Cookie Policy

When you visit and its subpages, you accept the following cookie and privacy policy:

General Information

When you access, Danske Iværksættere collects information about you. On this page, you can read about the information we collect, how we process it, and what we use it for.

What are cookies?

The first time you visit, you automatically receive one or more cookies. A cookie is a small text file that is stored in your web browser and identifies you as a unique user. Cookies make it easier to use the internet because you don't have to start over each time. In other words, Danske Iværksættere can use cookies to remember information about your previous actions on the site.

What does Danske Iværksættere use cookies for?

To find out who visits, we use cookies to create demographic and user-related statistics. For example, we collect information about how long you visit the website, whether you visit the course page, the blog, or the tool section, whether your computer has visited us before, what browser and operating system you use, IP addresses, etc.

We do this, among other things, to ensure that our users find our content relevant and to be able to remove pages and tools that are not relevant to users. In addition, we use the information as documentation for our partners.

You can also choose to save your username and password as a cookie, so you don't have to remember it the next time you visit Danske Iværksættere.

How do you avoid cookies?

If you do not want to save cookies, you can block all cookies, delete existing cookies from your hard drive, or receive a warning before a cookie is saved.

Learn more about how to avoid cookies in general.

Cookies from Google (traffic measurements) uses cookies from Google for traffic measurement. The purpose of these cookies is to create statistical information about the entire internet user group. It helps us, for example, to find out which pages are most popular and which pages need to be deleted or optimized.

Traffic measurement information is shared with our partners in anonymized form for the purpose of documenting traffic on and gaining better knowledge about users on individual websites. Information is also shared with third parties if required by authority requirements.

You can opt-out of Google Analytics cookies at any time by using the link below:

Opt-out of Google Analytics cookies.

Cookies from Facebook uses a pixel that retrieves a cookie from Facebook for the user's browser. This cookie is used to measure, optimize, and build target groups for Danske Iværksættere's advertising on Facebook. Facebook may in some cases link this data to the user's Facebook profile and use it for its own marketing purposes.

As a user, you can influence which advertising networks can target ads to you by, for example, using

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