Jun 4 2013

Tapping into big data and new business models

LSEposter_finSLSE Tech is organising an industry/academe workshop addressing the role of big data on business model innovation. The aims are to bring together leading decision makers in the UK to debate about the promises, perils and reality of new business models emerging from big data, and to strengthen the network of firms and researchers involved.

The event is supported by the New Economic Models in the Digital Economy (NEMODE) Network.

Organisers: LSE Tech in collaboration with NEMODE Network. Workshop coordinators: Dr Carla Bonina and Dr Jonathan Liebenau

Workshop duration and format: Half-day workshop including a networking lunch; two sessions; 3 lightening talks in each session with a commentator followed by roundtable discussions.

Session I: Big data and the big picture: what is the potential for business model innovation?

Session II: Big data in the financial services: disruptive innovations and new business models

Target participants: Technology decision makers working on big data analytics, public and private institutions providing data, government bodies driving digital initiatives based on big data, and researchers working in the field.

This workshop is by initially by invitation only, but we may be able to offer remaining places to those interested, especially in the industry. If you would like to be considered for a place at this event, please send an email to Louise Newton-Clare < l.newton-clare@lse.ac.uk > to register your interest.

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