INVITATION TO GDPR BREAKFAST BRIEFING FOR THE RESTAURANT & HOSPITALITY SECTOR
Event: BDO Restaurant & Hospitality GDPR Breakfast Briefing
Location: BDO, Mercer Street Lower, Dublin 2
Date: Thursday 22nd March
7.45am – Tea, coffee & breakfast
8.15am – Presentation begins
9.15am – Q&A
9.30am – Event ends
The Restaurants Association of Ireland and BDO Ireland would like to invite you to join us on Thursday 22 March for our Restaurant & Hospitality GDPR Breakfast Briefing. The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will come into affect on 25th May 2018.
Restaurant & Hospitality sector businesses will be affected in terms of the customer data, employee data and/or any other personal data they retain or use including but not limited to: mailing list data, CCTV footage, loyalty card data, and booking systems data.
The event will hear from John Bolger, BDO, and Eoghan Doyle, Philip Lee Solicitors on topics including:
- What is GDPR?
- Implications GDPR will have on your business and the Restaurant & Hospitality sector
- Discussion on steps to take to ensure your business is GDPR compliant
- Discussion on breach management in the case of a complaint
- Discussion on legal matters and implications
Real life case examples from the Restaurant & Hospitality sector will be used to illustrate the matters outlined above.
About John Bolger, BDO Ireland
John has led Data Protection and Cyber Security reviews for BDO clients across Ireland. His specialist areas include information governance and risk management, GDPR compliance, data protection and disaster recovery/business continuity.
BDO is one of Ireland’s leading Audit, Tax and Advisory firms, specialising in advising businesses across all sectors, ranging from the development stage through to successful international growth. BDO is recognised as a leading adviser to the Irish hospitality sector, having advised clients in this sector for more than 25 years.
About Eoghan Doyle, Philip Lee
Eoghan is a partner specialising in corporate, commercial and technology matters, advising Irish and international clients on General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) compliance matters.
Philip Lee is one of Ireland’s leading commercial law firms. They are recognised leaders in several areas of law including corporate and commercial, competition, construction, data protection, employment, energy, environmental, EU, intellectual property, PPP, procurement, real estate and tax.
We would be delighted if you could join us at the breakfast briefing.
Please find details below and RSVP by Wednesday 21st March to confirm your attendance: