Data secrets you need to know!

Working with data can seem daunting. Find out how to break down those data barriers and unlock the true potential of your data in this free webinar.

Unlock the power of your organisation’s data!

We often hear that people feel they don’t have the right data or the information they really need, when they need it. Sometimes it’s not a lack of data, but way too much information to make sense of.

Well it’s possible to break down some of those barriers and tap into your data to harness the potential within. In this FREE webinar we’ll take you through the fundamentals of data and making use of it to tell your story.

We will also share how your organisation can measure and improve its level of “data maturity” using proven methods and models.

This is a whirlwind tour! Designed to help you better understand data in general and how it fits within your organisation. We’ll explore how to reliably capture the right things, and then use them effectively. And we will share some of the common skills, tools, and approaches that could improve what you’re already doing today.

In this webinar we will...


Demystify common data terms and theory 


Explain and simplify the "life cycle" of data so you can see how this fits with your organisation


Explain the Data Science Maturity model and find out where your organisation fits


Introduce the concept of the  "Data Scientist" and highlight their contribution to the data journey


Explore how data can be turned into data stories and why this needs to be a more than a "spreadsheet" solution


Highlight some inspirational examples of great data story telling

About our speaker

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Nick Kemp
CEO – Wild Bamboo

Nick has worked in information technology for more than 20 years. He has worked across technical, commercial, and social domains and can bring them together or translate between them to get the best of each world.

Nick believes that data – and more importantly the rich stories between the numbers – can be a catalyst to create connections, spark new ideas, and drive change.