Data Driven Conference 2013: Come learn from the best
The Data Driven Conference is almost here. We’re bringing together some of the smartest data-driven people we know to share their insights on the data driven approach and how it’s shaping everything from investments to product development, customer engagement and much more.
Data Driven Conference 2013
When: Wednesday July 31, 2-6 PM.
Where: Mixpanel HQ, 799 Market Street, 7th floor, San Francisco
2:30PM–Fireside: Putting Data to Work
3:00PM–Fireside: Influence of Data on Design
3:45PM–Fireside: Big Data & Enterprise
4:15PM–In Conversation: Unlocking Mobile Data: From Ads to Engagement
The mobile platform created a new opportunity for companies and a unique set of challenges. The companies that are winning on mobile have capitalized on those differences–from product development to customer acquisition to measuring success. Learn from the people that have cracked a data-driven approach to mobile to overcome the two great challenges: acquiring and keeping engaged customers.
Chris Lambert, Head of Product & Engineering Lyft
Christian Wiklund, Founder & CEO at Skout
Lucas Brown, CPO & Founder at HasOffers
Omar Hamoui, Partner at Sequoia Capital and Founder, AdMob
Moderated by Nicole Leverich from Mixpanel
4:45PM–In Conversation: The Secret Weapon Every Start-Up Should Use: Data
Every startup begins with a vision, but the ones that win develop truly useful and unique experiences for customers. Start-up face endless scaling challenges and opportunities, making it difficult to decide which products and audiences to prioritize next. The smart start-ups have discovered that their own data is their secret weapon – and not just for funding.
Stan Chudnovsky, VP of Growth at PayPal
Adam D’Angelo, co-founder at Quora
Jared Fliesler, General Partner at Matrix Partners
Patrick Collison, co-founder at Stripe
Moderated by JP Mangalindan from Fortune
5:15PM–In Conversation: Doubling Down on Data: The Investors’ Perspective
Start-up begin with a great idea and team, but their success or failure are told in the data they generate. Are they acquiring customers? How engaged are their customers? Learn what some of the leading venture capitalists look for as they make investment decisions and mentor companies from start-up to success. And, on the flip side what are the ?BS? metrics to avoid.