GDPR Regulation Webinar

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Understanding the implications of GDPR for your business

The EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which comes into force in May 2018, has serious implications for businesses worldwide.

In this 30 minute live webinar our CEO, John Paterson, explains what GDPR is and what you need to do to prepare for the change. He’ll explain why this new legislation is so important and how you can make sure your business is compliant well before the deadline. Looking specifically at email marketing, John will discuss how best to capture consents and record the data in your CRM.

Although this is European Union (EU) legislation it will affect any business that holds data on any individuals based in the EU.

Next GDPR Regulation webinar dates – please note international time zones

  • Wednesday 16 May 2018

    USA 8:00 am (PDT), 11:00 am (EDT), UK 4:00 pm (BST)

  • Reserve your place now

Preparing for GDPR Webinar Agenda

The webinar will give you a full understanding of the new GDPR regulation, including:

  • What is GDPR: Understanding GDPR and why is has been introduced
  • Implications for business: How the legislation will affect businesses in the EU and elsewhere in the world
  • Preparing your business: What you need to do to prepare your business for the change
  • Email marketing: How to capture consents and record the data in your CRM

Here’s a blog to accompany the webinar: GDPR – Preparing for Change

Who should attend this webinar?

This webinar is designed for business managers who have responsibility for data protection and/or marketing communications within their company.

Webinar On-demand

  • If you can’t make the live CRM webinar dates you can watch a recording by registering here.

  • Register to view it now

What is GDPR?

The GDPR is an EC regulation designed to protect the privacy of EC citizens, ensure their data is not exported out of the EC to countries that do not have adequate privacy laws, and makes sure that citizens have control over how their data is used.

About the Author

Helen Armour

Helen Armour

Helen is the Marketing Manager at Really Simple Systems, a Member of the Chartered Institute of Marketing and Chartered Marketer.