Privacy policy

Bleiker Consulting Ltd. only uses personal data for its own purposes and does not pass it on to third parties. Bleiker Consulting Ltd. has its own database and administrates its addresses itself.

Usage Data

You can access our website without having to give personal details. When you visit our website, our internet servers register non-personal usage data. The logfiles provide information on your IP address, the page visited last, the browser software used, date, time and the file accessed. We evaluate this data anonymously in-house in order to recognise trends, generate statistics and to improve our online offering. In doing this, we pay strict attention that usage data is not linked to personal data.

Personal Data

When using certain services on our website, you may be requested to give personal details.

If you decide to provide us with personal details for particular purposes, we handle this information in accordance with the current Data Protection Act. Bleiker Consulting Ltd. agrees to use personal data with care, i.e. only for the given purpose.

You can correct the data you have provided us with or have it deleted. You can also choose not to provide contact details (especially regarding e-mail). Deletion of data, or the deactivation of a registration, does not occur automatically. This must be requested. Such requests can only be considered in writing (e-mail, fax or post) and not via telephone.


Bleiker Consulting Ltd. accepts no liability for the relevance, correctness or completeness of the information and data made available. This also applies for all other websites referred to by hyperlink whether directly or indirectly. Bleiker Consulting Ltd. is not responsible for the content of external websites.

Right to Information

As described in the Data Protection Act, you have the right to know whether we record your personal data and, if so, which data. You also have the right to correct incorrect details. In order that this information does not reach the hands of third parties, it must be requested in writing, enclosing a copy of the proof of identity of the person concerned.