Version 1.3.This page was last updated on 21/01/2020.
We are aware that you place your trust in us and we appreciate it!
That’s why we consider it our responsibility to protect your privacy and personal data. On this page we explain which information we collect when you use our website, why we collect that information and how we want to improve your user experience.
Our use of collected personal information
When you sign up for one of our services, we ask you to provide only the necessary personal information. These details are used to provide our service. The data is stored on secure servers of TalentMakers or those of a third party. We will not combine this information with other personal information we have and will never pass it on to third parties.
Information we request and collect: your first name and e-mail address when you download a free product; your name, address and, if applicable, VAT number when you purchase a service or product; your name, e-mail address and telephone number when you ask a question via our contact form; your login details for access to our online learning environment.
The processing of your personal data does not include profiling, nor will we subject you to automated decisions.
When you send us an email or other messages, we may retain those messages for a period of 24 months, after which the messages will be destroyed. Sometimes we will ask you for your personal details if they are relevant.
If you have given your permission via an opt-in form, we will send you an e-mail from time to time; but not too often!
These e-mails contain valuable content articles and information, invitations for free and payable activities, … and a link that allows you to easily unsubscribe at any time. We always strive to comply with all European and other local regulations.
The information generated by the cookie about your use of our website may be transferred to TalentMakers’ own secure servers or those of a third party. We use this information to understand how the website is used.
Types of cookies
Although there are different types of cookies, distinguished in terms of functionality, origin or storage period, the legislation mainly distinguishes between functional or technically necessary cookies on the one hand and all other cookies on the other hand.
• Functional cookies: to make it easier to use the website, for example to recognise you when you visit the website again, so you can log in faster.
• Analytical cookies: to collect usage statistics and use them in particular for further improvement and updating of the website.
• Tracking cookies: to examine which other web pages our visitors visit and to carry out targeted marketing actions.
On your first visit to our website, you will be asked to accept our different types of cookies. You can allow or deny cookies by category. You can change the cookie settings for our website at any time via the hyperlink at the bottom of our website and thus withdraw your consent.
By default, most browsers are set to accept cookies, but you can reset your browser to refuse all cookies or to indicate when a cookie is being sent. However, some features and services on our website may no longer operate correctly when cookies are disabled in your browser.
Choices for personal data and adjust/unsubscribe/ delete/transfer
We give you the opportunity to easily remove your data from our e-mailing list.
On request, we can also give you access to which data we keep and if you wish, it can be adjusted or removed from our information. If you so wish, we may transfer the data stored by us to another responsible party in a structured, common and machine-readable form.
You can exercise your rights by contacting us, either by e-mail to [email protected], by post to TalentMakers BV at 3140 Keerbergen, Rozenweg 32 or by using the “Contact” section of the website, enclosing a copy of your identity card.
Right to complain
You have the right to submit a complaint to the
Belgian Data Protection Authority:
Disputes department, Drukpersstraat 35, 1000 Brussels,
Tel +32 (0)2 274 48 00, Fax +32 (0)2 274 48 35, e-mail: [email protected]
This is without prejudice to a remedy before a civil court.
If you should incur damage resulting from the processing of your personal data, you can file a claim for compensation.