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Here are the Data Events You Should Attend Before the End of 2021

By November 4, 2021 April 15th, 2022 No Comments

2021 is coming to a close but there are still many data conferences and events to attend. The pandemic brought the introduction of many aspects into our lives including virtual events which also introduces the opportunity to attend events all around the world. 

The data events of 2021 brought insight and information. We don’t doubt the final events of the year will bring anything less than critical data information. 


Tableau’s annual #Data conference is built on connecting the world’s largest data community. #Data21’s speaker list is teeming with the data world’s finest thought leaders sure to bring their experience, knowledge and storytelling to the virtual stage. Everyone from the CEO of Tableau to the CRO of the Seattle Seahawks, this conference is one to add to your calendar.

Furthermore, this event is completely free, virtual and unlimited in guests meaning there’s nothing keeping you from learning and connecting with the data community. Register now and mark your calendars for November 9-12.

ODCS West 2021

Open Data Science’s is ending 2021 with their annual data conference. ODCS West is even more inclusive than before with an in-person and digital sessions for anyone to enjoy, anywhere around the world. The event is led by the most experienced professionals in the data industry from business such as Stanford University, Microsoft, HP and more!

Located in sunny California, or from the comfort of your own home, ODCS West is November 15-18. Pricing varies by ticket type: 

  • One Day Pass: $570
  • Silver: $856
  • Platinum: $1,856
  • Kickstart Bootcamp: $1,999
  • VIP: $2,427

Open Data Science also offers free tickets in various different ways, but register soon!

Data + AI World Tour

Brought to you by Databricks, this event informs attendees about everything from the latest trends in data management to machine learning as well as how to advance your business in the data world. The event is stopping in three different regions in four different countries, therefore the information they feature is first-class and diverse.

Fortunately for you, the Data + AI World Tour is virtually stopping in the Americas November 17 for a free live stream of top leaders from Databricks and AT&T. Join the data community and reserve your spot now.

Forrester Data Strategy & Insights

Forrester’s online/in-person data strategy event is sure to encourage businesses to put customers at the center of their strategy. This two-day event features the latest in thought leadership and includes a networking portion beneficial to every business. 

The November 18-19, event is located in Austin, TX but offers a virtual option for those unable to make the trip. Pricing varies by account type:

  • Clients: $2,450
  • Non-clients: $2,650
  • Government, Education and Nonprofit: $2,250

 If you want to learn more about data management, governance and literacy, then register today.

Big Data & Analytics West Summit

The second annual Big Data and Strategy West Summit is tailored to Western Canada and the US but is accessible to everyone, anywhere in the world. Hosted by Strategy Institute, this event will deepen the knowledge of participants and update them on current trends and how to implement them in business strategy. Learn best practices from companies like Hootsuite, IBM, Citi and more.

The completely virtual event is December 1-2 and features a diverse group of data experts, therefore the information you learn is up-to-date and from the brightest minds in the industry. Pricing varies by ticket type:

  • Big Data Yearly Membership: $895
  • Full Virtual Access: $495
  • Vendors & Suppliers Pass: $2,195

This event has limited availability so reserve your seat before it’s too late!

With that being said, data is constantly evolving which benefits us in many different ways, but only if you know how to use it. Any of these conferences will teach you more about your data and best practices than you thought possible.