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This article was published on 16 January 2018

Find out about the European Digital Single Market, new data protection rules and its impact on New Zealand at our free workshop and webinar.

When
25 January 2018
Where
Workshop and Webinar

Callaghan Innovation is delighted to connect you with European technology and research specialist, Dr Erich Prem, who will talk you through the European Digital Single Market, new Data Protection rules and explore the opportunities and impacts for New Zealand businesses arising from Europe’s changing regulatory environment.

Data is the currency of today's digital economy and data protection is at the heart of the move to a digital single market. The European Data Protection Reform aims to build a strong basis to help Europe make better use of innovative digital services like big data and cloud computing.

Kiwi companies at the forefront of innovative digital product development will be impacted by new regulations as they grow their global offer.

If you are exporting digital products or services to Europe, then this is a must attend event.

From the end of geo-blocking to the right to explanation on algorithmic decision-making, new copyright framework and VAT rules, Dr Prem will share policies that change the playing field for companies around the world, including EU companies’ international partners and businesses exporting digital products and services to the region.

 

Eric Prem

About Erich Prem

Dr Erich Prem, founder and director of Eutema, a technology and RTD strategy consultancy company based in Austria, is a leading authority on these subjects, Erich is brought to NZ for a brief visit by the EPIC Project, an ICT partnership between the EU and NZ.

 

Register online now for this free event

Register now to attend the free workshop or webinar

Workshop
Thursday 25th January 7:30am – 9:00am
Callaghan Innovation Offices, Level 4, 139 Quay Street, Auckland, New Zealand

Webinar
Thusday 25th January 7:50am – 9:00am