Your consent matters
We've recently updated our data protection policy and taken advantage of new tools to help you better control how we use your personal information.
There are three ways we use your personal information when you sign-up on our website:
Keeping in touch through email
We would like to keep in touch by sending occasional emails, including promotional offers, details of events and links to our blog posts to help you stay informed. We do this using the email address you register with when you sign-up using any of the contact forms on our website. You can choose whether or not you'd like to receive emails from us here. Please note that we'll never spam you and you can unsubscribe from emails at any time.
Social Media Matching
When you sign-up and provide us with an email address, our website software will append social media information to your profile. It takes the email address you register with and finds any public LinkedIn, Facebook, and Twitter profiles associated with that email address. If your social profiles are set to private, it will not pull them into your profile. Social matching like this helps us engage more deeply with you. You can choose whether you want our website to do this automatically or not.
Cookies are small bits of code that are downloaded onto your device when you visit our website. They help our website remember you as a returning visitor (so you don't have to log in every time to see the content that's exclusive to you, for instance) and allow us to track how our website performs, what content people find most engaging (so we can supply more of it) and so we can show you tailored adverts when you're not on our website (for instance on LinkedIn). You can choose whether or not to allow our website to install cookies here. Please note that if you do not consent to us using cookies, it may impair your use and enjoyment of our website.
Can we keep in touch with occasional emails?
Can we use software to automatically match you to your social profiles?