Focal Strategy Privacy Policy

This privacy policy sets out how we use and protects any information that you give Focal Strategy when you use this website.

Focal Strategy is committed to ensuring that your privacy is protected. Should we ask you to provide certain information by which you can be identified when using this website, then you can be assured that it will only be used in accordance with this privacy statement.

In fact we do not collect any personal data now via this website.

Focal Strategy may change this policy from time to time by updating this page. You should check this page from time to time to ensure that you are happy with any changes. This policy is effective from May 2012 and was revised in May 2018.

What we collect & What We Do With The Information

We do not use any forms on the website and we do not collect any personal data. If you email us with an enquiry, any information sent will never be shared with a 3rd party without your permission. Your email address and enquiry details may be kept on our email server (Google) for Focal Strategy to contact you for the purposes of addressing your enquiry only.


All information both to and from our website is encrypted and is sent via HTTPS.


A small number of cookies are set by us (from our web server). These cookies are necessary for the website to run and cover security measures and website navigation. They are benign and are the only cookies that are necessary for the website to work.

Links to other websites

Any links on our site to other sites were chosen carefully when the link was created. As time goes on it is possible that those sites may change ownership and hence the content on them. A link on our site does not necessarily represent an endorsement of the content on those sites.

Controlling your information - Your Rights

If you want to check whether we have your information or not, in order to add, amend or remove your details or to exercise any of your rights, please contact us at [email protected].

If you need more information, or are not clear on any of the above points, please don't hesitate to contact us!

You have the right to access information we hold about you

This includes the right to ask us supplementary information about:

  • the categories of data we’re processing
  • the purposes of data processing
  • the categories of third parties to whom the data may be disclosed
  • how long the data will be stored (or the criteria used to determine that period)
  • your other rights regarding our use of your data

We will provide you with the information within one month of your request, unless doing so would adversely affect the rights and freedoms of other (e.g. another person’s confidentiality or intellectual property rights). We’ll tell you if we can’t meet your request for that reason.

You have the right to make us correct any inaccurate personal data about you

Please just get in touch if you would like us correct any of your data.

You can object to us using your data for profiling you or making automated decisions about you

It is very unlikely, but we may use your data to determine whether we should let you know information that might be relevant to you (for example, tailoring emails to you based on your behaviour or enquiries). We currently have no intention of doing this.

You have the right to port your data to another service

We will give you a copy of your data in CSV or JSON so that you can provide it to another service. If you ask us and it is technically possible, we will directly transfer the data to the other service for you. We will not do so to the extent that this involves disclosing data about any other individual.

You have the right to be ‘forgotten’ by us

You can do this by asking us to erase any personal data we hold about you, if it is no longer necessary for us to hold the data for purposes of your contact with us..

You have the right to lodge a complaint regarding our use of your data

Please tell us first, so we have a chance to address your concerns. If we fail in this, you can address any complaint to the UK Information Commissioner’s Office, either by calling their helpline or as directed on their website at