NAF-Biz NY: Panel Discussion & Networking Event “Using Your Data: Scale or Fail?”

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Date/Time
Date(s) - 11/29/2016
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Location
Consulate General of the Netherlands

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NAF-Biz New York and
the Consulate General of the Netherlands in New York
cordially invite you to

Panel Discussion & Networking Event
“Using Your Data: Scale or Fail?” 

Tuesday, November 29, 2016
6 – 8 pm

Opening by Consul General Dolph Hogewoning
Attended by group of corporate executives from the Netherlands

NAF-BIZ and the Dutch Consulate General in New York invite you for an evening of discussion around the opportunities and challenges that come with data collection. A panel of data experts will address questions on how data can be used in your business to innovate, scale and realize a better competitive advantage, and in what ways the user experience can be enhanced through the use of data.

The panel will consist of New York-based and Netherlands-based members:
– Joost van Dreunen, Founder & CEO, SuperData Research
– Richard Canneman, Co-Founder, the GRID.nyc
– Arnold van der Bie, Chief Data Officer, Stedin
– Cynthia Tulp, Deputy Director, Obvion (Rabobank)

Click here to find out more about the speakers

The discussions will be moderated by Mesut Celebi, Co-founder, Startupbootcamp New York. We will be hosting a delegation of Dutch heads of innovation and strategy of corporations such as ING, Stedin and Alliander, who are participating in an executive bootcamp organized by Dutchbasecamp. Their common goal is to find business opportunities, new technologies and greater inspiration from New York City and Boston.

Location
Consulate General of the Netherlands
666 Third Avenue, 19 Fl
New York, NY 10018

Program
6:00 PM: Doors open
6:30 PM: Welcome by Dolph Hogewoning,
Consul General of the Netherlands in NY

Program will begin promptly at 6:30pm
Refreshments will be served

Tickets
NAF-Members: $25
Non Members: $35

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