Privacy & Cookie Policy


Kuzio Creative may change this policy from time to time by updating this page. This privacy and cookie policy is effective from 19/05/2019.


What information we collect about you

We collect information about you if you are / become a client, if you fill in our contact form and if you contact us directly. We also collect anonymous website analytics information using cookies.

We will collect information from you if you are a client. For example, your name, business name, address, email address, telephone number, invoices etc. We will also store information such as notes or details explaining what you’ve asked for and how we responded.

Contact Forms & Direct Email
If you fill in our contact form we will collect information such as your name, telephone number, email address and any messages you write to us.


What we do with the information we gather

We will only use the information you provide to us for 1) reasons which we have been given permission, 2) as necessary to deliver the Services you purchase or interact with and 3) as we might be required or permitted for legal compliance or other lawful purposes.

We use the information you provide to us for the following reasons:

  • Internal record keeping.
  • To contact/invoice you directly regarding ongoing jobs and our services.

Your data will be used internally by Kuzio Creative. We will only share personal information with any third party with the client’s prior consent. We will not sell, distribute or lease your personal information to third parties unless we have your permission.


How you can access, update or delete your data

You have a right to access your personal data. If you wish to update your information please contact us at If you want us to purge your personal data from our records, we will purge all data we hold which is no longer necessary for our legitimate business purposes or legal or contractual record keeping requirements.


How we secure, store and retain your data

Kuzio Creative will store and protect the personal data collected, both during transmission and once received and stored. We do have legal obligations to retain some customer information e.g. tax and/or accounting purposes and we will need to keep client details on file for longer periods if they appear on an invoice for example.

To ensure your information is safely stored:

  • Data will only be collected for a “specified, explicit and legitimate purpose”.
  • Data collected will be relevant, adequate and limited to efficient communication with clients.
  • Personal data will be accurate and kept up to date.
  • Personal data no longer required will be deleted.
  • Personal data will be held securely.


Linking to Third-Party Websites

We may publish a link on our website to a third-party website, perhaps to provide you with access to important information or another resource. We are not responsible, or liable, for the management, content or security of those third-party sites. We would actively encourage visitors to review any such site’s privacy policy before disclosing any personal information.


Google Analytics & Cookies

We use Google Analytics to help us understand how our website is being used so that we can improve how it functions. Google Analytics generates statistical information about how websites are found and used by using cookies.

A cookie is a small text file that is saved to the hard drive of your computer when you use a website. Our website uses Google analytics cookies to record anonymous information such as the number of visits to each page, how long each visit was, and where the visitor came from.

We may use cookies to:

  • anonymously track links you take to our website from other websites
  • anonymously track the number of times you visit particular pages

For more information about cookies generally and how they work, please see:

It is possible to stop accepting cookies through your web browsers settings. To find out more click the following link:


Finding out More About Your Rights under GDPR

You can find out more about your rights according to GDPR by visiting the Information Commissioner’s website (UK).