The Marketing Practice processes information for our legitimate interests in order to understand who visits our website, who might be interested in the services we offer and to promote these services to existing and potential customers. All data is processed in accordance with current UK data protection legislation.
Information we collect
When you complete a web form to register for one of our events or to download an information asset we will ask you for certain information including contact details (name, company name, job title, address, email and telephone number).
We will use this data to understand the profile of people who may be interested in us and the marketing services we provide, and to communicate information about future events, our services and marketing intelligence we may offer.
From time to time, we may also gather data from networking forums, company websites and other publicly available sources of information in order to identify and communicate with additional people who might be interested in our events, services and marketing intelligence.
If you apply for or enquire about a job with us we may also collect the personal data that you provide to us. For more information, click here
If you would prefer not to receive such communications, you may opt-out at any time via the unsubscribe button that is included on all of our marketing communications or by contacting us via email or post:
Data Control Group
The Marketing Practice
In addition to your right to withhold or withdraw consent, you have other rights relating to your personal data. One of these is the right to know what information we hold about you. To make a subject access request, please contact us by email or post and we will provide you with a description of what data we hold, why we are holding it and how we came to have the information.
You also have the right to request that we delete any information about you. To request that we delete your information, please email or write to us at the above address. We will retain only a shadow record to ensure that your details do not re-enter our systems and this record will not be active.
How we look after your information
The information we hold is kept in a secure way with appropriate measures taken to protect it from misuse, unauthorised access, loss and inaccuracy. These measures include technical and organisational precautions designed to limit access solely to those who need it and to ensure your data is used only for the purpose for which it was collected.
Where we are processing your data in order to provide services to you, we will keep your information for as long as is needed to provide those services and for a reasonable period afterward as is needed by our finance dept. for tax and legal obligations.
Where we are processing your information for marketing purposes, we will continue to do so until such a time as you inform us that you wish to be removed from our marketing programmes, after which we will immediately cease processing, keeping only a shadow record to prevent your data from being accidentally re-entered into our marketing activities.
We will only share your information with a small number of trusted partners. These may include banks and payment providers (in order to pay you), service providers (to assist us in supplying services to you), other agencies, law enforcement or governmental organisations where we are required to make such disclosures by applicable law (e.g. tax agencies)
To assist us with recruitment of new employees, we use the Workable platform from Workable Technology Limited, 5 Golden Square, 5th Floor, London W1F 9BS, United Kingdom. By applying for any of the vacancies on our website, you understand you are applying through the Workable technology platform.
When you apply for one of our vacancies, we will collect and process personal data about you. The lawful basis we rely on for processing your personal data is article 6(1)(b) of the GDPR, which relates to processing necessary to perform a contract or to take steps at your request, before entering a contract.
The data we process will include:
- Your name
- Your contact details (email address and phone number)
- Your resume (including education, work experience, professional skills, languages spoken or other relevant professional information you chose to volunteer)
- Your salary expectations
- Your preference about whether you would prefer to work remotely or in one of our offices
- Our communication history with you
- One or more categorisations (tags) that help us to manage your application
Your data may be accessed by HR department employees and the line management of the vacancy for which you have applied.
You may delete your data and/or withdraw from the recruitment process at any time. If you are unsuccessful in your original application and you do not delete your information, we will keep your data in our Workable platform and may consider you for similar vacancies or others for which we feel you may be suitable. If this is the case, we will forward your original application to the manager of the new vacancy. You are under no obligation to proceed with any particular vacancy even if we think you are suitable. We will delete your data 6 months after our last communication with you or at any time prior to this if you request that we do so.
Cookies are tiny text files that are downloaded to your computer when you visit almost any website. Websites use them to perform certain functions (e.g. serve you the right country version of the site), to enhance the user experience (e.g. to remember your preferences), for reporting purposes (e.g. analytics) and for advertising purposes.
What are the different types of cookies?
A cookie can be classified by its lifespan and the domain to which it belongs.
By lifespan, a cookie is either:
- a session cookie which is erased when the user closes the browser or
- a persistent cookie which remains on the user’s computer/device for a pre-defined period of time.
The domain to which the cookie belongs can be either:
- first-party – these are set by the web server of the visited page and share the same domain (in this instance themarketingpractice.com)
This website uses both first and third-party cookies. All the cookies on this site can be categorised by the function they perform and according to whether they are first or third-party.
We have provided a full list of all the cookies used on this website, their lifespan, domain, function and how to control them in the tables section of this page.
- These cookies allow the site to remember choices in response to actions made by users, such as setting your cookie preferences. We use a mixture of first and third-party cookies. They are not used to track visitors. Please be aware that restricting these cookies may impact on some areas of the website’s functionality.
- Enabling these first party cookies is not strictly necessary for the website to work but it will provide you with a better browsing experience. You can delete or block these cookies, but if you do that some features of this site may not work as intended.
- These third-party cookies are used by advertising companies to serve ads that are relevant to your interests and/or based on your previous interactions with the ads or website (e.g. remarketing).
- Cookies may be set by these third parties and used by them to track your online activity and for the purpose of such activity. We have no direct control over the information that is collected by these cookies.
- Reporting/performance cookies collect information on how users interact with the site. These third-party cookies allow us to measure site usage by collecting and reporting information anonymously. This helps us to continually improve site performance and the user experience.
Other third parties:
- These third-party cookies are used to provide you with increased on-site functionality. Here, we are specifically referring to the use of social media buttons and/or plugins on this site that allow you to connect with your social network in various ways. For these to work social media sites including; Twitter, Facebook & LinkedIn will set cookies through our site which may be used to enhance your profile on their site or contribute to the data they hold for various purposes outlined in their respective privacy policies
How to control cookies
You can control/restrict what cookies are stored based specifically on your interaction with this website. As soon as your preferences have been set, it will alter which cookies are stored from this website from that point onward.
If you want to have all historical data associated with first-party cookies deleted, please contact email@example.com. For third party cookies, you will need to contact the individual provider to have historical cookie data deleted.
If you restrict, block or delete certain cookies, you may have to manually adjust some preferences every time you visit a site and some services and functionalities may not work.
If you wish to view a cookie’s code, just open your cookie file in your browser and click on a cookie to open it. You’ll see a short string of text and numbers. The numbers are your identification card, which can only be seen by the server that gave you the cookie.
For information on how to do this on the browser of your mobile phone, you will need to refer to your handset manual.
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