The Croatian Chamber of Commerce, in cooperation with the Personal Data Protection Agency (AZOP) and other partners, organizes a cycle of trainings to support companies in the tourism sector in the process of complying with the requirements of the Personal Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).Trainings will be held in the following cities:Pula, Thursday, March 22, at 13 p.m. in the Great Hall of the County Chamber in Pula (Carrarina 5),Rijeka, Friday, March 23, at 10 p.m. in the Rijeka County Chamber, at the address Bulevar oslobođenja 23 (large hall on the ground floor),Šibenik, on Wednesday, March 28, at 10 am in the City Library of Juraj Šižgorić, at the address Poljana 6,Split, on Tuesday, March 27, at 10 p.m. in the Split County Chamber, at the address Obala Ante Trumbića 4Zadar, date, program and applications available soon HERE. Contact: Maša Jurin [email protected], 023 / 643-194Dubrovnik, date, program and applications available soon HERE. Contact: Nikolina Trojić [email protected], 020 / 312-093From the Croatian Chamber of Commerce point out that all interested tourist companies applications We online form or to the contact mail, because applications will be accepted in the order of receipt, ie until the capacity of the hall is filled (one participant per company).
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