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Axios HQ Privacy Notice

Last updated: April 13, 2023

This Privacy Notice explains how Axios HQ handles the personal information we collect from or about you for our business purposes. This Privacy Notice does not address how we handle personal information and other data that we process as a vendor on behalf of our customer. That information can be found in our Trust Center.

How Axios HQ treats your data

We want to give our customers (past, present, and future) an exceptional experience. Knowing certain things about you can help us better understand and serve our customers. But we are committed to using your data in a way that is respectful of your privacy.


First, how do we get information?

  • When you request information about Axios HQ, we collect the information you provide, such as your contact information, company name, and the content of the communication.

  • When you complete a survey,  we collect your contact information, demographic information, professional information, and other information you provide.

  • When you visit our website, we use cookies, pixel tags, and other technology to understand how you interact with our website. This includes information like what type of device you're using and which links you click.

  • When you open one of our emails, we use cookies, pixel tags, and other technology to see that the email was opened and what links were clicked. If you provide feedback about the email, we collect that information too. 

  • When you attend a conference, symposium, or another event where Axios HQ is a vendor or sponsor, we may get information about you from the event organizer or from you directly.

  • When you sign up for a virtual event or webinar with Axios HQ, Axios HQ or the other event sponsors may collect or exchange your registration information.

  • We sometimes get information from Axios Media Inc. about Axios newsletter subscribers who might be interested in learning more about Axios HQ.

  • We also get information from third-party sources, such as public directories and data providers. For example, if you request information about Axios HQ, we may ask a data provider to tell us more about you. We may also ask data providers for information about professionals who haven't engaged with us but might be interested in learning about Axios HQ services.

  • We may also collect information about you in ways we explain at the collection point.


Here are some of the key ways Axios HQ uses your information: 

  • We respond to your inquiries and send you the information you request or that we think might be relevant to you. 

  • We aggregate and anonymize your data (i.e., remove your name and email address from your information and combine it with other users' information) to discover statistical patterns about how our website is used, who buys our services, and how we can improve our business. 

  • We use cookies, pixels, tags, and other tracking technologies to better understand how you use our website. Which pages on our sites are users visiting most? How often are you visiting? How did you wind up on our website? 

  • We market our services to you based on the information you provide, the information we collect via cookies and other technologies, and information about you we may get from third-party sources like data providers.

  • We partner with third-party platforms to market our services to you. These third parties may collect or receive information about you or your use of our services. For example, we may use LinkedIn advertising tools to help us identify Linkedin users who might be interested in our services. We could then ask LinkedIn to advertise our services to those users. LinkedIn does not share your personal information with us.

  • We may use and share your information as part of a transaction (like a merger) or bankruptcy, to keep the website safe and secure, and in connection with legal issues or violations of this Privacy Policy.

  • We may use your information in other ways with your express consent.

You can view a more detailed breakdown of the data we collect, how it is used, and with whom we share it by downloading our data processing table.


Here are some things we don't do: 

  • Collect sensitive data such as health data, biometric data, financial account information, and government-issued identifiers. 

  • Knowingly collect data from anyone under the age of 16.

  • Engage in profiling to make decisions about you that would produce a legal or similarly significant effect. 

  • Sell or trade your information (such as your name, email, and job title) to data brokers. 

The bottom line: 

A lot of the data we collect and use is statistical information about the use of our website. We also use your personal information to respond to your inquiries, to market our services to you, and for market research purposes. 

Go deeper: State privacy laws. 

Certain states, such as California, Virginia, and Colorado, have passed laws giving their consumers special data privacy rights, like the right to request access to or deletion of their personal information. 

At this time, Axios HQ does not fall within the scope of these laws when acting as a “controller” of personal information because we don't meet the required thresholds or because the laws do not apply to data collected in a business-to-business context. 

Yes, but: You still have choices.

  • You can always opt out of any newsletter or promotional email we send by clicking "Unsubscribe" at the bottom of the email. We might still send you some transactional emails, like responding to you if you send us a request or supporting your account if you're a customer. 

  • If you don't want your browser to accept cookies, you can change your browser settings (learn more here).

  • You may be able to change your mobile device settings to limit the use of the advertising ID associated with your mobile device for interest-based advertising purposes.

  • Certain third-party platforms (like GoogleFacebook, and LinkedIn) may offer features that let you opt out of certain uses of your information for interest-based advertising.

  • You can also use these opt-out options to limit the use of your interest-based advertising by participating companies:  Digital Advertising Alliance  and  Network Advertising Initiative.

And if you have any questions or concerns about how Axios HQ handles your data, you can contact us at or by writing to Axios HQ Inc., 3100 Clarendon Boulevard, Suite 1300, Arlington VA 22201.


Stay Informed: If we update this Privacy Notice, we'll revise the "Last Updated" date when the updates are posted.