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WHAT: The second annual Question Time Event: Personalisation of Big Data in Travel will take place on 29th of April in London, hosted by DataArt, a custom software development partner for the travel & hospitality industry, in collaboration with Tnooz.
Travel industry authorities, including intermediaries and suppliers, will share their views on how personalisation of big data will impact the sector, and how businesses can position themselves to make a difference. Event attendees will be encouraged to actively participate and prepare questions for the panel members.
WHO: Speakers include:
• Kevin May, Founder and Editor, Tnooz (Moderator)
• Greg Abbott, SVP of Travel and Hospitality, DataArt
• Nathan Clapton, VP of Mobile Partnerships, TripAdvisor
• Filip Filipov, Head of B2B, SkyScanner
• Duncan Freke,
Development Director, Thetrainline.com
• Matthew Goulden, CEO and Managing Director, Triometric
WHERE: The SoHo Hotel
4 Richmond Mews
London W1D 3DH
WHEN: Tuesday, 29 April, 6:00 PM -8:30 PM
RSVP: To register, RSVP at dataartqt.com/
CONTACT: If you are a member of the media or an industry analyst and would like to attend the event or speak with a DataArt executive about big data in the travel industry, please contact Shaina Mardinly at +220.127.116.1104, or firstname.lastname@example.org
DataArt (www.dataart.com) is a custom software development company that builds advanced solutions for the financial services, healthcare, hospitality and other industries. Combining domain knowledge with offshore cost advantages and resource flexibility, DataArt develops industry-defining applications, helping clients optimize time-to-market and minimize software development risks in mission-critical systems. With an unrivalled talent pool of highly skilled software engineers in New York, London, Russia and Ukraine, DataArt provides the technical skill, accountability and industry knowledge needed to deliver custom applications on time and on budget. DataArt clients include Standard & Poor’s, Harmonic Fund Services, Ogilvy, ThinkEco, artnet, Panasonic, Cancer Research, Ocado, Charles River Laboratories, , Misys, leading asset management firms and three of the world’s top ten investment banks.