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Huge lineup of speakers confirmed for Big Data & Digital Innovation
May 17, 2016 News

Machine learning, AI, real-time analytics, predictive analysis, the internet of things… Several years ago these terms were hidden in the dark rooms of IT departments, but today they sit at the forefront of marketing innovation.

The Big Data & Digital Innovation returns to Hong Kong for two days from 21 to 22 of June at Hotel ICON in Tsim Sha Tsui East.

This year, some of Hong Kong’s top thinkers digital marketers have signed up to share case studies and insights into a world that can no longer be shrugged off as someone else’s job.

Don’t miss this opportunity to hear from industry experts who will share valuable insights and case studies to help you get started on integrating big data and digital innovation into your marketing and business strategies.

Speakers already confirmed include:

Ali Fung, marketing director, Amway Hong Kong Limited
Marcus Lui, head of customer experience and design, Asia Miles
Vincent Leung, digital communications and marketing manager for Asia Pacific, BNP Paribas
Calvin Ng, SVP, head of eBusiness, DBS Bank (Hong Kong) Limited
Karen Tam, assistant general manager – promotions and marketing, Harbour City Estates
Senior representative, Httpool
Ming Chow, VP of marketing, digital home, Huawei Technologies
Ravel Lai, group information technology director, Jardine Restaurant Group Hong Kong
Keith Tsui, data and analytics director, Lan Kwai Fong Group
Perry Chung, marketing director, Ocean Park Corporation
Jeffrey Hau, director, PRIZM
Widhadh Waheed, director of eBusiness, Shangri-La Hotels and Resorts
Ayaz Akhtar, SSI country manager, Hong Kong, Survey Sampling International
Bob Tin, founder, Webs S’up Production Company Limited
Andy Chung, managing director – Hong Kong, Xaxis

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