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This Developing Delaware virtual conference will focus on data

Delaware State Chamber of Commerce's Oct. 14 event will feature speakers from Dynata, CompassRed and Brookfield Properties.

The power of data analysis. (Photo by Pexels user Lukas, used under a Creative Commons license)

Does data matter for your business? These speakers say yes.

The Delaware State Chamber of Commerce’s Developing Delaware: Conversation, Collaboration, Innovation conference is happening virtually on Wednesday, Oct. 14, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., featuring the theme of data in Delaware.

The event will feature three one-hour talks:

  • Gary S. Laben, CEO of Dynata — Data in Delaware: What we know, what we don’t know, and why it matters to your business
  • Patrick Callahan, cofounder of CompassRed — Understanding Delaware and Delawareans Through Data: Using data sets to answer critical business questions
  • Jared Chupaila, CEO of Brookfield Properties — The Future of Retail

There will also be virtual networking and a keynote address by Gov. John Carney.

Developing Delaware will take place entirely on the Delaware State Chamber of Commerce app, with tickets starting at $45 for Chamber members. See the event page for registration and more info.


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