GDPR is relevant to businesses of all sizes that hold data about people who live in the European Union
Is GDPR relevant to start-ups?
Yes. GDPR is relevant to businesses of all sizes that hold data about people who live in the European Union, most commonly for start-ups this means having evidence of how you acquired a customer's consent to send them email marketing.
Although you already have a lot to think about and balls to juggle. building in data protection to your business will really help as the business grows and help you to help you stand out from your competitors. It will also make sure you are not penalised for not having the right legal measures in place.
This free and interactive workshop will cut through the legal jargon and cover:
- What is GDPR and when it is coming into effect
- The main mistakes to avoid
- What are the updated rights of the person/ data subject
- How to legally collect and process customer data within the 6 Principles of GDPR
- How it affects marketing and sales and ways to make your e-marketing stronger
- Why the legislation changed and who it affects
- Practical tips for hoe to store customer data.
Lucidica (http://bit.ly/BLIPC) are a Corporate Partner with the British Library's Business & IP Centre and can also advise protecting your company against cyber-crime and fraud plus how to choose and buy the right tech equipment for your business at the right time.
Josh Evans, Technology Expert at Lucidica (http://bit.ly/BLIPC)
A past delegate has said that Josh had given a “very helpful presentation” and was a “great speaker who made everything easy to understand”.