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Please join us for the inaugural TVBC Dinner where you will hear from Eneavour Partnership on GDPR and Prince's Trust, before enjoying a two-course dinner (The menu is set so therefore please let us know if you have any dietary requirements).
Issues of cyber security and data protection are high risk and constantly in the news. With GDPR just around the corner there has never been a greater emphasis on protecting your business, customers, employees and reputation. razorblue’s MD Dan Kitchen will be addressing the key IT issues of how to protect against data loss, prevent reputational damage and avoid business interruption to give guidance ahead of May 25th.
The GDPR is a new regulation intended to strengthen and unify data protection for all individuals within the European Union, applying automatically to all EU member states from 25 May 2018. Unless you’ve been living in a cave, then you can’t have escaped that the implications of this new legislation will have a substantial impact on businesses. Theresa Carling Senior Associate at the Endeavour Partnership will give an overview of the legal framework and what we can expect before providing some practical guidance on a number of ‘real life’ scenarios.
Please note the earlier start time of 5.30. There are limited places for this event so early booking is recommended.
Running order for the evening is as follows:
5.30pm - Registration - tea and coffee
6.00pm - Welcome and notices from Jane Reynolds, Chair
6.10pm - GDPR, Data and Cyber Security Presentation with Theresa Carling of Endeavour Partnership and Dan Kitchen of razorblue
7.20pm - Prince's Trust - Sian Howarth
7.30pm - Dinner
9.00pm - Event close
For directions to Rockliffe Hall, please use the link below:
Attendance to this event is without charge for members and eligible guests*. Please bring plenty of business cards.
*Guests are welcome to attend one meeting before making a commitment to join the club
About The Prince's Trust
The Prince’s Trust across Teesside offers young people aged 13-30, a safe environment where they can come every day to build a routine, develop confidence, meet new friends and make positive plans for the future. Vulnerable young people are able to learn practical life-skills ranging from IT and maths to cooking and first aid. We also offer personal development courses, vocational skills training, business start-up programmes, loans, grants and mentoring support. There are currently just short of 4,000 young people aged 16-24 claiming Job Seekers Allowance across Tees Valley, which is 6.6% compared to 4.7% of the North East and 2.7% of the UK and even more worryingly is that there are over 45,000 workless households.
We have a clear ambition to continue to grow our support to young people who need our help and we believe it is important to ensure young people can engage with us and access us in the most relevant and appropriate way to them, we are investing in the way we communicate with young people increasing our availability in person and online. We have identified that there is significant need and opportunity to support young people in education and those who need a short intervention to gain employment.
The Trust aims to move 80% of the young people they work with back into education, training, employment or volunteering and are financially efficient with 84p in every pound invested back into our programmes.