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Marketing refers to any actions a company enacts to attract an audience to the company’s product or services through high-quality message delivery conducted in different ways. Marketing aims to deliver standalone value for prospects and consumers through content, with the long-term goal of demonstrating product value, strengthening brand loyalty, and ultimately increasing sales.

Segmentation of

It is now heard from everywhere about Diia.City. Some support and have already entered the new regime, while others criticize it and fear gig contracts. Is there anything to fear, and what pitfalls can gig-contract hide in it? Let’s understand together in this article.
Let’s start from the beginning
On August 14, 2021, the

Australia is a great country to work with, as it is highly digitalized, developed, and English-speaking. Thus, selling services to or establishing a company is a good jurisdiction. With this regard, it is essential to know about the privacy legislation of this country since, nowadays, most internet businesses process the personal data of their clients,

A data protection officer (DPO) is a specialist who helps companies ensure compliance with international data protection laws. Such a specialist can be a member of the team or an external DPO and perform tasks based on a service contract.
A DPO can assist companies with setting up all processes related to personal

Facebook and Instagram display personalized advertisements based on your actions and preferences, similar to other websites you visit. This has become an integral part of our lives. However, have you ever considered the power of the technologies that enable ad targeting and the legal requirements behind them?
If you are planning to start your own

Failure to comply can result in a significant fine imposed by the Supervisory Authority. For example, in 2020, the Data Protection Authority of Hamburg imposed a 35.3 million euro fine on H&M for violation of Articles 5 and 6 of the GDPR. In particular, specific details about the lives of some employees of H&M (illnesses,