Big data & sport
By Gemma Morris
18th April 2018

Every quarter we produce an e-magazine looking at issues and topics facing the data industry. Some of our previous editions have looked at topics including GDPR, Blockchain and real-time analytics.

We are now into the second quarter of 2018 and are looking for guest writers for our next issue. As the World Cup is on its way, in this edition we will be taking a look at big data in sport.

We are always looking for a range of guest writers and experts to cover a range of topics. Are you:

  • A data analyst working for a sports team?
  • Using predictive analytics in sport?
  • Using data to improve the performance of a sports team?
  • An expert in all things data and sport?

If you are interested in writing for this edition of Information Matters please email gemma.morris@kdrrecruitment.com or leave a comment below and I will be in touch.

What topics would you like to see us cover in the future? Let us know in the comments below

KDR Recruitment is the home of the best Information Management and Data Analytics jobs. For more big data news and views check out the KDR blog or follow KDR on LinkedIn.

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