Established in 1995, Winning Moves Ltd undertakes research and evaluation for government, publicly funded and other organisations. We primarily operate as a Data Processor – however, on occasion, we may operate as Data Controller (either singularly or joint) depending on the nature of our work.
- Company number | 03069806
- Address | Baskerville House, Centenary Square, Birmingham, B1 2ND
- Phone | 0121 285 3800
- Email | email@example.com
- Information Commissioner Office Registration no | Z6399957
Our commitment to your Privacy
Winning Moves Ltd takes your privacy very seriously and we are committed to protecting your personal information and the information you provide whilst conducting research with us. Please read this Privacy Notice carefully and contact us with any questions.
We are committed to meeting the following laws, codes and standards:
- The EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
- Data Protection Act 1998
- Market Research Society’s (MRS) Code of Conduct
- ISO 20252 – the International Quality Standard for Market, Opinion and Social Research
As a Market Research Society Company Partner, you can trust that your personal information will be treated with respect, and it will only be used for the purposes that we have informed you about. It is not our aim to sell or promote anything. We conduct market research using scientific methods and we commit, in obtaining your co-operation, not to mislead you about the nature of the research or how the findings will be used. Your responses will be treated as confidential unless you consent to being identified.
You can verify that we are a bona fide market research consultancy by contacting the Market Research Society (MRS) on freephone 0500 396 999.
Winning Moves Ltd processes personal data for the purposes of undertaking independent research and evaluation. This is most often on behalf of another/other organisation(s), when they have a need for their research to be conducted independently, or because we have specific expertise or resource that is required. However, on occasion Winning Moves also conducts its own research.
Information we collect
Unless specified otherwise, you will have been invited to take part in research through one of the following routes:
- You have a relationship with our client or their partner(s) and they have provided us with your details for the purpose of conducting this research;
- We have purchased your contact details from a third party, such as a legitimate database provider or a market research panel company, who have permission to sell us your details for the purpose of conducting research;
- Your details have been made publicly available (e.g. your work email address is on your company website).
We will only collect or store personal data about you that is relevant to the purpose of the particular survey / research exercise you have participated in.
- Personal data includes your name, address, email address or telephone number.
- Personal data could also include (but is not limited to) where you work, information about your age and gender, image and / or voice (if captured through photography, filming, audio recording) and health.
- Personal data could also include (but is not limited to) information you provide relating to your opinions, attitudes, experiences, perceptions and use of specified products of services.
How we look after your information
We will protect the confidentiality of your information in accordance with our normal data handling procedures and all legal requirements. We will not use it for any purposes other than those which are set out in the surveys and in this Notice. We are committed to keeping personal data secure and take all reasonable technical and organisational measures to protect personal data from loss, misuse or alteration. Only authorised Winning Moves employees and contractors or partners carrying out authorised business functions are allowed to access data held by us.
How we use your information
The information we collect, which may include your personal data, will be used in the following ways:
- For market and social research purposes: this includes carrying out analysis and producing reports on behalf of the client who has commissioned the survey;
- For quality control purposes: we may telephone you to validate your responses;
- To provide you with survey research results (if you request them when offered);
- To provide you with incentives (if relevant);
- Provided you have given consent, to recontact you about follow-up research.
Results will usually be reported back to our clients in an anonymised and aggregated format. If our client wishes personal data to be provided (including attribution), we will ask for specific consent for this.
The legal bases used for processing your personal information
The GDPR requires us to rely on one or more lawful bases to process your personal information. This will vary on a project by project basis, but we consider the bases below to be relevant:
- Where you have provided your consent for us to use your personal information in a specific way. For example: you have consented to take part in a survey; or you have consented to us sending you an incentive; or you have consented to us attributing your opinion to the client. Informed consent is always collected by way of an affirmative action such as selecting ‘next’ to continue with a survey, a recorded verbal agreement when taking part in an interview, or an agreement in writing indicating that you would like to proceed with the research.
- Where there is a legitimate interest in us doing so if it is reasonably necessary to achieve ours or our clients’ legitimate interests (as long as that processing is fair, balanced and does not unduly impact on your rights). For example: there might be a legitimate interest in our client using us to conduct research with you where they have an interest in making sure their services and policies are effective.
Where do we process and store your information?
We mainly store and process your information within the European Economic Area (EEA), unless you are invited to participate in an online survey, for which we typically use Survey Monkey whose servers are based in USA. In this, and any other occasions where your information needs to be transferred outside of the EEA, we only do so to countries which have been determined by the European Commission to have adequate levels of data protection (e.g. USA which is covered by the EU / US Privacy Shield).
How long do we keep your personal information for?
The length of time we hold your personal information varies depending upon the type of information and its use. We will hold your personal information on our systems only for as long as necessary to provide research services to our clients, and will anonymise data where possible, securely deleting personal data associated with it at the earliest possible point.
What are your rights?
Co-operation in research is voluntary at all times regardless of what the survey is about or who our client is. You are entitled at any stage to ask that your personal data, or part or all of the record of your survey responses, be destroyed or deleted and we will carry out such a request. This can be requested during the interview itself or afterwards. You have the right to access any personal data that we process relating to you. We may ask for verification of your identity before releasing any information to you.
You also have the right to lodge complaints about data protection issues with the information Commissioners Office – https://ico.org.uk
Our privacy Notice
We may revise or update this Notice from time to time to reflect changes in our activities, or for other purposes. Any updates will be posted on this page. Please revisit this policy each time you consider providing us with personal information. This Notice was last updated in February 2020.
To contact us about any aspect of this Notice, or to exercise your data rights, please write to firstname.lastname@example.org.Edit