1. Primary Contact Details 1.1 First Name / Forename 1.2 Last Name / Surname / Family Name 1.4 Contact Telephone Number 2. Business Details 2. Business Details 2.1 Registered Business Name -OR- Trading Name 2.2 Business Registration Number 2.3 Registered (Operating) Country / Region 2.3 Registered (Operating) Country / Region 2.3a Date business Established? 2.4 Registered Business Address / Legal Address 2.5 If your business trades in a location or publishes that it trades in a location that is not the same as your business address above, provide the addresses that your business publishes as contact addresses. e.g. You have on your website that you trade in the USA, but you really only have a postal address from another service provider in that location. Once address per line. 2.7 Provide a detailed description of the business, what it makes or does? 2.7 Provide a detailed description of the business, what it makes or does? 2.8 Select the Legal Entity Type for your business? Sole Trader Partnership Limited Company Public Company Other (As described in adjacent field) 2.10 Provide your annual global turnover for the registered entity in USD? $0 - $50K $50K - $100K $100K - $500K $500K - $1M $1M - $25M $25M - $50M $50M - $100M $100M - $500M $500M+ 2.9 If you selected Other in 2.8, describe what other is in legal terms? 2.11 Describe how you take the majority of your payments? Issuing Invoices We Process Credit Card Payments Directly PayPal A Third-Party Like PayPal Telegraphic & Bank Transfers Checks and Cash Over the Counter or Post 3. Employees & Training 3. Employees & Training 3.1 Using the following definition, describe your staffing and employment arrangement. Full-Time (FTE): Work for you all the time and are permanent members of staff with all the benefits of other employees. Part-Time (PTE): Have similar entitlements to FTE's but don't work as many hours. Contingent Employees: These are something like an Independent Contractor, however they may be more integrated with the business, they may have logins like FTE's and although they are Contractors, they are treated with higher duties or hold greater positions of trust. Independant Contractors: Totally freelance, they pay their own tax, they may invoice you rather than get a set wage. Provide a number next to each class of employee (Data Subject) or 0 for none.