Information we collect
With your permission, SkillQ, Inc. collects personally identifiable information about you, such as your name, phone number, and email address. This may occur when we come into contact with you, such as at conferences or via a client relationship. We also collect data when you fill out a contact form or leave a comment, whether on our company website, social media, or other channels.
How we use the information we collect
We use this information to contact potential, former and current clients who have a legitimate interest in our services. This includes email, telephone, and postal marketing. Check below to see how we define Legitimate Interest.
How we share your personally identifiable information
SkillQ, Inc. does not and will never rent or sell your personally identifiable information to any 3rd party.
How we define Legitimate Interest
SkillQ, Inc. considers legitimate interest to apply to five criteria. In order for SkillQ to store your personally identifiable information, you must meet at least one of these five criteria:
Storage and Processing
The data collected by SkillQ, Inc. may be stored on internal databases or our CRM. We will store data for a maximum of 10 years from the most recent interaction with the individual. If you wish to see, change, or remove the data which SkillQ, Inc. has collected, or to request additional information, email us at email@example.com.
Our website is built on WordPress. The ‘cookies’ used on our website are for general analytical purposes – we use Google analytics and WordPress analytical tools. WordPress also creates cookies for logged in users and commenters for preferences (such as account name and language) and verification. This is not personally identifiable data. Casual visitors to our website are not required to login and therefore are unaffected by the deeper WordPress cookies.
We have no direct control over cookies created by third party websites accessed through our website. Due to this, cookies may be used by these websites to track online activity.
WordPress also collects performance cookies on how users interact with our website including number of visitors and page views, to enhance the user experience.