Data controller

Keystones ApS is responsible for processing the personal data that we have received about you. You will find our contact details below:

Keystones ApS
Diplomvej 381, 2800 Kgs. Lyngby.
CVR: 26107865
Tel. 8870 8700

1. Introduction

This policy on the collection and processing of personal data (hereinafter the “Policy”) describes how Keystones ApS (hereinafter “us”, “we” or “our”), as data controller, collects and processes personal data about you as a contact person, customer or employee of one of our customers when you visit, use, request to receive news from Keystones or communicate with our employees.

2. We make use of the following contact information

  • Name
  • Address
  • Telephone number
  • E-mail
  • Company information (name, CVR, contact information, address)

3. Use of other personal data

If you have provided us with additional information, this may also be recorded:

  • Industry interests
  • Investment interests
  • Competences
  • Link to LinkedIn profile

4. Your information is collected through the following sources

  • Registration by direct consent with a Keystones employee
  • Registration via direct link to Keystones’ database
  • Registration via popup on
  • Registration via online contact form or membership form
  • Registration via Keystones’ membership platform, Startup Includer

5. We use your information for the following purposes

  • Dissemination of news about Keystones and activities in the Keystones network
  • Contact between Keystones ApS and entrepreneurs, members, companies and other relevant stakeholders in the Danish startup environment
  • Collection, recording, storage, retrieval, alignment, combination and deletion of personal and corporate data
  • Dissemination of information to relevant partners
  • Forwarding of information to relevant and matching companies in which you have shown interest in advance. Typically when you are signed up for a member meeting with that company.

Information provided to ‘’ is used in a manner necessary for the fulfilment of Keystones’ business purposes. Disclosure of information is thus made to the extent that it is consistent with Keystones’ function as a capital, competence and network intermediary, as well as what may be expected from such an intermediary.

6. Data retention and use of data processors

We use external companies as suppliers to provide our services in the best possible way.
These external suppliers are called data processors and in some cases process your
personal data in connection with their provision of services to us. Our data processors
process your personal data only on our instructions and in accordance with
legal requirements for data processors.

The director and employees of Keystones ApS have access to the information registered about you.

When personal data is collected via our website, we ensure that this is always done with your explicit consent, so that you are informed of exactly what information is being collected and why.

7. How long do we keep your personal data?

We make sure to delete your personal data on an ongoing basis when it is no longer relevant for the purposes for which we have collected it. Data is kept for as long as you wish to remain in contact and receive news from Keystones, after which it is deleted or anonymised.

8. What are your rights as a data subject?

As a registrant with Keystones ApS, you always have the right to object to the registration. You also have the right to see what information is recorded about you. You have these rights under the Personal Data Act. Inquiries in this regard should be addressed to Keystones ApS via e-mail:

9. Cookies and pixels

Cookies are small text files that contain a string of characters and make a unique identification of a user. They are sent back to the website and/or third parties. Most browsers are initially set up to accept cookies, as this is required by most websites in order to access them. However, you can change your browser settings so that your browser can generally reject cookies, block third-party cookies or indicate when a cookie is being sent.

Tracking pixels are scripts that run when a user lands on a website or opens an email. The pixel itself is not visible and can only be seen in the HTML of the site or email. The script downloads a third-party cookie onto your computer or detects that the email has been opened.

If you want to know more about cookies and how they work, please visit

10. Contact

If you have any questions or comments about this Policy, or if you wish to exercise any of your rights, please contact us at

11. Complaint to the Data Protection Authority

You have the right to lodge a complaint with the Data Protection Authority if you are unhappy with the way we process your personal data. You can find the contact details of the Data Protection Authority at

12. Changes to this policy

If we change our Privacy Policy, we will post the revised statement here with an updated revision date. If we make material changes to our Policy that significantly alter our personal data protection practices, we may also notify you by other means, for example by sending you an email.

This privacy policy was updated on 18/5-2018.