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Sydney: Business of Data

Tue 30 Apr 2019, 6pm - 7:45pm TYPE - Networking

Event details

When

Tue 30 Apr 2019, 6pm - 7:45pm

Where

Establishment Ballroom, Level 2, 252 George Street, Sydney

Cost

​Free

Please note – there is a wait-list for this event. 

The Business of Data is a networking and lifelong learning event for alumni that brings together scholars and practitioners to discuss how data is transforming business and society.

The growing proliferation of data has had a significant impact on how organisations complete business processes and interact with stakeholders. The Business of Data panel consists of industry experts and thought-leaders from diverse backgrounds. The panel will explore emerging issues around data privacy, literacy and monetisation from a global perspective. Together they will explore emerging issues around data privacy, literacy and monetisation from a global perspective. The panel will also examine the possibilities and limitations of data in an organisation.

Given the growth in the volume of data being used and processed in the last decade, this event will be a must-attend for alumni seeking insights on the impact of data in an era of digital disruption, as well as those interested in digital transformation more generally.

Moderator:

Professor Lemuria Carter, Head of School, Information Systems & Technology Management, UNSW Business School

Panellists:

Anastasia Cammaroto, MEngSc 1998 UNSW, BE 1995 UNSW, General Manager, Business Integration and Chief Information Officer, Consumer Bank at Westpac Group

Nicolas Chu, MBA (Exec) 2012 UNSW, CEO & Founder of Sinorbis and Professor of Practice, School of Marketing, School of Information Systems & Technology Management and the AGSM, UNSW Business School.

Hilda Clune, Technology and Transformation Leader, PwC Global

Peter Leonard, Principal at Data Synergies, Professor of Practice, School of Information Systems & Technology Management, School of Taxation & Business Law at UNSW Business School

The event is in two parts:

  • Registration and networking from 6.00pm to 6.45pm
  • Panel discussion from 6.45pm – 7:45pm
Light refreshments will be provided.

Register now to guarantee your place. We look forward to seeing you.