What are cookies?
Cookies are small, simple text files that are stored on your computer or mobile device when you use our website.
By law, we may place cookies on your device where this is necessary to enable the communication via an electronic communication network. We may also do this if the cookies are strictly necessary in order to use our website. For other types of cookies we need your consent, which we ask you to give or refuse when you visit our website for the first time.
We use several types of cookies in connection with this website.
Which cookies do we use?
Below we give you more details of the cookies that we use and why.
Necessary cookies, e.g. session cookies, ensure that our website functions correctly. These cookies contain a different, temporary, number each time you visit our website. Session cookies are removed as soon as you close your browser.
Permanent cookies allow us to recognise you each time you return to our website. This enables us to adapt the website to your specific needs. Your consent for placing cookies is also remembered by means of a cookie. This means that you do not have to state your preferences each time you visit our website, saving you time and making the use of our website more agreeable. You may remove permanent cookies through the settings of your browser.
We use Google Analytics to compile statistics of how users use our website. We also place cookies for this purpose. Google uses this information to analyse how our website is used and to provide us with reports about the website. We have set Google Analytics in a privacy-friendly modus. This means for instance that the IP address is pseudonymised before information about it is sent to Google. We have also concluded a data processing agreement with Google, under which Google is not allowed to share this data with third parties or use it for other Google services. The processing of your data via Google Analytics is based on our legitimate interest to compile general statistics about visits to our website.
We may place tracking cookies and/or pixels on your device for marketing purposes. These cookies and/or pixels are used to track which pages you visit within a specific network, in order to make a profile of your online surfing behaviour. This profile is made using for instance comparable information obtained from your visit to other websites and may for instance be used to adapt ads, information, etc. to your profile, to ensure that they are as much as possible relevant for you. The third parties involved in this are: Google Ads, LinkedIn, Many Chat, Qooqie Call Tracking, and Twitter.
Please refer to the privacy notices of the relevant social media networks (which are subject to change) to see what they use your personal data for that they process using this code.
Using the options offered below this cookie statement you may simply change or revoke your consent for placing each category of cookies at any time.
Our Privacy Notice policy contains more information about who we are, how you may contact us about how we process your personal data, and about the rights you have in this regard.