The future of AI in marketing
May 23rd, 2019
2016 is set to be a big year for Information Management and Data Analytics. With the invention of new devices to keep us all connected and more data being produced, there is plenty of new and exciting things to find out. And what better way to stay up to date than with industry events and conferences?
Each month we’ll be listing some Information Management, Business Intelligence, IoT and Big Data events and conferences you won’t want to miss!
7th – 11th March 2016
Aimed at software developers this conferences has over 136 speakers discussing anything from Java to architecture. During the conference they also run workshops, available to those who want to refresh and improve their skills.
Can’t make it? Follow #qconlondon to find out what is happening.
9th – 10th March 2016
San Francisco, USA
This conference brings together the world’s leading companies that are using data to improve their business. The conference will include interviews with thought leaders, data decision-makers and researchers bringing new technologies into the world.
Can’t make it? Follow #structuredata on the day to keep up with the latest news.
9th – 10th March 2016
One of the top 3 IoT events in the world, Internet of Things Forum brings ‘Corporates, Entrepreneurs and Investors’ together to find out how IoT is already affecting business and how it can be used in the future to bring commercial success.
Can’t make it? Follow Internet of Things Forum on Twitter.
22nd March 2016
This event includes talks and interviews with plenty of thought leaders in the world of IoT. This conference is aimed at those in business who want to capitalise and learn how to leverage the Internet of Things.
Can’t make it? Follow #IoTUSummit to keep an eye out for all the latest from this event.
14th – 16th March 2016
Keep an eye out on Gartner’s twitter to find out the hashtag for the day.
14th – 17th March 2016
Follow #IoTcon to keep up to date with all the latest news from the conference.
23rd – 24th March 2016
Keep an eye out on IoT World Paris’s Twitter to follow updates on the day.
Are you attending any events or conferences this year? We’d love to hear from you, comment below with your recommendations.