Quartz Business Media Ltd (QBM) is a UK-based media company specialising in business-to-business events and publications. QBM is a member of the Association of Event Organisers and is committed to protecting the privacy of its customers. If you are an exhibitor at one of our events and would like advice on how to collect and manage data collected at our events please see Facetime for further information.
We reserve the right to access and disclose individually identifiable information to comply with applicable laws and lawful government requests, to operate our systems properly and to protect our customers and ourselves. We are not responsible for the content or the privacy policies of publications other than our own that may be mentioned.
If you are visiting one of our events and are given a badge with a barcode or contactless technology, you will be notified at the point of registration. Please understand that by choosing to allow your badge to be scanned by an exhibitor, sponsor or speaker when at the event, you will be providing the exhibitor, sponsor or speaker with your personal data. Please be aware that the person scanning your badge may transfer this data outside of the European Economic Area and that we cannot be responsible for the way they use of manage this data.
We will also have official photographers and videographers who will record elements of the event. This material will used for promotional purposes. By attending one of our trade events, it is possible that your image may be used within our promotional material and on social media by other attendees. This does not affect your privacy rights; however, you may consider whether you want to enter the event knowing that elements will be recorded and used for a range of purposes.
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