Cookie policy

What are cookies or similar technologies? 

A cookie is a small text file sent from a website and stored on your computer or mobile device while you are using the website. It enables the website to remember your actions and preferences over a period of time to improve overall user experience. 

Cookies can remain on your computer or mobile device for different periods of time. Some cookies are 'session cookies', meaning that they exist only while your browser is open. These are deleted automatically once you close your browser. Other cookies are 'permanent cookies', meaning that they survive after your browser is closed.  

If you are not familiar with cookies, you can find more detailed information about deleting and controlling them here

How do we use Cookies? 

We use cookies to help improve your experience on the Inflexion website. 

We use our own first party cookies to collect information about visitor behaviour on the Inflexion website. Certain cookies available through our website are also placed by third party website operators. This means that the information about you collected by those third party cookies will be shared with the relevant third party. Please refer to the relevant third party website operator’s privacy notice for more information about how they may use such information. 

Removing and disabling cookies 

Please be aware that in order to use the Inflexion website you will need to allow certain essential cookies. If you subsequently block or delete those cookies, some aspects of the website may not work properly, and you may not be able to access all or part of the website. 

You can opt-out of each cookie category (except Essential cookies) by clicking on the “cookie settings” link in the footer of the Inflexion website. 

Cookies used on our site 

Further information

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The Inflexion website may offer the opportunity to “connect” website content via the social network LinkedIn. Social networks such as this almost always use cookies. If you are a member of LinkedIn and do not want the social network cookies to be placed on your system, we suggest that you refrain from using such sharing tools. 

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We use Lead Forensics’ IP tracking technology to identify businesses visiting our websites and the pages they visit. These cookies cannot identify the individual visiting our website, and only provides us with information readily available in the public domain, including the visiting company’s contact information.

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