One year ago on May 25, 2018, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) went into effect and replaced the 1995 EU Data Protection Directive (DPD) with the goal of significantly enhancing the protection of the personal data of E.U. citizens and increasing the obligations of organizations who collect and/or process personal data.
FY19 proved to be a great year for Experian – one of our best ever. We just announced results, with organic revenue growth of 9%. But that is only part of our story. Behind the company’s success is a strategy that puts consumers first. We have looked to respond to the challenge of financial exclusion around the world, by using data and innovation to bring more people into the mainstream financial system. And we have… Results Were Strong, Our Commitment To Helping Consumers Even Stronger
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The following is written by Colin Grieves, Managing Director of Targeting, at Experian. There are many reasons why an advert might catch your attention – maybe it’s because of a celebrity endorsement, clever catchphrase, or a witty one-liner that catches you off guard when you’re waiting for your programme to return after the break. If there has been an advert that has particularly stuck in your mind, those behind the marketing at organisations will tell… What adverts have you seen today? How data helps make marketing more relevant
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Everyone knows that PowerPoint is the language of business. The problem is, most PowerPoint decks are nothing more than a series of overstuffed and often confusing slides that accompany nap-inducing soliloquies by presenters. Having developed thousands of presentations, we’ve identified best practices that are simple, yet rarely employed. To that end, we created Center of Gravity, a new framework for building presentations. The idea is that each deck, every slide, and every piece of content
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