ACE focuses on providing a platform for creating opportunities, meeting valuable contacts and sharing knowledge. In early 2016 we introduced our Network & Learn series that offers both Members and Non-members the chance to network with other event professionals, exchange views and discuss challenges as well as joining a development session.
Our next Network & Learn Session
GDPR – Have you got it right so far?
19th October 2017 (central London – Venue TBC)
You will probably have attended a GDPR session to get an understanding of the legislation that comes into effect in May 2018, so you will know the basics. Our October session, delivered by Capital Law, will focus on the practicalities and challenges of implementing GDPR and will offer you an informative review point to ensure you are on the right track. With just eight months to go until the implementation deadline the session will help answer a number of questions:
- Have you interpreted the legislation and requirements correctly?
- Is what you have implemented so far correct and is it enough?
- What lessons have been learnt so far and are there any legislation updates?
- How do you manage third party data, buy-in databases and personal data collected at trade shows?
There will be a Q&A session which will allow you to ask GDPR questions relevant to your company as well as give you the opportunity to network with others who are managing GDPR within the event sector and of course have a coffee on ACE!
Richard Thomas of Capital Law has 20 years’ experience (In House and Private Practice) advising (and training) on all aspects of contentious and non-contentious Employment and Data Protection law in both the public and private sectors. He has significant experience in advising clients on the application of the current Data Protection Act together with the Privacy and Electronic Communications Regulations (PECR) and the forthcoming GDPR dealing with issues ranging from Data Subject Access Requests from ex-employees to the data rules applying to Direct Marketing activities. He also represents employers on both individual and collective employment law issues including: Employment Tribunal advocacy on behalf of employees and employers across the UK; Major restructures, outsourcing and TUPE (including negotiating and drafting employee handover provisions in commercial agreements); Employee consultation and setting up of Information and Consultation Forums and agreements; Collective bargaining and industrial relations issues including advising on, dealing with and resolving Collective Disputes and Industrial Action via ACAS mediation.