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This year Cardealer’s CDX is bigger, better and longer than ever before.
Demand has meant a change of venue and we find ourselves heading to Manchester for two days of all things Motortrade. As regular contributors to Cardealer magazine we are delighted to be attending and supporting this premier event once again.
Having presented workshops at previous CDX events, this year our Nona Bowkis will be tackling one of the hottest topics around, not just for the motor trade, but business in general, GDPR (General Data Protection Regulations). Preparedness, what you should have done or should be doing to be ready for May 25th. Problems that could arise from the implementation of GDPR, including legal action and potential fines if you get it wrong and procedure, what to do and how to do it, how to avoid problems and remain compliant.
The Lawgistics team will be there to answer any questions you may have about GDPR or legal issues in general. So please attend Nona’s workshop then come and see us on our stand. We shall also be showcasing our new product HR Manager, a new way for users to manage their employees, their legal responsibilities and it also has a tool to help with your GDPR compliance.