What are cookies and how do they benefit you
- remembering when you are logged in
- helping to make our website function properly
- allowing you to share pages on social networks
- remembering your settings between visits
- allowing you to add comments to our blog
- helping us to improve our website for you
We take your continued use of our website, along with your choice to browse with cookies enabled in your browser settings to mean that you are happy to do this. You are freely able to turn off cookies if you wish (this is explained below), however doing so will mean the website does not function as intended.
Website function cookies
These cookies enable functions on our website and without them the website cannot function in the way you’d expect. Some of these functions include providing you access to secure areas of the website, and to add comments on our blog.
Social website cookies
Our website allows you to share our content on social networks (such as Linkedin, Facebook and Twitter). Cookies are set by AddThis which provides us with lots of sharing buttons in one package.
Visitor statistics cookies
These cookies collect information anonymously on how visitors are using our site (for example how long they spend on the site, what pages they look at, which channel they enter etc.) and this helps us to understand how visitors interact with our website and improve the website accordingly. To do this we use a number of third party services including Google analytics and Efficient Frontier.
These cookies track visitors across websites. This helps to display ads that are relevant and engaging for the individual user and therefore more valuable for publishers and third party advertisers.
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