Cookie policy

Our cookie policy in brief

A cookie allows us to distinguish you from other users of our site and recognises your preferences, provides personalised content, security and enables our site to function more efficiently. This helps us to give you the best possible experience when you browse, and also allows us to make our site better for you. We use session and persistent cookies, which are stored on your computer or electronic device unless you object (see below).

Session cookies are cookies that expire at the end of your browsing session whereas persistent cookies are stored on your device in-between sessions. This means that they remain on your device until you erase them or they expire.

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Types of cookies:

A cookie is a small file of letters and numbers that we store on your browser or the hard drive of your computer or electronic device unless you object (see below). Our website (“our site”) uses two types of cookies: first and third-party cookies.

First-party cookies are cookies set by us, compared to third-party cookies which are set by someone other than us and which collect information about you that may be sent to the third party.

The categories of cookies hosted on our site are known as Necessary and Non-essential:

  • Necessary cookies for running the website. Necessary cookies are placed on our website by default. These cookies help you to access our site and each of its web pages and subdomains, by enabling basic functions like cookie consent. These are essential to the web pages and sub domains’ functionality and cannot be disabled by you; and
  • Non-essential cookies including preferences, analytical/performance and marketing/targeting cookies.
  • Preference cookies - Preference cookies enable a website to remember information that changes the way the website behaves or looks, for example, username, language settings, layout settings, contact preferences or your location, in order to offer you improved personalized functions. They are also used to enable requested functions, like playing videos.
  • Statistical cookies - These cookies (also known as “performance improvers“) tell us about how you use the site and, herewith, help us to make it better. These cookies do not use any personal data and provide us only with the aggregated data. In case we use Google Analytics cookies, not only we anonymize data which is collected but also we ensure the data sharing has been turned off and we do not use other Google services in combination with the Google Analytics cookies unless you have expressed your consent regarding use of marketing cookies.

    For example, these cookies count the number of visitors to our website and see how visitors move around when they are using it. This helps us to improve the way our site works, for example, by ensuring that users find what they are looking for easily.
  • Marketing cookies - These cookies (also called “targeters“ or “advertising cookies“) are used on the website in order to deliver advertised content which is relevant to you and measure the success of our marketing campaigns. These cookies are placed on our website by our third-party service providers and may remember your web browsing activity and actions across websites, as well as analyse demographic information, such as age and gender. Also, marketing cookies can be used to track the effectiveness of our ad campaigns on third party websites. These cookies allow us, for example, to advertise our services for potential customers after they exit our website, serving these potential customers ads on other sites they visit later.


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