Privacy Policy

Who Are We?

The Valuable.Global website is operated by Binc, a trading name of Inclusive Business Leadership

Inclusive Business Leadership
18 Eustace St.,
Temple Bar,
Dublin 2,
D02 WR53,
Ireland.

For any questions about how we use your data, or to exercise your rights over your data, you can contact us via:

Email: info@thevaluable500.com

Post: Binc, 18 Eustace St.,Temple Bar, Dublin 2, D02 WR53, Ireland.

If you do have questions, we’d ask you to read this policy first as we hope it’s clear and comprehensive.

What Data Do We Collect And Process About You, What Do We Do With It And Why?

We collect and use data through this website for four main purposes:

  • Managing your support for our campaign
  • Managing communications with you
  • Improving our website
  • Managing our digital advertising

When You Offer to Support the Campaign

When you express an interest in supporting the campaign by completing the online form on the valuable.global website, we will capture and store your contact details and pledge of support. A member of the team will then contact you with more information and we’ll keep you updated with the regular campaign newsletter.

We will retain this supporter information for two years. We will not share this information with third parties. We will ask separately for permission to publicise your involvement with the campaign and to use your logo.

Formally, we justify this processing on the basis of your consent when you provide your contact information.

When You Contact Us

If you get in touch with us on an ad hoc basis – whether that’s by phone, email, post or in person – we’ll collect and store the personal information you provide. That information and anything else you tell us will be handled securely. Only what is needed to deal with your enquiry will be passed on internally. We do ask that you don’t include sensitive personal information in any communication unless it’s directly relevant, to make it easier for you and us jointly to protect you. We keep contact information for five years.

We will use the information you provide to deal with your enquiry and for no other purpose. Any offers to support the campaign will be handled as described above. We may also anonymise the nature of enquiries for statistical and business improvement purposes and share that anonymised information internally.

Formally, we justify this processing on the basis of your consent. When you use call us or visit us in person, we will ask you for that consent explicitly. If you write to us by post or email, our reply will include a privacy notification with the option to withdraw your consent if you wish.

When You Visit Our Website – site analytics

We collect your IP address, the website you came from, what kind of browser and device you’re using, and what you do on the website – which links you follow, how long you spend on each page and so on. We use Google Analytics to achieve this. Google Analytics relies on placing tracking cookies, small data files which do not allow us to identify you individually, on your device. You will have seen a cookie notice explaining this when first visiting the website. You can find details of Google’s privacy policy at https://policies.google.com/privacy.

We only use temporary cookies for website analytics. Our website will work fine if you have “do not track” switched on or have third-party cookies completely disabled. You can learn about cookies and how to manage them at http://www.allaboutcookies.org/.

We use this tracking information to help us understand your experience of our website and how to improve it.

Formally, we justify this processing as being in our legitimate interest to help us to understand how people use our site and so enable us to improve it.

When You Visit Our Website – digital marketing

You may notice that sometimes after visiting our site you see our adverts more often on other websites. This is because we pay for these adverts and showing them to people who have visited our site is made possible by temporary advertising cookies. We are unable to contact you directly as a result of these cookies – the advertising process is anonymised.

Details of Facebook advertising cookies can be found at https://www.facebook.com/policies/cookies/

Details of Twitter advertising cookies can be found at https://help.twitter.com/en/safety-and-security/privacy-controls-for-tailored-ads

Details of LinkedIn advertising cookies can be found at https://www.linkedin.com/legal/privacy-policy

You can learn about cookies and how to manage them at http://www.allaboutcookies.org/.

Formally, we justify this processing as being in our legitimate interest to help us to show our advertising to people who have shown interest in our campaign by visiting our website.

Who Else Gets To See Your Data?

We won’t ever sell your data or provide access to it to any third parties for their own marketing purposes. We will share your data in the following ways:

With Our Subcontractors

Like many organisations we don’t do everything ourselves. When we have someone else help us handle an aspect of our operation, we will pass them some of your data so that they can do their work. We will only ever give them the minimum information that they need, and it will always remain under our control. This means that they can only do with your data what we tell them to, and they can’t keep it once they no longer need it nor can they pass it on to anyone else.

At the moment, we have data processing partners who provide website analytics (see above), website hosting and email hosting. We also use LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter digital advertising as described above.

If Legally Required

In some circumstances we may be legally required to pass on your data. For example, if there is a health and safety incident at our premises and you are involved, we will pass your data on to the relevant local authority. What they then do with your data is governed by the law. They may also contact you directly. We will always try to make sure that you know when your data is passed on in this way. In this specific circumstance we may collect health information about you where it is strictly relevant, and this may be done without your consent if you are not able to consent at the time. We will only do this in order to comply with the law and to protect your vital interests.

Law enforcement and other government agencies may also request your data. We will pass it to them once they show us proof that their request is legal. We may not be able or allowed to tell you if this happens.

If You Make A Complaint

If you make a complaint or if we think it’s necessary for any other reason, we may, depending on the issue pass your data on to our insurers. We will only pass them the data that they need; we have a clear agreement with them that they will only use the data to assess any claim that we may make in connection with the issue.

How We Look After Your Data

We take the security of your data and your right to privacy very seriously. We’ve invested in appropriate IT systems and staff training to make sure that your data stays safe. We have strict contracts with anyone we share it with to ensure that they do the same. Campaign support and contact information will be stored and processed inside the EEA, where the General Data Protection Regulation gives you strong legal protection for your data privacy rights. We will always obey both the letter and the spirit of the data protection laws that apply to us. Where data is processed outside the EEA, for example analytics and digital advertising services provided by US based businesses, we will ensure that the same protections apply by having appropriate contracts with the organisations processing data on our behalf.

We keep clear records of what data we have and what we do with it, and make sure that we always consider what impact our processing will have on you. We also continually assess the risks to you from possible data breaches and do everything we can to prevent them.

Your Rights

You have the right to see a copy of all the data we hold about you.

You have the right to ask us to delete what we have or to stop processing it.

You have the right to ask us to correct your data – and if what we hold about you is wrong, we’d really appreciate it if you told us – but we will, in some circumstances, need to check that what you’re telling us is accurate, and may require proof, in order to protect you – and us – from fraud.

To exercise any of these rights, please contact us using the details at the top of this notice.

You also have the right to complain to the Data Protection Commission – the government agency that regulates data protection in Ireland, where we’re based. You can reach them via their website: https://www.dataprotection.ie/

Policy Information

This policy was last updated on the 22nd January 2018. We may update it at any time in order to improve our customer experience or to comply with changes in the law.

This policy is ©2019 Binc