Showcasing the Best of Welsh Business


23rd April – St Asaph
Business Seminar



IoD North Wales Branch & ACCA Cymru Wales business seminar at the Optic Centre, Glyndwr University with guest speaker, Helen Watson, Partner, Aaron & Partners, Helen’s presentation is on the topic of GDPR – ‘Protecting your data and your company.’

General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is set to hit all UK businesses in May 2018 and the implications on data management for organisations unless they are fully prepared for its arrival and ready to deal with its impact could be catastrophic.

Whilst some data management requirements stay the same, the GDPR requires other things to be done differently, and other duties are imposed for the very first time including the new maximum 20 million Euro fine.

Attend this session to ensure your organisation is prepared and protected.


6.00pm: Registration, networking and refreshments
8.30pm: Presentation ends


Helen Watson, Partner, Aaron and Partners LLP

Helen is head of the Employment team and an experienced advocate and accredited mediator.

She has extensive experience in all aspects of employment law, both contentious and non-contentious, including negotiating and drafting, TUPE disputes and large scale redundancies, trade union disputes, discrimination and harassment cases, and Employment Tribunal representation. Helen undertakes all of her own advocacy at tribunals and gained higher rights of audience in 2005.

Helen studied criminology and French at Keele University, before attending Chester College of Law. She also has a Masters degree in industrial relations and employment law. After successful spells at two other law firms, Helen joined Aaron & Partners in early 2007 as a Partner and Head of Employment Law. She is currently studying for a PhD in Employment Law, with a particular focus on equality legislation and discrimination law.

Cost: Free
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Event manager: Ms Deborah Trotman  Contact phone:02920389990  Contact email:[email protected]

WHEN:23rd April 2018 – 18:00 – 20:30
WHERE:St Asaph – Optic Centre