[March 19th, 2020]
The program of the DW&BI Summit, which has been moved to June, has been completed. We have succeeded, especially thanks to the flexibility of our speakers, in moving the practically the entire conference schedule to June. As was our aim in moving to June: all sessions scheduled for March 25th (except for one) will take place on June 9th and all sessions for March 26th will take place on June 10th. The session by Egge van der Poel on day-one will be replaced by a session by Keith McCormick. Furthermore, Wayne Eckerson will be replaced by his colleague Kevin Petrie but presenting the same sessions.
For attendees that had already registered, this means that 13 out of 14 sessions remain intact and in the same time slot, which is important for the sessions running in parallel.
All attendees will be informed by e-mail with further instructions. We will continue to use our step-by-step plan of March 12th.
[March 12th, 2020]
The Data Warehousing & Business Intelligence Summit has been moved to June 9 and 10th. Please find more information on how we will proceed with this on this webpage: www.dwbisummit.com/coronavirus.
[March 7th, 2020]
The recent outbreak of COVID-19 coronavirus is top of mind for us all and the safety of our customers, speakers and staff is the most important as we prepare for a successful Data Warehousing & Business Intelligence Summit.
The Data Warehousing & Business Intelligence Summit is moving ahead as scheduled. We’re continuously tracking developments about the coronavirus from the Dutch RIVM (Dutch National Institute for Public Health and Environmental Protection) and the World Health Organization. We are following their guidelines to help prevent the spread of the virus. More information can be found on www.dwbisummit.com/coronavirus.
We recommend you follow the travel recommendations issued by the World Health Organization. We are taking additional steps as needed. One of those is that on March 4th we have decided, together with the venue Van der Valk Hotel Utrecht, to double the conference room capacity for the DW&BI Summit which takes place on March 25th and 26th.
We’re anticipating a great DW&BI Summit, and we are looking forward to having you join us as planned.
All developments regarding the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) can be found at the website of the RIVM.
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