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Opening speaker for Big Data LDN

Registration for the UK’s leading data and analytics event, Big Data London is now underway, as RX ( confirms Zhamak Deghani, CEO and founder of a stealth tech startup dedicated to reimagining data platforms with Data-Mesh-native technologies will be the keynote opening speaker.  

In her talk, Rewire for Data Mesh: atomic steps to rewire the sociotechnical backbone of your organization (21 September, 10:00am), Zhamak will tell the story of what happened before Data Mesh, where we’re heading, and what the future looks like – alongside what is keeping organizations from moving forward, fast.  The audience will leave with practical steps to rewiring an organisational brain – behaviour and technology – to make changes toward Data Mesh and move to new heights.
Headline Keynote Speaker at the event will be Matt Parker, known as the Stand-up Mathematician.  Matt has performed sold-out gigs at some of the UK’s most iconic venues.  He can regularly be seen talking about maths on the BBC and Discovery Channel, and in The Guardian newspaper. Author of Humble Pi, the first maths book to be a Sunday Times no.1 bestseller.  His YouTube videos have attracted more than 100 million views.  Matt will be delivering the closing Headline Keynote presentation on 22 September at 16:20pm.
Visitors to Big Data LDN will be able to meet face-to-face with providers and consultants from 130 exhibiting organizations, to find solutions to solve their data challenges and deliver an effective data-driven strategy for their business.  On the show floor, there will be a feast of opportunities for data professionals to view live demos and get hands-on with the latest product releases and software launches to enhance their capabilities.
More than 200 expert speakers will be in the spotlight across Big Data LDN’s 12 technical and business-led theatres, and with an extensive and curated conference programme of must-see experts sharing unique stories, peerless expertise and real-world use cases which visitors won’t hear anywhere else.  

“This year’s Big Data LDN is going to be our biggest yet – the event has doubled in size since 2019.  This reflects the astronomical growth of the data sector, as the information an organisation holds plays an increasingly significant role in its ability to innovate, operate efficiently, build the brand, and also stay on the right side of regulations,” says Bill Hammond, Big Data LDN’s Event Director.  “Our conference programme and exhibitor listings cover every corner of the data industry – from both technical and business perspectives – making Big Data LDN an event that every single member of the team can attend and learn from.”
Big Data LDN is running from 21-22 September 2022 at Olympia, London.  Visitors can register for a free ticket at
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