Cookie Policy.

When you visit the ConnectBike website and use our digital services, you agree to the use of cookies. This allows us to personalize your experience and provide content that always applies to you. Read more about our use of cookies here.

What are cookies?

ConnectBike makes use of cookies. Cookies are text files that your device or browser stores when you visit our website. ConnectBike may also use techniques similar to cookies, such as tracking pixels, flash cookies, Javascripts, tags and web beacons. We classify these techniques under the term cookies.

Cookies are used to send data from a server to your device or browser for storage. On your next visit, this data is sent back to the server. This way the server can recognise your device or browser.

We use the Facebook pixel, Twitter pixel, LinkedIn pixel and Google AdWords Remarketing pixel to measure the conversion of our ads on social media. We use Google Analytics for general website analysis. We use widgets from Spotify, SoundCloud, Instagram, Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube, Vimeo and Google Maps to enrich job postings.

Setting the base and reading cookies

You do not need prior consent for the installation and reading out of cookies for the sole purpose of communication via the Internet. The same applies to cookies that are strictly necessary to provide our services or analytical cookies that have little or no effect on your privacy. You cannot disable these cookies. This would seriously jeopardise the functioning of our website.

For all other cookies we ask your permission before we place and read out the cookies. This is required by law. You can give your permission by using the cookie banner. This states that you accept cookies by continuing to click on our website.

Basis for processing personal data

Because we may use cookies for the purpose of collecting, combining or analysing data about your use of our website in order to improve or change the way you are treated, we process your data. We have a basis for any processing of data (see under 'Principles') and this privacy and cookie statement applies to it.

Change Cookie Settings

You can change your choice regarding the use of cookies at any time by adjusting the cookie settings of your browser.

Social media

If you have published certain information publicly on the Internet, for example on your LinkedIn profile, we may see that information. We do this exclusively for recruitment and selection purposes. We will not use this information to decide whether to admit you to a job application or reject you. We will not discriminate against you on the basis of this information.

We may process certain data about you if you send vacancies and activities to others via our website. With this so-called "share function" an e-mail is automatically created to forward the vacancy or activity. In addition to your own name and e-mail address, the name and e-mail address of the person to whom you want to forward the message are also processed. These data will only be used to generate the e-mail to be forwarded with the relevant vacancy or activity.

If you choose to share content from our website via social media, your data may be visible to visitors to your personal page on the relevant social media. We are not responsible or liable for the processing of your data through those social media.

Third party websites

ConnectBike refers to websites of other companies, individuals or social media, for example via hyperlinks. We are not responsible or liable for the processing of your data on those websites. This Cookie Statement does not apply to the use of third party websites.

Engaging third parties

ConnectBike makes use of third parties for the execution of its services, including ConnectBike. If these third parties process your data on behalf of ConnectBike, they will do so as processor. ConnectBike has entered into a processing agreement with these third parties, which includes security, confidentiality and your rights.

In some cases, your data may be transferred to recipients in countries outside the EEA. The main rule is that this is only allowed if a country offers an adequate level of protection. Click here to see which countries these are.

If there is no adequate level of protection in a country outside the EEA, we will provide appropriate safeguards to ensure the best possible protection of your data. An example of this is the use of model contracts approved by the European Commission. Regarding data exchange with the United States, we will always try to do business with companies certified under the so-called EU-US Privacy Shield. This is an agreement that regulates the protection of data of EU citizens that are processed in the United States. The European Commission has (provisionally) approved this agreement.