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SMBs and GDPR

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While the data and marketing industry has clearly been aware of, understood and implemented the necessary strategies to comply with GDPR, there has been some concerns about small and medium-sized businesses. This research will provide you with the essential insights to gather a full picture of this community and help plan their next steps.

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