Cookie information

If you decide not to accept cookies, you must disenable them in your browser. Please note though, that if you decline cookies, you will not be able to use functions that requires the homepage to remember your choices.

What is a cookie?

A browser cookie is a small data file which sends information to the user's browser for authentication or identification of a user. Browser cookies can also be used to create statistics about visitors’ use of the website.

A browser cookie cannot be programmed, cannot collect information from the users’ computers, cannot carry viruses, and cannot install malware on the host computer.

The Danish Growth Fund will not save cookies on your computer without your consent. If cookies are accepted, we will use them to collect information about how the website is used, enabling us to continuously improve the user-friendliness. Statistical information is anonymous and cannot be traced back to specific users.

The Danish Growth Fund uses the following cookies:

  • A Google Analytics cookie for statistical uses to illustrate how you and other users use We will use this information to improve user-friendliness.
  • Cookies from YouTube. If you choose to watch videos on, cookies will be collected. Some cookies are used for statistical purposes whilst others are used to manage user preferences of the YouTube player.
  • Technical cookies which are necessary for the homepage to function correctly.
  • An adform-cookie which measures the effect of our advertisement online and ensures that the user is presented with Danish Growth Fund advertisements. Adform does not register personal information.

How to decline cookies:

You can use most of the pages on even if you decline cookies. Your overall experience with the website will however be reduced, as the more advanced functionality will not work, nor will we be able to improve the user-friendliness on the website.

Why do we inform about cookies?

All Danish websites are obligated by law to inform users about which browser cookies are left on the user’s equipment. The information must be in agreement with "Executive Order on Information and Consent Required in Case of Storing or Accessing Information in End-User Terminal Equipment”.

Read more on the Danish Business Authority's hompage about cookies.