Cookies are small pieces of data that are placed on your computer or device by websites that you visit. They are used to improve your online experience and make websites function more efficiently.
Our website uses a variety of cookies to collect anonymous details about your behaviour while you are on our site – this information that we collect does not personally identify you in any way.
You are in control of your own experience, so you may delete or block cookies at any time, but please bear in mind that this may impact your experience and elements of our website may not work.
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You can also opt out of being tracked by Google Analytics across all websites.
Google (Universal Analytics)
These cookie are installed by Google Analytics. They are used to store information on how visitors use the website and they help us to understand how the website is performing. The data collected, which includes the number of visitors, the source where they have come from, and the pages they visited is collected in an anonymous format. If however a user completes a form on the website and freely provides personally identifiable information such as their name, email, or phone number, the anonymous data mentioned above will be combined with the personally identifiable data. This unified data helps us to understand the activities people are performing on our website before they fill in a form and helps us to enhance the performance of the website and optimise future marketing campaigns.
These cookie are installed by Google DoubleClick (Google Studio). They store information about how users interact with the website, and any other advertisement run through DoubleClick, before visiting the website. We install these cookies so that we can serve users with ads that are relevant to them.
These cookies are used to help customize ads on Google properties, like Google Search. They are also used to support sharing of content to Google Plus.
This cookie gathers website statistics and tracks conversion rates.
This is a security cookie used to protect a user’s data from unauthorized access.
This cookie allows for embedded YouTube videos on our website.
This cookie is used to customise advertising across the web, but data captured is stored in Google.com (as opposed to DoubleClick).
This cookie is set to ‘strict’ and prevents the browser from sending cookie information stored on our site to other third-party sites. The main goal is to protect user information and to protect against cross-site request forgery attacks.
These cookies enable Google Maps functionality.
This cookie is installed to capture the channel, source, medium, campaign and content that the user interacted with before visiting the website for the first time. This data is collected so that we can determine which channels, sources etc. are most effective at driving users to our website.
This cookie is installed to capture the Page Name and URL of the landing page that a user visits on their first visit to our website. We capture this data to build an understanding of which pages / information users are most interested in.
This cookie is installed to capture the channel, source, medium, campaign and content that the user interacted with before visiting the website on their most recent visit. This data is collected so that we can determine which channels, sources etc. are most effective at driving users to our website.
This cookie is installed to capture the Page Name and URL of the landing page that a user visits on their most recent visit to our website. We capture this data to build an understanding of which pages / information users are most interested in.
These cookie are installed by LinkedIn and allow us to deliver relevant advertisement to users when they are on LinkedIn or a digital platform powered by LinkedIn after visiting our website.
This cookie is installed by LinkedIn and is used for routing from Share buttons and ad tags. For example if a user clicks the LinkedIn Icon on one of our blog posts LinkedIn will access this cookie so it knows which article to share.
These cookie are installed by LinkedIn. The purpose of these cookies is to enable sign-in with LinkedIn and/or the LinkedIn follow feature.
Used to track the use of embedded LinkedIn features such as share buttons.
This is a general-purpose platform session cookie used by our website to keep track of anonymous user sessions by server.
This session cookie is set to let Hotjar know whether to include a visitor in a sample which is used to generate funnels.
This cookie is set when the customer first lands on a page with the Hotjar script and is used to keep track of unique users across multiple sessions. This ensures that behaviour in subsequent visits to our website will be attributed to the same user.
This cookie is set once a visitor completes a poll using the Hotjar Feedback Poll widget. It is used to ensure that the same poll does not re-appear once it has been filled in.