1. Data Controller
TrainEngage Oy and its fully owned subsidiaries (hereby referred to as Happit)
Company ID: 2860088-4
Address: Kampinkuja 2, 00100 Helsinki, Finland
2. Contact Person
3. Name of the Register
This policy concerns the following registers owned by TrainEngage Oy:
- Customer register
- Marketing register
4. The purpose for processing the data
We collect and store data based on our current contractual relations with our partners and clients, and information related to our possible future partners and clients. The collection of this data is based on our business and we collect the data by ourselves or with help of the services listed in parts 7 and 8 of this policy.
We used the personal data gathered, together with anonymous statistics, to develop our product and website, to answer to contact requests and general feedback, to send email and marketing messages, and to target our online marketing.
5. Contents of the Register
We collect the following information:
- Contact information
- Company information (Company name, size, industry)
- Other textual information related to the relationship with the individual, such as the purpose for the request for information
- Marketing opt-in or opt-out
- IP address information or other technical identifiers
- Information gathered from cookies
- Information gathered from social media channels
- Information related to the contractual relationship such as meetings and other activities
6. Sources for the data
Through our Happit Freemium browser extension, we collect usage data of Happspots.
Through our website, we collect both personally identifiable data and anonymous statistics regarding visits.
We also collect personally identifiable data through forms in our website.
You can opt out of cookies. Please note that this may affect the level of service on the website.
7. Anonymous web analytics
We use the following tools and services to collect anonymous web analytics from Happit.com:
- Google Analytics: https://privacy.google.com/businesses/compliance/
- Hubspot Analytics: https://legal.hubspot.com/privacy-policy
- Hotjar: https://www.hotjar.com/
8. Targeting of advertisements
Based on visiting our website, we may target advertisements to you when you visit other websites.
We have embedded the following tools into our website which may install cookies into your browser:
- Facebook Pixel: https://www.facebook.com/business/a/facebook-pixel
- Google Remarketing: https://support.google.com/adwords/answer/2453998?hl=en
We also collect personally identifiable information based on attendees to events and webinars where we have attended as an organizer or sponsor and where the attendees have given their consent to being contacted by organizers or sponsors.
9. Hand-overs of information
We may hand over information submitted to us via the contact form to our partners for follow-up purposes. Under no other circumstances do we hand over, sell or lease your information to third parties. A current listing of our partners is available on our website.
10. Transfer of data to outside of EU or EEA
We may transfer data within the limits allowed and and obligated by current law. Information may also be transferred to outside of EU or EEA within the limits allowed by the current legislature.
In practice, we may transfer information to Happit’s partners operating outside of EU or EEA.
11. Principles for protecting your data
The registers are protected using personal accounts and passwords. The registers are accessible only to Happit employees whose job description requires access to the registers.
Happit uses cloud services to provide its services, which means data will be stored also in the service providers’ (actor) systems.
12. Your rights as an individual
As a registrant you have the right to verify the information stored about yourself in the register. You also have the right to require incorrect information to be corrected, and your information to be deleted. Any such requests such be made in writing to the contact person mentioned in Chapter 2.
As per the GDPR regulation, the registrant has the right to resist collection of data, request limitations to handling the data and to file a complaint to the data protection authorities.
Last edited: August 1st , 2020.