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By Chris Bongard
25th April 2016

Events and conferences are a great way to stay up to date with the latest news and trends in the data industry. They can allow you to network with likeminded professionals and colleagues, input your opinion and discover new technologies and information.

At KDR we love attending and hearing about data events and conferences, take a look below for some of our favourites in May, and keep an eye out each month as we’ll be listing some of our top Big Data, Information Management, Business Intelligence and Internet of Things events and conferences throughout 2016.

Take a look below for data events and conferences in May:

Impact on Preparation

5th May 2016

London, UK

As part of DataIQ’s Impact Briefing series, the third instalment focuses on the customer and what they expect in terms of data access and validation. The event takes place in the morning with 3 sessions from industry experts.

Can’t make it? Follow #IQImpact on the morning to keep up to date with the event.

Impact on Profiling

10th May 2016

London, UK

The fourth and final part of DataIQ’s Impact Briefing series focuses on using data to profile your customers to gain a better insight not only of the individual but on your market and products. The event is run for several hours in the morning with industry speakers and experts running 3 different sessions.

Can’t make it? Follow #IQImpact on the morning to keep up to date.

Big Data Innovation Summit

10th – 11th May 2016

London, UK

The Big Data Innovation Summit is back in London with an estimated over 15,000 people attending. This conference is based all around how businesses can utilise big data and make better data based decisions. The 2 day event will include presentations, workshops, discussions and more with some leading organisations attending and speaking.

Can’t make it? Follow #DataLondon16 to stay up to date with the latest news and innovations.

Internet of Things Summit

10th – 11th May 2016

London, UK

The IoT Summit in London brings together industry experts, speakers and businesses together with an aim to discuss how to become an interconnected world. The summit will focus on multiple industries and how the Internet of Things can benefit and influence them.

Can’t make it? Follow #IoTLondon16 to keep up to date with the latest from the summit.

IRM UK Data Governance Conference Europe 2016

IRM Master Data Management (MDM) Summit Europe 2016

16th – 19th May 2016

London, UK

As Europe’s only co-located Data Governance and Master Data Management summit this one is not to be missed. Over the 4 days you can hear from over 60 renowned industry experts and learn how to combine Data Governance and MDM to impact your business. You might even see some of the KDR team there.

Can’t make it? Follow #mdmdg16 over the 4 days to find out what is happening at the conference.

Data IQ Summit 2016

26th May 2016

London, UK

This summit focuses on the people, culture and infrastructure needed to create a data driven business, KDR Recruitment’s Mark Dexter will be attending on the day. The summit attracts over 250 professionals, with several industry speakers discussing how to improve the data in your business.

Can’t make it? Follow #IQSummit to keep up to date on the day.

More industry events:

Internet of Things World

10th – 12th May 2016

Santa Clara, Silicon Valley

Keep an eye on #iotworld16 to follow the events over the 3 days.

All Things Data 2016

16th – 17th May 2016

Las Vegas, USA

Follow #atdconf2016 to find out the latest news and trends from the conference. 

Have you already attended any good events this year and are you planning on attending any more in 2016? Let us know in the comments below.

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