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

Watch the video on Privacy Kitchen!

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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