So far, Data Natives has reached 60,000 data scientists, industry experts, leading entrepreneurs, and influencers around the globe- and we're just getting started.
Going into our fourth year of Data Natives, we’re more committed than ever to being the most useful resource for our data-driven family that we can be. So whether you’re looking for a killer employee to complete your dream team, that all-important investor, or just looking to be inspired by tomorrow’s data-driven tech, here are 4 ways to get involved with our community.
1. Put Yourself Out There
What better way to get the word out there about your killer idea, project or research than to present it in front of 1,600 tech industry pros? We’re looking for new voices and fresh ideas to join our killer line-up for Data Natives 2018. Our Open Call for Speakers closes on June 1st,so don’t miss out!
2. Get the VIP Treatment
Everyone loves being a VIP, and Data Natives' sponsors truly get the royal treatment - thousands of eyeballs on your branding, the inside track on attendees, and killer networking opportunities. Get in touch at email@example.com and let us tailor a package that’s right for you.
3. Keep It Local
Even before we unleashed Data Natives on the world, we were committed to bringing together local data-driven communities in cities across Europe, for free. In the run up to DN2018, we’ll still be bringing you the freshest data insights our your doorstep. Next up: Athens and Berlin. Keep your eyes on dataconomy.com/events to see when the Data Natives family will be coming to a city near you.
4. Attend Data Natives (For Free!)
Of course, the easiest way to connect with the Data Natives community is to join us on the 22-23 November for Data Natives 3.0. Our Earlybird tickets are only on sale until June 1st, so don’t miss out! Get yours here.
Also, don’t miss out on your chance to attend Data Natives 2018 for free! Fill out our community survey, let us know how we can be more valuable to you, and you could win 2 tickets to join us in November for the data science event of the year.