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1. Improving the website's user-friendliness
2. Administration of the website
Cookies do not collect any information that may identify you individually. Likewise, a cookie gives us no access to your computer or information about you.
We ensure your information - we are committed to it. In order to prevent unauthorized access to or disclosure of information, we have integrated relevant physical, electronic and management procedures that can protect and secure the information we collect online.
You can choose to accept or reject cookies. Most internet browsers automatically accept cookies, but you can mostly customize your browser's settings to reject cookies if you so prefer. Such an action may in some cases prevent you from using certain features on this website.
Third party cookies can be used for the following:
We use Google Analytics (GA) to analyze the use of all our websites. GA generates statistics and other information about website usage using the cookies stored on users' computers. The generated information related to our website is used to compile reports about the use of the site. Google saves and uses that information.
Most browsers allow you to block all cookies, but a few will only allow you to reject third party cookies.
Further information about cookies and the cookie notice is available on the Danish Enterprise Agency's website: www.danishbusinessauthority.dk
You are always welcome to contact AP24 A / S for further information on telephone +44 (0) 20 36 30 1208 and firstname.lastname@example.org