23rd of March 2017, Stockholm International Fairs, Stockholm
Data Innovation Summit
Innovate through your data
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Speakers are what makes events stand out. Data Innovation Summit is bringing the most innovative minds, practitioners, experts and thinkers on three stages to inspire and present to the delegates new innovative ways to work and innovate through their data.

Meet our 2017 Speakers

Henrik Göthberg
Director Group Financial Systems


Muthu S.
Program Manager ,Data Science and Analytics

Tesla Motors

Giovanni Leoni
Business Analytics Change Leader


Andrea Burbank
Data Scientist


Carl Svärd
Data Scientist

Schibsted Media Group

Federico Rosenhain
Chief Data Officer

Banco Hipotecario

Johan Magnusson
Johan Magnusson
PhD, Associate Professor

University of Gothenburg

Toni Jarimo
Toni Jarimo
Director, Marketing and Web Analytics


Alejandra Neyra
Alejandra Neyra
Data Analyst / CRM Manager

Council of International Schools

Ruth Sommar
Ruth Sommar
IIW Model Manager


Serge de Gheldere
Serge de Gheldere


Wilhelm Landerholm
Wilhelm Landerholm
Numerati/Data Scientist

Queue AB

Jorge Davila­ Chacon
Jorge Davila­ Chacon
Data Scientist

Collect AI GmbH

Lars Albertsson
Lars Albertsson
Founder & Data Engineer


Luke Whelan
Luke Whelan
Business Analytics Lead


Luke Whelan
Dr. Kashif Rasul
Data Scientist

Zalando SE

Morten Bunes Gustavsen
Morten Bunes Gustavsen
Head of Quantitative Strategies

DNB Asset Management

Karsten Fyhn
Karsten Fyhn
Advisory Key Expert in Data Science

Siemens Wind Power A/S

Mikhail Zhilkin
Mikhail Zhilkin
Senior Data Scientist


Mina Bostrom Nakicenovic
Mina Boström Nakicenovic
Development Manager

FIS Front Arena

Magnus Eriksson
Magnus Eriksson
Data Scientist

Paradox Interactive

Erik Dahlberg
Erik Dahlberg
Senior Data Scientist


Anwar Sulaiman
Anwar Sulaiman
Data Governance Officer


Henrik Falldin
Henrik Fälldin
Data Analytics Specialist, Digital Engineering

Skanska UK

Shirish Tatikonda
Shirish Tatikonda
Principal Data Engineer

Target Corporation

Markus Ritkola
Markus Rytkölä
Senior Director PreSales


Martin Hehrne
Martin Hehrne
Measurement Lead


Jonne Heikkinen
Jonne Heikkinen
Data Science Manager


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Bringing the DATA world to SWEDEN

It is such a pleasure to see that Data Innovation is becoming a topic of discussion in many organisations and that the interest for the event is getting higher. The 2016 edition of the event was fantastic but now it is time to take it to next level. Our aspiration is to make the summit one of the leading events on this topic globally, and a natural place where new ideas and technology will be presented. The recent interest from international practitioners and technology providers makes us confident that we are on the right track.

For the 2017 edition of the summit we are increasing the investment in the event and bringing some new amazing presenters, technology providers and several new features. We are moving the event to a new and spectacular venue and increasing the number of tracks and presentations while providing more time for organic networking and in-depth discussion. The new event app will enable more informative and digital experience and maximize the engagement before and during the event. As in the 2016 edition of the event we will continue with the short 15 min presentation, something that we see now it has been widely adopted by our peers as a new standard for a presentation duration and time management. We are also bringing a new exciting and transparent way to experience the potential of the technology and services presented by the exhibitors on-site.

In terms of content the 2016 edition lays down the foundation for data-driven innovation. It brought light to the macro drivers, the challenges, the implications and the solutions. The 2017 edition will bring more practical case studies on “how” and real examples of putting data innovation into practice. There will be three stages.The Innovation Stage will focus on clear examples of Data Innovation and its impact to the business or society, the Analytics Stage will focus on practical case studies on implementation of analytics and data science capabilities and technology in an organization, and the Data Management stage will focus on Data Management as a foundation for data innovation.

It gives me a great pleasure to welcome you all to the 2017 edition of Data Innovation Summit. It is going to be bigger, more educational, more practical, more exciting and more engaging.

Join us. We have a lot to discuss.

PS: As we are now working on the speaker and partner list, if you are working on a data-driven project or technology that will change the way how organisations approach business and decision making, contact us, we would love to hear about it.


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About the venue - Stockholm International Fairs

Stockholmsmässan (Stockholm International Fairs) is the largest meeting place in Scandinavia hosting around 70 leading exhibitions and hundreds of national and international congresses, conferences and corporate events every year.
Both buses and commuter trains stop at Älvsjö Station, which is right next to Stockholmsmässan. The journey by commuter train from Stockholm Central Station to Stockholmsmässan takes just ten minutes. Fast and environmentally friendly, now that’s an unbeatable combination.

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"The Solitude of the Data Team Manager" by Florian Douetteau, Dataiku
Voyage Prive and Dataiku: Smart User Segmentation for Targeted Recommendations
The 3 Key Barriers Keeping Companies from Deploying Data Products
Interview with Julian Scholz, Exasol
Why should all businesses explore Data Driven Innovation?
How to start and embed analytics in your company DNA
Advanced data techniques, data discovery & real-time data applications
Challenges and Benefits of Data Visualization & Data Governance
Data Science and Analytics in Industry - Interview with Diego Galar
The era of cognitive business - Interview with Torben Noer from IBM
The emerging discipline of Data Science
The importance of Governing BI and Analytics - Interview with James Richardson
Data Monetization Strategies - Interview with Rado Kotorov
Prescriptive Analytics & ITL Processing - Interview with Ashwin Desikan
Prerequisites for Data Innovation - Interview with Johan Magnusson
Driving value from data - Interview with Katarina Hansson
Data driven tools & insights in the disruptive television business
A Data Scientist perspective on disruptive television business
Data & analytics as drivers for business development & innovation
Big data & analytics = big problems?
Modern on-premise and cloud based data centers
The business value of Apache Hadoop
Customer Analytics Innovation: reimagining customer journey
The Secret Weapon of Digital Advertisers
An introduction to Data Warehouse Automation
Interview with Magnus Carlsson, Acando Sweden
IInterview with Jonas Karlsson, Idevio
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