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Business data experts reach out to local businesses struggling to stay GDPR compliant

Although the GDPR regulations came into force exactly twelve months ago, many smaller businesses in the Aylesbury area are still struggling to adhere to their responsibilities under the new legislation and are leaving themselves at risk of falling on the wrong side of the law warns a local data expert.

The General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) give individuals clearly defined rights on how their personal data is collected, stored and used, but the new laws are causing operational challenges for some smaller businesses who are struggling to put in place and maintain the right processes to uphold those rights.

Data insights consultancy AM 18 is offering businesses in Aylesbury and surrounding areas assistance to adapt to the regulations should they be struggling to remain compliant.

Failure to comply with the GDPR can result in hefty fines and legal action, so the AM 18 team is urging businesses in the area to get in touch for a free consultation on how they can catch up with their competitors and ensure that any data they collect, use and store is done so within the new framework.

As leaders in data, AM 18 has assisted companies to become compliant with the GDPR regulations and wants to help local businesses avoid any legal pitfalls that they may not be aware of or are unsure of how to approach when it comes to their consumer, stakeholder and employee data.

Using their skills in data management and analysis, AM 18 can help provide expert advice on how to amend current practices and processes to keep them in line with the GDPR regulations and safeguard businesses from the risk of high fines and legal action.

Managing Director Amar Majhu said “Here at AM 18, we understand that many smaller businesses have been struggling to keep up with legislative changes bought about with the introduction of the GDPR last year.

“To help support them, we are offering a free consultation to take place at their premises where we will help them to identify and areas of non-compliance and discuss process changes to help them adhere to the regulations in ways that fit in with their current operations.”

To find out more about the range of consultancy and business reporting services available from AM 18, or to book a free GDPR compliance consultation, visit 


AM 18 specialise in Excel training, data analysis and business reporting consultancy services.

Through analysis and automation, AM 18 work together with businesses throughout the UK to identify gaps in their current data, improve productivity, nurture growth and increase customer satisfaction.

Specialising in airline, hospitality, retail and any industry where exemplary customer service is the expectation, AM 18 is able to help untangle, analyse and optimise data in order to allow their clients to make informed business decisions.

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