The GDPR guide to best practice event planning
This infographic shows you how to easily protect privacy and build attendee trust - before, during and after your events.
When the dust settles on GDPR
Patrick Smith, CMO, talks about the value of GDPR and how the regulation is trust dressed as compliance and should be embraced by organizations.
GDPR: What Cvent is doing to drive your event compliance
Watch this webinar on-demand to learn what Cvent is doing to help you become compliant.
GDPR is coming, is your organization ready?
Read this infographic to learn about how this regulation will impact your meetings and events, and how Cvent can help.
GDPR: Do you understand it?
Watch this webinar to learn about GDPR and what you and your organization need to do to prepare.
Collection of questions from event and hospitality professionals across the globe.
Get Prepared for GDPR
In this blog we discuss how valuable personal data is and the importance of its management.
Get Prepared For GDPR - Part 2
In this blog we highlight the 10 key elements of GDPR that you need to prepare for.
Are you ready for GDPR?
If you process data of any EU citizens anywhere in the world you will have to comply with GDPR. Watch this video to learn more about how this regulation will impact your meetings and events, and how Cvent can help you become and stay compliant.
We're Here to Help!
While GDPR may seem like a daunting challenge, you can turn it into an opportunity. By ensuring you have the right event management technology in place to adhere to the new regulations, you can be a standard bearer in your industry for the protection of personal information. That’s something to be proud of – and something that will set your brand apart!
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