As we approach the advent of the GDPR, savvy businesses should view it as a chance to reevaluate their attitudes and practices around customer data. And since there’s a high likelihood that the GDPR will affect most firms, why not play it safe and shoot from the outset?
Taking your business global is filled with complexity. The challenges complying with tax and privacy laws multiply with each new market you enter. Recently, cleverbrige Co-Founder Craig Vodnik sat down with Technori's Scott Kitun to discuss when and how companies should address their global tax and privacy compliance.
Figuring out whether the product or service you sell is taxable is one thing. Determining rates is another, and your obligations change according to the location of both your business and your buyers. To complicate things even more, the rules change frequently and repercussions for violating the rules can be swift and severe.
There are many frameworks that governments and industry groups have created to assist businesses with this complex task. The main ones we discuss in this article are PCI DSS, ISO and GDPR.
Knowing how to protect your business will ensure that your efforts at improving your market share in key target markets will lead to more subscribers, more recurring revenue and greater customer lifetime value.
Reporting on the European Commission's proposals for cleaning up cross-border online commerce. Though their changes are not yet implemented, it's clear simplifying EU contract rules and making consumer protection universal would go a long way to unleashing EU online cross-border commerce.
The Affiliate Marketer’s Guide to CAN-SPAM Compliance is an infographic to guide you through the complexities of CAN-SPAM's rules of engagement.
Running a subscription business means building long-term customer relationships and cultivating recurring revenue streams. This means managing customer data, including payment data, My Account preferences and more. Employing complex billing...
You don't need a supreme court ruling to maintain subscription compliance. All you need is to put yourself in your customers' shoes.