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Zimpler’s Cookie Notice

Zimpler AB, org. no. 556887-9984 (”Zimpler”, “we”, “us” or “our”) use cookies, web beacons and similar technologies (jointly referred to as “cookies”) on our website. It is up to you if you choose to allow our website to place cookies on your device.

We do not place any cookies without your consent, except for such cookies that are necessary to provide the services that you have explicitly requested or that are required for the website to function. You can change your cookie settings at any time. See below under “Disable cookies” for more information on how to do it.

If you wish to find out more on how we process personal data in relation to our use of cookies, please see our Privacy Notice.  

1. What are Cookies?

Cookies are text files that contain small amounts of information that are downloaded to your device when you visit a website (and consent to the cookie being placed on your device), either by Zimpler or by a third party with which Zimpler has a relationship.

Cookies are used to recognize the device you use when you visit or return to a website. Cookies help you to effectively navigate between different pages on the website, save settings on the website and improve your user experience in general. They can also be used to direct advertisements to you based on your interests. This is done by tracking your behavior on different websites.

There are two types of cookies: Short-term cookies (session cookies) are automatically deleted when you close your browser, while long-term cookies (persistent cookies) remain on your device after the browser is closed (for example, to remember your user settings next time you return to the website) and until it reaches a defined expiration date. When you visit a website, it is possible that your browser receives cookies from several sources and not just from us.

2. Disabled Cookies

You can set your device to not accept all types of cookies and if you have previously given your consent to the use of cookies on our website but subsequently regret it, you may withdraw your consent by changing your cookie settings. You can do this by following the instructions for your specific browser or by using automatic online tools to disable cookies. On certain browsers, you can also indicate that you do not want your internet activity to be tracked.

The organisation responsible for the cookies in question can also provide an automatic tool for disabling cookies. Below you will find an overview of which organisation is behind the cookies that have been placed on the website, what each cookie is used for and information about how you disable cookies you do not consent to.

Please note that some features on the website do not work as well if cookies are disabled. Disabling cookies may affect your use of our website and how certain services on the website work. After your first visit to the website, we may change which cookies are used.

3. The Type of Cookies We Use When You Visit Our Website

In accordance with the GDPR you have several rights regarding our processing of your personal data, which you can read about below. If you wish to exercise any of your rights, please contact us by sending an e-mail to our support team at


Strictly necessary cookies

The cookies listed below are absolutely necessary for you to be able to navigate and use the services on the website. Without these cookies, the core functions of the website will not function.


Performance/analytical cookies

The cookies listed below are used to analyze how our visitors use the website and to monitor the website’s performance. This enables us to optimize the use of the website and for you as a user to easily find what you are looking for. Among other things, performance cookies are used to see which pages on the website are most popular and to see how users move between the pages on the website. Performance cookies may also be used to display articles or services on the website that we believe are of interest to you based on how you normally use the website.


Targeting/Marketing cookies

We use certain cookies that are provided by us as well as third parties to monitor the website’s performance and to enable digital communication with users. Third party cookies can also be used by a third party for the purpose decided by these parties. You can read more about how third parties use information that is collected via third party cookies in each organisation’s policy.

Please note that this cookie notice does not cover, and we are not responsible for, third party’s use of the information collected by such cookies (neither if this website links to such a third party’s website, nor vice versa).

4. Contact Information

Data controller

Name: Zimpler AB

Reg. no: 556887-9984

Postal address: Wallingatan 2, 111 60 Stockholm

E-mail address:

Zimpler has a Data Protection Officer (DPO) who is responsible for monitoring our compliance with applicable data protection legislation. If you have any questions to us, or feel you need any part of this notice explained, please contact us by sending an e-mail to If you specifically wish to contact Zimpler’s DPO, enter this on the subject line.

5. Versions in other Languages than English

The original version of this cookie notice is written in English. To the extent that a translated version of this cookie notice conflicts with the English version, the English version shall prevail.