The European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which is coming into force this May, aims to update how personal data for all individuals within the EUis handled and shared. It has a broader scope than the law it replaces, so any company handling EU data must pay close attention to this shift.

As Kasey Chappelle, global privacy officer and director of commercial compliance at American Express Global Business Travel, explained recently to the Business Travel News (BTN), it would be a smart move for companies to treat GDPR compliance as an opportunity rather than a risk.

To learn more about what kind of ripple effects GDRP will have on the corporate travel industry and how travel managers can prepare, click here to read the full BTN article.