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Episode 31

Mate Prgin: Is your ecommerce store compliant with global data privacy laws?

Today’s guest Mate Prgin, CEO of the Waterloo based data security solution, specializes in helping brands of all sizes ensure they are up-to-speed on everything from handling sensitive customer data to being compliant with global privacy laws. This episode is an absolute must-listen for anyone selling online. Learn everything you need to know to avoid the costly penalties of non-compliance while offering your international customer base the best buying experience.

May 11, 2022

When you start an ecommerce store, you’re global from day one. That means that even if you are based in Toronto, you may have customers in the United States, Europe, or anywhere in the world. For this reason ecommerce merchants need to ask themselves if they are compliant with global data and privacy guidelines. That’s where Enzuzo comes in.

"When you start an ecommerce store, you’re global from day one."

- Mate Prgin, CEO Enzuzo

Some topics we discuss are:

  • Zero-party data and the impact on merchants.
  • If you were starting a new DTC brand, what would you do pre-launch to make sure that your privacy policy and practices were in order?
  • What should eCommerce store owners be thinking about in terms of GDPR/CCPA and new privacy laws coming?
  • What are the consequences of getting data privacy "wrong"?
  • What are the mot common mistakes merchants are making when it comes to privacy and compliance?
About the guest
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Mate Prgin

CEO, Enzuzo

Mate is the founder and CEO of Enzuzo, and a serial entrepreneur. Previously Mate was CEO and founder of Avvasi, a big data analytics company, that was bought by NetScount (NTCT), and prior to that Mate was CEO of VideoLocus, a video streaming technology company that was bought by LSI (now BRCM). Mate has a bachelor degree in Systems Design Engineering from the University of Waterloo, and an MBA for Richard Ivy school of business.