What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small text file which can be saved by a website on your computer or mobile device when you visit that website. Each website uses these files to improve the browsing experience.
This way, we can save your preferences and you do not have to sign in each time.
This also helps us to know which pages are visited most often, what we can improve and how we can increase the speed of our website.
Functional and technical cookies
Cookies from our website itself which are required to ensure a safe and optimal connection to our website. These are called functional and technical cookies. They are related to the browsing experience (your language preference, for example). The cookies are stored for the duration of your visit.
Cookies of third-party websites
The use of these services is necessary and why these functionalities are not deactivated.
These cookies are stored for 2 years.
Other statistical cookies, such as the cookies of the company Hotjar, are used to analyse the internet user's behaviour on the website. Data gathered by Hotjar are processed to be anonymised.
The statistical cookies are stored for 2 years maximum.
More information about the cookies
To know how cookies work, please refer to the website http://www.allaboutcookies.org.
Adapt your browser preferences
You can adapt your browser's parameters in order to accept, to refuse or to remove these cookies. Visit the pages mentioned below to know how to configure your browser in order to accept, to refuse or to remove cookies: