How we manage your data
The data we hold
We don’t keep masses of data. We hold some contact details for businesses that we have, do or would like to do business with. We also hold some details of current and past members of our team.
Occasionally we will have contact details of other people, usually when we are working with them to write or publish blogs or other content.
Very occassionally we will have data provided by a client for a specific project.
We also hold details of the amazing specialist suppliers that we work with from time to time.
Outside of the data we hold directly, we do make use of LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Eventbrite and sometimes other social media to contact individuals, or to post news.
What we do with data
Mostly email, and occassionally call you with ideas and examples, or proposals to work with you.
Other than biographies of team members members and recommendations of suppliers, other types of data is usually about case studies and provided as part of the process of creating the case study.
We do have plenty of photographs and video on the site. Usually these are obtained with explicit consent of individuals, are obtained in public places, or are purchased from legitimate agencies.
Many of our commmunications are sent using Mailchimp to ensure that our contact lists are up to date and so that we can record and automatically action requests to unsubscribe, etc.
How you can access the data we hold
Just ask. Email email@example.com and we’ll send you any information we have on you.We will probably ask you to identify yourselfe first of course …
How we secure and store data
Our website and any associated data are backed-up regularly.
We run a site-specific malware checking and fixing service over the website and the PCs used to modify the website.
Our website is hosted by a European web hosting company of long standing and good reputation.
How you can determine what we do with data about you
All data we have has been freely given to us or else obtained through easily accessed public sources. We absolutely hate the trade (legal or otherwise) in data and list broking and will never obtain data in that way.
If you think we are using data about you inappropriately please tell us and we’ll stop. However, we believe that we have a mutual legitimate interest in all our communications and any other way that we might occasionally use data. If you don’t agree, we’ll remove you from our processes.
You can contact us by calling Chris Webb on +44 7432 189 149 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org – or visit our Call Us page for alternatives.