Business Issues -> Change
Released: 11th March 2014
BIPB, the global business intelligence consultancy, has today announced details of its next popular #drivenbydata Summit, due to take place at Level 39, Canary Wharf, on Wednesday 19th March.
BIPB is a specialist big data and analytics consulting firm with an established global presence. It provides an end-to-end service – from technology selection advisory through to solution retirement and migration – for high profile businesses across a number of vertical sectors.
Hosted by BIPB and founded on the company’s passion for data, the quarterly series of events invites high-profile speakers from the data science community to share their vision and provoke debate on issues concerning big data and analytics. The Summit has previously attracted speakers from Turquoise; the London Stock Exchange Group majority-owned European Multilateral Trading Facility and Deutsche Bank - amongst others. Attendees to the Summit include individuals from eight out the of top ten investment banks who recognise the unique networking opportunity and business benefits available.
March's #drivenbydata Summit will include presentations from Mike Hoskins, CTO of Actian, Julie Meyer MBE, chief executive of Ariadne Capital (and managing partner of Ariadne Capital Entrepreneurs Fund (ACE)) and Nathan Boublil, CEO of Stat-IO. There will also be a dedicated area with BIPB's technology partners on hand to offer advice and guidance to attendees on a variety of business needs.
Charles Radclyffe, CEO at BIPB said: “BIPB is committed to addressing a number of key issues facing the IT industry today - this includes bringing together those professionals who are passionate about big data and analytics but may not have the opportunity to explore this passion with peers in their day jobs.
The Summit is always an invaluable networking opportunity and knowledge centre for both those firmly within the data science community and those on the periphery. We look forward to welcoming our guests and taking part in the usual lively debates.”
Published by: electronicdawn Ltd.