Privacy Policy

English guide to this policy

The translation below is generated in an automatic tool and give guidance to the information in Swedish on this page. In any legal matter it is the Swedish text that is of relevance.

Brandforsk’s privacy policy (also called a personal data policy) describes how and why we collect, use, disclose and store your personal data. You should always feel safe when you submit your personal data to us. Through our privacy policy, we want to show how we guarantee that your personal data is processed as required by law. You always have the right to:

  • Know what personal data we have stored about you
  • Request that it be corrected or deleted
  • Withdraw your consent in whole or in part


Brandforsk, corporate identity number 802481-0569, is responsible for all processing of personal data within Brandforsk’s operations.

What is personal data?

Any information that can be directly or indirectly linked to a physical, living person is considered personal data by law. For example, names, email addresses, photos, and IP addresses.

What personal data do we collect and why?


If you want to keep in touch with us and receive emails, information, invitations and news, we need your email. When you register, you also give your consent for us to send the mailing. You can choose to unsubscribe at any time.

Customer data

We only collect and store personal data from existing and prospective partners of various kinds that are necessary for us to fulfil our agreement. For example, information about the company, contact persons and how we reach them. We save the information for the duration of our cooperation and for up to 24 months after we have terminated the cooperation, unless the law requires a longer period of time.

Seminars, webinars, lectures and trainings

When you register for an event, we need your contact information to be able to send you a booking confirmation and other documents and to be able to carry out the event itself. We then only use the data for as long as required by the Accounting Act.

Recruitment and possible new employment

In order to be able to handle job applications, any new hires and our employees, we need personal data, such as name, email address, social security number and physical address.
When we hire new employees, we use the information to be able to carry out or complete the recruitment process. In legal language, it is stated that it is in our legitimate interest to retrieve the information in this context. We save recruitment documents for 24 months from the date of submission.

Employee data

Employee data is only used to fulfil our obligations under the employment contract and to comply with legal and collective bargaining agreements. We only save information about former employees in order to comply with legal requirements in the Accounting Act. Other data will be deleted.


Our website uses cookies. We use cookies mainly to improve and analyze your experience on our websites as well as for marketing purposes. We respect your right to privacy and you can choose not to allow cookies at any time. Blocking certain types of cookies may have a negative impact on the experience on the website and limit the services we can offer.


We use the statistics tool Google Analytics to measure and analyze traffic and user behavior on our site. By evaluating the information, we can develop the web content and our offer. We only use anonymised data in the analysis.


We also use a tag from Linkedin and Pixel from Meta. This serves as an analysis tool to be able to offer information/advertisements tailored to your own areas of interest from the social networks.

Film and photo

It may happen that we take photos when we have trainings, seminars. internal or external events to document and showcase things that happen in our business. The images can be published on our website or social channels such as LinkedIn. If you would like us to remove any photo of your appearance, please contact us at

Who has the data?

We have suppliers called personal data processors who help us with, for example, IT services, recruitment systems and sales tools. When necessary – and only then – we will share your personal data with them. For these suppliers, we have a data processing agreement that regulates that they only use the information in accordance with our instructions.

We may also need to share the data with government authorities as required by law.

Where do we process your data?

We have systems and internal processes in place to ensure that all the information we process is protected from unauthorized access. Only those employees who need access to the personal data we store.
Our goal is to process your personal data within the EU/EEA, but even if any of our suppliers are established or store information in other countries, we only share your personal data on a strictly need-based basis.

Where do we collect your personal data from?

In addition to the personal data you provide to us, we may receive information that is publicly available from third parties such as LinkedIn to manage recruitment processes. In these situations, we will notify you and you will have to consent to us storing the information.

Changes to the Privacy Policy (Privacy Policy)

We may need to make changes to our policy due to, for example, changes in law, directives, regulations or court practice over which we have no control. You can always find the latest version on

Information, correction and deletion

You have the right to access the personal data we process and store about you. You can also correct, supplement and delete data that is not required for legal reasons. If you want a register extract, you need to send your request as a physical letter to us as we need your signature.

Please be aware that in some cases we may not be able to delete your personal data directly for legal reasons.


If you want to get in touch with us about your personal data, you are welcome to email or call us at the numbers we provide on