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Cookie Policy


Last updated: March, 2021

The company Colliers International Property Consultants, Inc. (hereinafter “CIPC”), a subsidiary of Colliers International Group Inc., considers that it is important to inform you in a clear and transparent way about the use of cookies and other trackers prior to your browsing on the website www.colliers.com (hereinafter the “Website”).

 

 

What is a cookie?

 

Cookies and other trackers (hereinafter “Cookies”) are technologies storing or retrieving information on your browser or your device (computer, mobile phone, tablet, etc.). Cookies are widely used by websites, mobile applications, software or emails.

 

Cookies do not recognize you personally, but rather the device you use. Cookies simply give information about your browsing activities in order to recognize your device later on, save your preferences or even adapt the services offered to you on the Website.

 

Except for the necessary Cookies, you can refuse at any time the deposit of Cookies on the Website or modify your choice:

  • via the cookies banner of the Website ;
  • via the tool made available to you below;
  • by configuring your browser by following the instructions indicated under the Section 5 of this policy.

Should you have any questions, you may directly contact CIPC by sending an email to france@colliers.com. Please provide your consent ID available under the Section 2 of this policy when you contact us regarding your consent.

 

  

What cookies are used on the website and how to change their settings ?

 

By using the tool below, you can access the complete list of Cookies used on the Website, and choose to accept or refuse their use by category or individually, except for the necessary cookies. The list is updated regularly.


What third-party companies are using cookies on the website ?

 

As indicated above, our Website uses third party Cookies from the following third parties:

  • the company Coveo (privacy policy) ;
  • the company Google (privacy policy) ;
  • the company Oracle (privacy policy) ;
  • the company LinkedIn (privacy policy) ;
  • the company HubSpot (privacy policy) ;
  • the company Hotjar (privacy policy) ;
  • the company Sitecore (privacy policy) ;
  • the company Vimeo (privacy policy) ;
  • the company Leadfeeder (privacy policy) ;
  • the company Salesforce (Pardot tool) (privacy policy) ;
  • the company Youtube (privacy policy).

In this context, CIPC acts as a joint data controller for the collection and transmission of data to these third party but only to the extent that it is technically necessary. Beyond the collection and technical transmission, CIPC does not have any control over third party Cookies. In particular, CIPC is in no way responsible for the sharing, the publications, comments or any other contents and any other data processing activities of the third party companies.

 

CIPC therefore recommends you to review the privacy policies as well as the terms and conditions of these third party companies before accepting third party Cookies.

 

How to block cookies through your browser ?

 

Most browsers are set by default to accept Cookies. However, you can set up your browser so that Cookies cannot be placed on your device.

If you wish to receive a notification when the browser receives a Cookie request, refuse all Cookies or accept only certain Cookies, most browsers allow some control of Cookies through browser settings. If you refuse Cookies, you may still use the Website, but some of the Website functions may be affected.

 

To change your Cookies setting on your browser, please click on the relevant link below: