Adella Pasos Reveals How To Create A Successful Marketing Compliance Program

Being a reputed business expert which copious amounts of experience in this field, she reveals her top tips for creating a successful marketing compliance program along with a video on her business videos YouTube page

 

When it comes to any business, brand strategy, email marketing, or more - all business leaders need to ensure that they have a game plan in place to set up a successful marketing compliance program. For those who are new in this field, they can get a head start by watching successful business expert Adella Pasos’ video on the four things that are needed for creating a compliance program that’s fool-proof and ready for success.

 

She touches various topics like CCPA, FCPA, GDPR, CAN-SPAM, and explains the nuances of all these and how they differ from each other. Along with this, she also explains how important it is to review existing policies like that of data privacy regulations, data protection, conducting an audit, developing a training program, and a lot more. This video is a manifesto for those who want to get all the necessary information around marketing compliance right.

 

Adella Posos has worked with startups, small businesses, Fortune 500 Corporations, and entertainment talents that recognize the value of marketing. She gives her clients the ability to access their niche market via online, social media, mobile, merchandising, and events.

 

To watch her detailed video on marketing compliance, please visit

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