David DeWolf to Deliver Keynote at Data Monetization Event
The world's premier data monetization conference, Outsell DataMoney, will take place January 31st-February 1st in New York City, with 3Pillar CEO David DeWolf providing the keynote address at the VIP dinner that launches the event.
DataMoney focuses on the strategies, technologies, and platforms to accelerate data monetization. The conference brings together the world’s largest companies, technology innovators, and data suppliers, creating a unique ecosystem of players to reveal new opportunities for data commercialization. The program focuses on innovative and practical, scalable, solutions-oriented case studies, in-depth panels, and interviews with the leaders building the next generation of data businesses.
The title of David DeWolf’s presentation is The Art of the Possible: Drilling for Value in the Data-Rich Economy. Drawing upon The Economist’s May 2017 declaration that ”The world’s most valuable resource is no longer oil, but data,” David addresses how companies navigate both the enormous value potential of data but also its commoditization.
About Outsell Data Money
The DataMoney conference is conducted by Outsell, Inc., a research and advisory firm serving businesses in the information industry, as well as investors in media, tech, data, and information. Outsell partners with data, information, and technology businesses to grow revenue, deliver solutions, optimize their clients’ performance, and thrive in a fast-changing global digital market.
For more information on DataMoney, including a full agenda and information on how to register to attend, please visit the official conference website. DataMoney will take place at the Conrad New York in New York City.
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