HR breakfast seminar with guest speaker Debra Barber

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Bridgend Business Forum and Hugh James are delighted to invite you to a complimentary breakfast seminar with keynote speaker Debra Barber, Chief Executive, Cardiff Airport.

Date: Tuesday 21 November 2017

Venue: Coed y Mystwr Hotel, Coychurch, Bridgend, CF35 6AF

Times: 08.30am for 9 until 11am
Cost: Free to attend and includes breakfast and refreshments

Presenter: Helen lles, Senior Associate and Head of Training at Hugh James

Get ready for 2018’s changes to data protection laws

If you want peace, prepare for war …was the advice of Roman Vegetius before the fall of the Roman Empire. So too is this the advice ofHelen Iles, Senior Associate and Head of Training at Hugh James regarding new rules set to hit all UK businesses in May 2018 in the form of the General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR.”)

Amending current data protection rules, the GDPR has the potential to further muddy the already-murky waters of data management for organisations unless they are fully prepared for its arrival and ready to deal with its impact. Whilst some data management requirements stay the same, the GDPR requires other things to be done differently, and other duties are imposed for the very first time.

Attend this session to ensure your organisation is forewarned and forearmed, and in a position to defend itself against the new maximum 20 million Euro fine.

About the speaker: Debra Barber, Chief Executive Officer, Cardiff Airport     

Deb retired from her role as Group Captain within the Royal Air Force in 2012 after a successful 28 year career, during which time she headed up the Air Traffic Control operation and was held in high regard as one of the RAF’s notable senior female officers. At Cardiff Airport as CEO Deb is responsible for delivering the ambitious strategy for long term, sustainable growth for the Airport business, generating significant economic benefit for Wales.

Please book your place in advance:

How to book: Email: (booking is essential)

For more information contact: Mary Pope on 01656 815320 or email:

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