Big data goes global: November 18-22, 2013

In the age of Big Data, data science has become one of the most wellknown and respected disciplines. Join the Big Data Festival from November 18 to 22 and celebrate the impact of Big Data with the diverse, dynamic and ever growing data community

London, UK, September 25, 2013 -- There’s no doubt that Big Data is transforming society, stealing headlines daily across the world. Regardless of industries or disciplines, organizations are reaping the benefits of Big Data technology. The Big Data Festival is a global celebration of crowd-sourced events for the data community, celebrating the impact and application of data on both business and society and allowing Big Data practitioners to share their challenges and experiences.

The Festival combines a collection of worldwide meetups, webinars, hackathons and networking events, as well as the Big Data Summit and Official Exhibition taking place in London on November 21, with the world’s leading technology, hardware, software, solution and service providers in attendance.

Designed to unite the data science community, there are countless number of ways to take part in the festival, regardless of skill set. Whether you wish to take part as a city partner, sponsor, speaker, participant or volunteer the opportunities are endless; all that is required is a passion for data science as Big Data transcends cultural, geographical and experiential boundaries.

“Big Data is no longer just the concern of the data science team,” said Krysha Shahi, Event Director at Big Data Festival. “Big Data has become one of the most lucrative aspects of modern business and this Festival is the perfect opportunity to learn, share and connect with like minded individuals from a global standpoint.”

Event registration closes on November 8. Check

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