Everything you need to know about the GDPR - In association with Weddingly

The Laws around Data Protection and the way you store data or communicate with customers is changing. 

SA Law is pleased to present  'Everything you need to know about the GDPR' for Weddingly Business Academy on 15th May 2018.

Speakers Julie Gingell & Emma Gross will be sharing the vital information that you need to know to understand the principles of the General Data Protection Regulation as well as key steps to make sure your business is compliant before 25th May 2018 and beyond. 

The speakers will answer key questions such as: 

  • What does the GDPR mean for marketing?
  • What do I need to do with old customer data to be GDPR compliant?
  • How do I become GDPR compliant?
  • What happens if I'm not GDPR complaint?

At this event, Weddingly Academy Members & Vendors will also get the opportunity to meet like-minded Wedding professionals and network. 

Find out more by visiting the Weddingly Business Academy website.

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