What does GDPR mean for your supply chain?

Organizations not in compliance with GDPR can be fined up to four percent of annual global turnover or €20 Million, whichever is greater.

What is GDPR and how will it impact my Supply Chain?

The EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is the most important change in personal data privacy regulation in 20 years. It’s aimed at tech giants and small and medium enterprises alike.

As we count down the days until the GDPR enters into force on May 25, it’s important to recognize how your supply chain is affected and how it can become GDPR compliant.

I’d like to take this opportunity to point out a few critical issues that will have a direct impact on your business and supply chain.

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  1. A small and medium sized enterprise is defined by its relation to the market. Therefore American Motors in the U.S. is a SME. If you mean small business then say small business. Or if you mean mom n pop then say that.

    Your business English is exceptionally poor and therefore your articles make little sense.

    Global turnover? Really!

    Are you that stupid?

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