This Notice explains how Business Day uses Personal Information about you in a business context if you are:
- a Supplier or if you represent an organization that is a Supplier;
- a Customer or if you represent an organization that is a Customer;
- Web Users.
We refer to this as “Business Information”.
What business information does Business Day collect?
The type of Business Information that Business Day collects and uses depends on the particular business context and the purpose for which it was collected. It may include:
- contact details (such as your name, job title, gender, work address, telephone numbers, email address, fax numbers and so on);
- details of your relevant experience and/or academic and professional qualifications (for example, if you are employed by a vendor);
- details of your business and other interests and opinions (for example, where information is held in a Customer Relationship Management database);
- for Web Users, information relating to your use of the Business Day website, including the content of web forms, contributions made to any discussion forums and browsing history, IP addresses and your path through the Business Day website;
- credit card details, credit worthiness, and other financial-related information, such as your bank account number and other relevant payment-related information collected in support of a business transaction;
- CCTV images and visit information for visitors to Business Day sites.
What will Business Day do with your business information?
Generally, Business Day only uses Business Information for one or more of business-related purposes below:
- Negotiating, concluding and performing contracts with Customers (including the provision of financial services and advice);
- Managing Business Day accounts and records;
- Advertising, marketing and public relations (including direct marketing);
- Market Research and competitor analysis;
- Negotiating, concluding and performing contracts with Suppliers;
- Communicating with Individuals that are, or who represent, Customers, Suppliers or Web Users; ?
- Operating the Business Day website, including the use of analytics software; ?
- Supporting Business Day’s corporate social responsibility activities; ?
- Facilitating the security of Business Day sites, websites and other assets; ?
- Legal and regulatory compliance and internal control evaluations and audits (including where conducted by Business Day’s internal and external audit service providers); ?
- Debt administration; and/or ?
- Obtaining legal advice, including for legal proceedings and litigation and also in connection with the sale, purchase or merger of a business.
Business Day data privacy principles
Business Day observes the following principles in relation to Business Information:
- We process it fairly and lawfully;
- We process it for a specific legitimate business purpose and do not process in a manner incompatible with that purpose without your knowledge and/or consent;
- We use Business Information that is adequate, relevant and not excessive for the purpose for which it is processed;
- We keep it accurate and, as necessary, up to date;
- We keep it in a form which permits identification for no longer than necessary for the purpose for which it was collected;
- We protect it against accidental or unlawful destruction or accidental loss, alteration, unauthorised disclosure or access, using appropriate technical and organisational measures;
- We process it in accordance with an Individual’s rights.
Who is your Business Information disclosed to?
Generally, Business Day will only disclose your Business Information outside Business Day and its Third Party Service Providers:
- when required to do so by law; ?
- where necessary to engage a new Third Party Service Provider; ?
- in response to a legitimate request for assistance by the police or other law enforcement agency; ?
- to protect an individual’s vital interests; ?
- to seek legal advice from Business Day’s external lawyers or in connection with litigation with a third party; ?
- in connection with the sale, purchase or merger of a business; or ?
- to engage external auditors to validate Business Day’s financial accounts; ?
- and will only do so in accordance with any applicable local laws.
Exercising your rights
Web Users, Customers and those representing Customers
If you would like a copy of any of your Business Information or if you would like to update or correct it or you would like to request Business Day l to stop sending you marketing materials either generally or via a particular media, please contact Business Day.
If your complaint is not resolved within a reasonable time of it being made to Business Day, it can be escalated to the Global Privacy Office. After investigating an escalated concern, the Global Privacy Office will respond to you in writing within a reasonable time setting out its conclusions together with details of any remedial action that it proposes to take.
If you would like a copy of any of your Business Information or if you would like to update or correct it, please contact Business Day’s at email@example.com
If you have a concern about how Business Day has used your Business Information, as a first step, you should raise the concern in writing to Business Day’s Privacy Office using the details set out above.
We will respond to you in writing within a reasonable time setting out its conclusions together with details of any remedial action that it proposes to take.