Cookie Statement

  1. Introduction

It is up to Relly to optimise the way its website works. In order to ensure that the website performs properly, we use techniques that involve the processing of personal data, such as


A cookie is a small text file that is stored on a visitor’s electronic device the first time he/she visits a website. The purpose of a cookie is to collect information or stats on a person or

website. In addition, some cookies are designed to improve the visitor’s user experience of the website.

  1. Types of cookies

We distinguish five types of cookies:

  1. For functional purposes
  2. For analytical purposes
  3. For advertising purposes
  4. For identification purposes
  5. To allow sharing on social media
  6. For functional purposes

We use this type of cookie to record and remember your preferences with regard to visiting our website. This means that you do not have to share your preferences with us every time you visit the website, which will make the website easier to navigate.

We will always install functional cookies when you visit our website, as they are necessary for the proper performance of the website. Rest assured that we do not process personal data except for the purpose indicated in the cookie consent


Non-functional cookies (types 2, 3, 4 and 5 in the list above) process personal data in a way you will not notice. For this reason, we will always ask your consent before placing such cookies on your device.

  1. For analytical purposes

We use analytical cookies to collect stats on how our website is used, so as to improve the functionality and effectiveness of our site in a way that will benefit the users of our site. For instance,

we measure the popularity of certain pages and people’s click behaviour on our website. The external software we use for this purpose is Google Analytics, and in certain cases Hotjar. To ensure that our website is GDPR-compliant,

we do not share any privacy-sensitive data with these external parties, and we have concluded data-processing agreements with said parties.

  1. For advertising purposes

We use this type of cookie to help us show relevant advertisements on third-party websites (e.g. through the advertising networks of sites such as Google, Facebook, LinkedIn and other third parties) to people who

may be interested in our products. In addition, we use this type of cookie to measure the success of our advertising campaigns. We also use such cookies to limit the number of times you are shown a particular

advertisement, so as to prevent you from seeing the same ad over and over again. Lastly, we use this type of cookie to help you opt out of our advertisements.

  1. For identification purposes

Among other things, we use this type of cookie to identify people after they have interacted with our website in some way – for instance by filling out an

online contact form, or by clicking a hyperlink presented in an email they received from us. The data we record during such interactions is not shared with any other parties (not even with our company’s


In addition, we use this type of cookie to track the websites you visit, because information on the websites you visit helps us learn more about your preferences and interests. We can use this sort of information

to recognise potential clients, so that we can contact organisations for marketing purposes. To this end, we collect visitor data, IP addresses and company data, among other things. The data we collect

is only used within our own company.

  1. To allow sharing on social media

Some websites come with special buttons that allow people to share articles and pages easily on social networks such as LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter. These buttons work because of pieces of

code (scripts) written by the social networks themselves. Sometimes these scripts will place cookies of their own (which is not something we can do anything about).

  1. Blocking and removing cookies

If you do not wish to allow our website to place cookies on your computer, you can indicate as much in the cookie consent pop-up you will see when you first visit our website. Did you accept our cookies

on a previous visit to our site? In that case, you will no longer be presented with our cookie consent pop-up, and you will have to remove our cookies manually if you do not want them on your computer.

You can remove, enable or disable existing cookies and set your preferences for certain websites via your browser settings menu. For more information on this subject, consult your browser’s

Help function:

  • Chrome
  • Internet Explorer
  • Firefox
  • Safari
  • If you use a browser not listed above, consult the information provided by the producer of your browser.

Alternatively, you may wish to block the placement of cookies via your browser. If you are blocking all cookies by default, our website will not perform optimally, and you may not be able to use all the functions

of this website. We advise you to selectively disable unwanted cookies. You can do so in your browser settings menu.

  1. Amendments to our cookie policy

Relly reserves the right to amend this cookie policy from time to time. This page will always show the most up-to-date version of the policy.

If you have any questions, please send an email containing your question to

Version: nov 2021