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The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is taking effect on May 25 2018, and event and meeting professionals need to address the impact of this new law immediately as planning for 2018 is already in the works for many organizations.

etouches and soors.it have joined forces to assist planners and their companies by providing an eBook on GDPR that speaks directly to the industry and not just to the list of regulations.

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What your event tech provider can do for you


The impact of GDPR on meetings & events

What a Data Protection Officer is

What the role of meeting and event planners is in GDPR

What event and meeting data falls under GDPR


Cloud-based enterprise event software

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About etouches

etouches is a global leader in cloud based anayltics and data driven end-to-end event management and venue sourcing solutions. The award-winning open source platform delivers innovative technology solutions to streamline the event process, providing real-time data and analytics on event performance, customer engagement, and increasing measurable event ROI. 

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soors.it is a new platform that allows companies of all sizes to source their technology. Today, soors.it offers a wide range of consultants with a focus on CRM, marketing automation, event software and social media automation. 

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With GDPR taking effect on May 25th 2018 and organizations already working on their events for next year, compliance with this policy needs to start today. To help event and meeting planners along in this process, we’ve spent hundreds of hours trying to understand the implication of the new law and what it means for our industry. While there is tons of documentation, we found them very difficult to understand from one standpoint in particular: "what is the vendor responsibility versus the client responsibility?" Through out this eBook we have answered this question and many others that have been on event and meeting planners' minds since the news was announced. 

The impact of point solutions

The path to compliance with an event technology officer