What are cookies and why we use them?
We use HubSpot services on this platform to optimize our marketing activities, as well as examine the use of this website by its visitors (number of users, session duration, page visits).
HubSpot is a CRM platform offering marketing and customer service tools. The data collected helps us analyze visitors’ interaction with the website and improve its overall performance and our services accordingly. Some of the cookies set by HubSpot are necessary or functional (e.g. _messageUtk), whereas some serve analytical and marketing purposes (e.g. _hssc, _hssrc,_hstc,_hubspotutk) and are set, therefore, upon your consent.
Google Analytics is a web analysis tool provided by Google Inc. (“Google”) to track and examine the use of this website by its visitors (numbers of users, session duration, page visits, user location) and prepare reports on its activities. We use this tool to analyze our visitors’ interaction with our website and improve it based on the data collected.
Google Analytics on this Website makes use of a feature called User ID. This provides a basis for user tracking by associating unique users with the same ID over various sessions and devices. This integration of Google Analytics anonymizes your IP address and, therefore, doesn’t allow Google to personally identify an individual. It works by shortening users’ IP addresses within member states of the European Union or in other contracting states to the Agreement on the European Economic Area. Google may use the data collected to contextualize and personalize the ads of its own advertising network. The information collected by Google Analytics is transmitted to a Google server in the USA.
To prevent Google Analytics from collecting your data, please visit this page.
Managing cookie preferences
Users can manage their cookie preferences to prevent the use or storage of trackers in various ways:
- by not providing their consent during the first website visit or withdrawing it
- by disabling them in their browser
- by deleting cookies in their browsers or clearing the browsing history
- by using ad blockers or other browser extensions
- third-party cookies can be additionally removed via a related opt-out link or by contacting the external provider.