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8 things Kiwi businesses need to do to keep their data safe
By Carmen Vicelich, Founder and CEO of Data Insight This week’s global cyberattack on hundreds of thousands of businesses
Carmen Vicelich: not your standard data geek
Carmen Vicelich: IT Entrepreneur not your standard data geek. Read the full NZ Herald article here
Data Geeks Unite!
Data geeks unite! A round-up of thoughts and top trends from the NZ Marketing Association’s ‘Smarter Data 2017’ conference. by
Big data and marketing: curse or cure?
In this week’s National Business Review, Data Insight’s CEO Carmen Vicelich discusses the fundamental role data plays in customer experience.
“Just because you can, doesn’t mean you should” – Data Insight’s CEO, Carmen Vicelich highlights the importance of data transparency
Making Sense of Data: How to get started on your data driven journey
Making sense of data– How to get started on your data-driven journey by Jamie Graham “We are drowning in information,
Your Company Data: Left-brain or Right-brain driven?
Your company data: Left-brain or Right-brain driven? The power of data: how to evolve and compete in the age of
Top Digital Data Trends 2017
Data Insight founder and CEO Carmen Vicelich talks top digital and data trends for 2017 at the Marketing Association first Sunrise Breakfast session
Carmen shares her experience as a leader running her own business
At an event recently held for The Icehouse turning 15, Data Insight’s CEO, Carmen Vicelich, was a guest speaker. The
Speaking in Australia on optimising your Lending Decisions
Data Insight’s CEO, Carmen Vicelich spoke recently at the ARCA (Australian Retail Credit Association) National Conference in Adelaide, South Australia.
From corporate office to award-winning startup – in just 4 years
Our CEO & Founder, Carmen Vicelich, recently shared her entrepreneurial journey and her vision of disrupting the business world of
The Art of Data
Give any two data analysts the same sample and – in theory – they should derive the same insights. But