GDPR: what you need to know

North West

We have brought together speakers from both sides of the GDPR coin - law and data. Steve and Pete will talk you through all you need to know about GDPR broken down into easy steps:

  • Where we are now in relation to data laws?
  • What is coming?
  • How will GDPR change things?
  • What do you need to do?
  • How do you get things right

GDPR – everything you ever wanted to ask


This session offers a panel with both a data & privacy lawyer, and a CRM marketing consultant, to give you a unique opportunity to get both a practical and a compliance answer to your critical questions.

You will leave feeling more prepared, armed with tangible answers and ready to implement plans for your firm’s own “Countdown to Compliance”.


GDPR – Getting Through The Maze

West Midlands

This session will look at  how Wright Hassall’s approach to client data and marketing activities will change. It will include:

  • What is in the GDPR legislation
  • How GDPR will impact firms (Processors and Controllers)
  • How to decide if you need additional support in carrying out a compliance review
  • How to apply your compliance privacy by design change programme
  • How to make your firm stands out

We will also look at the effect GDPR will have on:

Data processors 
Data controllers 


Navigating the merger maze: lessons from the front


Topics that will be covered during this session include:

  • Recommended communication with internal and external audiences
  • How to manage brand communication
  • Tips for integration
  • How to proactively retain employee trust
  • How cultures can come together for a merger of equals
  • Brand strategy and integration to deliver a consistent client experience
  • Managing general brand promotion in the public sphere during this potentially tricky time

This session is aimed at anyone working in marketing teams that may experience a union of cultures, departments or firms in the future. We will seek to address common issues in devising an integrated strategy to consider the intangible factors in the merger.