The Big Data Conference

Big data has proven to be a powerful tool, opening new business opportunities and transforming the way companies connect with consumers. Businesses are being disrupted through innovations such as chatbots, personal assistants, autonomous vehicles, smart homes, and smart cities.

This year’s Big Data Conference will focus on innovation, showcasing insights from some of the most influential business leaders currently driving their industries forward. With the rise of new experiences such as VR and AR, new platforms for data storage, analysis, and security, data-driven business initiatives are transforming entertainment, media, health care, energy, financial services, retail, and agriculture industries.

Organized by the Easton Center and the Center for MEMES at the UCLA Anderson School of Management, the conference provides a unique blend of business cases with best practices and innovation in business, technology, and media.

2016 Highlights


"I was really impressed by the quality of the speakers and the thought that went into discussions."
--Jason Lee, Principal, Bain & Co.

"I have been to many conferences and networking events - this was superior, the information and guest speakers were awesome!"
-- Sherri Freeman, Business Development Manager, Edge Skills

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Big Data Conference: Value is derived when data is turned into insights, then translated action
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Who should attend

This conference is for technologists, managers, directors, executives, entrepreneurs who are either providing technology solutions for their organization or using data analytics to make business decisions across all functional areas.

Click here to learn more about last year's Big Data Conference.


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Easton Technology Management center           Center for Media Entertainment and Sports

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Easton Technology Management center Center for Media Entertainment and Sports