What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small text file that is placed on the hard drive of your computer, tablet or telephone when you visit our website. Almost every website uses cookie technology. A cookie is downloaded by your browser during your first visit to a website. The next time this website is accessed using the same device, the cookie and the information contained therein will either be sent back to the website that created the cookie (First Party Cookie) or sent to another website to which the cookie belongs (Third Party Cookie ). This allows the website to detect that you have previously opened it with this browser, and in some cases changes the content displayed.
Some cookies are extremely useful as they can improve the user experience when accessing a website that you have visited several times before. For example, if you are using the same device and browser as you have used before, cookies remember your preferences and how you use a website, and the offers displayed may be changed to ones that are more relevant to your personal interests and needs.
Depending on their function and intended purpose, cookies can be divided into four categories*: essential cookies, performance cookies, functional cookies and cookies for marketing purposes.
Cookies that do not require permission on this website
Essential cookies, also referred to as “strictly necessary cookies”, provide functions without which you would not be able to use this website as intended. These cookies are used exclusively by Venturn, and are therefore the so-called First Party Cookies. They are only stored on your device during the current browser session. Essential cookies cannot be disabled using this website’s feature. In general, you can disable cookies in your browser at any time.
Cookies that require permission on this website
Cookies that are not essential to use the website in accordance with the definition mentioned above perform important tasks. Without these cookies, functions that enable easy browsing on our website, such as filling in forms, are no longer available. The settings you have made cannot be saved and must therefore be requested again on each page. In addition, we do not have the opportunity to approach you with offers tailored to you.
Depending on their function and intended purpose, cookies can be divided into four categories: essential cookies, performance cookies, functional cookies and cookies for marketing purposes.
Essential cookies are required to enable you to move around a website and use its features. Without these cookies, functionalities cannot be ensured, for example that actions performed during a visit (such as text input) are saved, even when switching between individual pages of the website.
Functional cookies enable the website to store data that has already been provided (such as the data you enter in a job application form) and to provide the user with improved, more personal functions. For example, functional cookies are used to enable requested functions, such as our chat function. These cookies collect anonymised data; they cannot track your activities on other websites.
Performance cookies collect information about how a website is used; for example, which pages a user opens most often and whether they get error messages on a particular page. These cookies do not store any information that could identify the user. The information collected will be aggregated and analyzed without identifying a specific person. These cookies are used exclusively to improve the performance of a website and thus improve the user experience.
Marketing cookies are used to select advertisements that are relevant to specific users and tailored to their interests. They are also used to limit the frequency with which an advertisement appears and to measure the effectiveness of advertising campaigns. They register whether you have visited a website or not. This information may be shared with third parties, such as advertisers. Cookies to improve audience engagement and advertising are often linked to third-party page functionality. Profiling cookies are also used by YouTube, Facebook, Twitter and Flickr, for example when you click on the “like” button.
Management and deletion of cookies
For more information about privacy, please refer to https://vyp.venturngroup.com/privacy-policy/