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Product description

The consentmanager GDPR solution (CMP) is more than just a “cookie banner”: It comes with support for over 30 languages, individual designs, reporting, integrated A/B testing & design optimizers and an integrated cookie crawler. As one of the few CMP companies that actually come from Europe, we only focus on one thing: making your website GDPR-compliant. We do not use “cloud servers” but only our own servers in data centers in Europe. Our customers include more than 25,000 of the largest news sites, online shops, advertising agencies, networks and many others.

consent manager & IAB TCF

consentmanager.de is a CMP (Consent Management Provider) registered with the IAB with CMP ID 31 on the domain consentmanager.mgr.consensu.org. We provide services to collect consent from your website visitors and make this information available to your advertisers and other partners.

company description

consentmanager AB is a Swedish company specializing in GDPR compliance software solutions. The company was founded in 2018 in Vasteras, Sweden. With more than 25,000 customers worldwide and offices in Berlin, Paris, Hamburg, Warsaw and Stockholm, consentmanager is one of the leading compliance solutions on the market.


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