The Demand Gen One-Stop GDPR Workshop — White Paper
Let’s take a trip down memory lane back to grade school to the days of the dreaded group projects.
If you were like me (and if you’re a marketer, you’re probably like me), group projects meant continuous stress and anxiety. First, there was my portion of the assignment, which I would stress about perfecting. But then there was the infinitely more stressful task of worrying about whether my group members would hold up their end of the bargain. And even if they did, would their work be up to my overachiever standards?
Now imagine that your high school group has been tasked with an incredibly complex and arduous project with no real direction in terms of who is responsible for what. Oh, and if your group doesn’t perform well on the project, your allowance money is taken as retribution. You can only imagine the chaos that would descend upon that group of despairing teens.
We might not be kids anymore, but group projects without clear task delegation can still get frustrating in the corporate world. And boy, do they get frustrating fast.
If the GDPR is even remotely on the radar, then you can probably relate to the above scenario all too well.
Preparing for GDPR compliance is a mammoth undertaking that requires all-hands-on-deck. But the path towards compliance is murky, and no one really knows how or where to start. See our Data Cleansing Checklist for GDPR Compliance for a quick guide.
We wanted to empower the overachievers in your GDPR group project to take action before the GDPR goes into effect because I know you really want a passing grade.
Our white paper, “The Demand Gen One-Stop GDPR Workshop,” takes a role-specific approach to GDPR prep to so you group project leaders (looking at you, demand generation) can spearhead the charge towards compliance.**
Download our GDPR compliance white paper below:
**Please note, this material is for informational purposes only, is general in nature, and is not intended to and should not be relied upon or construed as a legal opinion or legal advice regarding any specific issue or factual circumstance.