·21 June 2017
ou have until next May to ensure all your contacts have ‘opted in’, says Gemma Antrobus, chairman Aito Specialist Travel Agents
So what does GDPR mean to you? Six weeks ago, it meant nothing to me, so don’t worry if this is the first time you are reading about it. It is, however, something you can’t ignore.
GDPR is yet another thing set to test the resolve of business owners in 2018. Add it to the Package Travel Directive and credit card fees, and the saying ‘everything comes in threes’ springs to mind. Let’s hope that’s it for now.