The 2019 CDO Agenda gives you detail and insight into the biggest straetgic challenges that will be discussed at the Exchange by an expert speaker panel through real-life practical case studies, roundtable and panel discussions and exclusive Think Tanks.
Download the 2019 agenda for the Chief Data Officer Exchange to find out more about the interactive Roundtables, Think Tanks and plenary sessions that will be taking place.
The CDO Exchange FS 2018 was our biggest event yet in the series. Download the Post-Event Report for an insight into what happened over the 2 days including the senior level data experts who attended, the key takeaways, sessions highlights and much more!
Find out about how the Exchange format works, the executives and industries in attendance and how you can benefit from:
- A personalised itinerary
- One-on-one business meetings
- Interactive debate opportunities
- Cost and time efficiency out of the office
The Solution Provider Information Pack gives you detail and insight into the business development opportunities available at the Cheif Data Officer Exchange. Allowing you to visualise how your company can benefit from attending the event, meeting with the senior attendees and, perhaps most importantly, discover how the Exchange model can ensure you are securing the right business, at the right time.
To discover what the key data industry players are planning over the short to mid-term, we have compiled the findings from our latest survey conducted with the attendees of our upcoming strategic meeting, the Chief Data Officer Exchange. The following analysis provides insights into the top challenges faced by the industry, the market outlook going in to 2017 and investment priorities for some of the biggest companies operating in the industry.
Download the 2017 Post Event Report to find out who attended the 2017 Exchange, what the top projects for delegates were, session highlights, investment priorites and more!
if you are interested in joining the 2018 Exchange, get in touch now on firstname.lastname@example.org or +44 (0) 20 7368 9484
This Data @Work eBook looks at the top trends predicted to effect data leaders in 2017, including: artificial intelligence, data monetization, speed of data capture and much more. Not only this, but this eBook also gives you the challenges these trends will pose and the solutions to overcome them.
Solutions include those offered by Simon Gratton, former Chief Data Officer at Zurich Insurance and data experts from Cognizant, Hortonworks, Neopost, Lloyds Banking Group and more! Download the report now.
Lebara, Southern Water and Royal Mail have taken part in research into the top trends, challenges and solutions for data professionals for 2018 and beyond!
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This research was created ahead of the CDO Exchange which is taking place 13-14 March 2018, London. If you’d like to address trends around data governance, AI and machine learning, data culture and more in greater detail with the CDOs in this report, please request an invitation by emailing email@example.com or calling +44 (0)207 368 9484.
The Spotlight On Data Shines Brighter
“Data only services an organisation in making and validating decisions if it can be trusted. Companies that embrace data governance now - and it part of business as usual - will win the data game in years to come.” Felix van de Maele, CEO, Collibra.
What’s coming in the world of data? Read the Collibra e-book to reveal:
- Why customers are becoming more aware of the data you have about them – and what you need to do about it
- What will cause organizational deficiencies to pop up – and how governance can help you mitigate the risks
The Collibra platform is built to be flexible, transparent and human. We have replaced rigid rules with open collaboration, giving you the ability to and, trust and understand your data in a way that is second nature. We believe that making all organisational data discoverable, understandable and trustworthy for every data citizen just makes sense. After all, it’s your data.
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Download the Post-Event Report for the 2016 Chief Data Officer Exchange to discover key attendance stats, details on where data strategy and governance leaders are investing and industry insights and sessions from Sky, Net-A-Porter, Barclays, Zurich and more. Plus find out about the opportunities for data leaders and innovative solution providers to get involved in the 2017 Exchange in March.