As of the 25th of May 2018, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a challenge for many European companies. However, international companies or organizations conducting business within the EU or collecting data from people within the European Union must also comply. This is the case even when they don’t physically operate in Europe.
The upcoming finalisation of the Brexit by the end of this 2020 poses lot of new challenges to all companies residing in the UK. Also these companies will have to comply to the GDPR when they are conducting business within the EU or collecting data from people within the EU.
Appointing a GDPR Representative allows your company to work with European customers.