Leeds now joins London, Rio de Janeiro, Jakarta, Barcelona and Madrid as a host city for interconnected community events focusing on the social, political, technological impacts of Big Data.
We’re delighted to have been confirmed today as Leeds city sponsor for Big Data Week 2016.
Big Data Week brings together a global community of data scientists, data technologies, data visualisers and data businesses spanning six major commercial, financial, social and technological sectors.
The festival connects a number of global cities through locally hosted meetups, events, networking functions, data visualisation demos, debates, discussion and hackathons. Events are designed to provide a platform to educate, inform and inspire – organised by people who are passionate and knowledgeable about data.
We’ll be running a series of events across the city, from lectures, demonstrations and live data experiments. You’ll be able to find out more about events as tickets are released at http://leeds.bigdataweek.com/
Follow us now on LinkedIn or on Twitter to hear more about event details as they are launched.
We are also issuing an open invitation to other businesses, universities and individuals who would like to be involved in Big Data Week Leeds. Would you like to speak, share data, sponsor or host? We’d love to work with you, and with a full PR and marketing plan behind this, we promise it’s going to be, well, BIG.
Use our contact form to reach out and we will get back to you just as soon as we can.
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