Privacy

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Privacy

In accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation 2018, the Sustainable Business Partnership CIC will only store data provided to us consensually by individuals who have either: (1) signed up to the Sustainable Business Network via submitting an online directory entry; (2) have downloaded the Sussex Recyclers List by submitting an online form; or (3) have previously attended an event or used a service provided by the Sustainable Business Partnership CIC and have indicated that they would like to receive information on future services and events.

The Sustainable Business Partnership CIC stores data electronically on its database, which is only accessible via password-protected, company devices. This includes contact information, such as phone numbers, email addresses, and mailing addresses, as well as the sector in which the individual works. Storing this information allows us to only contact individuals for whom certain services or events are most relevant. E.g. our contacts in West Sussex won’t receive email invites for an event taking place in Croydon!

The data provided will be used only in relation to the Sustainable Business Partnership CIC and will never be passed to third-parties. The data will only be used for the purposes of sending updates on company services and events. Individuals may unsubscribe from these updates themselves by clicking the relevant link in the email they receive, or by contacting us directly. Upon making this decision, the information will be permanently removed from the database.

Utilise Plus Event Report: Sustainability Tour of Shoreham Port, Southwick

On a clear morning in February, the Sustainable Business Partnership CIC welcomed delegates to Shoreham Port in Southwick for a Sustainability Tour. This event was held as part of the SBP CIC’s ongoing Utilise Plus programme which helps small and medium sized enterprises to save energy, reducing their costs and environmental impact in the process. […]
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Utilise Plus Case Study: Whitgift Sports Club

Whitgift Sports Club, based in South Croydon, received a £5,000 Utilise Plus grant in December 2018 for their heating and hot water project. The Utilise Plus programme is funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) and helps small and medium sized enterprises to reduce their costs and environmental impact by saving energy. Whitgift offers […]
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Upcoming Events

  • 20/03/2019 8:00 amBusiness Networking Breakfast, Lewes
  • 10/04/2019 9:30 amSustainability Tour of the Waste House, Brighton
  • 16/04/2019 8:30 am'Reduce Single-Use' Networking Breakfast, Billingshurst
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