The following policy outlines what data we collect and why, via the www.togetherwerebetter.org.uk website.
We are committed to safeguarding the privacy of our users while providing the highest possible quality of service. We will only use the information that we collect about you lawfully (in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998). If you have any requests concerning your personal information or any queries with regard to these practices please contact us.
We collect the information you supply to us through enquiry and registration forms, and every time you email or call us. For forms, this can include but is not limited to; full name, email address, job title, and organisation name. When you call us we will typically collect your name, phone number, and organisation in order to make sure your call is routed appropriately. When you email us, we will typically collect your name and email address, and information you supply by way of an email signature if it is appropriate to do so.
We also collect information automatically about your visit to our site. The information obtained in this way, which includes demographic data and browsing patterns, is only used in aggregate form, and as such cannot be used to identify you.
This aggregate information may be used to:
- Build up marketing profiles
- Aid strategic development
- Audit usage of the site
- Improve user journeys and website content
- Third parties
We use several third parties to collect or process personal data on our behalf. You can click through to their privacy policies on the links provided.
- G Suite (Google Apps for Business) - to store client correspondence, legal and contractual documentation and assets required to manage projects and support
- LastPass - to securely store and appropriately share all passwords and account logins
- Mailchimp - to send out our marketing and client communications via email
- Eventbrite - if you sign up to one of our events we collect your contact details (full name, email address, telephone/mobile phone number, job title, and organisation name) and if applicable, postal address and dietary preferences
- Salesforce - to store data on our contacts and clients
- Slack - our internal communication tool
Use of personal information
We process personal information collected via togetherwerebetter.org.uk for the purposes of:
- Processing any orders you may have made e.g. event sign up
- Conducting market research surveys
- Providing you with information about content and events
- Preventing website spam and abuse
If you would like to be kept up to date with special offers, information and events from Edo by email, please tick the appropriate box on the registration form.
If you do not wish to receive ANY information, news or offers from Together We’re Better, you can opt out by entering your email address here or by following the unsubscribe link in any communication you receive from us. Your details will not be passed to other companies.
Access to personal information
You can find out if we hold any personal information by making a “Subject Access Request”. If we hold information about you we will tell you what it is, why we hold it, and let you have a copy of the information in an intelligible form. There is no charge for this service, although we reserve the right to charge a reasonable fee for the administrative costs, where the request is manifestly unfounded or excessive.
Deletion of personal information
Under the GDPR, you have the right to request that we delete information we hold on you under certain circumstances. This is known as “Right to Erasure” or “Right to be forgotten”.
To make a request, please get in touch with Together We’re Better’s parent company, Edo.
Links to other websites
This policy does not cover external websites or services, and we would encourage you to read the privacy policies of other websites and services you visit and use.
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Third party cookies
We use cookie-free third party services where possible, however some services require cookies to function. We cannot control the dissemination of these cookies and cannot prevent them from being set. Please check the relevant third party website for more information about these cookies.
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How you can control the cookies used and placed on your computer
You can control the use and placing of any cookies on your computer through the settings you select on your internet browser. To do this, click on the relevant link below and follow the instructions.
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We will not pass your information to any third parties unless you have agreed that we can. You can email us to stop receiving any information about us and our services.
Updates to this policy
We may periodically review and update this policy and we will keep a record of the last updated date at the bottom of this page.
Last updated May 1, 2018