Martec International GDPR Statement

How do we source our data?

Martec’s business data is pooled from a variety of sources including Companies House data; together with desk, telephone and web research.


What Personal Information do we collect?

As a business data provider, the amount of personal information we hold is limited to:

  • Named contacts in corporate entities with job titles and major responsibility area.
  • Business email addresses in corporate entities and work telephone numbers.

Business-to-business email communications

Emails to the employees of corporate entities – limited companies, public limited companies, limited liability partnerships and government departments can be emailed without consent, where there is a “legitimate interest” case.  Individuals must be given a clear and easy means of opting-out from future communications.


What restrictions are there on the use of
a database for marketing?

The following broad principles apply:

  • All communications must be relevant and proportionate.
  • All communications should clearly identify the end-user of the data and must contain a clear opportunity to opt-out from future correspondence.
  • Keep data up to date through frequent – but not intrusive – contact, and record any changes.
  • All requests to opt out must be honoured.
  • All requests from individuals to be provided with a copy of the information held on them must be provided free of charge in a reasonable time period.

How is the data cleaned?

The files are updated and cleaned on a regular basis to ensure that maximum deliverability is maintained.

Martec respect the rights of individuals to have their details removed from our active file at any time.


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