This cookie policy applies to all Benefit Seven entities, for all the company business objects and activities, in all our geographical locations.
Benefit Seven is the data controller which collects and processes all the personal data that you provide on (“our website”).
Our cookie policy is aimed at describing how we protect the confidentiality of all of our website visitors.

For the purposes of this policy, “personal information” means data which refers to and identify a certain person, whether directly or indirectly, such as your name or contact information. If you have questions on the processing of your personal data on our website, consult our Confidentiality Policy or e-mail us at:

Our website uses cookies, or Web Beacons, to improve the visitor experience and website performance. Certain areas of our website also use cookies to let us know more about you and provide you with a more customised visiting experience.

A cookie is a small text file which allows our website to store information (an “identifier”) in your browser, used exclusively by our website. Cookies are not used to find the personal identity of each visitor on our website. They help us to follow traffic patterns in order to determine the location and preferred language of the user, to direct them to the correct country start page when visiting our website. This cookies are set by us and are called primary cookies.

On certain pages of our website, the cookies are intended to help us follow your preferences while surfing the web, enabling us to customize your relevant advertising and understand what is important for you.
Moreover, we use third party cookies for our advertising and marketing efforts in other fields.

If you don’t wish to receive cookies from our website, you have the following options:
• you may opt out of receiving them, or
• you may deactivate the cookies already installed on your device
You can choose at any time to express or change your cookie options as described below:
If most browsers are set to accept cookies by default, you have the following options:
• choose to accept all the cookie modules, or
• choose to stop receiving them.

Moreover, you also have the option to set your browser to accept or reject cookies before being installed, as applicable. In addition, you can periodically delete cookies from your device via your browser settings. However, please be aware that if you deactivate the cookies in your browser, you may no longer be able to fully experience all the features of our websites. For instance, you will not be able to use the automatic connection feature and other customization options of our website.

Remember that you have to configure all the browsers of the various devices (tablets, smartphones, computers). There are many ways to configure browsers, so that you will have to read the browser help section to understand how to configure it and how to set the different features.

The audience tracking cookies can be deactivated as follows:
• You can deactivate the “Google Analytics” cookies by downloading the module available at the following address:
• You can deactivate the Insight tag from LinkedIn by changing the LinkedIn user settings:

More precisely, we use cookies and tracking technologies for the following purposes:
• To facilitate browsing;
• To help you register with our events, help you connect and provide feedback;
• To analyse how you use our products, services or applications;
• To assist you in our promotional and marketing activities (including targeted advertising)

Our cookies have four features, as follows:
• Required cookies
• Performance cookies
• Functional cookies
• Targeting and tracking cookies

Some cookies we use are essential for the operation of our website. They are usually set in response to your actions for service requests, such as setting confidentiality preferences, authentication or the filling out of forms. You can set your browser to block or warn you about these cookies, but you have to know that certain parts of the website may stop working.

Some cookies help us improve our performance and design of our website. This feature allows us to measure how many times a page was visited, to know what pages are the least visited and see how visitors access our website. All the data collected by these cookies are aggregated, and therefore anonymous. If you choose to deactivate these cookies, we will no longer know when you visited our website.

Some cookies help us remember the selected settings or let us help you with other features when visiting and using our website. This helps us remember your preferences when you return to our website.

These cookie modules improve functionality and customization. They can be set by us or the third party suppliers whose services we added to our pages. If you reject these cookies, some or all of these features could work incorrectly.

These cookies are installed in our website by our advertising partners. They can be used by those companies to create a profile of your interests and display relevant ads on other websites. They work by uniquely identifying your browser and device. If you reject these cookies, you will no longer experience targeted advertising on certain websites.

These cookies collect information on the origin of your visit, if you have been exposed to Benefit Seven advertising, what ads you have seen, regardless whether you visited our website directly or indirectly, and the device you used for browsing. This information is anonymously collected via third party suppliers.

Moreover, we also use cookies on certain pages of our website, in order to communicate with third party data suppliers about your digital behaviour. This will help us understand and target more relevant advertising in the future. The data we receive is aggregated and anonymous, but we will include statistics such as demographics, online behaviour, product interests and lifestyle. The targeting and tracking modules are received from trusted suppliers. If you need more information about our suppliers and how these cookies work, please contact us by e-mail at:

Benefit Seven is sometimes advertising via websites of third parties. As part of our effort to track how successful our advertising campaigns are, we can sometimes use a visitors tracking technology such as “web beacons” or “web tags”, which count visitors coming on our website after clicking on a Benefit Seven advertising banner on a third party website. We are not using this technology to access your personal information, but only to compile aggregated statistics about the visitors on our website, and in order to assess the effectiveness of our ads.

By navigating on our website, you agree with us placing cookies and web tags on your computer or browsing device. If you rather not receive cookies or web beacons, then you should stop using our website or review the browsing settings.

Benefit Seven can change this cookie policy as required. If the policy is changed, remember, it may take up to 30 working days before implementing new confidentiality practices. Check this page regularly if you want to monitor the changes.

If you have a complaint against us in connection with confidentiality matters, you can send your complaint by e-mail. If you are unsatisfied with our reply, you can submit a complaint to the relevant supervisory authority or the relevant courts. You can also contact the Personal Data Protection Supervisory Authority (

If you have questions or consider your concerns have not been adequately addressed in this cookie policy, please contact us by e-mail at