September 11th & 12th, Olympia, London

The UK's Premier Summit for Data Scientists and Data Professionals

 
 
 
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ABOUT

The Leading Event for the 'Sexiest Job of the 21st Century'

The advance of data science is showing no signs of slowing. If companies sit out the early days of the trend they risk falling behind competitors who will gain an unstoppable advantage. Data Science has been described as an epic wave gathering now, starting to crest. If you want to catch it you need people who can surf. 

 
 

INCREDIBLE Portfolio of previous 

Sponsors,
Exhibitors & Speakers

 
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What's on?

Content, Entertainment and Networking

The Data Science Summit 2018 is the UK's leading show for Data Scientists. Join us and take part in advanced conference and workshop sessions, extensive networking opportunities aimed at collaboration and knowledge sharing, one-to-one meetings, entertainment, and the world's first-ever Data Science River Boat Networking Party.

 
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CONFERENCE SESSIONS

Featuring 100+ high-level and international conference speakers giving a wide-range of  presentations, panel discussions, case studies, briefing sessions and training workshops

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EXHIBITION

Engage with the industry’s leading leading data solution providers, driving innovation in product development

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WOMEN IN TECH

Join us to meet and network with the industry’s leading women for a morning of networking, education and fun.

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TECH AFTER DARK

When the business day comes to an end, the Data Science Summit  really gets started. 

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RIVER BOAT NETWORKING PARTY

Join us on the evening before the Data Science Summit takes place for a River Boat Networking Cruise on the Thames. Enjoy fine food, drink, networking and live music as the boat takes in the sights of London along the Thames. A networking evening not to be missed!

 
 
Data Scientists have to connect with communities of practice, either within large firms or externally. New conferences and informal associations are springing up to support collaboration and technology sharing, and companies should encourage scientists to become involved in them with the understanding that more water in the harbour floats all boats.
— HARVARD BUSINESS REVIEW
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Location

Olympia, London

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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