Privacy Policy

Event Creation Network Ltd (ECN) is committed to respecting privacy rights and to protecting personal information at all times. As such, we will ensure that all our activities involving personal information meet the letter and spirit of our Privacy Policy.

  1. We comply with the Privacy and Data Protection laws and regulations wherever we conduct business.
  2. We safeguard and protect personal information from unauthorised access and exploitation and avoid releasing details that are not otherwise publicly available.
  3. We do not share personal contact details outside ECN without permission to do so, or unless required by law.
  4. We control the collection and use of personal information in order to provide the best possible service and build long-lasting relationships. This includes informing you about new events, products and other offerings that may be relevant.
  5. We will not collect or store excessive or unnecessary personal information.
  6. We make every attempt to keep personal data complete, up to date and accurate.
  7. We will update or disclose personal information that we hold to the individual concerned whenever requested us do so.
  8. We respect requests to be removed from our mail, email or telephone marketing lists in a timely manner. Simply contact info@eventcreationnetwork.com
  9. We ensure that any partners we use to provide support services to ECN adhere to our Privacy Policy.
  10. We make sure our Privacy Policy is easily accessible to you and post changes to the Policy on our Web sites.

If you have further questions about our privacy policy, please email marketing@eventcreationnetwork.com

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