Cookies Policy

Last Updated: 1st November 2019

Partnerise Ltd (“we”, “us” or “our”) respects your privacy and is committed to taking the greatest care of any information that we obtain about you and to do so in a way that is legally compliant.

This policy explains what cookies are, how and why we use them on (“our website”) and how you can manage the way cookies are stored.

By continuing to browse our website, we take it that you are agreeing to our use of cookies as described.


1.     What is a cookie and why we use them?

1.1    A cookie is a small file of letters and numbers stored on your computer or device by websites that you visit. They are widely used to make websites work, or work more efficiently, as well as to provide information to the owners of the site.

1.2    We use cookies to gather information on how you use our website and other information that helps us to distinguish you from other users, such as IP address, browser type, demographic data, and which website(s) directed you to ours. This helps us to tailor your use of our website and deliver an overall better experience.

1.3    Cookies provide some data on an anonymous and/or aggregated basis. Where we use cookies that contain personal data, we will only process that personal data as set out in this policy.

1.4    Cookies may be "persistent" cookies or "session" cookies: a persistent cookie will be stored on your device until its expiry date, or until you delete them; whilst a session cookie, will expire when you close the browser and are not stored on your device.


2.    Cookies that we use

2.1    We use some or all of the following types of cookies:

(a)    Strictly Necessary cookies. These are required for the operation of our website and are essential for certain features.

(b)    Functional cookies. These help us to recognise you when you come back to visit our website. We can then personalise our content for you and remember your preferences.


(c)    Analytical cookies. These monitor the performance of our website, the number of visitors and how they navigate our website. We can then improve the way our website works based on user behaviour. All of the information collected by these cookies is anonymous and is only used for statistical purposes.

(d)   Targeting cookies. These record your visit to our website, the pages you have visited and the links you have followed. We will use this information to make our website and any advertising displayed on it more relevant to your interests. We may also share this information with third parties for this purpose.


2.2    More information about the individual cookies we use and their purposes :

Mailchimp: Monitors website user interaction from email campaigns tailored content and better experiences can be delivered.

Facebook: Monitors website user interaction for the purposes of tailored re-targeting Facebook ads.

HubSpot: Strictly Necessary & for GDPR  


Google Analytics: Tracks how users interact with our website to help us improve user experience and monitor performance.

Google Double Click: Monitors website user interaction for the purposes of tailored re-targeting Google ads.


2.3    Please note that third parties (for example, advertisers and other digital service providers) may also use cookies, over which we have no control.


3.    How to manage or disable cookies

3.1    Your individual browser may allow you to block all or some cookies by activating the relevant settings. However, if you use your browser settings to block all cookies (including essential cookies) you may not be able to access some or all of our website.

3.2    When your cookie cache is cleared on your browser only essential cookies will remain, unless otherwise indicated above.


4.    Further information & Complaints

4.1    For all questions or complaints about this policy, we would appreciate the opportunity to deal with any issues or concerns before you approach the relevant authority. Please contact us in the first instance by email to or by post to Data Protection, Partnerise Ltd, 61 London Road, Maidstone, United Kingdom, ME16 8TX.

4.2    You have the right to make a complaint to the relevant supervisory authority for data protection issues, which in the UK is the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) (