What Is A Cookie?
Cookies are automatically created when you visit a website on the internet. They provide information about your computer, but not you personally - no personal or identifiable information is collected. They are used to recognise your device and preferences the next time you visit the same website.
The 'Cookies' themselves are tiny text files that contain small amounts of information that are downloaded by your web browser to your device when you visit a website, and can be deleted by you at any time.
Cookies can also have functional uses, to help ensure that the navigation, video players, audio players, or page sharing via social media work correctly. The statistics recorded can help us to improve performance, analysing trends, administer our website, and track visitor movements within our website. Based on these we can undertake further development to make improved, logical and ease-of-use adjustments to our website.
Third-party providers offer the social media sharing functionality. We may also use third-party Social Media websites such as LinkedIn, Facebook, Instagram, Google etc for communication and marketing, and may use their cookies to help target our advertising.
We do not have control over third-party providers, so please check the websites and Cookie Policies of any third parties when you are on their websites.
All recent versions of the most popular web browsers give you a level of control over your Cookies. You can set your browser to accept or reject all, or certain, Cookies. Please go the the 'Help' section of your browser for instructions on how to do this.
Please be aware that some areas of our website may not function correctly after you have changed your Cookie preference settings.
This document represents the Traction Business Acceleration Cookies Policy as at 1st October 2021.