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Net Natives, the leading digital-first, data-driven, full-service creative digital marketing agency for the education and local government sectors, have launched a new research project which aims to reveal how ready education marketers feel about being GDPR compliant.

The EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into effect on the 25th May 2018 and its implications for marketing are significant and far-reaching, but do education marketers feel ready for GDPR?

Net Natives are conducting first-party research and are inviting marketing professionals from all levels, from the education and government sectors to a share how they are feeling about their own preparations for GDPR implementation.

The survey will seek to uncover the sentiments, levels of preparedness and the chief concerns held by the sector ahead of the new legislation becoming law.

The top-line results of the survey will be analysed and discussed during a live webinar broadcast on the 3rd August at 2pm, with a free to download report made available shortly after, so that participants can benchmark their own feelings or readiness against that of the rest of the sector.  

The GDPR Compliance Confidence survey has been created by the Analytics, Insights and Research division of Net Natives and can be taken online here.

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