Data Days hits Berlin on 1-2 October….
…and we’ve got two tickets to give away to the event! Just leave a message in our Comments Section below and tell us why you deserve the tickets to the data conference, and you could be heading to Data Days to learn all about data privacy, relevance and innovation (and meet some important people from some important incubators).
Or perhaps you want to be more than just a bystander – maybe you have a “creative and innovative data business idea” that you’ve been dying to put into action. In that case, the Data Days-run “Big Data Pioneers Competition” could be the one for you for you.
But power-up those MacBooks and stock up on your Club Mate because you’ve only got until Friday to get in your entries for the program. Entries will be judged by an independent jury and you will be in the running to win prize money of up to €100,000 from nugg.ad and Deutsche Post, along with the support to turn their idea into a reality.
Even if you haven’t got a prize-winning idea that you’ve just been bursting to show the world, you can still get tickets to the Data Days event and take notes from the talks and discussions between big-name incubators that have an idea or two about data and startups.
Think an incubator panel with Florian Heinemann from Project A, Nico Lumma from Bigpoint and Digital Pioneers and Tobia Seikel from Hanse Ventures, among others. Day one features the Data Conference with speakers as diverse as Berlin author and journalist Kathrin Passig and Marc Guldimann from Enliken in New York. Plus it’s hosted at the nHow hotel with a networking event at Watergate. It’s going to be a loooong night.
Tickets for the Data Days Conference and Pioneers program are €780 for the Data Conference on the 1st October they’re €590.00 and if that all seems too steep there’s a special startup ticket for €190.00.
Keep your eyes on the Data Days website where the full program will be published shortly… and don’t forget to comment below to be in with a chance of winning those free tickets…