This site has accounts for stakeholders from Flanders.
What information do we store?
For an account to be valid (and accepted), you need to provide your name, e-mail, and organisation name. Additionally you can add your organisation's address information. Additionally, once you have an account, you can indicate the (sub)programmes you want to follow.
Why do we keep this information?
This information is used by the NCP Flanders team, solely for communications on Horizon Europe, Horizon 2020 and the other EU subsidy programmes we cover. Most of our communications are e-mail notifications.These notifications are sent on content (news, events) updates on the programmes you follow. Occasionally we send out extra newsletters.
Who has access to your information?
Access to the above mentioned information is strictly limited to the staff of NCP Flanders. Under no circumstances your information is sold (nor traded, exchanged, ...) to other organisations external to NCP Flanders (and it's founding partners VLAIO and FWO, where the NCP Flanders staff is employed).
Do we monitor the pages you browse?
We do not use Google Analytics (or similar) tools that invade your privacy (e.g. by following a user). So you can safefully visit our pages without having to fear that someone can track down exactly how long you spent on what page.
We do use Fathom Analytics (affiliated link), which is a privacy-first analytics tool that keeps track of which pages are visited, but it doesn't link it to user profiles. This way we know what sections are popular (and which ones need to be improved), without the need of profiling you(r behaviour).