The Data Renaissance: A new era of data innovation


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Frobisher Rooms 4-5, The Barbican
Silk Street
London EC2Y 8DS

The data revolution opens up a huge realm of possibilities for businesses, governments and NGOs to work together to tackle key sustainability issues for both the environment and society.

Part of Responsible Business Week 2014, in partnership with Veolia Environnement
Responsible Business Week 2014 planter90% of the world’s data has been produced over the last two years. With more created every second, why aren’t companies using data to its full potential?

Hear from data scientists and pioneering companies who are analysing data to both shape a better future and a more successful business. Find out how the innovative use of data can help tackle some of the toughest social, economic and environmental challenges.

Will this clever use of data transform our lives?

  • Chair – Stuart Coleman, Commercial Director, ODI

  • Olivia Burman, Head of Relationship Management, Transparency Team at Cabinet Office

  • Richard Fiddis, Managing Director, Strategic Markets, Experian

  • Nuria Oliver Ramirez, Scientific Director for Multimedia and Data Mining & User Modeling Research, Telefonica Research

This event is aimed at Director level and Heads of Departments. It will look at different types of data drawing on examples from different sectors 

Responsible Business Week is the largest annual conversation about responsible business.

On 2 April, we will convene innovators from across the world to help foster some extraordinary collaborations and drive a new wave of global innovation. We will be looking at the hottest business models and innovations that are creating new markets, transforming existing ones and encouraging co-creation for the good of people and planet.

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