Data events & conferences
By Chris Bongard
31st August 2016

After a long summer you may be feeling it is time to refresh your skills and knowledge, data events and conferences are a great way to do this. While attending events not only are you updating skills, you are keeping up to date with the latest trends and are able to network with those influential players in the industry.

Take a look below for data events and conferences in September

Tech Leaders Summit

15th September 2016

London, UK

Dubbed as the ‘UK’s largest summit for technology leaders’ this one is not to be missed. The one day summit will host 30+ speakers and is predicted to be attended by over 600 tech leaders. The speakers are from top companies, including Bupa, Barclays and Marks and Spencer.

Can’t make it? Follow Information Age to find out what is happening at the event.

IRM Business Analysis Conference Europe 2016

19th – 21st September 2016

London, UK

This conference is for everyone in BA, as IRM state this is the conference for you even if you have just started in BA or have been doing it for years. This conference includes forums to debate and learn from peers, workshops and over 40 sessions.

Can’t make it? Keep an eye on #BA2016 to follow the conference.

Internet of Things World

19th – 20th September 2016

Berlin, Germany

As the ‘must attend IoT event in Europe’ this conference focuses on the industrial IoT scene. The conference brings together more than 1000 industry experts focussing on cloud, robotics, automation and more.

Can’t make it? Follow we.CONECT to keep up with the latest trends over the event.

Strata + Hadoop World

26th – 29th September 2016

New York, USA

As one of the largest conferences of this kind in the world, Strata + Hadoop plays host to a vast number of speakers and discusses everything from data science, machine intelligence and analytics. This year’s speakers come from companies including, Netflix, Microsoft and Cloudera.

Can’t make it? Keep an eye on #StrataHadoop over the 4 days.

Marketing Analytics and Creative Conference

29th September 2016

Cardiff, UK

As the title suggests this conference looks at how you can effectively use analytics, technology and automation in marketing. The conference will also look at how this can be used for creativity and how this is changing the marketing landscape.

Can’t make it? Follow CIM to find out more about the day.

More industry events:

Big Data Innovation

7th – 8th September 2016

Boston, USA

Follow #DataEast16 to keep up to date with the 2 day conference.

Internet of Things Summit

7th – 8th September 2016

Boston, USA

Keep an eye on #IoTEast16 to follow the events of the summit.

Big Data & Analytics Innovation Summit

7th – 8th September 2016

Shanghai, China

Check out #DataAsia to keep up with the latest trends.

Big Data & Analytics Innovation Summit

14th – 15th September

Sydney, Australia

Follow #DataSydney16 to find out what is happening over the 2 days. 

Are you attending any data events or conferences in September? Let us know your picks in the comments below.

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