16 June 2017, London, NAA UK

32nd Floor, Tower 42 Old Broad Street London United Kingdom

07:30 am to 09:00 am
Business breakfast 

The Data and Decision Difference 

This event is supported by Qlik 

Join us to hear senior executives in the data and analytics industry present two points of view. First, how are people using data and analytics differently today? What are the changing tools, processes and behaviours which are re-enabling organisations? Secondly – what effect has this had? What are some of the real customer stories where analytics made a significant difference to decisions, service delivery, or the bottom line?

To complement INSEAD’s commitment to Business as a Force for Good, there will also be the opportunity to see several analytics examples for the United Nations, Medair, and various public healthcare organisations where data and analytics has made a profound difference.

David Bolton is Senior Director of Market Development atQlik. David is Qlik’s global expert in government and has spent 20 years working with the public sector and non-profits in information management. His ideas and best practices frequently introduce Qlik’s customers to game-changing solutions.

Simon Blunn is UK Managing Director of Qlik, having held previous senior positions in Cisco and Hewlett Packard. Qlik is a leading global provider of Business Intelligence and Analytics solutions and in 2017 was recognised as one of 2017’s most Innovative Companies by Fast Company.

Gus Machado is Founder and CEO of Data Technology Ltd, a Business Angel and NED for various companies, with 25 years’ experience in driving growth and performance in technology companies, mainly with data and analytics.

Moderator: David Warne (GEMBA 13D) UK Lead for Strategy and Value at Qlik

Tower 42, 32nd Floor, Old Broad Street, London EC2N 1HQ
Nearest Tube: Bank
TIME 07:30 breakfast for 08:00 to 09:00 finish
COST Members £15 Members only
REFRESHMENTS Breakfast buffet

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