GDPR's global business impact, Brexit and our founder's story

Copenhagen Business School's Associate Professor Pedro Telles interviews our Founder & CEO Robert Baugh on GDPR, his founder journey, Brexit and the future

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We’re very grateful to Copenhagen Business School for the opportunity to share this excellent interview by their Associate Professor, Pedro Telles, for CBS’s students.  Join us as Pedro asks our Founder & CEO, Robert Baugh, about:

  • GDPR and its impact on businesses in the EEA, UK and globally,
  • Robert’s founder journey,
  • where businesses are in their journey to GDPR compliance,
  • Brexit (of course…), and
  • what’s in store for Privacy and business in the next few years.

As long-time collaborators on the practical and operational impacts of startup and data protection law, Pedro expertly guides the conversation to foreground the impacts on business of this ground-breaking law.

As GDPR continues to inspire statutes around the world, this is a great summary of what the world was like pre-GDPR, the impact and reach of GDPR, and how businesses can address their own compliance.


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