GDPR – Are you talking about it?

Published on Friday 11th of May, 2018

By Chrissie Davis

I bridge the gap between corporate and creative, helping clients save time and costs, gain added value through knowledge and insight, and deliver more considered outcomes.

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For those who get this transition and their future approach right will build greater trust, forming a clear competitive advantage.

 

As much as many large businesses often suffer with silos, the responsibility to comply with the GDPR falls to various teams within the business, so for maximum effectiveness, there should be collaboration.

 

Collaboration starts with communication.

 

Companies need to be proactive by ensuring an internal network is established of those who will collectively strive for full compliance and are regularly communicating. From there, the rest of the business needs to do their bit – have you got a team responsible for communicating the requirements, benefits and opportunities of good data protection and privacy?

 

If not, EXIMIA can help. Our team offers communication design that is based on an intrinsic understanding of data protection and GDPR. We take the technical facts of GDPR through a creative process, breaking them down across various digital and print mediums to help reach employees – to raise awareness, understanding and action.

 

Data is an asset, so invest in it.

 

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