What cookies are used and when is permission required?
- Functional cookies (always on)
Functional cookies are technically necessary to enable the website to work. Therefore, we always place these cookies and no consent is required for them.
- Analytical cookies (always on)Via analytical cookies we store information about the use of the website, so that we can make improvements. We have paid attention to safeguarding your privacy and protecting your data. This means that we cannot trace your personal data and behaviour, so no consent is necessary. We always place these cookies.
- Personal cookies
Besides functional and analytical cookies, other websites may also place cookies. These are cookies that give you the best personal experience on our website and beyond. Your consent is required for the placing of these cookies.
Using the browser settings on your computer, you can remove any cookies that have been placed and you can disable the placing of new cookies. The way in which this happens differs per browser (Edge, Firefox, Chrome, Safari, Opera). You will find more information in your browser settings.
It may be that the website does not function optimally if you opt to disable the cookies on the website.
We use the reCAPTCHA service from Google Inc. (Google) to protect data sent through this website. This function checks whether a message is sent by a person to prevent 'spam bots', for example, from automatically sending messages or leaving comments.
We use Microsoft Clarity to gain insight into the use of our website. With these insights we can further improve the website. Microsoft places a cookie to measure website usage. The data stored by this cookie cannot be traced back to a person in any way. Your permission is required for the placing of this cookie. Microsoft Clarity will not be used without your permission.
We attach great importance to the protection of your privacy and the security of your data. You can therefore be sure that we handle your details carefully and confidentially and that your data are properly secured. Our privacy statement explains how.