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GreenCup and GDPR Compliance in 2018

By now, most people have received a flurry of emails from websites and online subscriptions announcing updates to their Privacy Policy statements. The term GDPR Compliance has probably flashed across your monitor several times as you’ve read through your latest emails.

You may also notice that many websites now provide a toolbar somewhere on the page that allows you to control what information that site can collect and store. Most newsletters, product updates, and other subscription-based emails may send you a separate request for permission to continue as well.

GDPR stands for General Data Protection Regulation and is a set of rules put in place to better protect people from the unauthorized collection and use of their personal data. The new rules make it easier for people to see who has access to the personal data that has been collected by each website they visit, and easier for people to control the access to and retention of their personal data by that website or any of its third-party partners

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5 Reasons why Being an Entrepreneur Kicks Ass

Becoming an entrepreneur is a big decision. But it’s 2015, and life is moving faster than ever thanks to the Internet. With so many tools on the web offering a myriad of ways to execute your vision, why wouldn’t you take the leap? For anyone who’s still undecided about starting their own business, here are five reasons that are sure to convince you.  Read more

Tidbit: Social Media’s Role in Small Business

Social media is VERY important to Small Business, but some Small Business owners just don’t have the time or extra mental space to handle it.  Here are some reasons why you should make time, and how to manage it so you don’t go crazy.

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Why I Rebranded

Green Cup Design was originally founded as Kirin|Design.  I liked the brand, thought its use of the vertical separator in the name clever, and the use of a last name gave it a polished feel.  But it was my last name, and, in truth, the business was all me.  I was the brand, and that can only grow so far. Read more

Why Web Design?

I get asked that question quite often, especially when it becomes apparent that I am self-taught.  Why did I choose to start a business designing websites instead of a career in Anthropology or Non-Profit Administration?  That’s where my background was strongest.   Read more