Privacy and Cookie Information

In this policy, “we” refers to Napier Partnership Limited, Peter Bush Communications and all subsidiary companies.

We are committed to protecting your online privacy. This privacy statement explains our approach to monitoring our websites, serving cookies and handling your personal data.

We collect analytics information on all visitors to this website. This information does not contain any personal information about you.

We do place cookies on your computer if your browser is set to accept cookies. There are different categories of cookies: the CMS (technology on which our website is built) may place cookies on your computer, particularly if you comment on our posts. Our CMS is WordPress. Our analytics software may place a cookie on your PC. We embed videos and other content from sites such as YouTube, and offer social sharing tools for sites such as Facebook, and we also use companies to help us deliver marketing and advertising that is of interest to you. These third-party sites may place cookies on your PC.

We offer the chance for you to register for some information, including white papers and our email newsletter. If you register, we will add you to our databases and send you relevant information on an occasional basis. You can always opt-out of receiving marketing emails from us, or ask for your data to be erased. If you only want certain forms of communications, you can also choose to opt-out of specific types of email (e.g. marketing emails, newsletters, etc.) or opt out of contact by phone or postal mail. We will not sell, exchange or offer your data to any other company. If we are acquired, the new parent company will process your data under these terms.

Our suppliers are required to, at minimum, meet the requirements of the EU GDPR regulations when storing any personal data for us.

We are registered with the UK Information Commissioner’s Office for Data Production under registration reference Z5556553.

The online environment moves really quickly, and there are frequent changes to the legislation that applies to the internet and data protection, so we may need to change our approach in the future. If we do, we will update our policies on the website.