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- To keep an audit trail
- To understand visitors browsing habits
- To analyse trends and demographic statistics
- To compile statistical reports
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Specific cookies we use
In the interests of transparency and integrity, the information below informs you exactly what tracking cookies are used on our site and why.
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Zoho PageSense Cookies
Beehive Research Ltd uses Zoho PageSense for analytics and reporting purposes. It helps to measure key website metrics and understand visitors’ online behaviour. Zoho PageSense uses various cookies, local storage objects, and similar technologies, each storing a different set of data. This helps us provide the best personalised user experience. For more information on Zoho PageSense cookies, click here.
Zoho SalesIQ Cookies
Beehive Research Ltd uses Zoho SalesIQ to gather and analyse users’ data when they land on this website. SalesIQ cookies provide certain functionality of the chat widgets, such as storing the embed position on the screen, requesting tracking permission using GDPR. It also helps to identify visitors’ preferences and improve the experience on the website. For more information on SalesIQ cookies, click here.
Beehive Research Ltd uses LinkedIn Insight Tag to collect information about visitors of this website. These cookies help us to identify users that previously interacted with our brand, and based on their interests, deliver more personalized advertising. It also determines how many times people who click on the ads end up getting in touch or performing a particular action. For more information on LinkedIn cookies, click here.
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