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FUTUREDATA 2017: THE NEXT BIG EVENT BY THE ORGANISERS OF CEBIT AUSTRALIA

FutureData 2017 will focus on innovative approaches to big data and analytics, information management and how to make the most of data insights as new and exciting technologies emerge.

The event will bring together 200 attendees to help them formulate new approaches to managing, analysing, and acting on data insight…. Now and in the future. It will take place at Doltone House, Darling Island Wharf in Sydney, 17-19 October 2017.

The team at FutureData, who is also responsible for organising Australia’s largest business technology event CeBIT Australia, have put together a very compelling program and an impressive speaker line-up.

Some speakers include:

-    Pete Williams, former Head of Enterprise Analytics at Marks and Spencer (UK)

-    Simone Roberts, Head of Data and Analytics Hub, Foxtel

-    Reza Chady, Head of Innovation Lab and Data, NASDAQ

-    Wendy Glasgow, Head of Data Consulting, Google

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