Privacy statement

Who is responsible for your data?

Trackwalk respects the privacy of all persons whose personal data it processes. The personal information you provide to us will be treated confidentially and in accordance with applicable laws and regulations. For questions, please contact Trackwalk:

By post: Markt 17, 4875 CB, Etten-Leur
By email:

What do we do with your data?

If you visit our website, request information via our website or contact us by telephone, e-mail or via social media, we will register your personal data. We use this data to be able to contact you, to fulfill your request for information, to inform you about our services, for relationship management, to improve our website and services and to conduct market research. Your personal data will only be processed if you have given us permission for this, or if this is necessary:
  • for (the preparation for) the execution of an agreement to which you are a party;
  • to comply with our legal obligation;
  • to safeguard a vital interest of yours;
  • to represent a legitimate interest of Trackwalk, or of a third party to whom the data is provided, unless your interests or fundamental rights and freedoms prevail.

Trackwalk does not store your personal data longer than is strictly necessary to achieve the goals for which your data is processed. Trackwalk annually checks whether all data collected by it is still necessary for the associated purposes and deletes this data afterwards, if that is no longer the case. Trackwalk complies with this insofar as statutory retention periods apply.

What data do we process?

Trackwalk collects personal data that you provide to us and that we obtain from third parties (such as, for example, Google Analytics) or from public sources (such as social media or the trade register). For all this data, we only process your personal data for one of the aforementioned purposes. Only those data that are (minimally) necessary for achieving the intended purpose are collected.

Is your data safe with us?

Trackwalk makes every effort to keep your data safe. To prevent unauthorized access to or disclosure to unauthorized persons of your data, maintain data accuracy, and ensure the correct use of data, we have put in place appropriate physical, electronic and managerial procedures to protect and secure the information we collect .

Will your data be passed on?

Trackwalk can exchange your personal data with other organizations that are affiliated with it. In addition, Trackwalk engages third parties in the conduct of its business activities, such as mail delivery service providers, website management, hosting, automation, software delivery, marketing, social media, financial, administrative, tax or legal support, insurance, facilities services and/or certification. Trackwalk may also share your data with third parties if it is obliged to do so under the laws and regulations applicable to it.

Insofar as these third parties process your data under our responsibility, we ensure that the processing is carried out in accordance with applicable laws and regulations and we conclude processing agreements with them. Because Trackwalk engages third parties for its processing, who may process the personal data outside the EU (for example, because the servers used are located outside the EU), Trackwalk ensures that the processors engaged guarantee an equivalent level of privacy protection.

What happens to your visiting data?

This website uses Google Analytics to analyze visitor data to this website. Cookies are used for these services. We use these cookies to perform analyzes regarding the use of this website by users. In this way we can take note of your IP address, the web page you visited, your clicking and surfing behaviour, the internet browser you use and the duration of your visit or session. Based on these analyses, we can improve our website and thus our services. The information obtained by us is anonymized as much as possible.

In order to optimize our offer on the Internet and to provide our services, we use Google Ads technology to create pseudonymised usage profiles about the surfing behavior of the website visitor for marketing purposes. Cookies can be used for this purpose, which enable recognition of an internet browser on a subsequent visit. The stored surfing behavior is analyzed using an algorithm so that targeted interest-based product advice in the form of an advertising banner or advertisements can be displayed on third-party websites. The pseudonymised usage profiles will not be merged with personal data via the bearer of the pseudonym without the express consent of the data subject. You can always object to the creation of pseudonymised usage profiles for interest-based advertising/advertising guidelines by the page to open. Learn more about interest-based advertising at

Trackwalk makes use of technology in the provision of its services on the internet, which partly includes automated decision-making, with the aim of showing (potential) customers targeted advertisements, performing analyzes and discovering connections and patterns in the visit data for the purpose of website optimization and marketing purposes. If you do not consider this desirable, you can refuse the use of cookies by Trackwalk.

You can refuse the use of cookies by changing the appropriate settings in your browser. However, we point out that in that case you may not be able to use all the features of this website. By using this website you consent to the processing of the information by Trackwalk and the third parties engaged by it.

What are your rights?

If you have voluntarily provided Trackwalk with your personal data for a specific purpose, you always have the right to withdraw your consent to the processing of this data. Trackwalk also recognizes all rights that you have under Articles 13 to 22 of the GDPR. If, despite all due care exercised by Trackwalk, you believe that we do not act or have not acted in accordance with the law, we would appreciate it if you first notify us of this complaint. We will then contact you as soon as possible to discuss the complaint and to remove the objections as much as possible. You also have the right to submit a complaint to the Dutch Data Protection Authority.

Authority for Personal Data
PO Box 93374
2509 AJ
the Hague

Phone number: 0900 - 2001201

How do we keep you informed of changes?

We reserve the right to make changes to this statement. Changes will be posted on our website ( are published. It is recommended that you consult this statement regularly so that you are aware of these changes.