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Australian Data Summit 2018

EVENT   |   19th November, 2018 | Jaclyn-Mae Floro

Facebook scandal. Cambridge Analytica scandal. Establishment of Europe’s General Data Protection Regulation and Australia’s Consumer Data Right. Because of all these, organisations are forced to enable data transparency  and reassess their approach to data management.

This November, Akolade’s AUSTRALIAN DATA SUMMIT will bring together both the public and private sector for an exploration of how organisations can optimize data management, organizational capability and data security to gain a competitive edge.

Akolade is a team of experienced experts on diverse matters who conducts extensive research and, together with the best organisations in different industries, put together significant and memorable events, conferences, trainings and seminars.

Akolade will bring the Australian Data Summit to Sydney on 19-21 November 2018 featuring data and analytics experts to discuss how to leverage data and optimize business value.


When: 19-21 November 2018

Where: Novotel Sydney Central, 169-179 Thomas St, SYDNEY NSW 2000


  • David Bloch, General Manager, Advanced Analytics – Fonterra (New Zealand)
  • Prateek Jain, Head of Technology/SVP Technology – eHarmony (USA)
  • Ian Opperman, CEO/NSW Chief Data Science – NSW Data Analytics Centre
  • Pooyan Asgari, Chief Data Officer – Domain Group
  • Asaf Ahmad, Chief Information Security Officer – Fire and Rescue NSW

Some highlights:

  • Increasing organizational capability to handle big data
  • Developing a comprehensive data security strage
  • Gaining a competitive edge through strategic data management
  • Networking and Panel Discussions
  • Case Studies and Workshops


Jaclyn-Mae Floro, BCompSc

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