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Using GDPR to make your marketing truly customer centric

Our in-house experts give you advice on how to use GDPR to your advantage by enhancing customer experience.

There is no doubt that the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is one of the biggest changes to privacy law in 20 years. Its effect has landed squarely in the laps of marketers with a heavy dull thud.
This means that the marketing department is very much in the firing line when it comes to compliance and being challenged by customers. So it hasn’t come as any great surprise that some businesses really have erred on the side of caution to avoid any potential repercussions, but have ended up with their business suffering.
Download this white paper to discover the options to remedy the most common concerns we have heard from marketers across industries. There are still opportunities that exist in a world where GDPR compliance is essential, such as:

  • Enabling effective data capture – It’s not about the number of customers you acquire but the quality, enabling you to target them effectively with the data you have collected.
  • Make the customer the centre of everything you do – Make data capture as user-friendly as possible, the easier it is, the more likely you will be supplied it.
  • The future – Use GDPR as an opportunity to focus your attention on genuinely making the customer central to your marketing strategy.

Download using GDPR to make your marketing truly customer centric here

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