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We use the following cookies:
|Cookie Type||Cookie Name||Purpose||More information|
|Analytical/ performance cookies||Google Analytics||This cookie helps us to: (a) Estimate our audience size and usage pattern. (b) Understand how visitors navigate to and through the Site. (c) Track the effectiveness of digital marketing campaigns. (d) Recognise you when you return to the Site.||You can find out more about Google Analytics here|
|Targeting Cookies||Google Tag Manager||This cookie helps us to understand visitor information and the source of visits.||You can find out more about Google Tag Manager here|
|Demo Request management Cookies||Hubspot||This cookie collects your trial, contact or demo requests||You can find out more at knowledge.hubspot.com|
|Targeting Cookies||Hotjar||This cookie monitors user interactions with the site||You can find out more at help.hotjar.com|
|Chat functionality||Crisp||Cookies are necessary for chatbox functionalities; they are needed to restore the chat session and messages of a chatbox user when browsing between website pages and/or coming back on the website a few days after.||You can find out more at help.crisp.chat|
The most popular web browsers all allow you to manage cookies. You can choose to accept or reject all cookies, or just specific types of cookies.
2.1. How to manage cookies in different web browsers
Most browsers will allow you to turn off cookies, although please note that turning off cookies may restrict your use of the Site.
The following links provide information on how to modify the cookies settings on some popular browsers:
Please note that we do not currently respond to Do Not Track (DNT) signals.
We strongly recommend that you leave cookies active, because they enable you to take advantage of the most attractive features of the Site, but this remains your personal choice.
You can also visit the About Cookies website for more information about cookies and how to manage them.
THIRD PARTY COOKIES
You block cookies by activating the setting on your browser that allows you to refuse the setting of all or some cookies. However, if you use your browser settings to block all cookies (including essential cookies) you may not be able to access all or parts of our Site.
If you would like more information about these third-party cookies, it is available from www.youronlinechoices.com/uk.
Note that when third parties are collecting information about you, those third parties are acting as controllers in their own right (i.e. they are not acting on our behalf).
Sometimes we embed content (for example images or videos) from third party websites such as YouTube, Vimeo, Wix and Umso. As a result, when you visit a page on our Site that features such content, you may be presented with cookies from these third-party websites. We do not control these cookies and cannot prevent these websites or domains from collecting information relating to your use of such content.
On some pages, we also feature embedded ‘Share’ buttons or widgets that enable you to share content with friends through a number of popular social networking platforms (e.g. Twitter, Facebook, Instagram etc.).
These platforms may set cookies which can identify you as an individual, even when you are not logged in to their services. This means that such platforms may be collecting information about your broader online activities, as well as your activities whilst browsing the Site. We do not control these cookies and you should therefore check the relevant third-party platform to understand how your information is or might be used and to determine how to opt out.
We will review, and where necessary update, this policy. If we have your e-mail address, we may notify you of any updates and, if necessary, ask you to confirm that you consent to such updates.