What are cookies
A cookie is a small file that is sent along with pages from this website and is stored by your browser on your device’s hard drive. The information stored therein can be sent back to our servers on a subsequent visit.

A distinction can be made between first-party and third-party cookies. First-party cookies include the cookies that are placed by us on this website. Third party cookies are set by another website, for example cookies from a social network.

Why we use cookies

We use several cookies to ensure proper running of this website, help us improve your experience when browsing and to analyse our website traffic. We also use cookies and similar technologies to determine whether marketing campaigns are successful and to gain insights from your click behaviour on our website.

What type of cookies do we use

We use functional and analytical cookies on our website which are privacy friendly and are placed on your device automatically. With your consent, we also make use of marketing cookies from third-parties to gain more insights on our marketing campaigns.

Functional cookies

These cookies are used for providing you a proper running website, to enable certain features and to remember your preferences. For example to remember your language choice or to remember that we do not show our cookie notification again if you have already seen it.

Analytic cookies

For basic traffic analysis and to see how visitors use our website we make use of Google Analytics. These cookies help us gain insights in the number of visitors, if a visitor has been to our website before, the time of visits, how long a visit was and how someone entered our website. We have configured Google Analytics conform the most strict privacy settings. The cookies are deleted within a day or within 2 years. For more information please view Google’s specific Privacy Policy on Google Analytics. More information on opting out of Google Analytics can be found here.

 Marketing cookies

Google Ads: We make use of Google Ads to track whether you came to our website via an advertisement that we placed on the search engine results page. These cookies enable us to gain insights on your location, the time of day and the device you used to gain access to our website. Via conversion tags on our website, Google can determine for us how successful a campaign was. These cookies expire after 3 months. Google may use different cookies to track how you came to our website, depending on the advertisement you clicked on that directed you to our website. For more information please view Google’s Privacy Policy or find more information on Google Ads here.

LinkedIn Insight Tag: We have placed the LinkedIn Insight Tag on our website. This is a lightweight JavaScript code that places a cookie on your browser when visiting our website. The LinkedIn Insight Tag enables us to gain valuable insights. We can use the Tag to track conversions of our LinkedIn ads campaigns, retarget website visitors and gain more insights on who interacts with our LinkedIn advertisements. The Tag enables the collection of your data when you visit our website, including the URL, referrer, your IP address, device and browser characteristics, timestamp, and page views. The data is pseudonymised within 7 days and will then be deleted by LinkedIn within 180 days. For more information please view LinkedIn’s FAQ or Cookie Policy.

How you can block cookies

You can use your browser settings to delete, disable or block cookies. You can view the help pages of Chrome FirefoxInternet Explorer and Safari to find more information.

Last modified: 6 January 2020