Our Policies:




Your privacy is important to us, we always strive to manage your personal information with integrity and respect. Earning your trust as we protect your privacy is at the core of what we do every day. We are committed to:

• Being transparent about data management
• Simplifying our policies and making your choices clear
• Making sure you have control of your own data

We are thoughtful about the personal information we ask you to provide and the personal information that we collect about you through the operation of our services.

• We store your personal information for only as long as we have a reason to keep it.
• We aim for full transparency on how we gather, use and share your personal information.

We’ve consolidated and updated our Privacy Policy; you’ll notice a few changes which include more transparency about how we collect and process your personal information.

General Terms
Berry Marketing Services Limited is committed to protecting your personal information when you use our services. This Privacy Policy relates to our use of any personal information that we collect from you through the following sources:

• All Berry Marketing Services websites that link to this Privacy Policy
• Our Software as a Service platforms
• Social media

(we’ll refer to these as services throughout the rest of this policy)

This also relates to any information that you provide to us in person, for example at meetings or exhibitions, by email, phone or SMS, letters and other correspondence.
We sometimes need to collect information about you in order to provide you with a full range of services. This Privacy Policy explains the following:

• What information we may collect about you
• How we will use the information we collect about you
• When we may use your details to contact you
• Whether we will disclose your details to anyone else
• Your choices regarding personal information that you provide to us
• The use of cookies on our websites

Our websites contain links to websites owned and operated by third parties. These third party websites will have their own privacy policies and are likely to use cookies; we recommend that you review them. We do not accept any responsibility or liability for the privacy policies and practises of these third party websites and if you use them you should be aware that this is at your own risk.

Naturally, we are committed to keeping your personal information safe and while we take every possible effort to safeguard this you should be aware that no website can be completely secure, therefore if you have concerns that your account could have been compromised please contact us right away.

Who are we?
Berry Marketing Services (BMS) is the registered company that trades as, a UK based private held interactive directory website built upon an in-house owned CMS that provides information about conferencing, meeting and exhibition venues located all over the world. allows meeting planners to enter their own venue search criteria via various online search methods such as “advanced search” or “dynamic map search”. Details of the required location for the venue and the available function options are supplied to them within a few seconds. Venue browsers can find detailed information on the venues, including facilities, location, images, maps and a printing ‘Fact Sheet’ as well as undertaking a ‘virtual’ tour of the venue. Alternatively, event planners can send a specific enquiry (RFP) to the website customer service department and obtained the customised information shortly.

We also provide Software as a Service solutions to Agents, Convention Bureaux and Clients in the form of GRATIS and other booking engines on various external websites, full details of which can be found on the website.

What information will collect about me?
When you sign up to any of our services or online content such as, newsletters, competitions, telephone or e-mail us we may receive personal information about you. This may include information such as your name, gender, e-mail address, telephone or mobile number and postal address.

Some of our services allow you to sign in using a third party service such as Twitter or LinkedIn; if you choose to use this method you will be presented with a box that will ask your permission to allow us access your personal information (eg your full name, e-mail address and any other information that you have made publicly accessible). Any information that is not required by the particular service you wish to use will not be retained by us.

How will you use the information you collect about me?
We use your personal information in a number of ways to enhance the service we provide to you:

• For administration purposes for example providing you with password reminders, to provide you with information about system updates and also to let you know of any changes to our Privacy Policy or Terms and Conditions.
• To provide you with our services, to deal with requests and enquiries about online content.
• To contact you about any submission you’ve made including content provided.

We may analyse the information you supply and your activity on our services so that we can offer a more relevant tailored service. If you are signed in to our services or have subscribed to email updates and newsletters you will receive a personalised service If you no longer wish to receive this you may unsubscribe at any time from your homepage when logged in or by sending an email to our data controller.

• We use IP addresses to identify the location of users, to establish number of visits from geographical regions.

In the event that we propose using your personal information for any other uses we will notify you. See changes to our Privacy Policy.

Your Account
If you have registered to use any of our services you may update your contact preferences on your homepage.

When will you contact me?
You may be contacted by us for the following reasons:

• In response to correspondence, we receive from you or any comments or complaints about our services.
• Regarding any content you have submitted to us for publication including news items, special offers and promotions.
• In relation to an event or venue enquiry that you have made through any of our services
• To update you about any significant changes to our Terms and Conditions or Privacy Policy
• To invite you to take part in surveys relating to our services
• In order to ensure that we can deliver your service, for example to verify your email when you register for an account or to help you reset your password.
• For marketing purposes

Contact for marketing purposes
We will only send you marketing emails or contact you via our services where you have agreed to this. We may personalise the message contact based on information you have supplied to us and your use of our services. We provide regular and ad hoc newsletters and email updates.

We may also use your personal information to show you relevant advertising on third party websites, for example Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

Sharing your personal information
We will share your information with Third Parties. We share the information that you have supplied or answered within the questionnaires with the relevant venue or client. The clients use this to profile you; this enables them to send you targeted communications. Venues use the information to provide you with quotations and contracts related to your enquiry.

How long will you keep my information?
We will only hold your personal information on our systems for as long as necessary, for example to maintain your account. If you wish to delete your account we will ensure that your personal information is deleted immediately and the remaining information is anonymised for analytical purposes.

If you don’t use your account for 12 months we’ll send you an email to ask if you would like it to be deleted or retained for a further 12 months.

Can I delete my personal information?
Of course you may delete your data by closing your account with us. If you no longer wish to keep your account please email us at

Can I find out what personal information you hold about me?
The Data Protection Act gives you have the right to request a copy of any personal information that we hold about you. Naturally we need to be sure that it’s you making the request so we’ll need 2 items of identification from you; these could be any two of the following:

• Birth Certificate
• Utility Bill (no more than three months old)
• Bank Statement (current or up to three months old)
• Driving Licence

What is a cookie? Essentially it is a string of text containing information that a website transfers to the cookie file on your computer so that the website can remember who you are. It will usually consist of the name of the domain where the cookie originated, a value which is usually a randomly generated unique number and the ‘lifetime’ of the cookies.

Why do you need them?
Cookies help websites arrange content to match your interests more quickly but don’t worry you can’t be identified by cookies alone.

Can I disable cookies?
Yes, of course, you may accept or decline cookies or you can modify the settings in your browser, but remember that if you disable cookies you may not be able to use all of the interactive features of websites.

Changes to Berry Marketing Services Privacy Policy
It may be necessary for us to make changes to this policy from time to time for example in order to comply with changes in legislation. If you don’t agree to the Privacy Policy and any changes made to it you should not submit any personal information to us. Of course as previously mentioned, you can check or delete your personal information we hold at any time.

If we make any significant changes to the policy for instance how we use your personal information then we’ll notify you by email.

Questions about this Privacy Policy?
Finally, if you have any queries about this policy please get in touch with us:

Data Protection Officer
Berry Marketing Services Limited
Enterprise House, 21 Oxford Road
Bournemouth, BH8 8EY
or by e-mail:



• Berry Marketing Services Ltd T/A (“the Company”) is committed to the practice of responsible corporate behaviour and to complying with all laws, regulations and other requirements which govern the conduct of our operations.
• The Company is fully committed to instilling a strong anti-corruption culture and is fully committed to compliance with all anti-bribery and anti-corruption legislation including, but not limited to, the Bribery Act 2010 (“the Act”) and ensures that no bribes or other corrupt payments, inducements or similar are made, offered, sought or obtained by us or anyone working on our behalf.

• Bribery is defined as the giving or promising of a financial or other advantage to another party where that advantage is intended to induce the other party to perform a particular function improperly, to reward them for the same, or where the acceptance of that advantage is in itself improper conduct.
• Bribery is also deemed to take place if any party requests or agrees to receive a financial or other advantage from another party where that advantage is intended to induce that party to perform a particular function improperly, where the acceptance of that advantage is in itself improper conduct, or where that party acts improperly in anticipation of such advantage.
• Bribery of a foreign official is defined as the giving or promising of a financial or other advantage which is intended to influence the official in order to obtain business or an advantage in the conduct of business unless the foreign official is required or permitted by law to be influenced by such advantage.

Consequences of Bribery
• Anyone or any organisation found guilty of bribery under the Act may face fines and/or prison terms. In addition, high legal costs and adverse publicity are likely to result from any breach of the Act.
• For employees of the Company, failure to comply with this Policy and/or with the Act may result in:
• disciplinary action which may include dismissal; and
• criminal penalties under the Act which may result in a fine and/or imprisonment for up to 10 years.
• For the Company, any breach of this Policy by any employee or business associate may result in:
• the Company being deemed to be in breach of the Act;
• the Company being subject to fines; and
• the Company suffering negative publicity and further associated damage as a result of such breach.

Responsibility for Compliance and Scope of Policy
This Policy applies to all employees, agents, contractors, subcontractors, consultants, business partners and any other parties (including individuals, partnerships and bodies corporate) associated with the Company or any of its subsidiaries.
• It is the responsibility of all of the above mentioned parties to ensure that bribery is prevented, detected and reported and all such reports should be made in accordance with the Company’s Whistleblowing Policy (detailed in Appendix 11 of the Employee Handbook) or as otherwise stated in this Policy, as appropriate.
• No party described in the first paragraph of this section may:
• give or promise any financial or other advantage to another party (or use a third party to do the same) on the Company’s behalf where that advantage is intended to induce the other party to perform a particular function improperly, to reward them for the same, or where the acceptance of that advantage will in itself constitute improper conduct;
• request or agree to receive any financial or other advantage from another party where that advantage is intended to induce the improper performance of a particular function, where the acceptance of that advantage will in itself constitute improper conduct, or where the recipient intends to act improperly in anticipation of such an advantage.
• Parties described in the first paragraph of this section must:
• be aware and alert at all times of all bribery risks as described in this Policy and in particular as set out in section 9 below;
• exercise due diligence at all times when dealing with third parties on behalf of the report any and all concerns relating to bribery to the Head of Operations or, in the case of non-employees, their normal point of contact within the Company, or otherwise in accordance with the Company’s Whistleblowing Policy.

Facilitation Payments
• A facilitation payment is defined as a small payment made to officials in order to ensure or speed up the performance of routine or necessary functions.
• Facilitation payments constitute bribes and, subject to section 5.3, may not be made at any time irrespective of prevailing business customs in certain territories.
• Facilitation or similar payments may be made in limited circumstances where your life is in danger but under no other circumstances. Any payment so made must be reported to the Head of Operations as soon as is reasonably possible and practicable.

Gifts and Hospitality
• Gifts and hospitality remain a legitimate part of conducting business.
• Gifts and hospitality can, when excessive, constitute a bribe and/or a conflict of interest. Care and due diligence should be exercised at all times when giving or receiving any form of gift or hospitality on behalf of the Company.
• The following general principles apply:
• Gifts and hospitality may neither be given nor received as rewards, inducements or encouragement for preferential treatment or inappropriate or dishonest conduct.
• Neither gifts nor hospitality should be actively sought or encouraged from any party, nor should the impression be given that the award of any business, custom, contract or similar will be in any way conditional on gifts or hospitality.
• Cash should be neither given nor received as a gift under any circumstances.
• Gifts and hospitality to or from relevant parties should be generally avoided at the time of contracts being tendered or awarded.
• The value of all gifts and hospitality, whether given or received, should be proportionate to the matter to which they relate and should not be unusually high or generous when compared to prevailing practices in our industry or sector.
• Certain gifts which would otherwise be in breach of this Policy and/or the Hospitality and Gifts Policy may be accepted if refusal would cause significant and/or cultural offence, however the Company will donate any gifts accepted for such reasons to a charity of the C.E.O’s choosing.
• All gifts and hospitality, whether given or received, must be recorded in the Hospitality & Gifts Register.

Charitable Donations
• Charitable donations are permitted only to registered (non-profit) charities. No charitable donations may be given to any organisation which is not a registered charity.
• All charitable donations must be fully recorded within our accounting packages for tax purposes.
• Proof of receipt of all charitable donations must be obtained from the recipient organisation.
• Under no circumstances may charitable donations be made in cash.
• No charitable donation may be made at the request of any party where that donation may result in improper conduct.

Political Donations
• The Company does not make political donations and the Company is not affiliated with any political party, independent candidate, or with any other organisation whose activities are primarily political.
• Employees and other associated parties are free to make personal donations provided such payments are not purported to be made on behalf of the Company and are not made to obtain any form of advantage in any business transaction.

Due Diligence and Risks
The following issues should be considered with care in any and all transactions, dealings with officials, and other business matters concerning third parties:
• Territorial risks, particularly the prevalence of bribery and corruption in a particular country;
• Cross-border payments, particularly those involving territories falling under the above bullet point;
• Requests for cash payment, payment through intermediaries or other unusual methods of payment;
• Activities requiring the Company and / or any associated party to obtain permits or other forms of official authorisation;
• Transactions involving the import or export of goods;

This policy has been approved & authorised by:
Name: Michael Begley
Position: C.E.O of T/A Berry Marketing Services
Date: November 2021
Next Review Date: November 2022



• Modern slavery is a crime and a violation of fundamental human rights. It takes various forms, such as slavery, servitude, forced and compulsory labour and human trafficking, all of which have in common the deprivation of a person’s liberty by another in order to exploit them for personal or commercial gain.
• The Company has a zero-tolerance approach to modern slavery, and we are committed to acting ethically and with integrity in all our business dealings and relationships and to implementing and enforcing effective systems and controls to ensure modern slavery is not taking place anywhere in our own business or in any of our supply chains.
• We are also committed to ensuring there is transparency in our own business and in our approach to tackling modern slavery throughout our supply chains, consistent with our disclosure obligations under the Modern Slavery Act 2015.
• We expect the same high standards from all of our contractors, suppliers and other business partners, and as part of our contracting processes, in the coming year we will include specific prohibitions against the use of forced, compulsory or trafficked labour, or anyone held in slavery or servitude, whether adults or children, and we expect that our suppliers will hold their own suppliers to the same high standards.
• This policy applies to all persons working for us or on our behalf in any capacity, including employees at all levels, directors, officers, agency workers, seconded workers, volunteers, interns, agents, contractors, external consultants, third-party representatives and business partners.
• This policy does not form part of any employee’s contract of employment and we may amend it at any time.
• Responsibility for the policy
• The Company has overall responsibility for ensuring this policy complies with our legal and ethical obligations, and that all those under our control comply with it.
• The Company has primary and day-to-day responsibility for implementing this policy, monitoring its use and effectiveness, dealing with any queries about it, and auditing internal control systems and procedures to ensure they are effective in countering modern slavery.
• Management at all levels are responsible for ensuring those reporting to them understand and comply with this policy and are given adequate and regular training on it and the issue of modern slavery in supply chains.
• You are invited to comment on this policy and suggest ways in which it might be improved. Comments, suggestions and queries are encouraged and should be addressed to the CEO.

Compliance with the policy
• You must ensure that you read, understand and comply with this policy.
• The prevention, detection and reporting of modern slavery in any part of our business or supply chains is the responsibility of all those working for us or under our control. You are required to avoid any activity that might lead to, or suggest, a breach of this policy. You must notify your line manager OR a company Director as soon as possible if you believe or suspect that a conflict with this policy has occurred or may occur in the future.
• You are encouraged to raise concerns about any issue or suspicion of modern slavery in any parts of our business or supply chains of any supplier tier at the earliest possible stage. If you believe or suspect a breach of this policy has occurred or that it may occur, you must notify your line manager or company Director OR report it in accordance with our Whistleblowing Policy as soon as possible.
• You should note that where appropriate, and with the welfare and safety of local workers as a priority, we will give support and guidance to our suppliers to help them address coercive, abusive and exploitative work practices in their own business and supply chains.
• If you are unsure about whether a particular act, the treatment of workers more generally, or their working conditions within any tier of our supply chains constitutes any of the various forms of modern slavery, raise it with your line manager or company Director.
• We aim to encourage openness and will support anyone who raises genuine concerns in good faith under this policy, even if they turn out to be mistaken. We are committed to ensuring no one suffers any detrimental treatment as a result of reporting in good faith their suspicion that modern slavery of whatever form is or may be taking place in any part of our own business or in any of our supply chains.
• Detrimental treatment includes dismissal, disciplinary action, threats or other unfavourable treatment connected with raising a concern.
• If you believe that you have suffered any such treatment, you should inform your line manager immediately. If the matter is not remedied, and you are an employee, you should raise it formally using our Grievance Procedure, which can be found in the current employee handbook.

Communication & awareness of this policy
• Training on this policy, and on the risk our business faces from modern slavery in its supply chains, forms part of the induction process for all individuals who work for us, and updates will be provided using established methods of communication between the business and you. Our zero-tolerance approach to modern slavery must be communicated to all suppliers, contractors and business partners at the outset of our business relationship with them and reinforced as appropriate thereafter.

Breaches of this policy
• Any employee who breaches this policy will face disciplinary action, which could result in dismissal for misconduct or gross misconduct. We may terminate our relationship with other individuals and organisations working on our behalf if they breach this policy.

This policy has been approved & authorised by:
Name: Michael Begley
Position: Managing Director of
Date: November 2021
Next Review Date: November 2022



• (“the Company”) is committed to the practice of responsible corporate behaviour.
• Through its business practises the Company seeks to protect and promote the human rights and basic freedoms of all its employees and agents.
• Further the Company is committed to protecting the rights of all of those whose work contributes to the success of the Company, including those employees and agents of suppliers to the Company.
• We make every effort to conduct business in accordance with our fair trade policy and to the highest ethical standards.
• This policy is non-exhaustive, and all aspects of the Company’s business should be considered in the spirit of this policy.

Human Rights
• The Company is vehemently opposed to the use of slavery in all forms; cruel, inhuman or degrading punishments; and any attempt to control or reduce freedom of thought, conscience and religion.
• The Company will ensure that all of its employees, agents and contractors are entitled to their human rights as set out in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the Human Rights Act 1998.
• The Company will not enter into any business arrangement with any person, company or organisation which fails to uphold the human rights of its workers or who breach the human rights of those affected by the organisation’s activities.

Workers’ Rights
• The Company is committed to complying with all relevant employment legislation and regulations. The Company regards such regulations and legislation as the minimum rather than the recommended standard.
• No worker should be discriminated against on the basis of age, gender, race, sexual orientation, religion or beliefs, gender reassignment, marital status or pregnancy. All workers should be treated equally. Workers with the same experience and qualifications should receive equal pay for equal work.
• No worker should be prevented from joining or forming a staff association or trade union, nor should any worker suffer any detriment as a result of joining, or failing to join, any such organisation.
• Workers should be aware of the terms and conditions of their employment or engagement from the outset. In particular, workers must be made aware of the wage that they receive, when and how it is to be paid, the hours that they must work and any legal limit which exists for their protection and any overtime provisions. Workers should also be allowed such annual leave, sick leave, maternity / paternity leave and such other leave as is granted by legislation as a minimum.
• The Company does not accept any corporal punishment, harassment in any form, or bullying in any form.

Environmental Issues
• The Company is committed to keeping the environmental impact of its activities to a minimum and has established an Environmental Policy in order to help achieve this aim. Copies of the Environmental Policy are available from the Head of Operations.
• As an absolute minimum, the Company will ensure that it meets all applicable environmental laws in whichever jurisdiction it may be operating.
Fair Trade.
• Our fair trade policy is based on the World Fair Trade Organisation’s 10 principles.
• We aim to ensure that every product we supply is sourced, produced and obtained in accordance with our ethical and fair trade policy and those ethical standards, in an acceptable manner, in accordance with current best practises, and in particular lawfully, through fair and honest dealing, without exploiting the people who made the products, in decent working conditions, and with environmental impact during production and transportation being reduced.
• We endeavour to ensure that all of our [suppliers] [producers] and their sources adhere to our fair trade policy but recognise that it is not possible to provide absolute assurance that they will do so. We will stop using any supplier or producer who we find persistently contravenes our fair trade policy or fails to implement an agreed remediation programme.

Conflicts of Interest
• The Company holds as fundamental to its success the trust and confidence of those with whom it deals, including clients, suppliers and employees. Conflicts of interest potentially undermine the relationship of the Company with its partners.
• In order to help preserve and strengthen these relationships the Company has developed a Corporate Hospitality and Gifts Policy, which provides rules and guidelines concerning the conduct of its officers and employees aimed at minimising the possibility of conflicts of interest and at avoiding risks associated with bribery and corruption. Copies of the Corporate Hospitality and Gifts Policy are available from the Head of Operations.
• All officers, employees and representatives of the Company are expected to act honestly and within the law.
Information and Confidentiality.
• Information received by employees, contractors or agents of the Company will not be used for any personal gain, nor will it be used for any purpose beyond that for which it was given.
• The Company will at all times ensure that it complies with all applicable requirements of the Data Protection Legislation. “Data Protection Legislation” means all applicable legislation in force from time to time in the United Kingdom applicable to data protection and privacy including, but not limited to, the UK GDPR (the retained EU law version of the General Data Protection Regulation ((EU) 2016/679), as it forms part of the law of England and Wales, Scotland, and Northern Ireland by virtue of section 3 of the European Union (Withdrawal) Act 2018); the Data Protection Act 2018 (and regulations made thereunder); and the Privacy and Electronic Communications Regulations 2003 as amended.

Shareholders and Investors
• The Company, its officers, employees and representatives are committed to ensuring that no act or omission which is within their power and which would have the effect of deliberately, negligently or recklessly misleading the shareholders, creditors or other investors in the Company occurs.

Suppliers and Partners
• The Company expects all suppliers and partners to work towards and uphold similar ethical and moral standards.
• The Company will investigate the ethical record of potential new suppliers before entering into any agreement. Further, the Company reserves the right to request information from suppliers regarding the production and sources of goods supplied.
• The Company reserves the right to withdraw from any agreement or other arrangement with any supplier or partner who is found to have acted in contravention of the spirit or principles of this Ethical Policy.

This policy has been approved & authorised by:
Name: Michael Begley
Position: C.E.O of T/A Berry Marketing Services
Date: November 2021
Next Review Date: November 2022



• At we apply green thinking to every action and every decision to benefit our customers, our community and our employees.
• We are committed to making a positive impact on the environment by developing and implementing effective green practices and procedures as a rule, not as an exception.
• We are dedicated to taking the following actions to achieve our green vision:
• Measurably reduce our company’s carbon footprint
• Reduce the amount of waste our company produces
• Increase our green knowledge
• is committed to being environmentally aware, actively supporting programs that reduce our company’s environmental impact and continually improve our environmental performance as an integral part of our business strategy and operating procedures.
• We seek to understand the effects our business activities have on the environment by supporting initiatives such as:
• Reduction of material, water and energy consumption
• Reducing our use of harmful chemicals
• Reduce waste and use of single use plastic in our purchasing
• Recycling of all resources where we can
• Contribute to our community when purchasing & adhere to our ethical & fair trade policy
• We will encourage our customers, suppliers and other stakeholders to do the same.
• We recognise that we have a responsibility to the environment to meet or exceed legislative and regulatory requirements, However, we also acknowledge that this may not always be possible operating as we do in a commercial environment.
• We will ensure that this policy and all procedures relating to it are understood, implemented and maintained by all company employees.

This policy has been approved & authorised by:
Name: Michael Begley
Position: C.E.O of T/A Berry Marketing Services
Date: November 2021
Next Review Date: November 2022


SUSTAINABILITY POLICY is committed to promoting sustainability. We recognise that our business may have a negative impact on the environment. We as a company are committed to finding ways in which we can reduce the impact of our work on the environment both in the office and when work takes us away from the office.

We commit to:
• To comply with, and exceed where practicable, all applicable legislation, regulations and codes of practice.
• To integrate sustainability considerations into all our business decisions.
• To ensure that all staff are fully aware of our Sustainability Policy and are committed to implementing and improving it.
• To minimise the impact on sustainability of all office and transportation activities.
• To make clients and suppliers aware of our Sustainability Policy, and encourage them to adopt sound sustainable management practises.
• To review and to continually strive to improve our sustainability performance.

Our policies encourage our people to:
Recycle as much waste material as possible including use of food waste bins and working with waste removal companies who have achieved zero to landfill.

• Avoid the use of paper wherever possible, discouraging un-necessary printing but using recycled paper if printing is required.
• Recycle equipment that is no longer of use to the company. We work with Turing Trust. They refurbish IT equipment, install a range of educational software and provide it to those who need it most.
• Avoid the use of single use cups and water bottles in the office
• Keep energy usage low. All computers, laptops and screens are turned off each night and we also use motion sensors to control lighting and reduce the amount of electricity we use.
• Purchase products made with recycled products including paper towels, printer paper, compostable coffee pods and other stationery purchases.
• Purchase products with a lower environmental impact. We always try to work with companies who have robust sustainability policies and who provide low impact products and services.
• We encourage our employees to use public transport, offer a cycle2work scheme and car share if possible.
• Avoid unnecessary travel by making use of instant messaging, video and audio conferencing, telephone, and email. We also offer hybrid working so our people can mix working in the office with working from home.

This policy has been approved & authorised by:
Name: Michael Begley
Position: C.E.O of T/A Berry Marketing Services
Date: November 2021
Next Review Date: November 2022