All personal information is treated as strictly confidential to Brandeer and its affiliates. Your personal information will never be sold or transferred to a 3rd party, without your express permission. This section details what information Brandeer collects and how that information may be used.
Information We May Collection From You
To utilise certain aspects of our website, we may require you to provide certain information. This includes details you provide by filling in forms on our website such as your name and email address. This information you provide is used to offer you our services or better online experience on our website.
We use third-party providers of analytics including, but not limited to, Google Analytics to analyse the data collected during the visit and cookies to enhance the website, our services, and our advertising. Third-party analytics do not receive personally identifiable information from you through our website.
Use of information
When you register your interest with us by downloading a report or completing an online query on this website we retain this information to respond to your query and communicate with you further. You may update this information at any time or opt-out of receiving further marketing communications. If you become a customer of ours, we will continue to keep in touch with you regarding project-related matters.
Protecting Your Information
Brandeer takes all reasonable precautions to ensure that any information you provide to us directly, whether collected or voluntarily given, is protected. We will never knowingly collect children’s (under 13) personal data or contact them. Access to the information collected or submitted on our website is restricted to employees or contractors who require it to carry out their duties and provide services to clients and are bound by the same data protection. If you do send confidential or private information via third-party data collections services such as email or any other form of communication, you do so at your own risk.
Policy Changes and Revisions
Last updated: 1st September 2020