Privacy policy

1. Register Controller

2. Name of the register opt-in customers register for newsletter campaigns and other relatable marketing activities.

3. The purpose of the register can use the data stored in the register in connection with its newsletter campaigns and other related marketing activities targeting its customers that have opted-in and those whose work is related to topics included in such activities.

4. Content of the register

The register includes contact information related to marketing activities and other prospect relationships. The following contact data may be stored in the register:

  • Name
  • E-mail address
  • Telephone number
  • Any information sent through our contact forms

5. Regular sources of information

Personal data is collected from the data subjects themselves or from publicly available resources by or its representative in connection with the mutual or prospected co-operation. Maintaining personal data is done by’s personnel mostly manually, but in some cases automatically.

6. Regular destinations and transfer of data

The personal data is not transferred outside unless specifically agreed upon the transfer with the data subject, or unless Finnish public authorities so demand. In general, the data will not be transferred to countries outside European Union or European Economic Area, unless specifically agreed upon the transfer with the data subject.

7. Removal of personal data

Any personal data concerning an individual may be removed according to the request of the individual in concern. Such requests are assigned to the e-mail address mentioned in sections 1 and 2.

8. The principles for the security of the data file and register

The security of the data files complies with Finnish law and’s data protection practices. The personal data will be processed only by specified employees, and access to the digital register is solely trusted to employees who are required to know the personal data due to e.g. their work tasks (need-to-know basis).

9. Data Subjects’ Rights

An individual is entitled to have access to the registration data concerning him or her in the register at any time without pretext. An individual is also entitled to forbid the release of any his or her personal data for the purposes of direct advertising and other related activities.

10. Cookies

Cookie management

This site uses cookies. We use cookies and other similar technologies (e.g. pixels and tags) on our website, hereinafter collectively referred to as “cookies”. Cookies are small text files that are stored on your terminal device, such as a computer, tablet or phone, when you use websites. Cookies contain strings that make it possible to perform functions and remember your interaction with the sites. The purpose of cookies is not to damage your terminal device, and they do not read other data from your device’s hard drive or spread viruses. Information can be stored in cookies during the use of an online service or a visit to the website and also between them.

The so-called first-party cookies are those of the website displayed in the address bar or set by another party at the request of the site. In addition to these, our services can use so-called cookies from third parties, such as advertising networks, measurement and tracking service providers, advertising technology providers and social media services. The data processing conditions of the respective social media service provider always apply to processing in connection with social media services.

What are cookies used for?

Cookies and other similar technologies enable many functionalities typical of modern websites. Cookies are commonly used on public and commercial websites and are part of the safe, efficient and user-friendly functionality of electronic services.

We use cookies to make our services even better, to show more relevant advertising, and to customize the contents of services and marketing messages.

Clearing cookies

The user can clear the cookie history from the settings of their web browser. In this case, the identifier set in the browser and the online behavior profile based on it will be removed. The procedure does not prevent new cookies from being stored in the browser.

Blocking cookies

The user can completely block the use of cookies in the web browser. In most browsers, the configuration is done in the browser’s privacy protection settings. The measure prevents all cookies from being stored and may result in not all website functionality being used.


In many web browsers, it is possible to block cookies from third parties. In this case, the browser only allows cookies that come directly from the web service being used. The procedure is done from the browser settings (blocks all third-party cookies).