Online Marketing Communications
Consulting & Services
This website widereach.net has been created to present consulting services in digital/online marketing communications, advising and/or providing services in website design and development, Search Engine Optimisation (SEO), Social Media, and content marketing for online brand presence and corporate credibility.
Although able to work with clients globally, main locations that services are provided by the Vendor are in the European Union (EU), Germany, France, Switzerland, and wider EMEA region.
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Any information provided willingly by the user is only possible directly via an email or telephone enquiry. Subsequently, this information is used in the strictest confidence and only for the purpose that it has been sent, i.e. enquiry for consultation and/or services, held on a secure mail server , and never disclosed and divulged to any third parties, statistical agencies, or added to any mailing list.
Your details/information will only be used for the purpose for which you have provided them, such as to provide you with additional information and feedback regarding consultation or other particular services and solutions in digital/online marketing communication. Any information collected via such method is used solely by authorised personnel.
This website completely respects and protects the privacy rights of web visitors/users, members, partners, affiliates and any other visitors to this website. The website may be compelled to disclose a certain amount of information by local law, such as under European Union (EU) or local German legal/court orders or legal notices to produce documents under law, where relevant and necessary. However, since no data is actually collected via this website, such disclosure will be limited, if even at all possible.
Furthermore, you have a right to complain to the relevant EU Supervisory Authority if you believe that there is a problem with the way that this website is handling your personal data.
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