What are Cookies?

Cookies are small files sent from a web server to a web browser to collect feedback. Cookies are stored on your device, whether it be a computer, laptop, tablet, or smartphone. Their main function is to identify your device and track its behavior when you visit our website.

Cookies enhance your website browsing experience. They store and transmit preferences like login and language, making your experience safer and faster.

There are two kinds of cookies – temporary and permanent. Temporary cookies are stored on your device when you visit our websites and are removed when you close the page. Permanent cookies are saved on your device for a longer time.

You may opt to store cookies on your device when absolutely necessary or change your browser settings to remove cookies.

Types of Cookies

Essential Cookies

Essential cookies keep the website running smoothly as they recognize you and make browsing. Without these, using services and agreeing to our rules could be challenging and risky. These cookies also save you from entering the same information multiple times and are typically permanent without requiring your permission. We use essential cookies to process your personal data.

Performance and Functionality Cookies

These cookies anonymously gather data and help us improve navigation and marketing. The cookies do not store personal information that can identify you but rather store information about your preferences, like where you are from and the language you use. These help give you the best experience on the website as they personalize your visits. The information collected by these cookies is anonymous. They cannot track your activity on other sites.

Targeting Cookies or Advertising Cookies

These cookies monitor your browsing habits to display ads tailored to your interests and regulate the frequency of their appearance. They are deployed by third-party advertising networks, sharing your website visits with advertisers in order to gauge the impact of ads.

Social Media Cookies

These cookies let you share your site activity on social media platforms such as Facebook, LinkedIn, Instagram, and X. There is no direct control to these cookies, revisiting the privacy policy is advised. To delete, check your browser’s help section for instructions on finding the storage file or folder.

Third-party cookies

Third-party cookies are created by websites other than the one currently being visited. Their primary purpose is to display advertisements and track internet activity. They gather data on browsing behavior and preferences, often without explicit permission.

Cookie Storage

Our website does not use its own cookies but rather uses third-party cookies to measure overall website performance and visitor engagement. Hence, the data storage period is the same as those set in the respective cookie policies of these third-party platforms, such as Google Analytics and HubSpot.