THE POWER OF DATA AND ANALYTICS TRANSFORMING BUSINESS DECISION MAKING

Melbourne Business Analytics Conference

Melbourne Business School’s Centre for Business Analytics presents the Melbourne Business Analytics Conference on Tuesday 3rd September 2019, showcasing the leading Australian and global Analytics academics, leaders and practitioners. Providing a forum for 900+ board members, senior executives, and industry professionals, to discuss the transformation of decision making through advanced analytics, Data Science, Big Data, Machine Learning, AI and leadership in Data and Analytics.

Speakers 2019

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Josh Frydenberg

Australian Government

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Professor David Bell

Idea Farm Ventures

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Wendy Stops

Commonwealth Bank / Coles Group

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Anil Sabharwal

Google

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Emma Gray

ANZ

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Professor Harikesh Nair

Stanford University / JD.com

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Lee Hickin

Microsoft

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Professor Karin Verspoor

University of Melbourne

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Dr. Hugh Williams

Melbourne Business School

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Dr. Alice Sweeting

Western Bulldogs

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Peter Harris

Tanarra Capital

Registrations

Past Speakers

2018 Agenda

Startup & Innovation Showcase

The Innovation stream will showcase innovations in analytics and exciting young companies doing great things in the business analytics world. This stream will also include innovations in sports analytics.

* Please register your interest to present at this year’s conference

Exhibitors

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FAQ

Why attend the Business Analytics Conference?

This conference is designed to help your business understand the growing trends in business analytics and how you can utilise and incorporate effective data-driven strategies. With over 30 presentations from industry leaders and numerous showcases from the industries cutting edge start-ups and innovators the Business Analytics Conference will provide a world-class experience for all those in attendance.

Who should attend the Business Analytics Conference?

The conference is aimed at industry professionals across a broad spectrum, including executives who are looking to optimise their businesses understanding and use of Data Science, Big Data Analytics, Applied Machine Learning and Predictive Applications.

How much does it cost to attend?

Super Early-bird tickets $375.00 (+ GST) **available for purchase until 4th May
Early-bird tickets $500.00 (+ GST) *available for purchase until 4th July
Full price tickets are $750 (+ GST) until sold out

What is the venue for the Business Analytics Conference?

The Business Analytics Conference will be held in at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre.

Melbourne Business Analytics Datathon

The Melbourne Business School’s ‘Business Analytics Datathon’ with $25,000 prize money is aimed at showcasing how advanced analytics can ‘Transform decision making’ using SAS analytics software and Data Republic’s data sharing platform. The final data sets and question will be revealed on the kick off weekend but the data may include financial, retail, loyalty, and health data.

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Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre

Address Details

1 Convention Centre Pl, South Wharf VIC 3006

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About the Centre for Business Analytics

The Centre for Business Analytics (CfBA) was founded by Melbourne Business School in 2014 to address the worldwide demand for analytics research and knowledge. We create collaboration amongst students, faculty, and industry leaders to deliver both academic and business impact.
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The vision of our multi-disciplinary centre is to ‘Transform Decision Making through Business Analytics’. The Centre investigates how data – small or big – can drive organisational success through fact-based, data-driven, proactive decision making.
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The Centre for Business Analytics also manages educational programs, collaborative workshops and our Master of Business Analytics program.
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Our mission is bold. We strive to be a key catalyst to help Australian businesses gain a distinctive competitive advantage through harnessing trilingual insights of business, mathematics and technology.

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Professor Ujwal Kayande

Melbourne Business School

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Hugh Williams

Melbourne Business School

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Anita Arbogast

Melbourne Business School

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Elaine McPartlin

Melbourne Business School

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