D+W London Oct - How to Build and Maintain Your Data Brand

Data + Women London

Oct 24, 2023, 4:30 – 7:00 PM

The Information Lab, 25 Watling Street, Greater London, EC4M 9BR



About this event

Join us at The Information Lab's offices on Tuesday 24th October from 5:30pm - 8pm for the next Data + Women London's user group meet up! 

(Don't worry, it's also virtual so you can also join us from outside of London via the meeting link, kicking off from 6pm)

October's event will include two sessions: 

- Eleanor Thompson will be talking about Taking the Leap: The Journey to Entrepreneurship

- Jade Cass will be talking about Building Customer Advocacy Programmes: The Power of Transforming Customer Feedback into Data Driven & Actionable Insights  

There'll then be time for networking with a game to kick things off & refreshments provided

This month our speakers will be focusing on building a brand, whether that be your personal brand that you want to curate, your own business that you are looking to start, or the business you work for that you want to help grow, this session will incorporate tips, life lessons and some words of encouragement to motivate you to get started. We can't wait to see you all there!

Data + Women is a community and meetup group for women who work in, with and around data. Our aim is to promote and celebrate the achievements and success of women and the stories they have to tell about their time and experiences in the data industry. As the London chapter we host face-face events around the centre of London, with the occasional hybrid/ virtual event too. Everyone's welcome (you don't have to be a woman!) & our aim is to promote and celebrate the voices of women in the London data space.


  • Sophie Sparkes

    The Information Lab

    Information Designer & Community Manager

  • Addie McNamara


    Sales Engineer



Tuesday, October 24, 2023
4:30 PM – 7:00 PM UTC


Welcome & News
Learnings from Taking the Leap
How to Build a Customer Advocacy Programme
Wrap Up
Game, networking & refreshments


  • Ellie Slater

    John Lewis Partnership

    User Group Leader

  • Josie Stubbs


    User Group Leader

  • Kerine Taylor


    User Group Leader

Contact Us