We are Global Bartending Ltd (“we” or “us”), a company registered in England and Wales. Our company registration number is 11129840 and our registered office is at 46-54 High Street, Ingatestone, Essex CM4 9DW.
For the purpose of the applicable Data Protection Legislation, we are the data controller of any personal data we process. As a data controller, we are responsible for ensuring our systems, processes, suppliers and People comply with Data Protection Legislation in relation to the personal data we handle.
We take Personal Data Breaches very seriously and are required to notify the Information Commissioner’s Office in the event of such a breach.
When using, collecting and disclosing personal data, we follow the key data protection principles.
We have policies, procedures and records to demonstrate compliance with the principles, as further detailed in our Data Protection Policy.
Generally, we collect your personal data when you interact with us (for example, when entering a relationship with us as Talent, a Client or one of our People). However, from time to time we also need to collect personal data from other third parties in connection with our relationship with you. We also look at how our users access and use our Website, so that we can offer the best possible experience. The following tables summarise how we collect, use and disclose your personal data:
Talent (including prospective Talent)
Clients (including prospective Clients)
Subscribers to our promotional material
Users of our Website
Personal data may be transferred to one of our Affiliate Talent Agencies for the purposes of fulfilling our obligations to our Talent and Clients. We also use a number of suppliers in connection with the operation of our business and they may have access to the personal data we process. For example, an IT supplier may see our personal data when providing software support, or a company which we use for a marketing campaign may process contacts’ personal data for us. When contracting with suppliers and/or transferring personal data to a different jurisdiction, we take appropriate steps to ensure that there is adequate protection in place and that the principles are adhered to.
Personal data must be processed in line with an individual’s rights, including the right to:
Our People must notify or inform Mr Dan Dove immediately if they receive a request in relation to personal data which the firm processes.
The Data Protection Legislation gives you the right to access information held about you. Your right of access can be exercised in accordance with the Data Protection Legislation (as applicable).
Information security is a key element of data protection. We take appropriate measures to secure personal data and protect it from loss or unauthorised disclosure or damage. Our policy and approach to information security is contained within our Data Protection Policy.
You should direct all complaints relating to how the firm has processed your personal data to Mr Dan Dove
Our People must inform Mr Dan Dove immediately if they receive a complaint relating to how we have processed personal data so our complaints procedure can be followed.
Date updated: Jan 2020.
Affiliate Talent Agencies: Talent agencies in jurisdictions outside of the UK who have either:
(a) engaged us to provide talent agency services on their behalf in the UK.; or
(b) been engaged by us to provide talent agency services on our behalf in a jurisdiction outside of the UK.
Clients: any person, business or other organisation who engages, or is looking to engage, the services of our Talent.
Controller: has the meaning given in applicable Data Protection Laws from time to time.
Data Protection Legislation: means;
People: all people providing services to or working for us, including but not limited to our employees, directors, members, and contractors.
Personal data: has the meaning given in applicable Data Protection Laws from time to time.
Personal Data Breach: has the meaning given in applicable Data Protection Laws from time to time.
Principles: the core data protection principles underlying the Data Protection Legislation, which specify personal data should be: processed lawfully, fairly and in a transparent manner; collected for specified, explicit and legitimate purposes; adequate, relevant and limited to what is necessary; accurate and, where necessary, kept up to date; kept for no longer than is necessary; processed in a manner that ensures appropriate security, including protection against unauthorised or unlawful processing and against accidental loss, destruction or damage, using appropriate technical or organisational measures. Additionally, organisations must adhere to the principal of accountability.
Process: the ‘processing’ of personal data captures a wide range of activities, and includes obtaining, recording and holding personal data and performing any operation of the personal data (including erasure/destruction).
Processor: has the meaning given in applicable Data Protection Laws from time to time.
Talent: talent who have engaged, or are looking to engage our talent agency services and are or are considering being, represented by us.
Third party: a person, organisation or other body other than the data subject, controller, processor and persons who, under the direct authority of the controller or processor, are authorised to process personal data.