Top Data Conferences in Europe 2024 & 2025

Discover top data conferences, summits, and events covering everything data-related
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Data Management
29 - 29 May, 2024 Paris,  France
CDAO France is the latest installment of the world leading series of CDAO events

CDO Europe Exchange

01 Jun 2024 Germany
Data Saturday Croatia 2024 is a free one-day event for professionals who use the Microsoft data platform.

CDO Europe Exchange

10 - 11 Jun, 2024 Munich,  Germany
Our Chief Data Officer events feature a collection of inspiring CDO leaders from across the globe’s leading brands, who share a common goal – to put data at the heart of everything they do. During an unparalleled and immersive two-day experience, attendees hear personal perspectives and practical solutions to unlock business value and transform data.

European Power Platform Conference 2024

11 - 13 Jun, 2024 Brussels,  Belgium
European Power Platform Conference brings together the Microsoft Power Platform Community for 3 invaluable days of in-person learning, connections and inspiration.

The AI Summit London

12 - 13 Jun, 2024 London,  United Kingdom
You'll watch acclaimed keynote speakers from companies such as DXC Technology, Ericsson and NetApp.

CDO Institute

12 - 12 Jun, 2024 Munich,  Germany
Shape your technological vision, fortify your digital defences, or unlock the full potential of your data through these enriching experiences.

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