This website and online service is operated by Radar Group AB (“Radar”). In this terms of use policy “Radar”, “we”, “us” and “our” refer to the company as a whole, which includes both subsidiaries, departments, branches and companies under the control of the company as a whole. “You”, “your” and “yours” refer to all users of this website and services.

This document sets out Radar’s terms for using the online service “insight hub” and related services. Your use of the insight hub and services constitutes acceptance of these terms.


The terms of use is primarily, but not limited, for sites and services under the domains,,, and its subdomains.

These standard terms, together with any service agreements and work statements, signed by the parties contain a complete and exclusive explanation of the agreement between the parties and replace all purchase order terms, agreements, proposals, negotiations, representations or warranties of any kind, whether written or oral. These terms may not be changed other than by written agreement signed by both parties.


Radar’s services, advice, materials, products, insight hub and network (collectively “The Services”) are to be used for the User’s (i.e., a named individual user using the generally available Services), use and benefit only in accordance with the terms and limitations of the paid subscription and may not be disclosed, disseminated or distributed to any other party, except as Radar otherwise consents in writing.

Users must have permission to use the Services via Radar. Users must maintain and protect the confidentiality of all passwords and are responsible for ensuring that the passwords are effective. Users should immediately notify Radar if they discover that their password has been compromised, at the following email address


The Services are © Radar Group AB. All rights reserved.

The Services are owned by and are copyrighted by Radar and other parties and may contain trademarks belonging to Radar or others. They are protected by Swedish and international copyright and trademark laws and conventions.

The User may use the Services only for their own informational purposes in accordance with the terms and limitations of the paid subscription. The User may download any of the Service’s tools or templates for individual use.

Any other reproduction or distribution of the Services in any form or by any means is prohibited without Radar’s written permission.


Radar’s research services include the ability for users and entities to contribute content and data for publication in Radar’s insight hub. If your account is used to submit, publish or add data to Radar’s insight hub, you agree to take sole responsibility for this data, including information, statements, facts and materials in any form or medium (e.g., text, audio, video and photographic) therein.

When you provide any data submission to us, you grant us the right to use, distribute and publicly publish such data.


A user with payed access to the insight hub is linked to the paying company, thus it is not linked to a specific individual unless it’s a personal type of subscription. When an employee terminates their service, they no longer have access to the documents and functions that the company to which they were linked receives. In the case where an individual who has left their position at a company uses functions and downloads documents behind the paywall, this individual can be claimed for compensation for the revenues lost to Radar. In the case where the individual does this for their new employer who is not a paying subscription customer, this can also be claimed for compensation for the lost revenue the services alternatively/and documents correspond to.


MEMBER (individual user) – Unlimited period, free with limited access to content in Radar’s insight hub.

PERSONAL (individual user) – Contract period one (1) year. One (1) year automatic renewal if the contract is not terminated with 3 months’ notice before the renewal date.

PROFESSIONAL (<10 users, within the organization) – Contract period one (1) year. One (1) year automatic renewal if the contract is not terminated with 3 months’ notice before the renewal date.

STRATEGIC (Free number of users within the organization) – Contract period one (1) year. One (1) year automatic renewal if the contract is not terminated with 3 months’ notice before the renewal date.


A party has the right to terminate the contract for immediate cessation if (a) the other Party substantially breaches its obligations under the Agreement and, to the extent correction is possible, has not taken corrective action within 30 days after written request (b) the other Party is declared bankrupt, initiates settlement negotiations, is subject to corporate reconstruction or can otherwise be considered insolvent.

If the User is in arrears with paying a due invoice, it shall be considered a material breach of contract according to point (a). Upon rectification request at overdue payment, Radar has the right to, 15 days after such request, shut down the Service. During the period when the Service is shut down, Radar continues to have the right to the compensation that the User would have paid for the Service.

The User can at any time submit early termination of the subscription-based Service, but the termination does not give the User the right to a refund.


Payment 30 days net at invoice from Radar after activation of the subscription. Contractual exceptions may occur with Radar’s written permission.


Radar can at any time change or discontinue any aspect of its services, including content or features. Radar also reserves the right to change the terms that apply to the use of the Services. Use of the Services after such changes shall be considered approval by the user of such changes.


The information in the Services has been obtained from sources believed to be reliable, but Radar does not guarantee the completeness, timeliness or accuracy of the information in the Services.

Even though Radar takes reasonable measures to screen services for infection by viruses, worms, Trojan horses or other code that manifests contaminating or destructive properties before the services become available, Radar cannot guarantee that any service will be free from infection.


“Confidential information” shall without limitation include ownership, technical, marketing, operation, performance, cost, corporate policies, programs, inventions, discoveries, trade secrets, techniques, processes, source code, non-linked object modules, computer programming techniques and all mail-bearing media containing or revealing such information and such technology disclosed in accordance with this agreement. Information about current products should be treated as non-“Confidential information” if it is not marked “Confidential”.

The receiving party may not disclose, publish or communicate the confidential information to any third party without prior written consent from the disclosing party. However, the receiving party may disclose the confidential information to a third party who has a need to know the confidential information and (i) is an auditor, lawyer, insurer or advisor under confidentiality; or (ii) is obliged to be confidential at least as restrictive as this agreement.


A user’s right to privacy is of utmost importance to Radar. See our privacy policy for more information. Our clients’ identity is not considered confidential information, whereby the information can be used for marketing purposes.


Under no circumstances is Radar liable for direct, special, indirect, consequential, incidental, punitive or other damages, arising as a result of use of or inability to use the Services or any information provided in the Services.


All third-party websites linked to the Services are not under Radar’s control. Radar is not responsible for anything on the linked websites, including without limitation any content, links to other websites, any changes to these websites or any policies these websites may have. Radar only provides links as a convenience and such links do not imply any endorsement by Radar of these websites.


Any disputes, controversies or claims arising out of or in connection with this agreement, or breach, termination or invalidity thereof, shall finally be settled by arbitration administered by the Stockholm Chamber of Commerce Arbitration Institute (“SCC”, Stockholms Handelskammares Skiljedomsinstitut).

The rules for expedited arbitration proceedings shall apply, unless the SCC at its discretion, taking into account the complexity of the case, the disputed amount and other circumstances, determines that the arbitration rules shall apply. In the latter case, the SCC shall also decide whether the arbitral tribunal shall consist of one or three arbitrators.