Privacy & Cookies

Privacy Policy

At FJ, your privacy is important to us. That is why we want to inform you about our updated privacy statement.

We share what data we collect from you, how we do that and why we collect it. Our privacy statement is drawn up to align with the European Union’s GDPR law and applies to and any of its subdomains.

What kind of data do we collect from you and why?

We collect as little of your personal data as possible. The only times we collect data is when you subscribe to our newsletter, apply for a job at FJ or share your data with us voluntarily.

Subscribing to the newsletter or downloading the whitepaper

At the bottom of most pages of our website, you can sign up for our newsletter. To subscribe, we ask you for your name, email address and function title which will subsequently be added to our Mailchimp mailing list. Mailchimp is a specialised digital service that helps us create and send emails to a large number of people at once. On most of our case pages you can download the case whitepaper. To download the whitepaper we ask you for your name and email address which will also be added to our mailing list. If you want to unsubscribe from our newsletter, you can do so by clicking on the unsubscribe link at the bottom of any newsletter. We’d hate to see you go, though.

Sign up for our webinar

On our website, you can sign up for one of our “Get it out!” webinars. Yes, these are fun and kick-ass. To register we ask you for your name, company name, email address, and function title. In this way, we can keep you posted about everything you need to know about the webinar. Of course, you have the right to unsubscribe whenever you want by clicking the unsubscribe link at the bottom of our emails. 

Applying to a job

When you apply for a job at FJ, the application process goes through Homerun. Homerun is a specialised digital service for presenting vacancies, managing applications and streamlining the application process. The application form you’ll have to fill in asks you for your name, email address, date of birth, city of residence, phone number, educational background, past work experiences and resume. This information is required to complete your application. On top of that, you are given the choice to share your address, country of residence, social media links and a picture of yourself. However, this is not obligatory, and it is up to you if you want to add it.

When you apply, thus sending us your information, you are asked to give us and Homerun permission to retain the information up to twelve (12) months after your application. After that period the data will be deleted unless we have received your permission to keep your data for a longer period of time. The latter only occurs after we explicitly asked you for this permission, for example when we currently don’t have an open vacancy, but we are impressed by your skills and personality.

Sharing your data voluntarily

Sometimes situations occur in which you share personal information with us via email or any other channel, this information will then be stored in our database. If you wish for us to delete this data, please get in touch with us through

Processing data for our clients

The personal data we process on behalf of our clients, falls outside the scope of our privacy statement, as what we process and how we do so differs per project. Information on the personal data that we process there can be found in the privacy statement of that specific project. At FJ, it is our aim to only collect necessary data, and we also advise our clients to do so. Should you have any questions or requests regarding the collection of your personal data, please get in touch with us through

How do we protect personal data?

To protect your personal data from getting lost, destroyed, used, edited and spread by unauthorised personnel, we keep our servers up-to-date and only send personal details through secured (SSL/TLS) connections. Also, we have signed data processing agreements with all the suppliers of service we mention here. If you would like to look into your personal data, change or delete it, please contact us at

Cookie policy

To be transparent and open about the personal data we collect from you, we have created a cookie policy. This should help you to better understand the type of cookies we use on our website and why we use them.

First things first: what is a cookie?

A “cookie” is a small piece of data that a website can send to your browser, which is then stored on the device you are using to visit that website. Cookies were designed to be a reliable mechanism for websites to remember information or to record the user’s browsing activity. Cookies expire after you close your browser (session cookie) or after the expiry date which determines how long they stay in your browser has passed (persistent cookies).

Cookies can be removed in two ways: automatically, when the browser is closed and when they expire, or by manually deleting them. Check the site of your browser to see how to delete cookies.

What kind of cookies do we use and why?

Google Analytics

Google Analytics is a digital service and software that helps us understand how visitors to our website use it. This gives us insight in how we can improve it in the future. Google Analytics cookies are placed when you visit our website. However, we adjusted our setting so that your data is anonymised, meaning that we cannot trace any website behaviour back to you. If you would like to learn more about Google Analytics cookies, please click here for more information.

Types of Google Analytics cookies we use:


Expires in 2 years and is used to distinguish users in an anonymous way


Expires in 24 hours and is used to distinguish users in an anonymous way


Expires in 1 minute and is used to throttle request rate

Website remarketing and usage

We use Google Tag Manager to implement third party tools. We use the Facebook pixel, Twitter pixel, LinkedIn pixel and Google AdWords Remarketing pixel in order to measure conversion of our advertisements on social media. For website usage analytics we make use of Hotjar.

Applications via Homerun

We use Homerun for handling job applications. Whenever you visit or you are actually visiting Homerun. Therefore, their privacy policy applies. They make use of their own type of cookies and have set up their own cookie statement, please find a part of it below or their complete policy here:

“Homerun makes use of the following third party tools which use cookies. Homerun uses Google Tag Manager to implement third party tools. We use the Facebook pixel, Twitter pixel, LinkedIn pixel and Google AdWords Remarketing pixel in order to measure conversion of our advertisements on social media. For general website analytics we use Google Analytics. The chat functionality is provided by Intercom and uses functional cookies to remember earlier conversations. We use widgets of Spotify, SoundCloud, Instagram, Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube, Vimeo and Google Maps to enrich job posts.”

Newsletter via MailChimp

When we send a newsletter to you, we use MailChimp. MailChimp places web beacons to optimise email campaigns. Details on this can be read below and in their privacy policy.

“We automatically place single pixel gifs, also known as web beacons, in every email sent by our users. These are tiny graphic files that contain unique identifiers that enable us and our users to recognize when their subscribers have opened an email or clicked certain links. These technologies record each subscribers email address, IP address, date, and time associated with each open and click for a campaign. We use this data to create reports for our users about how an email campaign performed and what actions subscribers took.”

Portfolio cases via Wistia

To showcase our work on our portfolio website, we embed videos using our Wistia channel. Wistia places their own cookies to support video functionality and analytics. They make use of their own type of cookies, you can read a section of their policy below or find Wistia’s full privacy policy here.

“Whenever you interact with any of our Websites or Videos, we automatically receive and record information on our server logs from your browser including your IP address, “cookie” information, and the page you requested. “Cookies” are identifiers we transfer to your computer or mobile device that allow us to recognize your browser or mobile device and tell us how and when pages in our Website are visited and by how many people. You may be able to change the preferences on your browser or mobile device to prevent or limit your computer or device’s acceptance of cookies, but this may prevent you from taking advantage of some of our Website’s features. If you click on a link to a third party website, such third party may also transmit cookies to you. This Privacy Policy does not cover the use of cookies by any third parties.”

Clients and cookies

The cookies that we place on behalf of our clients, through their digital channels, fall outside of the scope of our cookie policy, as this varies per project. Information on the cookies that collect data on behalf of our clients can be found in their cookie policy. We strive to only place cookies when necessary, and we advise our clients to do so as well.

If you have questions or comments concerning the above, please send us an email via