The Future Impacts of data in business and innovation

Do you want to get the skills to harness the power of data in our modern world?

From financial transactions, to social media, transportation and even scientific discovery; data is becoming increasingly ingrained within our society through the digital economy. Firefighters use historic data on bushfires, temperatures and wind to predict how rises in temperature may affect weather events such as bushfires. Fashion retailers use stock and distribution data to ensure the latest collection hits the rack at the same time in every store. Marketers use customer data to inform brand strategy and create personalised experiences.

Join us for the Future Impacts of Data in Business and Innovation webinar moderated by Chaminda Ranasinghe (Chief Marketing Officer, RMIT) with featuring industry experts such as James Harland (Associate Dean of Student Experience and Professor in Computational Logic at RMIT), Andrew Campbell (Executive Director of the Institute of Data), and Natalie Truong (Chief Marketing Officer, Asia and Partner at Mercer and RMIT almunus).

 

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