Consensus Economics is devoted to meeting clients’ expectations on the quality and timeliness of its surveys and keeping the costs of our publications and data services affordable. Since our first survey in 1989, we have never missed a survey date.
To control costs, we work with simplified client agreements, and we avoid the burden of bureaucratic form filling. We also work to reduce the risks associated with cyber attacks and their potential to compromise the personal details of our clients and their staffs.
To achieve transparency, we describe our business and illustrate our survey methodology on our website, and we provide PDF files showing selected survey results. These are free for clients to download and print.
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Consensus Economics Inc is a management-owned company incorporated in Delaware in the United States in 1989. The UK branch is registered for VAT in the United Kingdom and its VAT number is GB 524 7977 10. Our registered branch postal address is Consensus Economics Inc., 53 Upper Brook Street, London W1K 2LT, United Kingdom.
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Consensus Economics Inc. (CE) collects economic data, forecasts and other information which it combines into various media, publications and data formats, which it then provides to subscribing clients, contributing panellists, prospective clients, those who have registered on its website, and to others (collectively “Users”). The information and data which CE publishes is © Copyright Consensus Economics Inc and a notice to that effect appears on its publications and data files.
What Personal Information Do We Collect?
In order to provide carefully selected portions of this wide array of information to selected Users, CE maintains detailed lists, including personal and other information provided by clients, panellists, website registrants and others among our Users. This personal information often includes name, postal address, title, email address, company, information interests, subscription records, email correspondence, and records of telephone or meeting discussions.
Why Do We Maintain this Information?
This information is maintained in order to provide better services to Users. By retaining detailed information on Users’ interests and needs, we are better able to expand, develop, adapt, compile, deliver and offer information which meets more closely Users actual and potential requirements. The availability of Users’ information enables us to communicate effectively with them about our changing array of product and services.
Protecting the Information of Users
CE is committed to protecting the privacy of its subscribers, panellists, those who register on its website, and other Users. It operates policies to endeavour to ensure that their personal data is not misused, mislaid or prejudiced by CE or others. While endeavouring to protect their privacy, CE also processes information collected from them in order to provide a personalized, high-quality service. CE uses the names, addresses (including e-mail addresses), telephone and fax numbers, information interests, subscription records, of our panellists, subscribers and those who register on our website, which we keep in our electronic databases and files, principally for the purpose of communicating with them.
Right for Individual Users to Have Personal Information Erased
Under Article 17 of the GDPR individuals have the right to have personal data erased. If you would like to have your data erased you can contact us at email@example.com.
July 18, 2023