Global business schools event: Big Data & Analytics


Date and Time
Thursday, August 6, 2015
6:00pm— 8:30pm
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Location
RACV City Club

Melbourne - Thurs 6th August 

 

The London Business School Melbourne Alumni Club warmly invites you to our upcoming panel event, Big Data & Analytics Expert Forum, presented in association with the Melbourne alumni clubs of leading global business schools:
  - The Wharton School 
  - Harvard Business School
  - Columbia Business School
  - Stanford Graduate School of Business
  - Kellogg School of Management
  - INSEAD
  - IMD
 
Join us for an insightful night of discussion on the topics of Big Data & Analytics with some of Australia’s foremost experts in the field. Our distinguished panel includes:
  - Mr Ian Bertram – Global Manager of the Analytics and Business Intelligence Research team at Gartner
  - Mr Antony Ugoni – Head of Marketplace Analytics at Seek Limited
  - Mr Andrew Condron – General Manager, Analytics at Telstra
  - Mr Gideon Ratner (Moderator) – Principal at Quantium
 
The panel will discuss the growing importance of Big Data & Analytics in today’s highly competitive environment, explore the role of Senior Management in establishing and governing analytic teams, and share their insights into the unique challenges the field presents.
 
When: 6th August 2015 from 6.00pm till 8.30pm
Where: The venue is courtesy of RACV at RACV City Club, 501 Bourke Street Melbourne
Price: Early bird registration $35 (+ booking fee) per head, or $45 (+ booking fee) once the early bird allocation is sold out. Canapes are included in the entry price and drinks will be available to purchase throughout the evening.
More details and sign-up:  here 
 
Places are strictly limited and available exclusively to alumni from the organising schools and their guests.
Should you have any questions, please feel free to contact us at:  melbourne.alumniclub@london.edu
Best regards, 
London Business School Melbourne Alumni Club

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