As an Organization, we don’t have any European Employees (Citizens) working in our company . However the sales team works with the European Customers and has the names, phone numbers and the email IDs that are stored only in the Database. We don't share these data to anybody and uses these data only to communicate to the respective Customers. Do we need to get the consent from these European Customers and how do we get the Consent from each individual European Customer for maintaining the data at our side?
My guess is that the personal data you refer to is the data of your European Customers employees in this case is my suggestion is just to provide a Privacy Notice either to the companies or to the employees themselves. I don`t believe that the consent is needed.
Thanks for your response. I am not referring to the employees of the European Customers. As part of the Sales and Marketing Exercise, the Sales team will work with lot of prospective European customers and store their names, contact nos, email ids etc.. in the data base for the subsequent contacts. They are only the Prospects and necessarily need not be a Customer however each and every individual prospective customers would be representing a Corporate Company in the Europe.
In this case shall we provide the Privacy Notice through our web site or it needs to be specifically addressed to each and every European Prospective Customer ?
For the case you mentioned I would suggest to put the Privacy Notice on your website and to communicate them to the European Customer together with the first communication(email, telephone) you initiate with him.