Your privacy is really important to us, so we want to make sure your personal data stays safe. This document describes the process of how we collect and store personal information through our websites.
1.1. Personal information
You may visit our website without providing any information about yourself. However, if you wish to utilize the resources we offer on our website (e-books, sign up to breakfast seminar, subscribe to the blog etc.) we use forms to gather relevant information about you in order to send you the resources you find interesting and to further customise our communication with you.
We collect the information that you have provided in the form. In order for us to send you more information, you must actively give consent. This means that you will not be contacted if you have not given your consent.
2.1. Purpose of data storage
The purpose of storage might be: a) to improve your experience when using our website; b) to customise the communication we send to your email inbox when using our website; c) to send you inbound resources that are related to your industry or your interest.
2.2. When is data stored
The information is stored in our database until the customer relationship ceases or until you ask us to delete your information. If you wish to do is, it is easily done right here.
2.3. External websites
We will never contact anyone if they have not actively given their consent to receiving information. This consent is asked for in the forms we use if you want to download resources, get in touch with us, or sign up to attend a breakfast seminar. This consent may be withdrawn at any time, either on this page or by contacting the Data Protection Officer (DPO) (firstname.lastname@example.org). You can opt out of emails and other communication from us at any time by unsubscribing to our emails.
You may at all times ask to access the information we have about you or demand that the information is deleted. You may also withdraw your consent. If you wish to make use of these rights, click here, alternatively contact Data Protection Officer (DPO) by filling out the form at the bottom of this article or at email@example.com