Centigo cares about your privacy and personal information.  We want to make you feel safe with our processing of your information. Below you can read our Privacy Policy, followed by our Cookie Policy.


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This policy explains how Centigo AB (Org No. 556908-6381), hereinafter "Centigo" or "we", processes your personal information. It also describes your rights and how you can contact us. The personal data collected on our website is processed because we, through market communication and in other ways, want to give you a better web experience, but above all, we want to keep you updated about Centigo.

Collection of data
On our website we give you the opportunity to subscribe to different newsletters. One of our newsletters keeps you updated about our business and our open positions. You can subscribe to this as a student or as a senior jobseeker.  You decide which information we share with you, but we need your name and e-mail address to send the newsletter to you. Other information may make it easier for us to contact you, such as your LinkedIn profile or your mobile number. This information can be provided by you voluntarily in order to simplify the contact between us if we are interested in your profile. Alternatively, if we process your personal data as part of a recruitment process, we will inform you accordingly. 

We also have a newsletter focused towards our customers. We would like to keep our customers and potential customers of our services updated on how we can help you.

If we organise an event, we need basic contact information for you. This to be able to identify you at the event and to manage the work around the event, such as for us to know the number of participants as well as food preferences. If we photograph you in connection with your participation in one of our events, it is possible your image may be published on any of Centigo's social media channels. This will only occur if we have received your consent.

If you want to contact us because you or the company you represent are interested in our consulting services, we will process your contact information to enable this initial dialogue.

The legal basis for collecting your personal information both in connection with the newsletter, event notifications and interest in our consulting services is our "legitimate interest".

Deletion of your data
We save your personal information for the period of time in which we have a purpose to process your personal information. This means, for example, that if you no longer wish to receive our newsletter, Centigo will delete your personal information.

Your rights
Under current legislation, you have a number of rights regarding Centigo's processing of your personal data. These are explained below. In addition, we would like to remind you that you can always object to the use of your personal data for marketing purposes. For example, if you want to unsubscribe from our newsletter, you can unsubscribe from our email newsletter at the bottom of each email. Alternatively, you can contact for assistance.

  • Right of access, containing what personal data we process about you 
  • Right to correct your information if you considers that data must be corrected because it is incorrect 
  • Right to delete your data
  • Right to limit treatment of your data
  • Right to object to the processing of your data 

To exercise any of these rights, please contact In addition, you always have the right to make complaints to the responsible regulatory authority, which in England is the Information Commissioner’s Office.

How Centigo protects your personal information
Centigo takes the legal, technical and organisational security measures required to ensure that your personal data is not lost, destroyed, or accessed without authorisation.

We strive to always process your personal data within the EU / EEA. However, we collaborate with certain parties whose systems are outside the EU, and for example in case of service, we may need to provide a supplier outside the EU / EEA with access to our systems. This only occurs if we can ensure an adequate level of protection for your personal data by applying the EU Commission's standard contractual clauses.


A cookie is a small text file sent from Centigo's web server and stored on your computer. There are several reasons we use cookies, but the main reason is to simplify the use of our website, thus improving the user experience. In addition, we can use cookies to optimise our website so that it works as well as possible.

Centigo uses mainly permanent cookies. For example, permanent cookies are used to customise the site according to your needs, choices, interests, and statistical follow-up. This means, for example, that the cookie saves information that you have chosen to subscribe to our newsletter as well as which of our articles you have read.

In addition to our own cookies, we also use so-called third party cookies. Third party cookies are not directly linked to Centigo. Google Analytics is an example of third party cookies that we use. Google Analytics is used to track statistics of our visitor flows at

The fact that we use cookies will make it easier for both you as a visitor to the website and for us in our efforts to continually improve the web user experience.If you do not accept the use of cookies, you can turn off cookies in your browser's security settings. There are also settings in your browser that allow you to get a warning every time the site tries to put a cookie on your computer. Via the browser you can also delete previously stored cookies. For more information about how to restrict how cookies are stored on your computer, see Settings on the browser you are using.

If you continue to browse our website without changing your settings, we assume you agree to receive our cookies.