We care about your privacy.

We — the NON MARKETING COMMUNICATION company — are committed to protecting your privacy rights in the online world and dedicated to acting in a transparent way when it comes to the technologies that it uses in its work.

The safety of your personal data is extremely important to us. Therefore, we have decided to put in place the appropriate physical, electronic, and managerial procedures and take the necessary technical and organisational measures to protect the data that we collect.
Below, we will explain all you need to know about protecting your privacy while browsing our website. These are the main subjects:
  1. Who is the data controller
  2. Which data do we collect
  3. Type of personal data we process
  4. Purposes, legal basis and possible consequences of non-provision of personal data
  5. Who can receive your data
  6. Transfers of personal data to third countries
  7. For how long we keep your data
  8. Know your rights
  9. We can change this policy
  10. How you can contact us

1. Who is the data controller

The company NON MARKETING COMMUNICATION, a limited liability company for consulting, with its registered office in Zagreb, Tadije Smičiklasa 19, registered in the Company Registry of the Commercial Court in Zagreb under company’s registration number: 081351315, PIN: 74154538539
hereinafter referred to as “we” or “us“

We inform you [in accordance with Articles 12, 13 and 14 of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) related to the information] about:

  • the identity of the data controller (the person responsible for the processing of personal data, hereinafter referred to as “Data Controller”),
  • the identity of the data recipients (the persons to whom data are forwarded in accordance with the contract and legal provisions, hereinafter referred to as “Data Recipients”),
  • the type of personal data that we process, the purposes for which they are used and the period of storing your personal data.

In the sense of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), we act as the Data Controller, and the aim of this Privacy Policy (hereinafter referred to as “Policy”) is to provide insight into our procedures concerning the collection and processing of personal data and to state the terms of use of our website.

2. Which data do we collect

2.1. Cookies
What are cookies?

They are small text files that are stored on a computer or a mobile device when the person visits a certain website. With cookies, a website remembers your actions and preferences (such as your sign-in, language, font size, and other display-related preferences) over time, so you don't have to re-enter them every time you visit the website or while you browse various websites.

We use cookies to collect statistical data about the website visitors and record information about your preferences while you browse our website. The purpose behind our use of cookies is to optimise and improve the use of our website for you as its visitor.

To ensure the proper operation of our website, we sometimes store small data files, also known as cookies, on your devices. The majority of other big websites also use cookies. 

How do we use cookies?
Types of cookies and their purpose

Strictly necessary / technical cookies — these cookies are essential so we could set up our websites for you to browse them and access them in the way that you have requested. For example, these cookies allow us to recognise that you have created an account and signed in in order to access the content on our website. They also include cookies that allow us to remember your previous actions in the same browsing session and to ensure our websites.

Analytical / performance cookies — they are used by us or by third-party service providers to analyse the way in which the websites are used and the way in which they operate. For example, these cookies track which websites are the most visited and the locations of our visitors. If you subscribe to the newsletter or otherwise register on the website, a correlation can be established between you as the user and these cookies. For example, these cookies include the cookies of the web analytics service Google Analytics.

Functionality (preferences) cookies —These allow us to manage our websites in accordance with your choices and preferences. They allow us to “remember” the choices you have made between visits to our websites. For example, the cookies will remember the way in which you have adjusted the website and its services. These changes can be related to adjusting the font size, language settings, as well as other parts of the website that can be changed and they can offer you the same adjustments when you visit this website in the future.

We use cookies to collect statistical data about the website visitors and record information about your preferences while you browse our website. The purpose behind our use of cookies is to optimise and improve the use of our website for you as its visitor.

We use the following types of cookies:

  • Persistent cookies. We use these to optimise and improve your experience of using our website. This includes recording your acceptance of our Cookie Policy in order to get rid of the cookie message that appears for the first time when you use the website.
  • Session cookies. They are temporary and they are deleted from your device right after you close your browser. We use session cookies to follow your interactions with various websites while you are online and we do it in the aforementioned way.

You can refuse to accept the cookies on your browser by activating the appropriate preference on your browser. However, if you choose this preference, you might not be able to access certain parts of the website. If you did not adjust your browser settings to reject cookies, our system will issue cookies when you direct your browser to our website.

The data collected through our website and/or through cookies that can be stored on your computer shall not be stored only for the period of time necessary to achieve the purpose mentioned above. In any case, such information shall not be stored for a period longer than one year.

How are cookies managed?

Cookies can be managed and/or deleted any time you wish to do so. You can find more information regarding this matter by clicking the following link: aboutcookies.org.  You can delete all cookies that are already stored on your computer, and the settings on majority of browsers allow you to block the storage of cookies. If you choose to block cookies, you may need to manually adjust some of your preferences each time you visit the website, and certain services and features may not be available.

2.2. Job vacancy

We process the personal data of candidates who apply for our job vacancy and store this information until the final completion of the job vacancy.

After the completion of the job vacancy, we store the personal data of the selected candidates with whom we enter into an employment contract and the data of the candidates who have given their consent for their data to be kept in the databases for up to 2 (two) years after applying for the vacancy.

Only authorised persons, bound by a confidentiality agreement, have access to the personal data of the candidates, and they process and analyse job applications for the purpose of contacting the candidate and possible employment.

2.3. Social media

We have access to personal information of our contacts that are posted on social media, such as their name and surname, company, likes, comments, connection requests, messages, and memberships in certain groups.

We use social media to answer possible inquiries from related parties and to inform the users of a certain social media platform about news related to our work.

2.4. Business cooperation

If you are our business partner or you are in some other contractual relationship with us, we process your personal data that are necessary for the purpose of concluding, implementing and performing our contractual obligations. 

In most cases, we cooperate with business entities and processes personal data of natural persons only to a small extent. This may include personal data such as the person’s name and surname, address, PIN and contact information. Providing your personal data in this case is a necessary requirement for establishing a contractual relationship. We store the data for the entire term of our cooperation as well as after its termination in the period required by our legal obligations.

We store the data and destroy the documentation in accordance with the regulations governing the protection of personal data. 

During the course of a business relationship with its business partners, we may get an insight into certain situations or find out confidential information. We shall not, without the explicit consent of the Client, share this information with any third parties, except for the team members working on projects for the Client because this information was meant to be disclosed to them, that is, they must be aware of this information for the proper provision of services. We shall also take the necessary precautions in order to preserve the confidentiality of this information.

Furthermore, we shall not put the Client as a reference without the Client’s explicit prior written consent. 

3. Type of personal data we process

We collect and process personal data about you (for example, information that can directly or indirectly lead to your identification, especially using identifiers such as your name, surname, academic title, professional title, PIN, date of birth, address, telephone, e-mail, IP address (hereinafter referred to as "Personal Data"), in the following cases:

  • when you are our business partner;
  • when you contact us via our contact form or e-mail;
  • when you ask us to send you an offer in relation to our services;
  • when we process data in accordance with our legal obligations; 
  • when we process your job application;
  • when you visit our website and use certain its functionalities. We shall not collect any of your Personal Data if you do not provide it to us voluntarily, except for certain Personal Data collected through information systems and programmes used for the operation our website, the transfer of which is necessary for the use of internet communication protocols and we shall not require you to provide more information than necessary for the performance of a certain activity. If you do not want to provide any Personal Data to our company (other than the Personal Data related to the use of internet communication protocols that are usually collected when you visit a certain website), you will still be able to access our website, but you will not be able to use the contact form, send us a job application or contact us in any other way.

4. Purposes, legal basis and possible consequences of non-provision of personal data

When you provide us with your Personal Data, we shall restrict the processing of Personal Data to strictly match the purpose for which it was collected, in accordance with the terms of this Policy. The processing of your Personal Data includes the following:

  • taking certain steps pursuant to your request prior to entering into an agreement (for example: replying to questions and comments, fulfilling requests, sending offers, receiving offers, communicating with you (our clients), processing open applications or standard job applications);
  • performance of the contract in which you are one of the contracting parties (for example: provision of services, provision of access to certain areas and features on the website);
  • investigating suspected fraud, harassment, physical threat or other violations of any laws, rules or regulations, website rules or third-party rights or investigating any suspicious behaviour that we consider indecent;
  • compliance with the legal obligation to which we are subject;
  • collection of data for the purposes of or in connection with legal proceedings or the exercise of legal rights;
  • conducting data analysis or delivering communication messages via electronic tools (e-mail, social media), whether automated or not, in accordance with the relevant legal basis, based on a legitimate interest or the given consent of the respondents.
  • you may withdraw your acceptance in the same way it was given

5. Who can receive your data

Your Personal Data may be disclosed, in close connection with the above-mentioned purposes, to the following subjects:

  • entities responsible for sending mail and e-mails, removing duplicate information from the list of service recipients, analysing data and providing support, providing customer services, and entities who typically process Personal Data on our behalf as processors, such as cloud service providers;
  • entities responsible for the maintenance of our information systems;
  • entities responsible for the provision of accounting services, which are subject to an appropriate contractual obligation of confidentiality;
  • persons responsible for the processing of Personal Data, who were authorised by us and who are subject to an appropriate legal obligation of confidentiality (our employees);
  • our associates, who are subject to an appropriate contractual obligation of confidentiality;
  • relevant services and public authorities when required by applicable law or in good faith (for example, in order to comply with certain legal provisions or during legal proceedings, in order to protect and defend our rights or property or, in urgent circumstances, in order to protect the personal safety of our clients or the public);
  • business partners for their needs, only in accordance with the relevant legal bases.
  • to the potential investor for purposes of conducting due diligence of the company

6. Transfers of personal data to third countries

We do not transfer Personal Data to third countries. 

7. For how long we keep your data

We shall process your Personal Data only for the period of time necessary to achieve the purposes described in this Policy or permitted in accordance with the applicable laws. 

8. Know your rights

In accordance with and to the extent permitted by applicable law, you have the right to request the following from our company: access to your Personal Data, transfer of your personal data and rectification or erasure of Personal Data or restriction of processing in connection with your Personal Data.

You can also object to any processing activities and lodge a complaint with a competent supervisory authority (in Croatia: The Croatian Personal Data Protection Agency). You also have the right to know the identity of the Data Recipients or categories of Data Recipients to whom your Personal Data has been disclosed or shall be disclosed in the future.

9. We can change this policy

We reserve the right to change or update this Policy at any given time and without prior notice. Please, check periodically for any changes or updates in our Policy, which shall be published here, on our website, and which shall contain the updated effective date on the first page of the Policy in case that any changes or updates are made to it.

10. How you can contact us

If you have any questions or comments regarding the Policy of our website, you can contact us via our online form, which is available at nmc.co/contact, or you can reach us by e-mail silvio@nmc.co or by phone +385912343282.