UKPBC collects and maintains a variety of personally identifiable information, including names, email addresses, phone numbers, payment information, business addresses, information such as the local authority area or industry sector of the business and details of UKPBC services the users may be interested in. UKPBC collects information directly from individuals or from the parent businesses of the individuals. The information could be collected through e-mails, phone calls, online registration forms, event registration forms and face to face meetings. UKPBC does not collect personal data about individuals except when there is a legitimate business requirement.

Users should also be aware that non-personal information and data may be automatically collected through the standard operation of UKPBC’s web servers, and by the use of cookies technology and/or Internet Protocol (IP) address tracking. Non-personal identification information might include the browser used by you, the type of computer, the operating systems, internet service providers, and other similar information. UKPBC’s web server also automatically gathers information about the viewed, visited pages and links on our website, time spent on pages, downloads, keywords used offsite to lead customers to our website, your internet protocol (IP) address, information collected via cookies, the areas you visit on the website and the links you may select from within the website to other external websites. The information thus collected enables us to develop and customise our services better to meet your needs and preferences, and to bring to your attention any new member services, events, networking opportunities and training courses.