Stéphane Hamel is a seasoned independent consultant and distinguished thought leader in the field of digital analytics and marketing. He advises his global clients, agencies, start-ups, and vendors in the digital analytics industry on data maturity matters and how to grow a data-informed culture. Recognized as a Google Product Strategy Expert (2016) and considered one the Most Influential Industry Contributor by the Digital Analytics Association (2012), he has made significant contributions to the industry: authoring the Radical Analytics Manifesto (2016), creating the Digital Analytics Maturity Model (2009), and the Web Analytics Solution Profiler (2006) quality assurance tool, as well as other tools and concepts throughout his thirty years of experience. His latest venture is Da Vinci Tools - a collection of handy enhancements for Google Analytics. Stéphane previously held a leadership position with the award-winning Cardinal Path agency and board positions with the Digital Analytics Association. He holds an MBA specialized in eBusiness from ULaval(2009) where he teaches the fundamentals of digital analytics to Marketing Masters and MBA students, recently accepted the role of Faculty Chair, Digital Analytics, for SimpliLearn / Market Motive and taught hundreds of students enrolled in UBC's Award of Achievement in Digital Analytics. To this date, Stéphane cumulates over a hundred speaking, webinars and workshops events where he shared his passion.
Aurélie Pols designs Data Privacy best practices: documenting data flows in order to limit Privacy backlashes, minimizing risk related to ever increasing data uses while solving for data quality. The most accurate label today would probably be “Privacy Engineer”. She spent the past 15 years optimizing (digital) data-based decision-making processes. This allowed her to co-found and successfully sell her first start-up in Belgium to UK agency Digitas LBi (Publicis). She is used to following the money to optimize data trails; now she follows the data to minimise increasing compliance and Privacy risks while touching upon security best practices and ethical data uses. Her mantra is “Data is the new Oil, Privacy is the new Green, Trust is the new Currency”. Aurélie has spoken at various events all over the globe such as SXSW, Strata + Hadoop World, the IAPP’s Data Protection Congress, Webit, eMetrics summits, and written several white papers on Data Privacy and Privacy engineering best practices. Her experience and network has allowed her to discuss growing data set-ups and requirements as well as their risk, compliance and ethical angles in Europe, the US and Asia. She is part of the European Data Protection Supervisor’s (EDPS) Ethics Advisory Group (EAG) and served as Data Governance and Privacy Advocate for leading Data Management Platform (DMP) Krux Digital Inc., prior to its acquisition by Salesforce. She teaches Privacy and Ethics at IE Business School in Madrid, Solvay Business School in Brussels and co-chairs the IEEE’s P7002 - Data Privacy Process standard initiative while serving as a training advisor to the IAPP, the International Association of Privacy Professionals.
Bart Schutz is a worldwide renowned consumer psychologist. He devotes his career on finding the true drivers and influencers of humanity’s online behavior. Bart co-founded CRO agency Online Dialogue in 2009, is active board member within the Dutch Psychologists Institute (advisory board for its magazine), chairs the EU-advisory group on 'Internet & Psychology' and is renowned for his practical and mind disturbing keynotes, as well as his blog and online course at wheel-of-persuasion.com.
Nadieh Bremer is a graduated Astronomer, turned Data Scientist, turned self-taught Data Visualization Designer. After working for a consultancy & fintech company where she discovered her passion for the visualization of data, she's now working as a freelancing data visualization designer under the name "Visual Cinnamon". She focuses on uniquely crafted (interactive) data visualizations that both engage and enlighten its audience. Secretly, she wouldn't mind venturing into data & generative art as well.
Daniel Gebler is CTO of Picnic, the world's fastest growing online supermarket that makes grocery shopping simple, fun, and affordable for everyone. Previously, he was Director R&D of Fredhopper responsible for the product and technology roadmap and lead engineering teams located in Amsterdam and Sofia. Daniel holds a PhD in Computer Science and an MBA. He published papers, chaired workshops, and edited journals on software correctness.
Jan Hendrik is Manager Innovations en Strategic Partnerships bij EDM. Daarnaast is hij voorzitter van de commissie Klantdata & Dialoog van de Data Driven Marketing Association DDMA.
Martijn voert al 10 jaar online analyses uit voor bedrijven om de ROI van online kanalen en websites te verbeteren. Martijn is sinds begin 2015 werkzaam als freelance digital analist en tevens lid van de MOA Digital Analytics Profgroep
Niels is a Data Analyst at the Bijenkorf where he works on the personalisation and segmentation of the website and online marketing channels. He has a background in statistics, psychology and computer science from his education at the Technical University of Eindhoven where he wrote his thesis on the user experience and usefulness of recommender systems.