Asia-Pacific Sports Analytics Conference 2015
The mission of this conference is to provide a forum for industry professionals, including executives and researchers, to discuss the increasing role of analytics in Australia and the global sports industry. We believe sports analytics is not just a catchphrase, but an influential part of the future of sports. Every day, the way we consume sports data and how the game is played is changing the face of the sports industry. The Conference is dedicated to fostering growth and innovation in this analytics arena, and the Sports Analytics Conference enriches opportunities for learning about the sports business world. The conference is open to anyone interested in sports and analytics.
Leagues and Leaders – Love Numbers and Data in Sport Sports Analytics presentations feature experts from leagues, teams, and industry providing insight on how new applications of data analytics are shaping and transforming the sports business. Our speakers share and show details on analytic tools, technologies and strategies used in their organizations.
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When: Friday 28 August, 2015
Where: KPMG, 147 Collins St, Melbourne
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