Privacy

Privacy Statement

Privacy Statement

Privacy

Privacy Statement

UNI Business Centre B.V., and all its legal entities (collectively “UNI Business Centre”) recognize that our employees, and the individuals who represent companies with whom we conduct business, value their privacy. However, in order to conduct a global business in this increasingly electronic economy, the collection of the personal data of individuals is often necessary. We respect your right to privacy and are committed to protecting your personal data.

What Is Personal Data

Personal data means any information that, when used alone or combined with other data, may be used to identify an individual. This includes, but is not limited to, an individual’s first and last name, e-mail address, mailing and/or residential addresses, telephone number, title, birth date, gender, occupation, customer contact information and/or other personal information that may be required in order for us to provide a service you request, or may have requested, at our website.

Compliance With Laws

UNI Business Centre strives to comply with all applicable and known laws around the world that are designed to protect your right to privacy and prevent misuse of your personal data. Our commitment is to protect your personal data no matter where it is collected, transported, processed or retained.

Web Sites Covered by Our Privacy Statement

This Privacy Statement applies to UNI Business Centre (www.uni.nl). UNI Business Centre website may provide links to unaffiliated third-party web sites for your convenience and information; however, UNI Business Centre does not control those unaffiliated third-party web sites or (except where UNI Business Centre is providing your personal data to a third party with whom UNI Business Centre has contracted for services) their privacy policies or practices as they relate to the use and protection of your personal data. You may visit those third-party links at your sole discretion and should read their privacy policies and statements before providing them your personal data.


Collecting Your Personal Data

In general, you can visit our web sites without divulging any personal data. However, there are areas of our web sites that require us to collect personal data to complete the customization functions for which they are designed that may not be available to those individuals who elect not to provide the personal data requested. You are always welcome to visit the public portion of the UNI Business Centre web sites without revealing any personal data.

Use of Your Personal Data

When we collect your personal data from you, we will inform you at the time as to the reason we are requesting such personal data. The personal data will be used only for UNI Business Centre business purposes such as: (i) responding to your requests for products, documentation and/or services; (ii) processing your order or invoice; (iii) conducting a commercial transaction; (iv) corresponding with you and/or your company; (v) enabling your subscription or event registration; (vi) handling a job application; (vii) sending direct marketing information; and/or (viii) performing market research. We will also use your personal data to personalize the content you review and to better understand how you use the web sites in order to improve the services UNI Business Centre provides as well as the web site information.

Disclosure of Your Personal Data to Third Parties

If you elect to provide us with personal data, we may transfer that personal data within the UNI Business Centre entities or to UNI Business Centre affiliated third parties or business partners. Your personal data may be transferred within your country and/or across borders from your country of residence or jurisdiction to UNI Business Centre entities, affiliated third parties and/or business partners in other countries around the world so that such UNI Business Centre entities, affiliated third parties and/or business partners may provide services and other operations required to transact business with you. Such personal data may include, but is not limited to, account information, credit card information and ordering/invoicing information.

UNI Business Centre works with certain companies that deliver UNI Business Centre advertising and undertake surveys on behalf of UNI Business Centre. These companies may collect information to help us determine which products, services and offerings are of most interest to our current and future customers. Unless you have given your consent, implicitly or explicitly, the information collected is not identifiable at an individual level. However, it may be identifiable at a company level, with or without your consent, or aggregated at an anonymous level to provide us with general statistics and trends.

In the event that UNI Business Centre sells a part or parts of its business, the personal data that we have collected could be transferred to the acquiring company unless you instruct UNI Business Centre not to do so in writing.

UNI Business Centre reserves the right to share your personal data to respond to information requests by duly authorized governmental authorities and subject to applicable laws.

Securing Your Information

We have put in place appropriate physical, electronic and managerial procedures to (i) prevent unauthorized access to your personal data, (ii) maintain personal data accuracy, (iii) ensure correct use of information, and (iv) safeguard and secure your personal data we collect online.

Please take note of the following to ensure the security of your personal data and other confidential information you may provide online. UNI Business Centre advises you to protect yourself against unauthorized access to your computer and disclosure of your UNI Business Centre password.

If you believe there has been a security breach at UNI Business Centre involving your personal data, please contact UNI Business Centre at info@uni.nl.

Did you know?

In 2016 we already provided 103 identical clients with 1334 quotations for a total value of 74 million euro and shredded at least 15,000kg of data securing business continuity.