A cookie is a small file that your browser stores on your computer when visiting our website. The information in the file can be send back to us when you visit us again. This way we will recognize you and improve your experience.

Why do we use cookies?

Cookies make sure that our website performs well and is safe to visit. They also tell us how our site is being used and how we can improve it, to improve your experience.

Which type of cookies do we use?

Functional cookies

These cookies are crucial to the operation of our site. Without these cookies you cannot log in and some preferences (like your language) will not be stored.

Google Analytics

To test the quality and effectiveness of our site we use Google Analytics. This way we see how our site is being used and how we can improve the site for your experience. We have signed a Data processor agreement with Google. This means that Google may and shall not use the collected data for its own purposes.

Social media

Our website contains links to LinkedIn, Twitter and Youtube. These buttons allow you to share our pages and content through social media. Social media can place cookies on your system through the code behind the buttons. This is something out of our control, that we cannot influence. We advise you to read the privacy statements of Linkedin, Twitter and Youtube on a regular basis, to see what happens with your data collected through those cookies.

How can I get insight in my data, get them corrected of removed?

You can get insight in your personal data, have them corrected or removed by sending a mail to:

We need 14 days to process your request.

How do I disable or remove cookies from our site?

You can choose not to allow the use of cookies. One way of doing this is through the ‘block’ settings in your browser. This may differ per browser, but is mostly explained in the help function.  If you disable cookies some functions on our website may perform less.