Privacy Policy

The Ostrobothnia Chamber of Commerce is committed to protecting the privacy of its service users and complying with data protection and other laws as well as good data protection and security practices in its operations. Our online services may contain links to other companies’ websites or services that have their own separate privacy policies from the Ostrobothnia Chamber of Commerce.

We strive to learn the needs of our members and other users and to create services that are of interest to them. The data we handle may be divided into:

  • Data provided by the user
  • Data collected from public sources such as the trade register or other publicly available sources
  • Data collected through the use of our services
  • Data derived through analytics.

We use the data we collect for carrying out tasks intended in the Chamber of Commerce Act (1 November 2002/878), providing easy-to-use, secure, and personalized services, improving the customer experience, developing more targeted marketing and efficient customer service.

This privacy statement describes the practices of the Ostrobothnia Chamber of Commerce for collecting and processing personal data. “Personal data” means data that can be associated with a particular person.

Familiarise yourself with the privacy policy: “Privacy policy concerning the members, customers, potential customers and stakeholders of the Ostrobothnia Chamber of Commerce“. This privacy policy also serves as a record of processing activities and information document required by the Personal Data Act.

By using our services, the user accepts the terms of this privacy policy. If the user does not agree to these terms, the user has no right to use our services.

We update our privacy policy as our services evolve or legislation changes. Our current privacy policy can be found on this page.