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Saturday, June 29 • 12:00pm - 1:00pm
Data is the New Capital: Understanding the New Data Marketplace

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The revolution of data technologies has made it easier and cheaper to store and analyze increasing amounts of data. Yet the real data revolution is not simply understanding the data you have - but getting access to thousands of new sources of geo data, social data, business intelligence and finance data, or any industry data. This panel aims to explore the emerging "data marketplace" where free or paid information is available via API. What startups or corporations should consider monetizing their data? When should data be free, and when should it be billable? How can we enforce the owning / licensing of data? And finally, what are the opportunities for startups to enter the 'data-as-a-service' arena?

Moderators
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Justin Massa

Founder & CEO, Food Genius
Justin Massa is the founder and CEO of Food Genius, a big data company centered on the food industry that tracks more than 16.3 million menu items and how consumers interact with them to provide real-time data on restaurant trends and consumer behavior. | | Previously, Justin was the Director of Project and Grant Development at the Metro Chicago Information Center, co-founder and executive director at MoveSmart.org, and a Chicago Public... Read More →

Speakers
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Phil Davis

CEO, Rapleaf
Phil Davis is the CEO of Rapleaf, which provides real-time data on 80% of U.S. emails. As a data veteran, Phil speaks about big data at conferences across the country. | | Prior to Rapleaf, Phil was the President of ConsumerBase where he ran their data division and digital agency. Prior to ConsumerBase, Phil was the SVP / HD of the newly formed online division of Equifax. Before Equifax, Phil was part of the management team that took Daleen... Read More →
avatar for Mike Feldner

Mike Feldner

Geography Head, Mu Sigma
Mike has spent the last 13 years leading teams that leverage data to develop and deliver an improved customer experience. As Geography Head at Mu Sigma, Mike is responsible for people development, thought leadership and client delivery in the Midwest and Southeast. | | Prior to joining Mu Sigma, Mike led the Loyalty and CRM group at Walgreens. In this role, he was responsible for loyalty marketing, customer analytics and customer strategy... Read More →
avatar for Javid Muhammedali

Javid Muhammedali

VP Product, Monster Worldwide
Since 2008, Javid has led the team responsible for Monster's search and match products on the global platform and has led Monster's Semantic Search product management team to launch multiple products in the US and around the globe.   | | Prior to Monster, Javid worked for Peoplefluent and led the go-to-market and launch of the first integrated talent management suite in the industry. Javid was awarded a patent for his work on recruitment... Read More →
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Craig Ulliott

VP of Product & CTO, Belly
Craig Ulliott is a British-born serial technologist and entrepreneur currently serving as VP of Product and CTO at Belly. | | Craig’s list of services and companies he’s built or founded include Card Creator, Ohaso Limited, Where I’ve Been, SocialKaty Inc, and now Belly. Craig also serves as the CTO of Chicago Ideas Week, is an advisor at several Chicago area startups, and is a mentor at 1871.  | | Craig keeps the... Read More →



Saturday June 29, 2013 12:00pm - 1:00pm
2 - Bing Stage

Attendees (15)