Legal expert Dan Hyde, partner at Pennington Manches and the founder of CyberCounsel, explains why GDPR compliance is not something that can be ignored by British businesses, just because we’re leaving the EU.
It may seem overwhelming, but tackling the EU GDPR strategically and logically will make the task more manageable for businesses.
The announcement of a snap election rallied the pound against a murky future, but there are many more factors at stake.
Every conversation that I have had about Europe in the past year or so has focused on the politics of the region more than the economics and a European recovery.
Whilst the GDPR will introduce significant changes to data protection legislation – completely overhauling the current legal framework – many bosses still haven’t given thought as to whether current processes comply with the new law.
The clock has started ticking – unless otherwise agreed by all 27 remaining EU members, the UK will cease to be an EU member state on 29 March 2019. So companies trading in France and the UK should start making preparations.
Manfred Weber, leader of the conservative European People’s Party, has been quite vocal about Brexit. Most recently he suggested any company linked to the euro should not be doing business on British soil.
As an entrepreneur and business owner who championed remaining, Charlie Mullins firmly believes the Brexit plan must encourage collaboration with the EU.
Companies in the EU are free to ban the wearing of a headscarf, or other political, philosophical or religious signs, if it in line with internal rules.
London mayor Sadiq Khan is on a mission to quell Brexit impact as he will embark on a tour of five key European cities with SMEs, reminding leaders that London is open for business.
The outcome of the EU referendum last June continues, so to help business leaders with their Brexit opinion, here’s the who, what and where of latest developments.
Companies of all sizes need to stay clued up about the strengths and weaknesses of all the currencies they operate in. Here’s a 2017 overview of the non-EU European countries.