The Liverpool Data Science & Analytics gathering is returning on 17th of September

Date: Wednesday, August 14, 2019

Liverpool Data Science & Analytics (DS&A) meetup aims to bring together a community of people who are interested in all things data.

This group is having a bit of a soft relaunch. We will be arranging some regular moderate gatherings, where we give a chance to hear about a project that a member is working on and then a tool that a member is using.

We encourage all attendees to stick around after the talks, it's a great place to chat to like-minded individuals working in this space in Liverpool City Region.

As this is a Liverpool based event, we’d encourage you all to spread the word! … “We will not have to travel to Manchester for a great data meetup event”.

Village are stepping in for now to get the group rerunning and provide venue and a bit of organisation. We are aiming at a time that people can come to at the end of work but is also family friendly and possible for people who work in Liverpool but commute home.

We'll start at 5 pm and aim to complete the formal part by 6:30 pm, You can attend just the 2nd talk if you wish.

We are aiming to have a series of moderate gatherings of data science, business intelligence types to hear about people’s projects, and learn about possible tools and techniques. The focus is on repeatable not flashy.

More details nearer the time.

Timetable for the September 17th Meetup:

5:00 Introduction and Welcome

5:20 25 minutes on a members project

5:45 break to visit bar if required

6:00 25 minutes on a tool a member uses.

6:25 Concluding discussion, date of next meeting

6:30. Retreat to 'Folk' (onsite bar) for those who wish to.


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Johnny Read

Johnny is a businessman in touch with his inner geek. He seeks to bring together his understanding of business and technology to put solutions together. He particularly works in the Business Intelligence and Enterprise Systems parts of the business, and has been with Village over 20 years. As well as being a partner in the business he is a lecturer at Liverpool Business School.

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