Analytics Engines to present Big Data Belfast conference this October

  • The popular Big Data Belfast conference is back again for another year, kicking off on Thursday 24th October 2019. Early Bird tickets are now available.

    Big Data Belfast made a real splash last year in the Northern Ireland tech community with its unique mix of educational talks and practical content complementing the conference's corporate showcases. The conference acts as a key meeting point throughout the year for the industry, providing a concise overview of everything that's going on in the local data and analytics industry.

    The conference will return again this year on Thursday 24th October 2019 in the ICC Belfast conference centre, presented by local data experts Analytics Engines and promoted by headline sponsor Ernst & Young (EY) and other major players in the NI tech scene such as Dell, Allstate, SmashFly, spotX, and Altra Executives.

    Early Bird tickets are now available for the conference from £107 each. The conference will include a range of workshops and talks from sponsors and other contributors, and will touch on a range of topics from Digital Transformation and Business Analytics to Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, and the local FinTech sector.

    Analytics Engines MD Dr Aislinn Rice commented: "At Big Data Belfast 2019, we aim to build upon the success of last year’s event and provide a platform to educate, inform and inspire. With a strong focus on both the technical aspect of data and the business use cases that have driven the latest data innovations, the event will appeal across industry and the public sector."

    Source: Written based on press release

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