The below details the current cookie policy for Stratiis Ltd. To view our Privacy Policy, please visit:

What is a cookie?

A cookie is a small file that is stored on your browser or hard drive of your device so that when you revisit a site, the website will respond in a more personalised way, remembering your preferences and providing faster page load times.

We collect this information to improve the quality of your visit to our site and do not sell or transfer this information to third parties. These temporary cookies are a built-in feature of the technology used. Most browsers automatically accept these cookies, but you can delete them or have them automatically refused.

We do not collect identifiable information through the use of re-marketing cookies. Third-party vendors, like Google, use cookies to serve ads based on past visits to a website.

How does Stratiis use cookies?

Google Analytics

Placed by Google, this Cookie enables Stratiis to gain information to help to understand our users use of our website. This includes: time of visit, whether the user is a new visitor or has visited the website before and the time of visit.

You can opt-out of this cookie here.

Google Ads

The Google Ad cookies help us run our ads on the Google search engine and track our success. This conversion tracking uses cookies to help us track sales and other conversions from our ads.

You can opt out of this cookie here.

LinkedIn Insight Tag

The LinkedIn Cookie is placed by LinkedIn and enables Stratiis to measure, optmise and build audiences for LinkedIn advertising campaigns. It helps to ensure that our LinkedIn advertising is viewed by our users who are more likely to be interested in the advert, this is done by analyzing which content a user has viewed and engaged with on Stratiis’s website.

You can opt-out of this cookie here.

We may offer you advertising or links to third-parties' websites which may collect Personal Information (PI) about you when you view or click on their advertising or content through the use of cookies.

RBH cannot control the collection of information and accepts no responsibility for the collection, use or disclosure of Your PI by third-party companies.  You should contact these advertisers or content providers if You have any questions about their use of the PI they collect.

How to delete cookies

Guidance on how to set your Cookie preferences can be found in the ‘Help’ section of your browser toolbar.

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