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SAMPLE SCHEUDLE 2015
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Tuesday, November 10 • 9:30am - 10:30am
Bottlenose

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Session Title: The Big Business of Big Data & Trend Intelligence in the Streaming Information Age

Do you want to understand the landscape of big/streaming data. What is it, who’s using it, and what are the implications for your business, industry and personal life? Join us for an interactive conversation about the business opportunities around big data today and into the future— followed by an overview of our patented Bottlenose Nerve Center platform capabilities (which identifies emerging trends from streaming data and provides the context necessary to make insights actionable). Then, attendees will enjoy a live "war room" demo of the platform, and Q&A with Director of Analytics and Strategy, Adam Blumenfeld.

Special Message to Attendees from Host Company: Park in the Sherman Oaks Galleria (entrances on Ventura and Camarillo), and take elevators or stairs to the 1st floor. The entrance to Building D is located next to Starbucks. Take the elevator to the 2nd floor and exit right from the elevator lobby. Suite 210 will be straight ahead. Parking validations and donuts will be provided.  

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Adam Blumenfeld

Director of Analytics & Strategy, Bottlenose

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Bottlenose

Bottlenose was founded with a mission to solve the ‘signal-to-noise problem’ in fast-moving streams of information. Our patented platform continuously analyzes streams of data to detect emerging trends, threats and opportunities for enterprise customers.  We go beyond analytics to discovery; illuminating the "why" behind the "what", and making it radically easier to handle data volume, variety and velocity.