What are cookies
Cookies are small text files, which often include a unique identifier that is sent by a web server to your computer, mobile phone or any other internet enabled device (“device”) when you visit a website.
Cookies are widely used in order to make websites work efficiently and help provide us with business and marketing information to enable us to make informed decisions on the development of our websites. We may collect information about your computer, including your IP address, operating system and browser type, for system administration and in order to create reports. This is statistical data about our users’ browsing actions and patterns, and does not identify any individual.
What type do we use
We use one main type of cookie:
‘Performance’ cookies – used to help us see how you use our Website e.g. which pages you visit. These cookies don’t collect any information that could identify you – all the information collected is anonymous and is only used to help us improve the performance of our Website, understand what interests our users and measure how effective our advertising is. We use performance cookies to analyse the performance of our Website, to help us improve the Website by measuring any errors that occur and to see how effective our adverts are (this isn’t shared with 3rd parties). Sometimes cookies are managed for us by third parties, but we don’t allow the third party to use the cookies for any purpose other than those listed above. By using our Website, you accept the use of ‘Performance’ cookies.
To remove cookies from your device, you can use these guides:
We utilise a number of different cookie variations that serve a number of different functions.
This Website uses Google® Analytics, a web analytics service. Google Analytics uses “cookies”, which are text files placed on your computer, to help the Website interact with how users use the Website. On behalf of the operator of this Website Google will use this information for the purpose of evaluating your use of the Website, compiling reports on Website activity and providing other services relating to Website activity and internet usage to the Website operator. The IP address collected through Google Analytics will not be associated with any other data held by Google.
Google, Inc. is not affiliated with Evolve Ltd.
Use of Google analytics
In order to improve our users’ experience, we may use Google Analytics features such as Google Analytics Demographics and Interest Reporting.
Information collected by our cookies will not personally identify you. It does, however, identify your computer and connection to the Internet. We only collect general information about your computer settings, connection to the Internet (e.g. operating system and platform), IP address, browsing patterns, and interactions within our Website.
With regards to Google Analytics Demographics and Interest Reporting, we may use data from Google’s Interest-based advertising and/or third party audience data (e.g. age, gender and interests) with Google Analytics to target and optimise our marketing campaigns, strategies and our Website content.
Cookies we use
The table below summarises the cookies we use on this site to help make sure our website delivers information and services securely.
|Google Analytics||_ga||Tracking cookie for analytics.js. Used to collect information about how visitors use our website.||After 2 years|
|Google Analytics||_gat||Tracking cookie for analytics.js. Used to throttle request rate.||After 1 min|
|Google Analytics||_gid||Tracking cookie for analytics.js. Used to collect information about how visitors use our website.||24 hrs|
Changes to this policy
Please be aware that this Policy may be updated at any time. As such, please ensure that you regularly read the latest version of this page.
A cookie is information that a web server stores on your hard disk so that it allows a website to store your preferences on your machine and later retrieve it.
An IP address is a 32-binary digit number that identifies each sender or receiver of information that is sent in packets across the Internet.
A session is a series of interactions between two communication end points that occur during the span of a single connection and is related to a particular session number.