Our website address is: https://www.olivierborgognon.com.
Olivier Borgognon is a freelance photographer based in La Chaux-de-Fonds, Switzerland.
The purpose of the business is to deliver creative, video, photographic, design services, website creation and educational workshops in Switzerland and throughout the world.
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Rue de la Serre 4
CH – 2300 La Chaux-de-Fonds
+41 78 920 20 34
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We do not receive any data from other sources or third parties. No databases have been used or are purchased. The data from major plugin companies such as Youtube, mailpoet, or other corporations is not shared with us as stated above in the section about third party data storage.
The data from the contact form is used to fill my Studio Ninja software which i use for lead & client management. Based on which type of work you would like us to do for you, a specific workflow for business is put in place (i.e. how I get my best work done for you, The automated decisions are to send you a follow-up email to a request and to remind me that I have to do certain tasks for you, such as make an album, deliver prints etc.)