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SCCE Privacy Policy

Privacy Policy

Last updated May 2018

This Privacy Policy set out below is compliant with GDPR and shows how and why we process personal data. The privacy of our members is extremely important to us and we have designed this policy to make it as simple as possible for you to stay informed and confident about how your information is processed. This policy will be updated regula

Who are “we”?

The Swedish Chamber of Commerce in Estonia (SCCE), registered company number 80010024, is a non-profit organisation devoted to promoting trade between Sweden and the Estonia. The SCCE is a membership organisation focused on networking with approximately 130 company members. The SCC’s main forums for networking are through events, e-newsletters and its magazine -  Focus.

If you have any questions in relation to this privacy policy or how we use your personal data they should be emailed to or addressed to Swedish Chamber of Commerce in Estonia, Pikk 28, Tallinn.

What personal data do we collect?

The SCC primarily collects information directly from its member company representative or others who have expressed interest in the organisation. The information collected is solely contact details such as names, telephone numbers, emails and addresses. The personal data is collected in order for us to provide the services that our member companies pay for and to make communications as simple and easy as possible. We collect personal data in connection with activities such as membership registration requests; upon signing up for the newsletter; when a main contact leaves the firm; and when collaborating on or participating at one of our events. The information is most often collected from the data subject themselves through email, phone, face to face or by post. If not collected from the data subject, data is collected via referral from their colleagues or from their website. We do not collect any sensitive personal data.

 How do we use your information?

Our processing is used for direct marketing and to uphold a relevant and appropriate relationship with our members and potential members according to what you would reasonably expect. We use your information to provide services that you have at some point expressed interest in. These services include but are not limited to event invitations, newsletters, special deals from other members, introductions to possible collaborators and possibilities for exposure within the network through sponsorship, features or adverts. Most of the time, the data is used to service our memberships and to inform our members of how they can get involved in future activities. We do this by either emailing or phoning our members and they can simply ask to not continue receiving the information if they wish to do so. .

We are very aware of protecting the data of our members and thus never share it with any third parties.

 Why do we collect your information?

The reason we collect your information is because you decided to become a member or requested information from us in another matter. Thus, we keep your data in order to perform services of which you have expressed an interest. These could be special offers and partnership proposals to name a few. 



According to the GDPR, you have a right to receive a copy of the personal information that we hold about you (right of access) and how we use your personal information (right to be informed). You also have the right to amend any information that is not correct (right of rectification) as well as the right to ask us to stop using your information (right to restrict processing). If you want, you can ask us to remove any or all personal information from our records (right to be ‘forgotten’) and to object to any processing in marketing purposes (right to object).

Please note that although our site may contain links to websites of our partners, we can not accept liability for their privacy policies and please make sure to read them before submitting any personal data.

How to opt out of receiving messages from the SCCE

To stop receiving our newsletters, you can simply click the unsubscribe button and write "Unsubscribe" as  a subject.  To stop receiving direct contact (postal or telephone), please contact us with information about what you wish to opt out of. If you have an active membership, we advise you to not unsubscribe to all information as that would mean missed opportunities on your end.


Kristiina Sikk
SCCE Ombudsman





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