Gifts Direct delivers the goods on GDPR compliance

One Irish company has embraced the GDPR change and turned it into a positive

13th May, 2018
Fiona O’Carroll, chief operating officer with Gifts Direct

This year’s Small Firms Association annual conference takes place on the eve of the date on which the much-anticipated general data protection regulation (GDPR) kicks into gear.

From May 25, the new regulation becomes law with the aim of harmonising data protection regulations throughout the EU.

But for many smaller businesses, the rush to be GDPR-ready can be overwhelming.

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