Cookie Policy

The original version of the Cookie Policy is in French language. Any translated version is for your convenience and information only. In case of disputes the French text shall prevail.

This Policy explains how we handle cookies when you use :


and presents the choices you have in relation to them.

By visiting our Website, you declare that you have read our Cookie Policy and that you expressly accept it.

What is a cookie?

A cookie is a small text file that may be stored on your computer, mobile or tablet when you visit Websites. Information is stored in this text file.

There are different types of cookies that have different purposes.

  • Technical and functional cookies: They allow the proper functioning of the Website and facilitate your navigation.
  • Cookies called “tracers”: They are placed on the website for statistical and geolocation purposes.

Cookies have an expiration date:

  • “Session” cookies: They are automatically deleted when you close your browser
  • “Permanent” cookies: They remain on your computer for a longer period of time, sometimes even until you manually delete them.

What cookies do we use? Why do we use cookies?

Technical and functional cookies

We use so-called “technical and functional” and “permanent” cookies for our site.

You cannot refuse these cookies if you wish to browse our Website.

Here is the list of these so-called “technical and functional” cookies:

  • Accept-cookie; Deny-cookies: This functional and permanent cookie lets us know if you want to accept cookies or not. This cookie comes from Symplicy.
  • WordPress Settings : This functional cookie allows us to operate our website. This cookie lasts for 1 year. This cookie comes from Symplicy.
  • pll_language : This functional cookie allows us to manage multilingualism on our website. This cookie has a duration of 1 year. This cookie comes from Symplicy.
  • __hs_opt_out: This functional cookie is used to remember to stop asking the user to accept cookies. It contains the string “yes” or “no”. It expires within 6 months.
  • __hs_do_not_track: This functional cookie can be set to prevent tracking code from sending information to HubSpot. It contains the string “yes”. It expires within 6 months.
  • __hs_initial_opt_in: This functional cookie is used to prevent the banner from displaying visitors who are browsing in strict mode. It contains the string “yes” or “no”. It expires within seven days.

Tracking cookies

We use so-called “tracking” cookies. Their purpose is to collect information about your use of the Website.

These cookies are only activated if you have clicked on the “I accept” button. This statement appears on the cookie banner. The collection of tracking cookies is based on your consent.

Here is the list of these cookies known as “tracers”:

  • _ga, _gat, _gid: These tracking cookies (Google Analytics) are used to collect information about how visitors use our website. We use the information to create Google Analytics reports and to help us improve the website. The cookies collect information in an anonymous form, including the number of visitors to the website, where visitors came from and the pages they visited. ga lasts for 2 years. gat lasts for 1 day. gid lasts for 1 day. These cookies come from Symplicy.
  • __hstc: This cookie tracks visitors. It contains the domain, the utk, the initial timestamp (first visit), the last timestamp (last visit), the current timestamp (current visit) and the session number (increases at each subsequent session). It expires within 6 months.
  • hubspotutk: This tracking cookie keeps track of a visitor’s identity. It is sent to HubSpot when a form is submitted and is used for contact deduplication. It contains an opaque GUID to represent the current visitor. It expires within 6 months.
  • __hssc: This cookie tracks sessions. It is used to determine if HubSpot should augment the session number and timestamp data in the __hstc cookie. It contains the domain, the number of views (increases with each session), with a time stamp from the start of the session. It expires within 30 minutes.
  • __hssrc: When HubSpot changes the session cookie, this cookie is also set to determine if the visitor has reset their browser. If this cookie is not set when HubSpot processes cookies, the session is considered new. It contains the value “1” when present. It expires at the end of the session.

To disable Google Analytics: follow this link: https: //

For a more detailed description of the different Google cookies, please follow this link:

How to configure your cookies?

You can set your browser to enable or disable cookies:

What is the applicable law?

This Cookie Policy shall be interpreted by and in accordance with Belgian law.

What is the competent jurisdiction?

In the event of a dispute between the Parties relating to the validity, interpretation or performance of this Cookie Policy that cannot be resolved amicably, the Parties will first attempt to resolve such dispute through mediation. The Parties shall appoint a mediator from among the mediators approved by the Federal Mediation Commission in Belgium.

If the mediation does not allow to solve this dispute, the dispute will be brought exclusively before the courts of Liège, Namur division, materially competent.

Miscellaneous clauses

If any provision of this Cookie Policy is found to be invalid or unenforceable, it shall be deemed unwritten, without affecting the validity of the remaining provisions.

We reserve the right to update this Cookie Policy.

This Cookie Policy is an integral part of our Terms of Use and cannot be separated from them.

If you feel that we are not respecting your privacy, you can send us an email.

This Cookie Policy is dated November 11, 2023.

You can download a copy of this version in a durable medium (.pdf format) by clicking here.