BRAND & DIGITAL
MARKETING AGENCY

GDPR Statement

Updated: 15th May 2018

 

What is GDPR?

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a European Union directive that will come into force on 25 May 2018. GDPR aims to create stronger, more unified protections of EU citizens’ data and for businesses of all sizes. This means complying with certain rules around consumer data.

Focus7 International Ltd is continuously taking steps towards ensuring full GDPR compliance in line with the recommendations from the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO).

Our nominated Data Protection Officer is our Operations Director, Leona Barr-Jones.

In accordance with GDPR, it is your right as a supplier, client or end user to know how your data will be processed by us. To find out about how we handle your data, read our Privacy Policy and our Cookie Policy.

To find out about GDPR in more detail, visit the ICO’s guide.

The ICO have also produced a document detailing 12 steps to take now in order to progress towards GDPR compliance. Click here to view the document in full

We utilise the services of a number of supplier partners, many of whom have publicised their own stances on GDPR and how they process your data. We will only ever partner with legitimate suppliers who handle your data responsibly. Click their names below to read their GDPR or data privacy statements.

 

Infusionsoft – our CRM partners

Xero – accountancy software 

PayPal – payment software 

GoCardless – payment software 

 

If you have a concern or complaint about how we handle your data, please refer to the ICO’s recommendation of the protocol you should follow here.  If you would like to contact the ICO directly with your concern or complaint, you can report a concern here.

 

Advice for clients:

We advise that you research GDPR yourself and have a nominated responsible person for GDPR or Data Protection Officer. We are happy to offer you guidance and support from our understanding of the ICO’s current recommendations, but cannot accept liability or responsibility for the ways in which you process your own data.