Avondale B2B Email Marketing Policy

Business to business email marketing has become a common and accepted practice. It is a strategy that many UK companies use as an integral element of their overall marketing function. For Avondale, email marketing represents an efficient way of communicating B2B related proposals to selectively targeted businesses. To see more detail on our business-to-business email marketing approach please see the FAQ below.

Avondale B2C Email Marketing Policy

We only ever contact consumers who have previously inquired into businesses for sale through Avondale. If you no longer wish to receive information from us, please click the unsubscribe link at the foot of all our emails.

Frequently Asked Questions

I have received an email from Avondale and want to know where you got my details from?

Your details could have been obtained from a variety of different sources: A member of staff may have genuinely come across your business on the internet and identified you as a potential business for our services. Alternatively, your details may have been acquired from a number of data suppliers that we work with. A third source of information generation is the variety of forms that have been on our website for the last 10 years.

How can I stop receiving emails?

Avondale does not want to send you emails which are not welcome or which could be regarded as a nuisance. The easiest way is to let us know that you no longer wish to be mailed is by clicking the unsubscribe link at the foot of all our emails. Alternatively, please email av@avondale.co.uk.

What are the regulations surrounding email marketing?

Under EU Laws, B2B emailing within the UK is a perfectly permissible form of marketing providing it follows certain guidelines:


  • The email states who it is from
  • The subject is clear and unambiguous
  • An unsubscribe link is included within the message
  • Full contact and company details are included

If you believe that Avondale does not adhere to any of the above, please let us know. We are very diligent in working within the guidelines and recognise their importance.

I do not agree with your email marketing policy, how do I complain?

Any complaints must be directed to the Managing Director, Tim Hardman, at the address below where they will be dealt with as speedily as possible:

Avondale Corporate Limited, Chapter House, 33 London Road, Reigate, Surrey, RH2 9HZ

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