Cookie policy


Our website uses cookies, as almost all websites do nowadays. We do this to give you the best experience we can when you visit

This cookies policy informs you about how we use data collected by us online using cookies. A cookie is a small text file that is saved on your device, such as a computer, smartphone or tablet, via your web browser. Cookies only contains information about, for example, websites you have visited, how long you have visited them or settings you have made on the website. A cookie provides no information about you as a user and does not transmit viruses to your computer.

Different types of cookies

There are different types of cookies that have different purposes. SIQ primarily uses first-party cookies, which are placed on its own website. However, there are also third-party cookies that are placed on the website in order to use the services of a third party needed to operate the content and functionality of the website.
Below are some examples, scroll down for the full declaration:

Google Analytics:

We use Google Analytics for analysis purposes and/or to improve traffic and visits.


If you fill in a form or subscribe to our newsletter, we use cookies to remember your details for the next time and to send you information to your email.

ActiveFactors, ActiveServiceId and activeChildServices:

These are used in the filtering function on the website to improve your visit, and only save the choices you make when you are active on the site.

Do I have to allow cookies?

No. Our cookies is managed by the CookieBot tool where you can accept all or only necessary cookies or reject all. You can always change or withdraw your consent to cookies by clicking on the CookieBot icon at the bottom left of the page.
You can also choose to visit the website in a private mode. This mode is called different things depending on your browser. Any cookies set during the private mode visit will be deleted from your computer when you close your browser.

Who might we share the data with?

SIQ uses a secure server where your data is processed. Access is only given to individuals within the organization, as well as to Data Processors, for the sole purpose of enabling them to perform their tasks. Data processors are companies that help us with e.g. IT services and marketing, and who can provide sufficient guarantees regarding security and confidentiality.