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Botany Bay BEC Privacy Policy

This privacy policy explains how we collect personal information and how we maintain, use and disclose that information. It also provides some detail about your privacy rights along with our general rights and obligations and our policy in relation to the personal information we keep on record.

The information below will specify in more detail how any information about you may be used and disclosed in relation to the particular product or service that the Botany Bay Business Enterprise Centre provides to you.

This privacy policy does not apply to parties that may be linked or associated with our services or website. These third parties are responsible for the privacy of the information they collect and should be contacted directly for details of their privacy policies.

What information does Botany Bay BEC hold?

The types of information we keep on record will depend on the type of service that the Botany Bay BEC provides to you.

Small Business Advisory Services

The business advisory service provided by Botany Bay BEC are low cost but high value. To ensure the service meets the needs of NSW small business people, the Botany BEC from time to time may audit and monitor the Government funded service provided.

Accordingly, we are required to collect the names and contact details of clients who are provided business advisory services. These contact details may at some time in the future be provided to the Department for monitoring purposes. No other details concerning your business such as business proposals, financial information, etc will be given to the government or any other person or entity.

Membership of the Botany Bay BEC

We ask all members to complete an Application of Membership which includes contact information, industry and company details.

The purpose for this information is to keep you as a member of the Botany Bay BEC informed of events, information and other services provided by the Botany Bay BEC.

This information is included in the Botany Bay BEC Business Directory of Members for the use of Members only. This publication is confidential. This publication is designed to provide a reference to Members, of the goods and services provided by other Members. If you do not wish to be included in the Business Directory of Members, you will need to tell us so in writing.

How Botany Bay BEC collects information from its website

We collect and hold information about you when you:

  • Complete an on-line enquiry form
  • Provide us with your email address; or
  • Access and use the resources on-line provided by us

We also collect some statistical information about visitors, from our website (for example the number of visitors, pages viewed, time on-line and documents downloaded), but none of this statistical information we collect allows us to identify a visitor. We use this information to evaluate our website performance and continually improve our services.

Other than statistical information, we do not collect any information about you through our website unless you provide the information to us.

How may Botany Bay BEC use your information

We use the information provided to us to:

  • Respond to your request.
  • Effectively manage and administer all services we provide to you, (for example we may use your email address to communicate with you about upcoming events, training, information and the services we provide to you).
  • To report Government agencies who fund the services you are receiving from us.

When we request your information we may give more specific details about the way we use your information. 

Access to your information

You can request access at any time to personal information we hold about you. We will process your request within a reasonable time, usually within 14 days. 

Botany Bay Business Enterprise Centre
A.B.N. 87 003 435 701
Address: 21a Dalley Avenue, Pagewood NSW 2035
Telephone: 02 9316 5877
Email:bizinfo@botanybec.com.au
 

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