1. What is a cookie?
A cookie is a small text file that is sent from a web page and stored in your browser when you visit different websites. The cookie carries information about your visit to the website and when the browser contacts the same server again, it sends a copy of these files, which makes it possible for our websites to adapt to what you previously have done.
2. Different types of cookies
Cookies are usually divided into two main categories, one of which saves a file on your device for a long period of time until the expiration date of the cookie is reached (these cookies are called permanent cookies). The other category of cookies disappears when you leave the website and is not stored for a longer period of time (these cookies are called session cookies). There are also other technologies such as pixel tags, beacons, and other similar files and technologies that may have the same function as cookies.
3. What can cookies be used for?
Cookies can be used for many different purposes. Cookies can, for example, be used to specially adapt ads. With the help of third-party cookies for instance, it is possible to keep web statistics in order to make website improvements and to get information about target groups.
4. What kind of cookies do we use?
Necessary cookies (always active)
Necessary cookies are required in order for the website to work. These types of cookies are only used to respond to your actions when visiting our website, for example, in
order to fill contact forms. You can regulate these cookies in your browser, but please note that this can lead to certain problems with the functionality of the website. These cookies do not collect personal or sensitive information.
We use functional cookies to manage certain functions on the website in accordance with your choices. This means that when you continue to use or return to our website, the website will be provided as you previously requested. Functional cookies are session cookies and are not stored for an extended period. Functional cookies are also used to develop the website and are directly handed from us at Tendium. These cookies do not collect personal or sensitive information.
We use analytics cookies to analyse access, the use of the website, and how the website works. We use the information to maintain, operate, and improve the website. Analytics cookies are not necessary cookies and you can delete them with the help of the cookie consent banner. We mainly use three analytics cookies on our website, which have the purpose of tracking visitors, keeping track of visitors’ identities (IP-address), and to analyse sessions.
Advertising cookies can be set through our website by advertising partners and can be used to show you relevant ads on other websites. They do not directly store personal information, but identify your browser and internet device.
5. What does it mean to accept cookies?
When accepting cookies, you are given access to various functions and the information can be used to follow how you as a user surf. The cookie can help us to recognise your device the next time you visit our website and give you access to certain functions on the website.
6. What does the law say about cookies?
7. Why do I have to consent to cookies?
8. How do I change my settings for the usage of cookies?
You can block or delete cookies through the security settings in your browser. Cookies will no longer be stored on your computer if you choose to block cookies in your browser.
9. What are the consequences of blocking cookies?
If you choose to block cookies, the functionality of our website may be affected.
10. Where should I turn for questions or complaints?
Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for questions, comments, or complaints about cookies. It is also possible to report a website to the Swedish Post and Telecom Agency (PTS), who will decide whether supervision will be initiated or not.
11. List of cookies
This cookie is set by LinkedIn and is used to track visitors on multiple websites, in order to present relevant advertisements based on the visitor’s preferences.
This cookie is native to PHP applications. The cookie is used to store and identify a user’s unique session ID for the purpose of managing user sessions on the website. The cookie is a session cookie and is deleted when all browser windows are closed.
This cookie is set by Hubspot. According to their documentation, whenever Hubspot changes the session cookie, this cookie is also set to determine if the visitor has restarted their browser. If this cookie does not exist when Hubspot manages cookies, it is considered a new session.
This cookie is used by the Wordpress theme of the website. It allows the website owner to implement or change the content of the website in real-time.
This cookie is set by the provider Cloudflare content delivery network. This cookie is used for determining whether it should continue serving “Always Online” until the cookie expires.
This cookie is a browser ID cookie set by Linked share Buttons and ad tags.
1 year 24 days
This cookie is set by Hubspot and is used for tracking visitors. It contains the domain, utk, initial timestamp (first visit), last timestamp (last visit), current timestamp (this visit), and session number (increments for each subsequent session).
1 year 24 days
This cookie is used by Hubspot to keep track of the visitors to the website. This cookie is passed to Hubspot on form submission and used when deduplicating contacts.
This cookie is set by Hubspot. The purpose of the cookie is to keep track of sessions. This is used to determine if Hubspot should increment the session number and timestamps in the _hstc cookie. It contains the domain, viewCount (increments each pageview in a session), and session start timestamps.
This cookie is used to store the language preferences of a user to serve up content in that stored language the next time the user visits the website.
This cookie is used by Linkedin. The purpose of the cookie is to enable Linkedin functionalities on the page.
This cookie is set by LinkedIn and used for routing.
This cookie is used to store information about the time a synchronisation took place for users in selected countries and is provided by LinkedIn.