Big data, small data. Data from wearables. Data is everywhere. But how can you use data to grow your business? The Internet of Things is another phrase you keep hearing – but how can your business leverage data from all these sources to gain advantage over your competitors?
Join us for this morning conference at Montclair State where we will explore the uses of data and Internet of Things to improve decision making in your business to grow your business faster and smarter.
Event also features a keynote address by Michele Brown, CEO ofChoose NJ and former CEO of the NJ Economic Development Authority.
This event is a fantastic opportunity to network with new people, because it's a collaboration with three other organizations - there will be a lot of new people in the room who have not been at our Meetups in the past!
While all our events so far have been free, there will be a fee charged for this event. The cost is $25. The admission fee includes a free parking pass! To pay using a credit card, please register at:
Or you can pay by check at the door.
7:30 a.m. REGISTRATION AND CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST
8:15 a.m. OPENING REMARKS
8:45 – 9:45 a.m. PANEL 1 – Disruption: How to Leverage the Internet of Things to Enhance Your Business
Daniel Borok, Managing Partner, Newark Venture Partners
Leecia Eve, VP of State Government Affairs for the NJ, NY & CT region, Verizon
Chris Leberknight, associate professor of Computer Science, Montclair State
Michael Liguori, CEO and Founder, Vognition
Moderator: Barbara E. Kauffman, Executive VP, Newark Regional Business Partnership
9:45 – 10:00 a.m. COFFEE BREAK
10:00 – 11:00 a.m. PANEL 2 - Using Data for Being Agile and Nimble, and to Grow your Business
Bob Agresti, CFO/COO, O’Neill Logistics
David Gaudreau, Vice President of B-to-B Services, Infogroup
Carina Pologruto, EVP and General Manager, i.Predictus
Moderator: Rashmi Jain, professor and chair of Department of Information Management and Business Analytics, Montclair State
11:00 a.m. CLOSING REMARKS
This event is sponsored by Audible, Berkeley College, M&T Bank, Sobel & Co., Web-Epoch.