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Digital Analytics Association Symposium in San Francisco presents ‘Stranger Things: What’s Lurking in Your Data’

November 7, 2016 No Comments
You can avoid the Demogorgon of Digital Analytics by attending the DAA SF Symposium on November 9th where you’ll get tips and tricks on personalization and how to survive Black Friday from your friendly neighborhood Digital Analytics practitioners. Join us for a full day of great topics covering the latest from the struggles to the new developments in our world and come out prepared to face the stranger things lurking in your data. You’ll meet an awful lot of awesome people (like you) who can help you avoid the Upside Down of Analytics. We won’t let you end up like Barb.

Our lineup of wonderful speakers is focused on presenting awesome tips and real-world solutions to the challenges we all face everyday. Our lineup includes:

  • June Dershowitz, Head of Data Governance, Twitch 
  • John Wallace, Analytics Entrepreneur 
  • Kevin Dalias, Director of Predictive Data, RadiumOne 
  • Josephine Foucher, Product Manager, Hotwire 
  • Zann Aeck, Director of Digital Marketing, Net App 
  • Martijn Scheijbeler, Director of Marketing, TheNextWeb 
  • John Mesh, Google Product Manager, Optimize 360 
  • Caitlin Anderson, Web Optimization Analyst, American Eagle 
  • Anita Fong, Analytics Manager, Clorox 
  • Krista Seiden, Analytics Advocate, Google 

 For the first time, the DAA San Francisco Symposium will also be hosting a “Women in Analytics” lunch, sponsored by Google. This lunch is open to all symposium attendees and will feature a panel of esteemed women in the analytics industry who will share their thoughts on the industry, career, and the future. Questions and participation encouraged! Can’t make the whole day? Join us just for lunch!

Theme: Stranger Things: What’s Lurking in Your Data 
When: November 9th, registration starts at 9:30am, program 10:00am to to 4:30pm, followed by a networking reception 
Where: Galvanize San Francisco-SoMa, 44 Tehama Street, San Francisco, CA 94105 
Cost: Members of the DAA: Early Bird $ 75 | Standard $ 99 | Onsite $ 124 Non-Members: Early Bird $ 99 | Standard $ 124 | Onsite $ 149 Lunch-only: $ 20 (includes catered box lunch and panel speakers/discussion) 
Event website and registration: register here
Space is limited so register early! 
This Symposium is organized by local DAA members and volunteers. We encourage you to become a member of the DAA and join our local efforts. Become a member and reach out to one of the local chapter leaders, Krista, Charles or Prolet.
Posted by Krista Seiden, Google Analytics Advocate


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