What are ‘cookies’?
‘Cookies’ are small text files that are stored by the browser (for example Firefox, Chrome or Safari) on your computer or mobile phone.
The purpose of cookies on this website
Cookies are used to improve the user browsing experience. They allow websites to store things such user preferences. You can think of cookies as providing a ‘memory’ for the website, so that it can recognise you when you come back, resulting in faster and more convenient access.
When you click on the ‘I agree’ button, you are agreeing to the use of these cookies, described above.
You can delete cookies from your browser at any time. All modern browsers allow you to change your cookie settings. You can usually find these settings in the ‘options’ or ‘preferences’ menu of your browser.
To control and configure cookie settings in your web browser, refer to the links below for instructions:
Third party cookies
If ads linking to our website appear on a third party website, Solaris d.d. is not responsible for the cookies of that third party website. We advise you to read the cookie police of that website.
Newsletter / Digital Marketing
If you have at some point subscribed to receive a periodic promotional newsletter from Solaris d.d., you have the right to be deleted from the database at any time. It is in our legitimate interest to process the data accordingly.
If you agree to subscribe to our newsletter, for receving promotional materials such as information about services, products and special offers, we collect your email address for this purpose.
To deliver our newsletter to you, we use the technical services of a third party business partner (MailChimp). In this case, we will only process the email address you have submitted for the newsletter. We also ensure that the selected business partner is using it only for the purpose of digitally delivering our newsletter, and may not use it for other purposes. We will not share your contact information, which you have provided for the newsletter subscription, with any other third parties.
Website Contact Form
On our website we have a contact form. If you decide to contact us via this form, we require your email address in order to reply. Name and surname are not required. We only use the data you provide us for replying to your query and we do not add this to a database.