You have received this personal link since you might be that investor-ready scale-up we are still looking for to invite to the Global Entrepreneurship Summit 2019.
Please note that you can apply through this page only if you have been provided a personal endorsement code by an authorized GES 2019 intermediary.
We would like to ask you to complete a form with 41 questions that takes around 20 minutes to fill out. This is because we have only a limited amount of entry tickets available and would therefore love to find out a bit more about you.
Thank you for your time! We’ll get back to you as soon as possible.
Please make sure you have the following handy:
- Your personal endorsement code
- Your personal details and an ultrashort bio
- Business information on your enterprise, its activities, characteristics, financial situation and scalability
- Your investment profile, including 2018 annual revenue
- Your pitch, and a 30-second (max) video introducing yourself and your company
- Your experience with previous GES editions and your interests for GES 2019
Clicking this link will open a form with 41 questions that takes around 20 minutes to fill out. You will not be able to save and reopen it. Please be prepared to submit all of the required information in one sitting.
Who is responsible for the personal data collected on this website?
Your personal data is processed by The Next Web B.V. a company registered in The Netherlands with Chamber of Commerce number 63750120, whose registered office is at Singel 542, 1017 AZ Amsterdam. The Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs is the controller as defined in article 4, sub 7, of the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Your personal data will be processed in accordance with GDPR.
What personal data do we collect?
Information we collect directly from you
This is the personal data you provide us when using our website and services. For example, when you fill in an application form to attend GES or when you sign up to receive a newsletter. This type of information may your name, e-mail address, LinkedIn profile and other personally identifiable content you additionally choose to submit to our website.
If you have given your consent to us, we will process your personal data on the basis of this consent. If you fill in an application form to attend GES, the processing of personal data is necessary to perform the contract between us and to enable you to attend GES. If you do not provide the necessary personal data you will not be able fill in the application and attend GES.
How do we use this personal data?
We collect your personal data to provide you with the required services or information. The following are examples of how we may use the personal data we collect:
- Provide you with services that you request from us;
- Anticipate and resolve problems with any services supplied to you;
- Communicate regularly with you to inform you about GES and provide you with other information that may be of interest to you;
- Prevent illegal activities, suspected fraud and potential threats to our network;
- Assist in the prevention and investigation of illegal activities and violations of our terms and conditions.
Will we share your personal data with other parties?
After obtaining your prior explicit consent we will share your personal data with the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs (hereinafter: “The Ministry”).
We may also disclose your personal data:
- If we are legally entitled or required to do so (for example, if required to do so by legal proceedings or for the purposes of detection and prevention of fraud and other crime or as part of a security audit).
- To any other third party with your prior consent to do so.
The Next Web B.V.
We will inform you in our communication outreach about GES and provide you with other information that may be of interest to you.
The Ministry will use your data for economic diplomacy only and will provide you with information that may be of interest to you.
The US Government will solely use non personal identifiable data for GES related purposes.
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How do we protect the personal data?
The collection, use and disclosure of personal data collected through our website is safeguarded by technological and organisational security measures with the objective to protect the personal data against loss, misuse and unauthorised access, alteration, disclosure or destruction. These measures are continually improved in line with technological developments.
In particular: (i) we encrypt many of our services using SSL (ii) we review our information collection, storage and processing practices, from time to time to guard our systems against unauthorized access, and (iii) we restrict access to personal information to our employees and all other parties we work with, who are subject to strict contractual confidentiality obligations and may be disciplined or terminated if they fail to meet these obligations.
We will not retain your personal data for a period longer than necessary to fulfil the purposes for which it was collected for, unless we have to keep it for legitimate business, tax or legal purposes.
Your privacy rights
You are entitled to know whether we hold personal data about you and, if we do, to have a copy of that information. Furthermore, you can request us to access, correct, update, delete or restrict the processing of your personal data in our records and/or inform us about any misuse of your personal data. You also have the right to data portability and the right to withdraw your consent at any time.
In the case of electronic direct marketing, you will be provided with a method to opt out of receiving further marketing materials or with a method to opt in if required by law.
We encourage you to keep your personal settings and personal data current and complete.
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How can you contact us?
If you have any questions or concerns about the use of your personal data by The Ministry, you can contact their data protection officer at VCI@minbuza.nl.
Any complaints about the processing of personal data can be submitted to the Dutch Data Protection Authority. You can find more information about filing a complaint on the website of the Dutch Data Protection Authority (https://autoriteitpersoonsgegevens.nl/nl).
Clicking below will open a form with 41 questions that takes around 20 minutes to fill out. You will not be able to save and reopen it. Please be prepared to submit all of the required information in one sitting.