Contractual relationship between Chamber and Member on CONNECTS
TIAO has licensed the use of CONNECTS to the Chamber in order for them to be able to provide their Members access to CONNECTS
Contains full information about how Member Personal Data is collected and processed by their Chambers and/or TIAO
The Chamber which provides its Members with the license to use CONNECTS is considered the Member’s Data Controller and TIAO is considered the Data Processor
To comply with GDPR legislation each Chamber has a Data Processing Agreement (DPA) with TIAO.
How can we prevent ‘abuse of power’ by CONNECTS / TIAO when we as chambers have worked together with TIAO to scale up the CONNECTS platform? Who will prevent TIAO from getting rid of chambers when they no longer need them?
Trust, local knowledge, and support are the key differentiating features of the CONNECTS platform versus any other B2B matchmaking platform. These features are provided by chambers, now and in the future. It would be commercial suicide for TIAO/CONNECTS to remove the very element that has allowed the platform to succeed where other platforms fail.
TIAO has a policy on governance that is designed to give participating chambers influence in CONNECTS strategy, policies, and operation.