Web Analytics Wednesday Copenhagen April 2023

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Web Analytics Wednesday Copenhagen April 2023

The Community for data, marketing and digital analytics

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Københavns Professionshøjskole - Campus Carlsberg 3 Humletorvet 1799 København Denmark

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  • 6 hours
  • Mobile eTicket

An Evening of Analytics and Marketing Knowledge Sharing

Web Analytics Wednesday is an international event for analysts and marketers with talks from international and local speakers. IIH Nordic has facilitated the Danish WAW by arranging recurrent events in Copenhagen and periodic events in Århus and abroad since 2008.

At every WAW we aim to secure top-knowledgeable and experienced speakers within the field as well as making sure the sessions will be relevant, updating and exciting to you.

Joining a Web Analytics Wednesday is not only about gaining new insights or hearing about interesting learning experiences, it is also a great opportunity to meet likeminded professionals from whom you can learn or teach about your own experience in the field.

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The program so far...

15.45 - 15.50: Check in & welcome, with Jomar Reyes (AU) & Steen Rasmussen (DK), IIH Nordic

15.50 - 16.25: Opening Keynote: Leading with Numbers, Julius Fedorovicius (EE), AnalyticsMania

16.25 - 16.50: Data, the Path of Least Resistance, TBA, Snowplow

16.50 - 17.15: Let’s talk CRAP, Bhavik Patel (UK), CAUSL

17.15 - 17.45: Breakout sessions

17.45 - 18.15: The Big Break

18.15 - 18.40: Users vs. Products, TBA, Amplitude

18.40 - 19.05: Fighting Force for Data, Caroline Vidal (SE) & Julianna Sawma (US), IIH Nordic

19.05 – 19.40: Keynote: It’s about People, Ton Wesseling (NL),

19.40 - 20.05 TBA

20.05 - 20.10: Perspectives & Closure, with Steen Rasmussen (DK), IIH Nordic

20.10 - Conversations - Theme talk – the last selected words, You (Anywhere)

20.35 - End of the road – Networking and free hugs…

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