 407 030). This Website is also owned and maintained by duke26 BVBA.

By using this Website you agree with the below terms of use, the privacy and cookie policy.

Terms of Use


The content on this Website is offered for information purposes only, it cannot in any way be considered as legal or any other advice. We do our utmost to make sure the content of the Website is accurate and correct. We, however, cannot exclude that the content of the Website is sometimes inaccurate or not up to date. We therefore cannot give any guaranties with respect to the accuracy and completeness of this Website and do not accept any liability for damages someone might incur by relying on the information found on this website.

The Website can provide links to other websites managed by third parties. These links are for information purposes only and need to be used at your own risk. We do not accept any liability for the functioning or the content of these websites. We also do not accept any liability for the functioning or content of websites that refer or link to our Website.

The content of this Website can be modified, adjusted, completed or deleted without any prior notice.

Intellectual Property Rights

The content on this Website, including the trademarks, logos, drawings, data, product- or company names, text, images etc. are protected by intellectual property rights. These intellectual property rights are owned by duke26 BVBA or other right owners from whom duke26 BVBA obtained rights of use.
The reproduction of this Website or parts thereof is only permitted for personal, non-commercial use. It is permitted to link and/or refer to this Website, as long as this is done for non-commercial purposes and in an honest and non-misleading manner. Any link or reference to this Website needs to be accompanied with a mention of the name “master the gap” and a link/reference to the Website.

For any other use, the explicit permission needs to be obtained from duke26 BVBA.

Applicable law and dispute resolution

By using this Website you accept that the content of this Website, the terms of use, the cookie and/or privacy policy, are governed by Belgian law.

Any dispute with respect to this Website, its terms of use, the cookie and/or privacy policy that cannot be resolved amicably shall first be attempted to be resolved through mediation.

If no agreement can be found through mediation, only the Dutch speaking courts of Brussels (Belgium) shall be competent.

Privacy Policy

By visiting this Website, no personal data is processed, except for the personal data processed through the below mentioned cookies and the data you voluntarily provide by contacting us via the contact details on our contact page.

All personal data shall be processed in accordance with the Belgian law of December 8, 1992 with respect to the protection of privacy in relation to the processing of personal data and the EU Regulation 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data (General Data Protection Regulation).

The personal data you voluntarily provide to us shall only be used for the purposes you provided us such data with. When you contact us, we can store and process your data to contact you. We will handle all personal data and other information contained in electronic communication sent to us with the necessary care and discretion. These data and information can be archived for internal purposes and for complying with applicable rules and regulations.

We will never actively transfer or communicate any personal data to third parties, unless you have given us the permission to do so or unless it is necessary to comply with your own requests or with applicable rules and regulations. Some services demand the involvement of third parties, such as for example cookies used by Google Analytics (see below). We select these third parties carefully and take all necessary legal requirements to ensure that your personal data are sufficiently protected.

You have the right to access all personal data we process of you, and to request us that we rectify, complement or erase your personal data. You also have the right to obtain an overview of the personal data we process of you in a structured format and the right to object to the use of your personal data. When the processing of your personal data is based on your prior consent, you have the right to withdraw this consent.

You can exercise these rights by sending us a written request, either by e-mail or by post, using the contact information provided on our contact page. It is possible you will be requested to provide extra identification or information for legitimacy purposes.

The personal data will only be stored for as long as required for the specific purpose or purposes for which the data are processed. We may need to store certain data for a longer period of time, for example when a longer period is required by applicable laws.

If you are of the opinion that your personal data is being processed contrary to the applicable laws with respect to privacy, you can file a complaint with the Commission for the protection of Privacy Drukpersstraat 35, 1000 Brussel,

Cookie Policy

Our Website uses cookies. Some cookies are necessary for the website to function, others are used for analytical purposes.

What are cookies ?

Cookies are small text or data files that can be stored on your computer or any other device with internet access (smartphone, tablet,…) when you visit websites. The cookie file contains a unique code that allows to recognize your browser when you visit a website and remember your preferences.

Cookies are used to enhance your user experience when visiting our Website, and to map the surfing behaviour of its visitors. Based on these results a website can be modified and optimized taking into account the visitor’s interests and needs.

What type of cookies do we use?

There are different types of cookies. For a complete overview you can consult websites like. https:/

Our Website uses the following cookies:

Functional cookies:

These cookies facilitate the functioning of our Website and make it more user friendly for visitors. These can for instance be cookies that remember your preferences (like your language preferences).

Our Website uses a “cookieconsent_status” and "updated_consent_status" cookie once you have accepted our cookie & privacy policy and terms of use. This cookie has a duration of 365 days.

Performance cookies:

These cookies collect data on the way visitors use our website, like the number of visitors, which pages are the most popular, the time visitors spend on certain webpages, etc. Based on the behavior of our users, we can enhance our Website and optimize and personalize the user experience.

Our Website uses cookies from Google Analytics to generate user statistics. Google Analytics is a web analysis service offered by Google Inc. that collects anonymous data on the use of our Website and generates user statistics. More information on how Google uses your data can be found on: The aggregated and anonymized data are kept within Google Analytics.

You can prevent Google Analytic cookies from being stored by making the necessary adjustments in your browser (see below). Take care, if you do this, you will probably no longer be able to make full use of all the functions of our Website. You can also opt-out of Google Analytics by downloading and installing the browser plug-in available on the following link:

Our Website uses the following cookies of Google Analytics.

  • _ga (retention period: 2 jaar)
  • _gid (retention period 24 uur)
  • _gat (retention period: 1 minuut)

Social Media cookies

These cookies make functionalities of social media websites like Facebook and Linkedin possible on websites. The blogs on our Website can be shared on social media via buttons. This could make it possible for these social media to place cookies and collect data when sharing an article. We refer to the cookie and privacy policies of these Parties.

Manage cookies

You can manage the use of cookies on an individual or global basis for the websites you visit. You can, at any given moment, turn off or delete all cookies that have already been installed on your computer or mobile device via the settings of your browser. If you prefer, you can also refuse our cookies via the privacy settings of your browser. To do this, we advise you to inform yourself via the support-sites of your browser. Every type of browser has its own settings to manage cookies. You can find this information on the website of the browser you use. Following links can assist you:

More general information on the way you can manage cookies can be found on

Take care: refusing, deleting or turning off cookies can result in the fact that our Website no longer functions properly.

We can modify our terms of use, cookie and/or privacy policy without any prior notice. If we do this, we will publish a modified version on our Website. Please make sure you check our Website regularly. Modifications will take effect from the moment they are published. If legally required to do so, we will take extra measures to inform you about the modifications requesting you to accept these modifications.

For more information about our terms of use, the cookie and/or privacy policy relating to our Website, you can contact us via our contact page.