We at Great People Applications believe in privacy and we do our best to ensure that your personal data is handled with utmost care and to make sure that you are aware of all we do with your personal data and about your rights. For this purpose we have written this Privacy Policy and we’d appreciate it if you would take a few minutes to read it.

Great People Applications AB is a Swedish company (reg no 559015-5270) located in Stockholm (in this Privacy Policy, we refer to Great People Applications AB as “Great People”, “Controller” “we” “us” etc.).

We are the “controller” of your personal data, meaning that we control the means and measures of the processing. There are some processes for which we are not the controller even though your personal data is processed by us if you have questions or complaints about such processing you will have to speak to whoever is controller in such cases (we’ll get to which processes this refers to).

If you have any questions, complaints or remarks regarding our processing of personal data, you may contact us at, or by regular mail at Engelbrektsgatan 5, 114 32 Stockholm, Stockholm, Sweden.

  1. If you have received an invitation to register with Great People

If you have received an invitation to register with Great People, this is either because your employer has provided us with your e-mail address (they may also provide information about you name, position, department and, of course, employer) so that you can use Great People to recruit great people to your workplace, or because someone else thinks you’re a great person and should join Great People.

Information about which of the above cases is at hand is provided in the invitation.

You can choose to accept the invitation to join Great People in which case you will become a user and what is said below (under “If you are a user of great people”) will start to apply.

If you don’t accept

If you do not accept the invitation to Great People and we have received your details from your employer, you will be able to suggest great people for your workplace via a web page where no login is needed. We will keep your e-mail address in order to provide you with important information (for example a link to the web page) for as long as your employer is our customer (or until your employer tells us to remove it). Your employer is the controller for this processing and you may direct any questions to your employer.

If you do not accept the invitation to Great People and we have received your details from another user, your information will remain in that users contacts (what we call their “Great People list”). The Great People list is a private contact list that the users of Great People can use to recommend you and others for certain job openings. The user is him-/herself the controller of such personal data (though privacy laws may not be applicable in these cases).

If you don’t answer the invitation at all, we will send you a few reminders and then stop processing your data, no later than six months after the first invitation was sent. If we continue to process your data, we will not do this as controller.

  1. If you are a user of great people

If you have chosen to accept an invitation or registered without an invitation you will become a user. When you become a user, you accept our terms and conditions and a contractual relationship is formed where we are obliged to provide the Great People Service (the “Service”) to you.

In order to fulfil these contractual obligations, we need the following data (and will continue to process it as long as you are a user):

  • Your name
  • Your e-mail address

We really don’t need more data than that to enable your use of the Service, but of course you can provide more information, such as 

  • Information about your current workplace, such as employer, your position etc (we may already have this information if your employer provided it, see above under “If you have received an invitation to register with Great People”,
  • Profile picture,
  • Other information.

All such information is completely voluntary to provide and by uploading it you consent to us processing it. You can always change or remove such information in the app, so to withdraw your consent, you simply delete the information. We use the information only to show it to other users of the Service and to analyse user behaviour in order to improve the Service.

  1. With whom do we share your data?

Some or all personal data on your profile might be visible to other users (depending on your app settings), so in this way we share your data with other users.

Apart from that we have a few processors who help us with certain tasks, such as CRM-systems (only contact persons with Customer Companies), analytical software, e-mail and chat services and storage providers (for the server).

All personal data are processed within the EU/EEA, except for some of the processors, which are located in the USA and certified via privacy shield (for more info, see


You may to request information about the personal data that is processed by us by sending us an e-mail to or using some other contact information that is provided in this Privacy Policy. If we think you’re making too many requests we may charge you for additional copies of such information.

Users have the right to, if necessary, rectification of inaccurate personal data concerning that User, via a written request, using the contact details in paragraph 10 below.

The User has the right to demand deletion or restriction of processing, and the right to object to processing based on legitimate interest under certain circumstances.

The User has the right to revoke any consent to processing that has been given by the User to Controller. Using this right may however, mean that the User can not apply for a specific job or otherwise use the Service. 

The User has under certain circumstances a right to data portability, which means a right to get the personal data and transfer these to another controller as long as this does not negatively affect the rights and freedoms of others.

User has the right to lodge a complaint to the supervisory authority regarding the processing of personal data relating to him or her, if the User considers that the processing of personal data infringes the legal framework of privacy law. 


We prioritize the personal integrity and therefore works actively so that the personal data of the Users are processed with utmost care. We take the measures that can be reasonably expected to the make sure that the personal data of Users and others are processed safely and in accordance to this Privacy Policy and the GDPR-regulation. 

However, transfers of information over the internet and mobile networks can never occur without any risk, so all transfers are made on the own risk of the person transferring the data. It is important that Users also take responsibility to ensure that their data is protected. It is the responsibility of the User that their login information is kept secret.


We will not sell or otherwise transfer Users’ personal data to third parties.

We may transfer Users’ Personal Data to:

    1. Our contractors and sub-contractors, acting as our Processors and Sub-Processors in accordance with our instructions, for the provision of the Service;
    2. authorities or legal advisors in case criminal or improper behaviour is suspected; and
    3. authorities, legal advisors or other actors, if required by us according to law or authority’s injunction.

We will only transfer Users’ personal data to third parties that we have confidence in. We carefully choose partners to ensure that the User’s personal data is processed in accordance to current privacy legislations. We cooperate with the following categories of processors of personal data: Server and hosting companies, e-mail communications companies, information-sourcing companies, analytical service companies and other companies with regards to suppling the Service. 


We may share aggregated data to third parties. The aggregated data has in such instances been compiled from information that has been collected through the Service and can, for example, consist of statistics of internet traffic or the geological location for the use of the Service. The aggregated data does not contain any information that can be used to identify individual persons and is thus not personal data.

  1. Cookies

When Users use the Service, information about the usage may be stored as cookies. Cookies are passive text files that are stored in the internet browser on the User’s device, such as computer, mobile phone or tablet, when using the Service. We use cookies to improve the User’s usage of the Service and to gather information about, for example, statistics about the usage of the Service. This is done to secure, maintain and improve the Service. The information that is collected through the cookies can in some instances be personal data and is, in such instances, regulated by our ”Cookie Policy”.

Users can at any time disable the use of cookies by changing the local settings in their devices. Disabling of cookies can affect the experience of the Service, for example disabling some functions in the Service.


We have the right to, at any time, make changes or additions to the Privacy Policy. The latest version of the Privacy Policy will always be available through the Service. A new version is considered communicated to the Users when the User has either received an email informing the User of the new version (using the e-mail stated by the User in connection to the use of the Service) or when the User is otherwise informed of the new Privacy Policy. 


For questions, further information about our handling of personal data or for contact with us in other matters, please use the below stated contact details:

Engelbrektsgatan 5, 114 32 Stockholm, Stockholm, Sweden.