The Global Data Protection Regulations are now in force, but are you confident your business is fully compliant?
At The Caterer Digital Summit, taking place at 30 Euston Square on 18 June, a panel featuring Mandarin Oriental's Stephanie Timsit, Alan Broadhead from Moore Stephens and Kate Brimsted from Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner will explore early issues with the legislation and explain how to ensure you remain compliant.
As hospitality businesses worry about when consent is required for marketing, the panel will detail exactly what you need to do to be compliant, and expose where those who have already fallen foul of GDPR have gone wrong.
The data experts will explain exactly what you need to have done, and how to demonstrate an implementation plan that proves you are as compliant as possible.
The Digital Summit will also feature speakers from operators including PizzaExpress, Hand Picked Hotels, Doyle Collection and Delaware North to address how to thrive in the digital age and explore the content, conversion strategy, revenue tools and marketing insight that will supercharge your bottom line.
Timothy Love from PizzaExpress will describe how the restaurant group has remained at the forefront of technological developments in customer engagement, and what it is considering implementing in the future.
Meanwhile, Athena Simpson from YFood will explain how to market like a start-up and Future Factory founder Russell Danks will describe what disruption across other industries might mean in the hospitality sector.
The agenda, crafted in partnership with a panel of industry experts to identify the topics and insight that really matters to hospitality, also explores how to streamline the customer experience, boost bookings and create seo strategies that provide an identifiable return on investment.