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Data Governance Conference Europe The call for speakers has now been issued with an extended deadline of 30 November to submit. Proposals are now being accepted from potential speakers. We are looking for speakers who can provide information, insights and experiences on topics related to MDM.
Do you have a subject you wish to discuss with an informed audience made up of your peer group? Is there a member of your team who has some interesting experiences to share?
Could you or anyone in your team offer a presentation that would provide an interesting contribution to the conference? If so, we invite you to submit a presentation proposal. Click here for guidelines and to apply online.
Selected speakers will be entitled to attend the first three days of the event free of charge if there are two speakers on the session then the second speaker would have to pay a highly reduced registration fee.
One event, in one to four days, gives you the unique opportunity to leverage the powerful combination of MDM and Data Governance to deliver optimal business outcomes through trusted information. Delegates can attend sessions from both conferences. The co-located conferences are neither analyst led nor vendor led.
Choose from over 40 case studies and take an inside look at the successes and challenges behind real-world Data Governance and MDM implementations.
Choose from an unparalleled range of workshops on specific topics to get you quickly up to speed or fine tune your performance. Choose from introductory or advanced levels. There will be three full day post conference workshops.
The conferences provide an excellent mix of theory, visions and practical implementations. The conference attracted delegates from 33 countries. Testimonials "Best conference I have attended so far.
Convinced that it gave great return on investment. These re-inforced that I am focussing on the correct areas within my organisation and offered insight and experience into approaches I should follow.
Learnt so much and it's good to get some straight talking. I was pleased that the conference was pitched at a level that suited both. Will go back filled with great ideas.
Where to start though?! Most useful thing is hearing how people have overcome these. Great mixture of presentations. Impressed by speakers and breadth of coverage.
More of the same next year please. A mountain of good information in a fun way.
Fantastic to network and connect with other DG people and vendors. Extremely well-organised, always on time, highly professional" Albert Venter Head Data Strategy, Standard Bank of South Africa "Very well-organised, good variety of talks, engaging presenters.
It was useful to get some good insights into where the potential pitfalls are. Let's have more like this please!Master in European Integration and Development European Politics and Social Integration The purpose of this one year Master program is to offer students an education of the highest academic standards on the European unification process.
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