Privacy policy

What are cookies and why do we use them on our platform?

When you visit a website there are small files stored on your browser – these are called cookies. They can hold information in the form of IP addresses or unique IDs so it’s possible for websites to identify and recall individual users upon repeated visits. You also call it a sort of website tracking. The use of cookies can give us insight into how our website performs and see how we reach our audience.

What kind of data do we store?

We do not store your personal data upon accessing the website, but we do store visiting statistics and use them to look at how we can develop and improve our website.

If you sign up to a seminar or newsletter, we will store the data you have given us, but we will not share this with outside parties. We save the data as long as necessary for the intended purpose, for example if we are to hold the seminar.

Your rights

You have the right to information about how your personal data is being used. This means that you can request access to certain information on how it is processed. You also have the right to request rectification of inaccurate personal data, restriction of excessive use, erasure of data where there is no basis for its use, and the transfer of personal data from our system to another actor, so-called data portability.

Let us know if you have any questions in regards to cookies and data storing: