Crowe Peak Cookies

What are cookies?

Cookies are small text files that are automatically placed on your computer or mobile device almost every time you visit a website. They are then saved by your web browser. Cookies store basic information about your online behavior, without identifying you personally. Each time you visit a website, your browser sends these cookies back to the website, which allows the website to recognize your computer or mobile device and personalize and improve your visitor experience.

What types of cookies do we use?

There are three types of cookies that we use. These are explained below:

Essential cookies:
These cookies are necessary to help you gain access to our website and make use of all the options on our web pages. The website would not function effectively without these cookies and you would not be able to use certain functions.

Analytics and customized cookies:
We strive to make your visit to our website as pleasant as possible. We use cookies so that we can understand how visitors use our website and how we can improve visitor experiences. The so-called “analytics” cookies provide us with anonymous information with which we can identify which parts of our website are of most interest to visitors and where they encounter errors or difficulties. We also use these cookies to test different designs and functions. They also give us an insight into how our visitors access our websites.

Advertising cookies:
Advertising cookies help ensure that our advertisements are relevant to your interests. We work with third parties to offer you access to interesting and up to date content on our website. These cookies store information about your responses to advertising and help us continue to improve your visit to our site. Some advertising cookies help us to select advertisements that are based on your interests. Others help us to prevent the same advert being shown to you again and again.

Managing your cookie settings

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