Cookie Policy

Revision date: August 13, 2021

Please check this policy on a regular basis, to find out about any changes and developments

What are cookies?

On this website we make use of cookies. A cookie is a simple, small text file that is sent along with the pages of our website and saved by your browser to the hard disk of your computer. During a subsequent visit to this website the information stored in the cookie can be returned to our servers.

Why do we use cookies?

We use cookies for the following purposes:

  • Essential cookies: to make our website work and user-friendly

  • Analytics cookies: to analyze the use of our website

  • Social media cookies: to enable sharing our web pages on social media

  • Advertising cookies: to place advertisements and to tailor them to your preferences

The specific types of cookies are explained below:

  • Essential cookies

  • Google Tag manager

  • Google tag manager is used to centrally manage and publish codes (‘tags’) used for displaying advertisements and recording visitor behavior on websites.

Analytics cookies

Google Analytics


As part of its “Analytics” Service, Google places cookies via our website. We use this service to monitor and receive reports on how visitors use the website. Google can only disclose this information to third parties if it is legally mandated to do so, or if these third parties process the information on behalf of Google. We have no influence on this. We have authorized Google to use the information obtained through Analytics for other Google services. The information Google collects is made as anonymous as possible. We want to stress that your IP address is not provided. The information is sent to the United States, where Google stores it on servers. Your data is protected by Standard Contractual Clauses, which are a part of Google Ads Data Processing Terms between us and Google LLC. This means, among other things, that Google handles integrity with (personal) data and that there is an appropriate and adequate level of protection for the processing of (personal) data.



The Yandex Metrix cookie provides us with information on how people use our website. This information helps us to analyze the performance of our website so we can make improvements. The information is sent to Russia, where Yandex stores it on servers. Your data is protected by Standard Contractual Clauses, which are a part of Yandex.Metrica Data Processing Agreement (DPA) between us and Yandex Oy Limited Company. For more information on Yandex Metrica’s policy, please click here.

Social Media Cookies


Through social media cookies we enable sharing content, like for example a job opening or web pages on Facebook and LinkedIn. The cookies enable these social networks to see what you are doing on the internet. The types of cookies set by these social networks and how long cookies are stored depends on the social network you are using. To learn more, please read the privacy statements of these social networks (which can change regularly):

  • Facebook

  • LinkedIn

  • Habr

  • Youtube

  • Headhunter

LinkedIn Analytics


We use LinkedIn Analytics including likes, comments, followers and shares to analyze the use of our company page on LinkedIn.

Facebook Connect


Facebook Connect is a single sign-on application which allows users to log in and interact on other websites through their Facebook account.

Social media buttons


On our website you will find buttons that make it possible to visit and promote web pages (‘Like’) or share them on social networks such as Facebook, LinkedIn, Habr, YouTube and Headhunter. These buttons use pieces of codes that also place cookies. We have no influence on this process.

Advertising cookies

Below is a list of companies for which we might set advertising cookies:

Linkedin Ads


We use the cookies of LinkedIn Ads to show Mindbox ads on LinkedIn. Web visitors who have shown interest in Mindbox previously, can be shown Mindbox ads on LinkedIn.

Facebook Custom Audience


The Facebook Custom Audience cookie is used for analyzing website traffic to customize and improve ads.

Facebook Pixel


The Facebook Pixel is placed by Facebook. It enables to measure, optimize and build audiences for advertising campaigns served on Facebook. In particular it enables to see how our users move between devices when accessing the Websites and Facebook, to ensure that Websites’ Facebook advertising is seen by our users most likely to be interested in such advertising by analyzing which content a user has viewed and interacted with. For further information about the Facebook Pixel please see: You can opt-out of Facebook’s use of cookies and Facebook Pixel Re-Marketing through settings on your Facebook Account.

Website use (session cookies)


With the aid of a session cookie we can see which elements of the website you have viewed during your visit. This allows us to adapt our services as much as possible to the surfing behavior of our visitors. These cookies are automatically deleted when you close your browser.

Your rights


You have the right of access to your data, as well as the right to request that corrections are made to it or that it is deleted. For more information about this see our Personal Data Policy page. To preclude abuse, we could ask you to provide adequate proof of identification. If it pertains to access to personal data linked to a cookie, please send a copy of the cookie in question. You can find the cookie in your browser settings.

Managing cookies in your browser

You can easily manage whether or not to allow cookies in your web browser. More information on enabling and disabling and deleting cookies can be found in the instructions through the URL’s below:

Deleting tracking cookies placed by third parties


Some tracking cookies placed by third parties expose you to advertisements, sometimes via our own website. You can delete these cookies centrally through Your Online Choices so that they cannot be placed on a website by a third party. See: Your Online Choices: “A guide to online behavioural advertising”

Overview of cookies:

Cookie Cookie’s name Purpose Retention periods Sharing with third parties
Google Analytics & Google Tag Manager _ga, _gat, _gid, _utma, _utmb, _utmc, _utmt and _utmz Measuring and analyzing web site use These cookies have varying retention periods, from 30 minutes to a maximum of 2 years. Some cookies are not deleted automatically Google does not share this data with third parties
Yandex and Yandex.Metrika _ym, _yabs, yandex, yc, yclickid, yp, ys Measuring  and analyzing web site use, advertising optimization These cookies have varying retention periods, from 30 minutes to a maximum of 2 years. Some cookies are not deleted automatically Yandex does not share this data with third parties
Facebook fbp Targeting and optimizing Facebook advertising Facebook cookie could be retained for up to 2 years Facebook could share collected data with the partners
Roistat roistat Calltracking, ads efficiency measuring Roistat cookies could be retained for up to 2 years Roistat does not share data with third parties
LinkedIn linkedin Targeting and advertising optimisation Roistat cookies could be retained for up to 2 years LinkedIn does not share data with third parties

Tell us a little about yourself

We’ll respond within 24 hours

Partnership request

Typically we’re answering within 24 hours