GDPR Consent

GDPR Consent

GDPR is going to affect almost every tour operator around the world. Any tour operator who doesn’t have a single record of an EU citizen purchasing their services will still need to be prepared for the inevitable day that they get a customer who is, in fact, a citizen of the European Union.

If you store personal data belonging to an EU citizen there are several measures that you’ll need to put in place to ensure that their data is protected to a level deemed safe under the new legislation.

First and foremost, being aware of GDPR and what it means is the most important step a tour operator can take in the lead up to May 25th. Once you and your business partners understand the changes you can then adapt your business operations in a more confident and meaningful way.

We have updated our terms & conditions.

On May 25, 2018 the EU’s GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation)comes into force. We have updated our terms & conditions to comply with the new data protection law. Please read and accept the updated terms & conditions once you have logged into the portal. Failure to accept will disable your access to the portal.

Please get in touch with your representative if you have any questions, we’re always happy to help and ensure that you get excellent service from us.

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