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Data & Analytics Live: US




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A new business paradigm is emerging. Now, more than ever, organizations are looking to data analytics as their competitive advantage.

The pressure has never been greater for data analytics leaders to identify the very best solutions to take their capabilities to the next level.

This brings new opportunities.

Data & Analytics Live: US was a 100% virtual conference broadcasted live across North America on June 22-24, 2021. Connecting the USA's most progressive data analytics leaders with the world's most forward-thinking solution providers, set against a backdrop of cutting-edge content that you cannot find anywhere else. At home, in the office, or on the road.

While the event has ended, you can still access all of the great content via On-Demand.

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500+ Live Attendees

Meet Senior Decision Makers From Across The USA


40+ Expert Speakers

Learn From Those At The Forefront Of Data & Analytics Strategy

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30+ Exhibitors

Explore Our Virtual Exhibition And Find Solutions To Your Challenges


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9:00 - 9:40 am ET

Panel Discussion: Turning 2020’s Lemons into Lemonade: How to Fast-Track your Data and Analytics Initiatives Despite the Pandemic 

  • How the shift to a purely remote (and now hybrid, in some cases) forced organizations to accelerate their digital-first efforts.
  • A focus on how to better leverage internal resources beyond data collection to valuable action. 
  • What the undefined “post-Covid” future may hold and how your team can be prepared.  

Moderated by:

Mark Balkenende, Senior Director, Product Marketing, Matillion

Panelists include:

Ben Donlon, Chief Analytics Officer, Metro United Way

Shilpa Yelamaneni, Director of Data Science and Advanced Analytics, Ecolab

Lorenzo Ball Jr., VP of Data and Analytics, Ameritas 

Krishna Karuturi, Senior Director, Computational Sciences, The Jackson Laboratory

9:40 - 10:10 am ET

Fireside Chat: Transparency & Agility Across the Organization

In this fireside chat, Kayleigh Lavorini, Product Manager at Fifth Third Bank speaks with Beverly Dudley, Regional Vice President of Customer Success, Americas at Dataiku, about what it means to deploy a self service analytics program within the enterprise. Join them as they walk through real-life examples of the business, technology, and organizational lessons learned and best practices that can be implemented in your business.

 Kayleigh Lavorini, Product Manager, Fifth Third Bank

Beverly Dudley, Regional Vice President of Customer Success, Americas, Dataiku

10:10 - 10:40 am ET

It’s Not Entirely about Data – A Digital Transformation Case Study about Achieving Buy-in from Stakeholders

Digital transformation is one of those “easier said than done” initiatives. The COVID-19 pandemic drove home the “why,” but the “how,” “who,” and “what” of digital transformation still need to be carefully worked out. Join Jason Wang for this case study, where he will share the real-life example of Synergy Credit Union’s banking app migration project. In this session, you will learn:

  • How to recognize the impact on people, and achieve buy-in from stakeholders who may not speak the same language as you
  • How to define the scope and success metrics of “going digital”
  • How to position your organization for continued digitization success

Jason Wang, Chief Risk Officer, Synergy Credit Union


10:40 - 11:10 am ET

Networking Break Speaker Meet & Greet


11:10 - 11:40 am ET


Breakout Presentation:
Artificial Intelligence Age – Revolutionizing Decision Making for business
Driving strategic revenue and profitable growth leveraging on Data and Analytics
• Introducing Mars and digital transformation journey focusing on analytics
• How is Advanced analytics teams focus on driving value creation?
• What are some of the success stories in driving profitable growth?
• How is the current operating model enabling success?

Deepak Jose, Head of Business Strategy & Advanced Analytics, Mars

Breakout Presentation: Predictive Personalization: Real-Time Scoring to Improve Personalization and User Experience

During unprecedented times like these, creating a powerful connection is more important than ever. In this session, learn how the University of Phoenix has built solutions leveraging technologies like machine learning, artificial intelligence, and experience platforms to enhance areas like student engagement to impact student enrollment and better student outcomes.

  • Quickly recognizing most likely to convert visitors to identify a propensity score for different segment types and adapt communication and orchestration strategies in real-time. 
  • Higher ed institutions as an example of how all companies must redesign their experiences to offer a proper understanding of the realities customers are facing in this coming new normal. 
  • Leveraging machine learning to learn from all customer behavior and then evaluate this specific new anonymous prospect’s behavior on the fly. 
  • Predicting the next-best-action or content based on student behavior calls for Real-time ML (RTML), which provides a way of listening to our potential students to understand the mand pay attention to their specific wants and needs. 

Avinash Tripathi, VP of Analytics - Marketing Analytics and Marketing Sciences, University of Phoenix



11:40 - 12:10 pm ET


Breakout Presentation: Evolving Role of Data Management Executives in Leading Data-Driven Transformation
In this session we will share the results of a recent survey of 100 executives who lead data strategy in financial services firms about their initiatives and challenges around data and analytics.

Key takeaways:
· The shift from “defensive” data management to more strategic and innovative approaches
· The top business benefits firms are looking to gain from data management advancements
· The current state of data governance and data management maturity in financial services

Joe Lichtenberg, Global Head of Product & Industry Marketing, InterSystems

Breakout Presentation: The Universal BI Portal: The Missing Ingredient to Your BI Strategy

In this session, Mike Smitheman will show you how a universal BI portal provides business users with one place to go to get relevant reports and metrics and arrange to support their personal and team-based workflows. Better yet, the portal collects information about BI tool and report usage, providing administrators with an administrative console to manage an enterprise BI environment more efficiently and effectively. Join Metric Insights to learn how to implement a BI portal in your organization. 

Mike Smitheman, VP Sales & Analytics, Metric Insights


12:10 - 12:50pm ET

Panel Discussion: The Elephant in the Room: Prioritizing Data and AI Ethics to Gain Trust  

  • After being brought to the forefront of public consciousness in 2020, ethics needs to be a major industry focus for 2021. 
  • Ensuring data is clean and unbiased before it’s utilized for any analytics or machine learning.
  • How to act as a leader and ensure ethical data is embraced across the organization. 

Panelists include:

Vijay Venkatesan, Chief Analytics Officer, Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield 

Haroon Abbu, VP, Digital, Data and Analytics, Bell & Howell

Devavrat Bapat, Head, Data Science and Product Management, Johnson & Johnson

Carl Gold, Senior Data Science Manager, Migo

12:50 - 1:50 pm ET

Networking Break

Invitation-Only Virtual Roundtable : Is Your Analytics Strategy and Culture a Match Made in Heaven or a Match Made in Hell?

It’s a time to face the truth: most organizations trying to implement enterprise analytics and BI have or will fail. There is no shame in this: failure is part and parcel of the process. 

For any organization that depends on data, the universal goal is to become data-driven, united by those who manage the data and those who use it. Whilst the goal is the same for both, the means to achieve it can differ drastically. Failure to see the others’ core interests lies at the very heart of the conflict, and derails even the best-intentioned analytics and BI initiatives. 

If the strategy doesn’t match the needs of the business, users will chart their own course, data silos will emerge, and distinct cultures and tools will proliferate across the business. When individual departments go it alone, data leaders are forced into a reactive stance—and they spend more time tamping down innovation than encouraging it. 

Now more than ever, it’s imperative that those who manage and use analytics find common ground. The price of failure is simply too high.

What’s keeping you from aligning strategy and culture? What steps can data leaders take to ensure their data strategy leads their organizations to the promised land? And how can they avoid the descent into further chaos?

In this Digital Board Room, Pyramid Analytics’ presenter will explore with the delegates / attendees the key ways organizations can match strategy and culture, sharing experiences on how they’ve aligned people, processes, and technology to guide their organizations in the right direction.

Bill Balnave, VP of Global Solutions Engineering, Pyramid Analytics



1:50 - 2:20 pm ET

Keynote Presentation: Data/Analytics Are Not the Noble Cause

There are numerous research studies that point to data not being used, and in business, there’s an insatiable quest to develop more, so there is a disconnect.  As data stewards, there’s an opportunity to recognize that while data, analytics, KPIs, and governance, are framed in the service of the noble causes of our organizations, customers, and patients, not as the noble cause themselves; thus improving usability to solve even the most challenging problems.  

  • How to overcome the challenge many firms, IT departments, technologists, research departments, and Chief Data Officers face when leadership forgoes the opportunity to incorporate a sense of purpose and meaning into information, most often providing information that doesn’t measure the true cause.
  • A discussion of Steve’s journey of recognition and how he is reframing his efforts to change.
  • Examples from the healthcare industry that provide applicable takeaways for any industry or situation to help make the noble cause, truly that, the noble cause. 

Steve Stepp, VP of Analytics, Catholic Health Services

2:20 - 2:50 pm ET

Keynote Presentation: Don’t Put the AI Cart Before the Data Horse: Putting AI in Perspective

When it Comes to AI and ML Initiatives, Build Capabilities Progressively – and Don’t Leave Your Business Users Behind

  • Business users need data. Data lies at the heart of every decision. They need analytics to help them understand it. So, where does AI fit in?
  • Despite all the talk of AI and ML, there are very real hurdles to the adoption of advanced analytics technologies, especially at organizations with sizable data investments and tricky business challenges.
  • Simply put many organizations lack the data governance controls for many AI and ML projects to make it past the experimental stage, or the tools to give everyday users the ability to collaborate with more advanced users.
  • How do we attack the challenge and gradually integrate advanced analytics into traditional analytics workflow.

Bill Balnave, VP of Global Solutions Engineering, Pyramid Analytics

2:50 - 3:20 pm ET

Speed Networking

Since we aren't able to bump into each other at the coffee cart this year, we'll be doing a round robin of Speed Networking to get some face to face time with your peers!

You will meet with 4 different people over the 30 minute time slot with 5 minutes scheduled for each conversation.


3:20 - 3:30 pm ET

Brief Intermission

3:30 - 4:10 pm ET

Panel Discussion: Metadata: Just a Fad or the Future for Data Strategy?

  • Many have dubbed metadata as “the new black,” but is this accurate?
  • How to leverage metadata to significantly reduce time to data delivery and the other pros.
  • Looking at the flip side including additional training requirements and value-added.

Panelists include:

Theresa Peachey, 2nd VP of Data Management, Enterprise Data & Analytics, Travelers

Cetin Karakus, Global Head of Quantitative & Analytical Solutions, BP 

Joanne Chen, VP of Data, Thirty Madison

Marla Dans, Director, Head of Data Governance, Tradeweb

4:10 - 4:50 pm ET


Virtual Roundtable 1A: Is enterprise analytics cloud-ready at last? 

  • What are you currently hosting on the cloud – do you see this increasing in 2021?
  • How has your cloud strategy shifted over the past year?

Contributors include: 

Cindi Howson, Chief Data Strategy Officer, ThoughtSpot

Daniel Stahl, SVP, Data Platforms, Regions Bank 

Brahma Tangella, Head of Analytics &  Insights- Plasma Delivered Therapies, Takeda

Hema Sundaram, Director of Data Strategy and Operations, Portland General Electric

Virtual Roundtable 2A: What role does data strategy play in digital transformation? 

  • How can you create a data strategy that adapts to your business needs, while also acknowledging your IT and existing capabilities?
  • What impact does your organization’s maturity and skill level play in adjusting your company culture to implement? 


Contributors include:

Besa Bauta, Chief Data Officer, MercyFirst

Diane Schmidt, Global Director and Head, Enterprise Data Governance and Business Process, London Stock Exchange Group 

Marla Dans, Director, Head of Data Governance, Tradeweb


4:50 - 5:20 pm ET 

Happy Hour Speaker Meet & Greet

9:10 - 9:50 am ET

Panel Discussion: Ensuring Continued Success in the midst of Blurring Lines and Changing Roles 

  • How the pandemic-led rise in demand for data and analytics has impacted an urgency to drive digital transformation efforts.
  • What the integration of digital/Chief Digital Officer roles into data teams may mean for your organization.
  • The rise of Decision Science roles and other new opportunities within the industry.
  • Why data analytics was one of the few areas to see expansion and increased spend at many companies in the past year. 

Moderated by Chris Walker, Head of Product Marketing,  Tellius

Panelists include:

Elizabeth Puchek, Chief Data Officer, United States Citizenship and Immigration Services

Greg Bucko, SVP, Marketing Analytics, AmeriLife

Mario Monzo, Former Senior Director of Strategic Analytics and Insights, Comcast

9:50 - 10:20 am ET

Keynote Presentation: Finding the Way in the Dark, Leveraging AI to Mine Intensely Valuable Dark Conversation Data
Gartner defines dark data as the information assets organizations collect, process and store during regular business activities, but generally fail to use for other purposes (for example, analytics, business relationships and direct monetizing). Similar to dark matter in physics, dark data often comprises most organizations’ universe of information assets. Join CallMiner’s VP of Artificial Intelligence Rick Britt as he takes you through overview of the AI powered technologies and best practices to expose and leverage all forms of customer interaction data insights to drive a broad range of business performance improvement objectives.

In this session you will learn:

• Using emerging technologies to realize the power of conversation data.
• How to ensure AI is the light at the end of the tunnel, not an oncoming train.
• Using AI to find the powerful voice in hard to understand data to transform an organization
• Using this new fountain of knowledge to lower churn, train people, improve products and services, and create the strategies of tomorrow for your business.

Rick Britt, VP of AI, CallMiner

10:20 - 10:50 am ET

Networking Break Speaker Meet & Greet

Breakout Workshop: Data Problem Solving 

  • An interactive look at some of the most common data problems impacting organizations in 2021 – and how you would solve them.
  • What internal and external resources would be necessary, nice to have or a potential hindrance?
  • How to apply these fixes to similar problems at your own company and how this may vary by size and maturity.

Contributors include:

Judy Sarles, Senior Director – Shared Data Services, Chief Data Office, Kaiser Permanente

Joanne Chen, VP of Data, Thirty Madison



10:50 - 11:20 am ET

Breakout Presentation: Cracking the AI Nut: Moving Beyond the Basics with NLP
• As many continue to throw around AI as a “buzz word,” it has in fact become increasingly more mainstream and accessible.
• How data classification and modelling will can become automated with NLP.
• What are you overlooking that automation could help solve?

Ashish Bansal, Former Senior Engineering Manager, ML (Recommendations), Twitter

Breakout Workshop: Data Problem Solving (continued)


11:20 - 11:50 am ET


Breakout Presentation: Creating an Enterprise Data Fabric to Digitize City Furniture’s Business Model 


City Furniture is a Florida-based retailer that is on a mission to change the way people live—with beautiful home furnishings at incredible value. That mission needed a digital transformation—a data driven future. While the company has been experiencing rapid growth, it encountered challenges with slow and inefficient traditional data management technologies to transform their business model. Traditional ETL based data integration methods had high resource costs, were slow to implement, and were impeding important data initiatives for the company.


Join this session to learn how City Furniture was able to accelerate their digital transformation by implementing Data Virtualization. From self-service analytics, rapid data integration via Denodo APIs, supporting hybrid cloud, and more, Data Virtualization has been a key tool in supporting City Furniture’s objectives. The session will continue with an overview of Logical Data Fabric and how it can play a role in complex ecosystems, and demonstrate how City Furniture's success can be replicated at other companies.

Ryan Fattini, Director of Data Engineering, City Furniture - Brought to you by Denodo

Breakout Presentation: The Dashboard is Dead

For more than 20 years, dashboards served as a foundational element of business intelligence, helping leaders visualize and share valuable data across their organization.
Yet even after two decades of tremendous investment, analytics adoption rates have stagnated at just 30%. Today, only 10% of executives believe their company is analytics mature and more than 84% of frontline workers report poor analytics experiences and needing better insights technology. That’s because dashboards weren’t built to meet the needs of today’s always-on, always-changing world. Your business can’t afford to wait days or weeks for trained analysts to produce insights from stale data. You need personalized insights from your cloud data now.

In this session, you’ll learn why data leaders are increasingly turning away from analytics dashboards and discover:
• The hidden operation costs weighing down your data team
• Why dashboards can never truly deliver the timely, personalized insights your frontline workers need to drive value
• How search and AI are creating a new paradigm for analytics

Sudheesh Nair, CEO, ThoughtSpot



11:50 - 12:30 pm ET

Panel Discussion: Data for the People: Ensuring Data is Actionable and Accessible 

  • It’s been said time and time again, but “garbage in, garbage out” continues to ring true. Moving towards advanced analytics and AI are impossible without usable data.
  • Best practices for data cleaning and how to plan when and where specific data should be used.
  • Automating analytics to operate without a great deal of intervention.
  • How the full organization can be educated and involved to ensure a successful process.

Moderated by:

Nick Halsey, CEO, Okera

Panelists include: 

Tarun Mendiratta, VP, Business Intelligence & Data Analytics, Prudential Financial 

Stephen Gatchell, Head of Data Enablement, Consumer Electronics Company based in Massachusetts

Zaheer Hooda, Head of Data & Digital Enablement, Hiscox 

Wendy Zhang, Director, Enterprise Data Governance, Sallie Mae

12:30 - 1:00 pm ET

Networking Break

12:00 - 1:30 pm ET

Speed Networking

Since we aren't able to bump into each other at the coffee cart this year, we'll be doing a round robin of Speed Networking to get some face to face time with your peers!

You will meet with 4 different people over the 30 minute time slot with 5 minutes scheduled for each conversation.

1:30 - 2:10 pm ET

Panel Discussion: Generation Next: Encouraging and Learning from the Industry’s Newest Talent

  • As data skills and literacy become increasingly common for all, how can this be leveraged beyond individuals to benefit the entire organization?
  • The additional impact of those “raised on data” entering the workforce, and what can be learned from these digital natives?
  • How a diversity of data and analytics talent can lead to diverse thinking and innovation. 

Panelists include:

Roberta Hyland, Chief Data Officer, National Student Clearinghouse 

Dan Wulin, VP of Data, Better.com

Vineet Kumar, Director, Product Analytics & Data Science, GoDaddy 

Devshree Golecha, Head of Data Analytics and Data Governance, TDECU 

2:10 - 2:40 pm ET

Breakout Presentation: The Strategic Importance of Accelerating Your BI

  • The demand for fast, accurate Business Intelligence and analytics within organisations is becoming super-charged. Business stakeholders want to ask more questions of the data and get answers and insights more quickly.
  • This has been a trend that has been growing over recent years and has been re-enforced by the demands of the pandemic. Organisations need to find a way to ‘democratise’ their data to accelerate their BI.
  • We will discuss the demand for BI acceleration using case studies and examples to demonstrate how it can be done.


Peter Jackson, Chief Data and Analytics Officer, Exasol

Carl Dubler, Head of Product Marketing, Exasol

Breakout Presentation: Operationalizing AI - Experimentation to Execution 

A gap that continues to plague data and AI Operations Execs is the translation of machine learning solutions from the experimental stage to actual execution.

Running ML solutions in production requires them to perform optimally in changing real-world conditions. For example, recommendation models built pre-Covid performed poorly during the pandemic due to changes in people's purchasing patterns. 

In this session, you will see how transformed companies build an organization based on tools, techniques, and practical experiences that transform theoretical ML knowledge into production-ready and deployable solutions that deliver expected business outcomes. 

Dr. Atul Varshneya, VP - AI, Tavant

2:40 - 3:10 pm ET

Networking Break Speaker Meet & Greet


3:10 - 3:50 pm ET


Virtual Roundtable 2A: How To Unlock Your Data Analytics Superpower to Drive Your Company’s Strategy
- How was your business impacted in 2020?
- How did you adapt to the changes?
- How much time did you spend being reactive v proactive?
- To break it down, successful CDAOs tend to focus on solving these three key challenges - how were you able to solve these or what are your plans to solve them?
• First, being able to quickly connect new and disparate data
• Second, enabling real-time decision making; no more relying on static Excel analysis based on stale data
• Third, Empowering the next set of data analytics heroes in your organization

Contributors include:

Brian Keare, CIO and General Cloud Manager, Incorta

Gerald Brady, Managing Director, Silicon Valley Bank

Armando Busto Iturbide, Director of IT, Business Intelligence, Ironwood Pharmaceuticals

Virtual Roundtable 2B: Data Lake, Data Warehouse, Data Lakehouse: Which is the best way forward?  

  • How will data lakes support and open a multi-cloud infrastructure?
  • How has the line between lakes and warehouses begun to blur?


Contributors include:

Ankur Gupta, VP, BI-Analytics-Data Governance, Goldman Sachs 

Shah Nawaz, Executive Director, Head of Engineering & Data Analytics, Regeneron Pharmaceuticals

Nadeem Chaudhry, Head of Data, Earnest


3:50 - 4:20 pm ET

Case Study: Technical Problems? Or Personal Excuses?

"The system doesn't support that."

"It's not possible."

"That's just the way it is."

Do these sound familiar? It's 2021 and we have more computing power available to us in the enterprise than we could ever possibly need; we can send a helicopter to Mars and we can run facial substitution algorithms on devices in our hands. There are no longer technical limitations to... well anything really. Anybody who tells you that something can't be done generally isn't describing a problem, they ARE the problem. In this session Dr. Luke Dicken will present some examples of the kinds of situations where plausible-sounding technical challenges can be shown to trace to People Problems, and the ways that recognizing this can allow you to think differently and discover strategies to get the technical advantage every company craves. 

Luke Dicken, Director of Applied AI, Zynga


4:20 - 4:50 pm ET 

Happy Hour Speaker Meet & Greet

9:30 - 10:00 am ET

Keynote Presentation: Accelerating your Data Factory with a Data Fabric
Legacy data platforms are insufficient for the age of disruption. According to MIT-CISR, 51% of orgs have their data in silos and another 21% in duct tape & band-aids. A new approach is needed. Gartner has defined data fabric as a unified data platform supported by DataOps. These approaches accelerate the time to clean, complete, trustworthy, & secure data. This session shares the data issues that make legacy data platforms insufficient.

Myles Suer, Principal Data Product Manager, Boomi
Sean Keenan, Director, Data Product Manager, Boomi

10:00 - 10:40 am ET

Panel Discussion: The Future of Data Privacy Regulations for 2021 and Beyond

  • The possibility of national regulations – and when you may start to see changes.
  • A growing priority for many, hear why a majority of Fortune 500 companies are beginning to converge analytics governance into broader initiatives. 
  • Why governance can no longer be viewed as an obstacle to innovation.

Panelists include:

Orrie Dinstein, Global Chief Privacy Officer, Marsh & McLennan

Jason Wang, Chief Risk Officer, Synergy Credit Union

Michael Oppenheim, VP, Data & Analytics, Discover Financial

10:40 - 11:10 am ET

Case Study: Battling Burnout: Leveraging Data and System Science to Prioritize Interventions
• Defining burnout, which is included in the WHO’s 11th Revision of the International Classification of Diseases as an occupational phenomenon.
• An overview of System Dynamics modelling and Mapping the Dynamics of Customer (Patient) and Teammate (Care Provider) using data and system science.
• Prioritizing the areas for intervention.
• Applications outside of healthcare.

Vishal Bhalla, SVP CHRO, Atrium Health Navicent and Chief Experience Officer, Atrium Health Enterprise

11:10 - 11:50 am ET

Panel Discussion: From Idea to Implementation: Ensuring Successful Adoption of New Technology for Continued Innovation 

  • How to ensure exciting promise of new technologies won’t get lost in challenges to adoption at the organization level. 
  • Alleviating confusion regarding objectives and solutions to ensure budgetary support.
  • Maintaining the best internal relationships while still moving forward and achieving the greatest insights. 


Panelists include:

Kavita Rao, SVP, Head of Digital Transformation, City National Bank 

Steve Xia, Senior Managing Director, Investments, Head of Quantitative Research and Analytics, Guardian Life

Peter Henstock, AI and ML Lead, Pfizer

11:50 am - 12:20 pm ET

Speaker Meet & Greet

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D&A Live: US is a free, end-to-end digital conference including keynote theaters, an interactive exhibition, virtual meet-the-speaker breakout sessions, networking areas and more. D&A: Live will provide the connections, best practices and insights you need to realize business value from data, empowering you with actionable insights to maximize your company’s return on data and analytics.

Whether you are a senior executive or tech-savvy, this is the right platform to really engage and network with other senior data and analytics leaders from the comfort of your desk. Join us using only a laptop or mobile and an internet connection, access exclusive on-demand content regardless of where you are in the world - D&A Live: US is accessible to a national, and global, audience.

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Meet the Speaker: Inclusive Q&As with selected D&A: Live speakers will take place across the conference where delegates can deep dive into further discussions with the speakers.


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