Previously, we’ve outlined the changes in data protection laws due when the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into force on 28 May 2018. Here, we’ve identified ten areas to examine. in order to comply, plus some FAQs.
Increasing member engagement is a top membership goal for the majority of associations – yet puzzlingly lack of engagement is a major reason for members not renewing. Your answer could lie in successful social media.
Are you aware of the dramatic changes being introduced to data protection laws? Have you done anything about it? The consequences of non-compliance are potentially extremely serious. This is the first of a three-part series setting out the basics of the impacts of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) on businesses.
Read on to find out why you need to start looking at how you collect, process and store data now.
CJAM Group has increased its team by four following a successful 2016 with twelve new client wins.
CJAM has welcomed a new press/communications specialist to join its team of dedicated business and marketing professionals.
In the Federation of Small Businesses’ (FSB) first budget submission to the new Government it has called on the Chancellor to strengthen the landscape for small businesses and enterprise by continuing to reduce the deficit, stimulate growth and back ambitious small businesses.
A new study released today reveals the economic contribution of standards to the UK economy and businesses.
New research from the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) suggests small firms are struggling to protect the identity and ideas at the heart of their businesses. Time and money spent on protecting intellectual property such as patents, branding and product designs takes valuable resources away from business development, potentially putting growth and innovation at risk.
Jules looks at how the UK can help start-ups build on their potential and scale up to the next level.
British business is presently treading a fruitful path. Financial figures from the US reveal that the UK economy – with 2.6% GDP growth in 2014 to the US’s 2.4% – is now the fastest growing amongst developed nations.
An overwhelming majority of UK businesses are expecting 2015 to be as good as, if not better than, 2014, with just 3% predicting a worse year, according to an economic outlook survey by Silicon Valley Bank.