Cookie policy

Danish Export Association – our cookie policy

We use cookies on our website, and you can learn here in detail what cookies are, what we use them for, how you delete cookies and more. Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions or if you have any other inquires related to cookies.

Who owns this website?

This website is owned and published by:

Danish Export Association
Eksportens Hus
Lysbrohøjen 24

DK-8600 Silkeborg
Denmark

Tel: +45 86 81 38 88
E-mail: export@dk-export.dk

What are cookies?

A cookie is a text file that is saved on your computer, mobile phone or tablet whenever you visit our website. Cookies are used to recognise and remember your preferences in relation to e.g. the pages you visited or your login information to our service platform ‘Min Eksportforening’ (My Export Association). We use this to collect statistics about our website. In other words, cookies provide us with data about your and other visitors’ use of our website, and this helps us create relevant content, optimise the website’s design, user-friendliness, etc.

Cookies do not contain software code, e.g. they do not contain a virus.

Do you want to delete cookies?

If you do not want us to collect data about you, you can delete your cookies at any time. To learn how to go about this using different browsers, please click here.

What data do we collect using cookies?

We typically collect and process the following data, all of which is collected, anonymised and stored via Google Analytics: Unique IP address and technical information about what the visitor is using to visit the site, e.g. mobile phone or laptop and from where the visitor came from. In addition, we collect data about visitors’ geographical locations and which pages they visit and click.

If you have provided your specific and informed consent that we may collect your name, e-mail address, telephone number, job title and which company you work for, we will collect and process this data. This takes place e.g. when you register for activities, when you subscribe to e-mails from us or when you download material from our website. You can learn more about how we process and store your data in our personal data policy. To read the personal data policy, please click here

Security

It is crucial for us to make sure that your personal data is secure so that your personal data is prevented from being deleted, made public, lost, impaired, disclosed to unauthorised persons, misused or processed in violation of the law. Therefore, we have taken the necessary technical measures in accordance with IT security, etc.

Cookies from a third party

We use cookies from third parties to collect statistics about our website, for the purpose of adjusting and creating content, optimising the website, etc. We never disclose data about anyone who has visited our website.

We use the following third-party services:

  • Google Analytics: Cookies from Google Analytics are used to collect anonymised statistics about the use of our website, etc.

To learn more, please click here.

  • eMarketeer: If you have provided your specific and informed consent, we may send you information and marketing, or if you are a current or previous customer who receives e-mails from us, eMarketeer saves a cookie on your computer if you click on links in our e-mails. This cookie shows us which pages you have visited in our website. In this way, we obtain knowledge about your interests etc., and can thereby provide you with information and activities that match your preferences and interests. Learn more here.

Storage period

We store personal data in accordance with our personal data policy, which you can read in full here.

Accessing data and complaints

You are entitled to be informed about what personal data about you we process, and you can ask us to delete personal data if you desire this. In addition, you can withdraw your consent that we can process personal data about you. You can contact us at any time – just send an e-mail to Head of Communications and Marketing, at tanja.hai@dk-export.dk

If you wish to complain about our processing of your personal data, you can also contact the Danish Data Protection Agency.