This privacy statement applies to the website operated by Gwynt BV, based in Esch, registered with the Chamber of Commerce with number 17205501.

We are required by law to inform you about what personal data Gwynt collects and processes through the use of this website and for what purposes we use this data. We are also required to inform you as a visitor about our cookie policy.

Privacy Policy

Gwynt respects the privacy of all visitors to its website, its (potential) customers and (potential) associates. Gwynt does not collect and process personal data unless you have knowingly provided it to us through the website, by email, verbally or otherwise, or when we obtain it through the analytical cookies we place on your device (anonymized). You can therefore visit our website anonymously (without providing personal data to Gwynt).

The personal data you share with Gwynt is kept confidential, lawfully processed and properly secured. The data will not be sold, traded or shared with parties that have nothing to do with Gwynt’s services. The processing of personal data is done in accordance with the requirements of the General Data Protection Regulation (effective date May 25, 2018).

Use of personal data

Gwynt only processes personal data that you provide to us yourself, or that is collected by us through the analytical cookies we place. When you contact Gwynt, Gwynt records the data you provide.

We use your data for the following purposes:

  • To send a newsletter
  • To contact you in response to a question or contact request
  • To inform you about changes to our services
  • To inform you about meetings and events
  • To be able to perform an agreement / service

We do not process the personal data you provide to us for purposes other than those stated in this privacy statement. Gwynt does not keep your data longer than strictly necessary to realize the purposes for which the data are processed.


In order to send our periodic newsletter to you, we ask you to fill in some information. The personal data you provide (name, organization and e-mail address) will be added to our mailing list at Mailchimp (headquartered in Atlanta, U.S.A.) after your approval. We have entered into a “Customer EU Data Processing Addendum” with Mailchimp in which they declare their compliance with applicable European privacy and data protection laws (AVG). Mailchimp handles the personal data in the mailing list confidentially. More information about Mailchimp’s cookies can be found in Mailchimp’s privacy policy.

You can unsubscribe from our mailing list at any time. In the footer of our newsletter you will always find an unsubscribe link and a link to your profile, where you can view, update, modify and delete your personal data. Gwynt stores your personal data in the aforementioned mailing list in principle as long as we send newsletters.

Third Parties

Gwynt only shares personal data with third parties under very strict conditions. We only share your personal data with third parties who process the data on our behalf. We enter into a processing agreement with these third parties that complies with current legislation (AVG). Furthermore, we only provide personal data to third parties when this is necessary in the context of the execution of an agreement between you and Gwynt, or if Gwynt is legally obliged to do so.


Gwynt has taken appropriate technical and organizational measures to prevent the loss or unlawful processing of personal data. We thus strive for an appropriate level of security. Only authorized staff / third parties have access to your personal data.

Gwynt concludes processing agreements with third parties who process your personal data on our behalf.

Cookie Policy

On this website, we use cookies to a limited extent. These are functional, analytical and tracking cookies.

Your Rights

Gwynt provides you with access to your personal data upon verification of your identity. You may submit a request to us to view, correct or delete your personal data. In the latter case, Gwynt will endeavor to comply with your request unless the personal data must be retained by operation of law or for legitimate business purposes.

You also have the right to withdraw or object to consent to the processing of your personal data. In some cases, you also have the right to data portability. This means that your personal data is transferable to you, or to a third party designated by you.

You can e-mail us a request to inspect, correct, delete or transfer your personal data, a request to withdraw your consent or object to the processing of your personal data. Before we can comply with your request, we must first verify your identity. We therefore request that you attach a copy of a valid identity document to the e-mail. In this copy, please mask off your passport photo and black out the passport number, your BSN and the strip of numbers at the bottom (which also contains your BSN). This information is privacy sensitive and you do not need to provide it to us. We will respond to your request as soon as possible and at the latest within four weeks.

You can of course also call or e-mail us if you are not satisfied with our handling of your personal data. You also have the option of submitting a complaint to the regulator, the Authority for Personal Data.


The terms in this privacy statement are subject to unannounced changes. Changes are effective as soon as they are published on this page. We therefore recommend that you check this statement regularly.

If you have any questions, complaints or requests, please contact us at telephone number +31 (0)411 602 778 and e-mail address

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