We collect no identifying information about any individual, either on the website (or its subdomains) or when using our solutions that we operate for our clients. This means that we cannot and do not disclose information about identifiable individuals to third parties.
Where we interact with you on a third party site such as Facebook or Twitter, you should refer to the privacy policies of the third party site in question. We do not collect consumer data from these third party sites. However we may collect data from those sites for business-to-business marketing only, which is excluded from this policy.
We may collect or use information sent to our web servers by your web browser. The information we collect may include the web pages you access at the domain, its subdomains and in the solutions we operate; your network address; and details of your browser and operating system. We collect this to measure the performance of our solutions, to help improve our service we provide and also to improve our own website. No other information is obtained from your computer/browsing device.
The anonymous data that we collect may be used in any of the following ways: to improve the performance or usability of or its subdomains; to improve the performance or usability of Growth Mindset for Marketing.
If you object to the collection of any of the anonymous data described above, or the uses of it we have described, you should refrain from using and its subdomains, and also refrain from using our solutions at our client’s websites. (Note that use of any of our solutions is an entirely optional step in the purchase process.) By using our sites or any of our solutions you are consenting to the collection of data and its uses as described above.
There are many hyperlinks away from and its subdomains to external sites. Note that Growth Mindset for Marketing is not responsible for the content of external sites.
We may maintain digital or physical copies of any correspondence we are sent.
We may disclose your personal information to any subsidiary company, our ultimate holding company and its subsidiaries, as defined in section 736 of the UK Companies Act 1985.