Privacy Policy at Evernow Publishing Ltd


Evernow Publishing Ltd is a limited liability company based in the UK which publishes editorial products for the biopharmaceutical industry. Our products include MedNous, a business-science journal about managing innovation in the life sciences industry, and reports. Our first report, on the regulatory requirements for cell and gene therapies, has been issued in two editions. A third edition is due out in 2018.

Evernow Publishing Ltd is registered in England and Wales under the company number 6019186. Our registered office is 264 Banbury Road, Oxford, OX2 7DY, UK. Our VAT registration number is 912 7394 21.

How we collect data

The data that we collect is divided into two categories: editorial data and marketing data. The two uses are very different. We collect editorial data from interviews, meetings, public records and from the hundreds of announcements that are sent to us every day by companies and institutions operating in the life sciences industry. Data that appears in our publications is well-sourced and is drawn from the public domain. All of our publications are protected by copyright and are sold on a subscription basis. Our publications are also stored in the British Library and the Bodleian Library at Oxford University.

Data collected for marketing purposes is obtained from people who contact us for a subscription and from conferences, meetings and networking. We also obtain data from advertising our publication.

How we use personal data

We collect personal data in order to:

  • Enable our newsgathering activities:
  • Process and fulfil orders;
  • Notify our subscribers about the publication of each edition of MedNous;
  • Notify out subscribers about renewals;
  • Promote our products.


How we secure personal data

Data on subscribers is held in a secure location on our website The MedNous editors and website managers are the only people who have access to this secure location. None of the data stored on the MedNous website is shared with third parties. Marketing data is held in a separate, secure database which is not shared with third parties. Data gathered for editorial purposes is held in paper files in a filing cabinet and in a database. The contents of the filing cabinet and database are not shared with third parties.


Subscriber data on our website is held with the explicit consent of each subscriber. Consent for the use of our marketing data is obtained from the individuals concerned at the time of a marketing campaign. By contrast, editorial data is governed by the rules of publishing and a free press.