At Herald Academic, we work with a few partners to store and manage the personal information that you give to us. These partners and their services allow us to contact you about Herald Academic business, to let you register for our events, to submit content to one of our events and to ask for your feedback about us.

The partners with whom we work are experienced data organizations. We ensure that they can confirm that their services meet the latest legislation so that when we use them to manage your information, we are confident that it is secure.

You can find out more about Herald Academic’s Privacy Policy on our website.

If you have any queries about Herald Academic’s data protection policies, please don’t hesitate to contact Rob Edwards, Director at rob@heraldacademic.com

Below, you can see how your data is stored and managed with the help of our partners.

Partner What it does What we use it for What data we store How long we store your data
Events Espresso

 

Event management To store your data if you book a place on one of our events

 

Contact details; any access & dietary requirements Until you tell us to remove it
MailPoet

 

Database mailings To store your data so we can send you Herald Academic emails

 

Contact details; groups you have joined Until you tell us to remove it
PayPal

 

Financial processing To process payments for events and membership Contact details; what you have bought (we do not store your payment information)

 

Until you tell us to remove it
Survey Monkey

 

Market research To build surveys that we invite you to complete

 

Contact details; responses received Until you tell us to remove it
WordPress

 

Website hosting To host and update the Herald Academic website; to enable you to sign in to the website

 

Contact details; usernames (not passwords)

 

Until you tell us to remove it

 

If you have any concerns about the way that Herald Academic handles your personal data, please contact our data protection representative Rob Edwards at rob@heraldacademic.com

You can also contact the Information Commissioner’s Office at https://ico.org.uk/for-the-public/raising-concerns/