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Snowplow Data Leaders Dinners

Snowplow Data Leaders Dinners are a series of global events that provide industry professionals with the perfect forum to share ideas, challenges, and best practices with peers over an exquisite meal and a fine glass of wine.

The data landscape is complex and constantly evolving. As a result, it can be difficult to keep up with industry developments and understand what’s best for your business.

That’s why we launched the Snowplow Data Leaders Dinners, specifically designed to provide professionals with an interest in data with a relaxed and friendly environment to discuss challenges and gain valuable insights from industry peers and Snowplow experts.

I came along to the Snowplow dinner because I always like to keep abreast of what’s going on in the market. I’m looking forward to having an enjoyable evening chatting to colleagues at Snowplow and learning what the benefits of the tools are, and speaking to some other guests who are using the tool already to understand what the benefits are, pros, and cons.”

VIC HARDCASTLE | HEAD OF ANALYTICS AND DATA SCIENCE LEAD AT STUDIO RETAIL

What are Snowplow Data Leaders Dinners?

Since the first Data Leaders Dinner in 2022, these exclusive, invitation-only events have proven very popular. They bring together like-minded professionals to share knowledge, insights and best practices for using data in business. At each dinner, guests share valuable advice and learn what has worked for others (and what often has not), while learning about the latest approaches to data and analytics that are proven to deliver business value.

I like to keep up with how the digital data stack is evolving, and I heard about Snowplow and was curious to understand what the solution was and how some customers were using it.”

GARETH POWELL | GROUP DATA OFFICER & PARTNER AT IRWIN MITCHELL

Previous discussion points have included:

  • Balancing increasing demands for customer-centricity with mounting compliance and privacy commitments;
  • Mitigating risk relating to trends in privacy regulations for marketing analytics and user tracking;
  • Maximizing the opportunity from data warehouses and data lakes in the context of AI/ML;
  • Factors behind successfully adopting Data Product Management principles.

At the dinners, you’ll also learn more about Snowplow and how the company is supporting over 1.9 million websites around the world including Strava, Gousto, and Auto Trader. 

With Snowplow, we do a lot of custom stuff, so we wanted to use the evening as a chance to see if other companies were doing something similar, and if we could learn anything from them.”

BETH GARFIN | SOFTWARE ENGINEER AT AUTO TRADER

We are excited to host the Data Leaders Dinners in cities around the world. To date, the Dinners have taken place in several locations, including:

Spending time with our customers and the broader community has always been a priority for Snowplow. The Data Leaders Dinner series is extremely valuable as it strengthens our understanding of the key issues and trends impacting data professionals while providing an excellent forum for sharing the strategies that are driving differentiating data applications in an increasingly complex landscape.”

MICK FAULKNER | NORTHERN EUROPEAN SALES LEAD AT SNOWPLOW

The dinners are by invitation only so if you received an invitation, please register by clicking on the link in the email and completing the online form. We operate on  a first-come-first-serve basis.

As we expand our Data Leaders Dinner series globally, we want to continue to build on this ecosystem and platform to encourage discussions. Bringing like-minded people to the dinner table allows innovative ideas to flourish while also adapting to industry changes and challenges.”

KYLE GORDON | NORTH AMERICA FIELD MARKETING LEAD AT SNOWPLOW

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