Cookies are small pieces of data that the websites you visit store on your device via the browser. With the help of cookies, websites can remember the preferences that each user sets for themselves to improve their user experience.
For the sake of further improving the experience, cookies also enable sites to gather user analytics either for a single visit or multiple repeated sessions.
What types of cookies do we use?
Our usage of cookies is GDPR compliant.
We rely on cookies provided by a trusted third party — Google. Here are the types of cookies that we use on our website:
- Strictly necessary cookies enable the basic functionality of the website.
- Performance cookies are used to differentiate the users from each other. They collect the data on how users interact with the website and save the information they submit through contact forms, which we may later use for correspondence or analytics purposes.
You can withdraw consent at any time you wish. You can do that via your browser: most of them do offer a feature to reject cookies. But keep in mind that upon disabling cookies your web surfing experience will be affected.
You can find more information on how to manage cookies in different browsers by following those links: