All websites targeting citizens of the European Union are required to ask permission for the use or storage of cookies on their computers or mobile devices. Citymesh follows the guidelines and recommendations of the Belgian Data Protection Authority and the Flemish Supervisory Commission for the Processing of Personal Data.
A cookie is a data file that is saved in your browser (e.g. Safari or Chrome) or on your device's hard disk (e.g. on a computer's hard disk or SSD) when you visit a website. Such a file stores information, such as your language preference for a website. This allows us to remember certain settings or preferences when using our website. If you visit the website again, this cookie is sent to the website again. This allows the website to recognise your browser and, for example, to remember your language preference.
Cookies also usually have an expiry date (duration of use) and are automatically deleted after a certain time. For example, some cookies are deleted when you close your browser (so-called "session cookie"), while others remain on your computer for a longer period - sometimes even until you delete them manually (so-called "permanent cookie").
We never pass on or in any way share data collected through cookies to third parties, except possibly in the form of aggregated figures.
As administrator of this website, Citymesh uses the following types of cookies on www.citymesh.com:
These cookies are used for a purely technical reason to use the website and are therefore often called "essential cookies". This type of cookie ensures that the website or mobile application works properly, such as language preferences. This category of cookies is essential for the proper functioning of the site or application and to remember your preferences during your visit to the site or user session of our application. Given the technical necessity, these are placed as soon as you enter the website. No permission from the website visitor is required and only an information obligation applies.
These cookies help make the website work better. This type of cookie improves and customises your user experience by displaying relevant information based on your previous choices or browser data. These cookies are only placed after a choice has been made about which cookies to allow.
These cookies are used to collect statistics about the use of the website or the mobile application, such as session duration or pages visited.
They help Citymesh to determine the interests of its visitors, the visiting process and contribute to the optimization of the content of the website.
Such collected information is aggregated and, where possible, made anonymous according to the principles of prudence. These cookies are only placed after an explicit choice has been made by the visitor for the use of these cookies (OPT-IN).
* Concerning cookies placed by third parties (such as Matomo), we refer you to the statements these parties provide on their websites. Please note that we have no adjustment possibilities or influence on the content of those statements or the cookies of these third parties.
This type of cookie ensures that online advertisements are better aligned with your interests. These cookies create a kind of personal profile of your interests and your behaviour on the website. This enables more relevant ads to be shown on social media such as Facebook and Linkedin.
We use Webflow to keep the content of our website up-to-date. This software uses functional cookies. This means that these cookies are necessary for the proper functioning of this website. You cannot refuse these cookies if you want to read our website.
Please note that web browsers allow you to change your cookie settings. These settings can usually be found in the 'Options' or 'Preferences' menu of your web browser. To better understand these settings, the following links may be useful. Otherwise, you should consult the 'Help' function in your web browser for more details.
Useful information about cookies and the laws and regulations that apply in Belgium can be found on the website of the Data Protection Authority.