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Dear Readers of Compliance and Privacy,
It’s our pleasure to announce and invite you as a VIP Delegate to:
The 5th Annual Privacy & Data Protection UK 2008
3rd & 4th of September 2008
at The Law Society, 113 Chancery Lane, London, United Kingdom The event is broken up into two separate days & two separate events:
“Data Protection: Global Compliance Management” 3rd of September 2008
“Data Protection: CRM, Privacy 2.0 & Social Networking ” 4th of September 2008
This is a major Privacy & Data Protection event with more than 20 internationally renowned speakers. If there is one Privacy & Data Protection event to attend this year, this is it!
The full conference agenda for The 5th Annual Privacy & Data Protection UK 2008 is available at:
TRANSATLANTIC-EVENTS.COM Please note: All VIP Delegates who attend are entitled to a special VIP discount: VIP Delegates are able to attend this event for only £250.00 (either day) or £450.00 for both days. This invite is open to you and/or any colleague(s) you would like to recommend to this event. The VIP Delegate Registration portal is:
VIP Delegate places are limited, and sold on a “first come, first served” basis. So be sure to reserve your place(s) ASAP before they are all allocated.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
You will have the opportunity to meet players in the industry and discuss the latest issues with:
Chief Executives, Chief Operating Officers, Managing Directors, Heads of Human Resources, Information Security and Risk Management Specialists/Consultants, Strategy Directors, Commercial Directors, Communications Directors, Sales and Marketing Directors, Heads of e- Commerce, Information Assurance Specialists/Consultants, Heads of Business Development, Heads of Compliance, Regulatory and Legal Affairs, Consultants and Advisors, Heads of IT & Database Management, Privacy Officers and … anyone concerned with Privacy & Data Protection.
The 2008 Expert Speaker Faculty
Chairman (Day One):
Alastair Gorrie, Partner, Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe, UK
Co-Chairman (Day One):
James Leaton Gray, Head of Information Policy & Compliance, BBC UK
Chairman (Day Two) :
Francis Aldhouse, Consultant, Bird & Bird, UK
Co-Chairman (Day Two):
Nigel Roberts, Director and CTO, Island Networks, UK Internationally Renowned Speaker Faculty:
Bridget Treacy, Partner, Hunton & Williams LLP, UK
Monika Kuschewsky, Senior Associate, Van Bael & Bellis, Brussels
Rosemary Jay, Partner, Pinsent Masons LLP, UK
Mark E. Schreiber, Partner, Edwards Angell Palmer & Dodge LLP, USA
Robert Bond, Partner, Speechly Bircham LLP, UK
Renzo Marchini, Dechert LLP, UK
Vinod Bange, Associate, Eversheds LLP, UK
Anne Coles, Senior Partner, AMC Law, UK
Philip Nolan, Partner, Mason Hayes + Curran, Ireland
Lynda K. Marshall, Partner, Hogan & Hartson LLP, USA
Karen A. Morris, Chief Innovation Officer, AIG, USA
Tim Beadle, Director, Marketing Improvement, UK
Peter G. Wray, Chairman & Founder loyaltymatters.com and cm4p.com
Gareth Wong, Founder of CXO Europe, GamBond, and Gambit, UK
Dr. Mark Watts, Partner, Bristows, UK
Nicola McKilligan, The European Privacy Partnership, UK
Andy Thomas, Director, Garlik, UK
Edna Kusitor, Global Data Privacy Compliance Coordinator, Accenture, UK
Graham Sadd, Chairman & CEO, PAOGA Limited, UK
Winston Maxwell, Partner, Hogan & Hartson MNP, France
Tim Trent, Consultant, Marketing Improvement, Managing Editor ComplianceAndPrivacy.Com
UK Delegate places are limited, so reserve your delegate place TODAY!!! For more information, visit:
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Epsom, Surrey, United Kingdom
email: [email protected]
phone: +44 (0) 208 658 6568
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