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Cookie Notice

Date: 13th April 2021

This Cookie Notice provides you with information about cookies and similar technologies we use on our site to collect data from your device. “Our site” means Like many companies, we use cookies to collect data for our site to operate, but we also use the data to provide you the best experience, understand how you use our site, provide social media features, personalize content and deliver advertisements.  

You can manage your cookie preferences at any time by clicking here or by clicking “Cookie Preferences” at the bottom of our site. 

What are cookies?

We use the term “cookie” to describe cookies and similar tracking technologies such as tags and pixels. A cookie is a small data file that websites store on your browser when you visit them. When you return to a website – or visit websites that use the same cookies – they recognize these cookies and therefore your browsing device.

The length of time which cookies are stored on your browser varies depending on the cookie. Some cookies only last for your online session (“session cookies”), while other cookies stay on your browser for a longer period of time until they expire or you delete them (“persistent cookies”). Our site uses both session cookies and persistent cookies.  

What cookies do we use? 

There are different types of cookies. The cookies we use on our site are either strictly necessary or optional. Information about these different types of cookies is provided below:

Strictly Necessary Cookies

Strictly necessary cookies ensure that our site is able to function properly. The data collected by strictly necessary cookies is essential to provide our services to you. We use it to provide core services and features on our site, to protect the security of our site and for network management and accessibility.

We don't have to ask for your consent to store these cookies on your browser. This type of cookie is always on because we cannot provide our services without the data it collects. Although it may be possible for you to disable these cookies on our site via your browser settings, this would affect the functionality of our site, causing it not to work. This data is not used for the purposes covered by the optional cookies below.

We work with service providers and third parties who also set these cookies on our site.

Name of Cookie

Why do we use it?


When you visit a website in your browser you are sending a request. It is a HTTP request. HTTP stands for Hypertext Transfer Protocol and it is an application layer protocol designed within the framework of the Internet Protocol Suite. A web server treats each HTTP request for a page as an independent request because HTTP is a stateless protocol. Suppose you are visiting two pages (About Us and Contact us) of a website. First you request the "About Us" page and get that information; that is the first HTTP Request. Then you navigate to the "Contact Us" page; that creates another HTTP request so you make two requests from the same client (web browser) for the web server but both are independent and the web server does not know who is visiting. The solution to these problems is ASP.NET sessions. The ASP.NET Session State stores and retrieves values for a user. An ASP.NET Session State identifies requests from the same browser during a limited time window as a session, and provides a way to persist variable values for the duration of that session.


This is an anti forgery token (prevent CSRF attack). It guarantees that the poster is the one who gets the form. It prevents anybody from forging a link and having it activated by a powered user. 

Optional Cookies

We understand that not everyone likes data to be collected about them when it's not strictly necessary, so we'll ask you to set your preferences when you first visit our site. To make it easier to choose which optional cookies to accept, we've organized the optional cookies by category. You can choose which categories you'd be happy for us to use in your cookie settings and you can make changes at any time by clicking here or by clicking “Cookie Preferences” at the bottom of our site.  

Performance Cookies

Performance cookies allow us to analyze traffic on our site so we can measure and improve the performance of our site. They help us to, for example, recognize and count the number of visitors to our site, know which areas are used most often, see how visitors move around our site and determine the time spent on visited pages. With this data we can improve how our site works and be sure that the products and services we offer are right for you and other people.    

This data is not used to target you with online advertising. Without this data, we can't assess how our site is performing or make relevant improvements that could make your experience on our site better.

We work with service providers and third parties who also set these cookies on our site.

Name of Cookie 

Why do we use it?

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Google Analytics. As a user navigates between web pages, Google Analytics provides website owners JavaScript tags (libraries) to record information about the page a user has seen, for example the URL of the page. See for more information


Leadfeeder. The cookie is set for the website domain only. Leadfeeder does not use 3rd party cookies. For more information see

Functional Cookies

Functional cookies enable our site to provide enhanced functionality and personalization. Data collected by functional cookies enables our site to remember choices you make. 

We work with service providers and third parties who also set these cookies on our site.

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Why do we use it?


This allows us to determine what cookies we can set on the site for you.

Advertising Cookies

Advertising cookies allow us to collect information about your browsing habits, including understanding what you’re interested in on our site and on social media and identifying which other websites may have directed you to our site. We and/or our partners use this information to personalize our marketing to you, including online advertising (i.e., “interest-based advertising”) and marketing through post, email or social media. This information may also be used to build a profile about you and your interests in order to show you relevant advertisements. These cookies also help us to understand the performance of our marketing activities and improve the relevance of advertisements.   

If you don’t wish to consent to this category of cookies, it’s important to note that you may still receive generic advertising messages, but such messages will be less relevant to you and your interests. 

We work with service providers and third parties who also set these cookies on our site.

Name of Cookie

Why do we use it?


Google advertising cookie / cookie for the Google Adsense advertisement service. Helps measure the success of advertisement campaigns.



What choices do you have related to cookies?  

Managing Your Cookie Preferences

You can manage your cookie preferences at any time by clicking here or by clicking “Cookie Preferences” at the bottom of our site.   

Disabling or Removing Cookies From Your Browser

Regular cookies generally may be disabled or removed using tools available as part of most commercial browsers, and in some instances blocked in the future by selecting certain settings. The choices available, and the mechanism used, will vary from browser to browser. Such browser settings are typically found in the “options,” “tools” or “preferences” menu. You may also consult the browser’s “help” menu. You can learn more about cookies and how to block cookies on different types of browsers by visiting Please be aware that if you disable or remove cookies, some parts of our site may not work and when you revisit our site, your ability to limit browser-based cookies will be subject to your browser settings and limitations.

Opting-Out of Interest-Based Advertising

You have the ability to opt-out of interest-based advertising from third-party advertisers who are members of the Network Advertising Initiative (NAI) by visiting You may also opt-out of receiving targeted advertisements from other companies that perform interest-based advertising services via the European Interactive Digital Advertising Alliance (EDAA) at Opting out of interest-based advertising does not mean you will no longer see advertising online, but it does mean that the companies from whom you opt-out will no longer show ads that have been tailored to your interests. 


You may have more options to control cookies depending on your mobile device and operating system. For example, most device operating systems (e.g., iOS for Apple phones, Android for Android devices, and Windows for Microsoft devices) provide their own instructions on how to limit or prevent the delivery of tailored in-application advertisements. You can review the support materials and/or the privacy settings for the respective operating systems to learn more about these features.

What if we change this Cookie Notice?  

We may make changes to this Cookie Notice at any time. When we make changes, we will revise the “Effective Date” at the top of this Cookie Notice. If the changes are material, we will endeavor to notify you in advance of such changes taking place. 

How do you contact us? 

If you have any questions about this Cookie Notice, you may contact us at


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