WE USE COMMON TRACKING TECHNOLOGIES.
We utilize online identification technologies – such as cookies, web beacons, or pixels – on our site, for which we request your consent. Cookies are commonly used, small text files placed on your hard drive by us or a third party when you visit the site. Cookies store information which is then sent back to our servers or those of third parties.
As described in more detail below, we use these technologies:
- to recognize new or past visitors to our site.
- to improve our website and to better understand your visits on our platforms.
- to better understand the interests of our website visitors.
We use functional cookies and cookies from third parties for analysis purposes. Functional cookies enable certain parts of the site to work properly and for your user preferences to remain known. Analysis cookies, among other things collect information on how visitors use our site and the content that users view most frequently. Advertising cookies assist in delivering ads to relevant audiences and having our ads appear at the top of search results. Cookies are either “session” cookies, which are deleted when you end your browser session, or “persistent” cookies, which remain until their deletion by you or the party who served the cookie.
You can control certain tracking tools.
Certain choices you make are browser and device-specific.
Google Analytics: We use Google Analytics to collect information about how visitors use our website. For example, we collect details of the site where the visitor has come from and the total number of times a visitor has been to our website.
Webflow: Webflow is the backend system that houses our website. Webflow uses a cookie that tracks whether or not your browser is set to allow or reject cookies.