Our policy is not to create cookies that allow us to individually identify, isolate or track our users after they have left our website. We do not store personal data that is gathered by cookies.
We have one cookie that is used for functional reasons which is necessary for the site to work and set by our content management system, this only lasts for the length of your visit.
We use some cookies for enhancing the search functionality on the site. This helps the website remember your selections and makes the search tool easier to use. None of this data persists for longer than 5 minutes.
The other cookies we use are ‘analytical’ cookies. They allow us to recognise and count the number of visitors and to see how visitors move around the site when they’re using it. This helps us to improve the way our website works, for example by making sure users are finding what they need easily. If you do not disable them but continue to use our site we will take this as your consent to the use of those cookies.
Read more about the individual cookies we use and how to recognise them below:
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We use Active Campaign site tracking to analyse contacts movements across site (which page(s) visited).
We use this cookie from Thrive Themes to differentiate which opt in form you filled out
We use this cookie from Thrive Themes to track impressions of website forms
We use this cookie from Thrive Themes to track A/B testing of website forms and popups
Once you make a comment on site (blog), the details entered are stored in WordPress.
Author = your name
Email v= your email
Comment = your inputted comment
We use this cookie from Thrive Headline Optimizer which displays an array of index blog post variations a user has seen
We use this cookie from Thrive Headline Optimizer to collect blog post title engagements to determine a winner
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These Cookies are stored independently by LinkedIn and Quadris have no control over the cookies themselves. They do allow us to anonymously track conversions for our LinkedIn advertising.
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These Cookies are stored independently by Google and Quadris have no control over the cookies themselves. They are used primarily for providing relevant location based information when Google Maps are embedded in our website.
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