In the last few years, organisations have invested a great deal of time and energy in the collection of data. The only question is: how can you get the most out of all that data? This question will be the main focus during the Big Data Expo, which will be held in Jaarbeurs Utrecht on 14 and 15 September 2022. This is the number one big data event in the Benelux. As a professional within this sector, you cannot miss this event. Knowledge, contacts and inspiration; you will find it all at this trade fair.
Because the entire sector is present in Jaarbeurs, it is easy to get in touch with everyone and talk about the latest trends, interesting themes and suitable solutions for the biggest issues. More than 100 exhibitors will present their products and services in the field of collecting, generating, analysing, optimising and/or applying big data at this trade fair.
A wide selection of experts
At the Big Data Expo you will find a very large and varied group of big data organisations and professionals. You will have an easy opportunity to get in touch and exchange views with various experts, including the following:
- Consultancy firms
- Organisations specialised in data analysis
- Data warehousing experts
- Big data search companies
- Privacy & security professionals
- Experts in data infrastructures
- Cloud service specialists
They are happy to share their experiences, ideas, best practices, recommendations and other relevant information with you. This provides you with ready-to-use knowledge that you can immediately apply within your organisation.
An extensive lecture programme
This exhibition also offers an extensive content programme with top speakers from the entire branch. In 8 different rooms and 1 keynote room, inspiring lectures are given by speakers from home and abroad. Below, we highlight some of these lectures.
Tom Houtgraaf (Jumbo-Visma)
Team Jumbo-Visma is one of the most successful ice-skating and cycling teams in the world. They also want to be the best in data and merchandise. What strategy do they use to achieve this? Tom Houtgraaf, Coordinator Digital Marketing, Merchandise & Community, explains this strategy, the business model and potential new business models during his session.
Stefan Leever (Rabobank)
Collecting data is one thing, but how do you implement this in the right way? Rabobank has introduced a special framework that enables all teams within the bank to start collecting and processing data themselves. Stefan Leever, Product Manager Customer Engagement, tells more about this during his presentation and provides tools that are also very useful in your organisation.
Jorden Lentze (Booking.com)
Experimentation is an important part of business, and certainly of working with big data. After all, without testing, you never find out what works. Booking.com carries out various experiments with their apps, with the intention of offering as much added value to the consumer as possible. Why and how, is explained by Product Manager Jorden Lentze. He also shares examples and fascinating anecdotes about previous experiments.
Daniel Gebler (Picnic)
Picnic is a hyper-fast growing start-up that, in a very short time, has become the fastest growing online supermarket in the world. Their growth is largely due to (big) data. During his presentation, CTO Daniel Gebler will explain how Picnic is able to continuously innovate with the help of data and thus continue to stand out in terms of operational excellence.
With an exhibition floor full of various big data organisations and a diverse lecture programme, you can be certain that every theme in the sector will be discussed. From Digital Innovation to Artificial Intelligence and from Business Intelligence to Text Mining; you can explore it all at the Big Data Expo.