32 Carpenter Street, Singapore 059911
32 Carpenter St Singapore 059911
Talk Data to Me: Why and How to Break into Data Science
Presented by SGInnovate
At this event, we host thought-leaders from the Singapore data community to discuss the possibilities of career paths in the Data Science world. They’ll cover how today’s wealth of data drives business and product decisions across industries ranging from journalism to programming, and share their visions for the future and how you can jump into this exciting area.
- Oliver Wood - Consultant, Data Science & Analytics, Xpand Group
- Kyle Chung - Senior Data Scientist at Carousell , Carousell
- Arbind Lochan - Head of Marketing Analytics- APACx, Uber
- Jocelyn Ong - Marketing Data Analyst, LinkedIn
- Check-in & Networking 6:30 - 7:00 pm
- Panel/Lighting Talks 7:00 - 7:45 pm
- Q&A and Networking 7:45 - 8:30 pm
Learn how you can leverage data in your role — no matter the industry. Our expert panel will cover real-world scenarios in which data has driven business success, discuss how data can be a powerful weapon for problem-solving, and share their insights on exciting career opportunities in data.
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