An important change to data protection regulations that will effect business owners.
In 2018 new General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) will come into force. These new regulations will mean big changes for business owners. Under the new regulations, companies must keep a thorough record of how and when an individual gives consent to store and use their personal data.
Businesses in breach of the GDPR regulation will be liable for administrative fines of up to 4% of annual global turnover.
The Chamber of Commerce is compiling information for its members to help them understand the requirements, and how to manage consent records. The new regulations will be discussed at Chamber meetings and further information will become available to members.
Networking & Social Events
Our next meeting:
Monday the Second of October at the Horley Constitutional Club, 1 Albert Road, Horley, RH6 7HB at 7pm. For more info please call:
• Geoff Williamson, MIMI, CISM, Chairman of Horley & District Chamber of Commerce - 01293-894444
• Fiona Stimpson, Vice-Chairman: 01293 784965
We recently distributed the new directory of Chamber members. It contains listings of all our members and is distributed to over 10,000 addresses in and around Horley.