Privacy Statement

Introduction

Hereby Economic Business Week Tilburg B.V., hereafter referred to as EBT, wants to inform you about its privacy policy on storing, using, and protecting your personal data. By registering to the EBT website, you agree to the collection and use of information with regard to this policy. The EBT does not use the collected data for other purposes than those described in the privacy policy, unless written permission is given. The EBT is committed to ensuring data protection according to the current General Data Protection Regulation (‘GDPR’) law.

Contact information

Economic Business Week Tilburg B.V.
Tilburg University Room E1.22
P.O. Box 90153
Warandelaan 2, Tilburg, Noord-Brabant
5000 LE Tilburg
Tel +31(0)13 – 463 3516

Collection of personal information

What personal information is collected?

EBT collects and documents your personal information when creating an account to the website. The following information is mandatory:

First and last name
E-mail
Phone number
International student (yes/no)
IBAN, address, zip code, and city (in case your bank account is from a SEPA country)
Language
Educational Institution
Study
Study year
Study program
Profile picture
CV (in case of subscription for CV-selection activities)

Additional information can be filled in voluntarily, to optimize participation experience in the EBT.

Where is personal information used for?

Personal information is saved for the following reasons: the organization of the various activities during the EBT 2019, communicating relevant information before, during, and after the event via phone and/or mail, and improving our services. We will only store your personal information for the time strictly necessary. Per edition, we will gather your information again. Your information will be stored for a maximum duration of three years for organizational purposes. If information is passed on to a third party, this will be explicitly mentioned, e.g. when your CV is send to a company. CV’s will be deleted 10 working days after the last activity of the EBT 2019. If you give permission, in our registration form, to the companies that you subscribed for to save your CV on their systems according to their terms and conditions, the 10 working days term does not apply anymore.

Who has access to your personal information?

Only the board of the EBT has access to your personal information and will use this for the sole purpose of organizing the EBT 2019. When subscribing for CV-selection activities, your CV will be shared with the respective company.

You have the right to request the information we collect about you. If you wish to do this, you can send an email to: privacy@ebtilburg.nl. We are able to send you an overview of the information we store about you. In addition, you always have the right to request the deletion or adjustment of your personal information.

Pictures

When agreeing to the terms and conditions, you agree that the EBT is authorized to take pictures of you during the activities of the EBT 2019. In addition, you allow the EBT to use your pictures for promotional material. When you explicitly want your picture(s) to be removed, you can send a request to privacy@ebtilburg.nl.

Cookies

The EBT website uses functional cookies necessary for a well functioning website. You can set your web browser to not save cookies anymore. In addition, you can delete all information previously gathered by your browser.

Furthermore, Google Analytics cookies are placed on the website. Google tracks and reports the use of our website and reports this to us. This information is used to get an insight into user behaviour on our website. We use this information to make the website more user-friendly.

Third party links

Our website (www.ebtilburg.nl) may contain links to the sites of our partners. If you click on a third-party link, you will be redirected to that website. Note that these external sites are not operated by us. We have no control over, and assume no responsibility for the content, privacy policies, or practices of any third-party sites or services.

Reporting obligation data leak

The EBT organization is obligated to report any major data leaks. A data leak is a confirmed incident in which sensitive, confidential or otherwise protected data has been accessed and/or disclosed in an unauthorized way. If a data leak occurs, the EBT organization is obliged to notify the involved parties. This will be done within 72 hours. After a data leak, the EBT will investigate where the leak could have occurred and how a similar leak in the future can be prevented. For more information about this, you can contact us via privacy@ebtilburg.nl.

Adjustments in privacy policy

This privacy policy can always be accessed at www.ebtilburg.nl/privacy-statement. Changes to this privacy policy may occur over time and will be adjusted on this page. In order to assure that you are satisfied with our privacy policy, you can regularly visit this page.

If you have any further questions about our privacy policy, you can contact us via privacy@ebtilburg.nl.