Cookie policy

What is a cookie?

A cookie is typically a small text file that webpages store on your device. These text files may contain different levels of detail. In this policy we define a cookie as both text-files and other online identifiers used for storing information on your device.

Why and how do we use cookies?

We use cookies to develop the website and make it more user friendly. By gathering statistics about user behaviour, traffic and for example browser information we can optimize the viewer experience, website design and improve, maintain security. For the individual web page user, the cookies keep you logged in to the system by remembering for example your username, password and creates a base for providing more useable information. In other words, the webpage will not work properly without using cookies.

First and Third party cookies

This webpage will work properly without enabling third party cookies. In most modern web browsers, you can disable third party cookies to enhance your privacy online. For instructions on how to do this, please see section “Deletion of cookies and further information”.

Cookies we use for statistical purposes

  • Google Analytics
  • Hotjar

Cookies we use for marketing purposes

  • Facebook
  • LinkedIn
  • Google Marketing Platform

How does this work on the website?

By clicking ‘x’, we will use temporary cookies enabling you to navigate the site without being asked again. This may not work in some browsers. When your session is closed, the cookies should not be stored.

By clicking ‘I understand’, you will consent to our cookies – enabling you to use our site to its full extent. Cookies will be used until you delete them manually or wait until they expire.

Deletion of cookies and further information

If you want to delete your cookies and thus recollect your consent or understanding, we advise you to check your browsers privacy settings or Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) how to clear cookies and visit the following page(s) for guidelines on cookie-handling: