What is a cookie?


A cookie is a small text file stored in your browser which is recognised by the website when you revisit it and which makes it possible to send personalised information to your browser. A cookie may contain text, numbers or for example a date, but we never store any personal data in a cookie.

A cookie is not a program and does not contain virus.

How long does a cookie last?

Some cookies are deleted as soon as you leave a website, others will be stored for years. Most cookies have a lifetime of 12-24 months. Every time you revisit  our website, this period is extended.

Cookies from others

We use cookies to give you and other users the best experience on our website and to target our marketing.

We use Google Analytics which uses cookies to gather statistics about website usage – but not about the users. We use a cookie that tells the website whether your browser can read JavaScript. We use Active Campaign to track user behaviour.

We use cookies from:

  • Google Analytics
  • Google Tag Manager
  • Active Campaign
  • LinkedIn
  • Google Audience
  • Facebook

We use cookies to collect anonymous and personally identifiable data which the users provide. Data are stored and processed in Denmark, the EU and USA – and are shared with third parties. We use data for marketing purposes (CRM).

Moreover, we regularly test cookies that help us recognise users.

(Hey, we live in a digital age, so obviously we are trying out new digital tools)

How to avoid cookies

If you do not want to receive cookies, you can click here: http://minecookies.org/cookiehandtering  to learn how you avoid cookies, get a cookie warning or delete the cookies on your harddisk.

Often, you can also find help in your own browser. Usually, you just have to press F1 and then search for ‘cookie’.

However, keep in mind that you lose many user-friendly benefits if you do not want to use cookies. For example, the site will no longer remember the information you want to send us.