Privacy Policy

This is the privacy statement of the site . This privacy statement applies to data collection by on the website and the use of cookies.

We respect the privacy of all clients and website users. We take care to ensure that all personal information you give us remains confidential. This privacy statement is exclusively applicable to our services.

You should be aware that the is not responsible for the privacy policies of other websites to which our website links. We therefore recommend that when accessing third-party websites through ours, you consult their privacy statement and disclaimer.

Feedback and your privacy

When you are browsing our website, you will get a pop-up asking you to comment on your experience. We use this feedback to improve our website wherever possible. Most of the feedback we receive is dealt with immediately by the content editors of .

The purpose of the feedback tool is to find out how we may improve your user experience on . It is in no way our intention to gather your personal information. Under the stipulations of the GDPR, we are not allowed to store the feedback data if it contains any personal data. We will directly delete any personal data given by you, such as addresses and email addresses.
Please do not use the feedback tool for asking us questions to which you want to receive a personal reply. If you want to receive a personal reply to your question, please go to our Contact page. Here you can find the organisation that can answer your question. Or write to our mailbox:

Contact details


Postal address


P.O. Box 48

3500 AA Utrecht

Expiry of data

The stores your data no longer than is necessary for the ends to which they were initially submitted and processed.


This privacy statement may be changed without prior notice as a result of changes in the operations of the . We therefore recommend that you regularly check this privacy statement.

Cookies and Web Storage

This website uses cookies and Web Storage. More about the cookie policy of the Netherlands Chamber of Commerce will follow.

What are cookies?

Cookies are small text files stored on your computer when you visit a website. They identify your computer throughout your visit (session).

Three types of cookies

  1. Essential cookies

    Some cookies are essential for storing settings or preferences throughout your visit to a website or until your following visit. Suppose you don’t want to receive cookies from a particular website – this website ‘remembers’ your preference by placing a cookie. Blocking cookies means that you’ll be asked the same questions repeatedly each time you visit the same website.

  2. Website Usage Cookies

    Some cookies provide information about which pages you’ve viewed, in which order and for how long. Statistics can then be generated to help improve website usage for future visitors. A similar type of cookie can be used to conduct online surveys.

  3. Third-Party Website Cookies

    Some website elements place cookies originating from third-party websites. This type of cookie allows useful add-on features to be included, e.g. interactive Google Maps with directions, Facebook ‘Like’ buttons or options to post something via Twitter. These cookies ‘inform’ the website you’re visiting whether you’re logged in with Google, Facebook or Twitter. does not use this type of cookie.

Which cookies does use?

Cookies for statistics and surveys uses cookies to generate web statistics and to conduct surveys. This allows us to find out how visitors use our website. This information can help us to improve the site. These ‘analytics cookies’ contain a unique number. They do not contain any personal information. cannot use cookies to identify you personally. Nor can these cookies be used to identify you on other websites.

The anonymous data that we collect using these cookies is for improving our website only and is not made available to any third party whatsoever.

Blocking cookies

Would you prefer not to receive cookies? You can adjust your browser settings to disable them. The website (Dutch only) provides information about the most commonly used browsers.

Generating web statistics

(Type 2 Cookies: Website Usage Cookies)

Using Google Analytics, aggregated, statistical information about the use of can be collected, for example, the pages that are most frequently viewed or how many clicks there are on a certain link.

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