Tag Archives: Big Data

Perfect business matching using big data

Messe Frankfurt works to bring the right people together in the right place at the right time. With its various business matching offers, the trade fair company makes sure the right people meet up at its various events. We spoke with Coordinator of Web Solutions at Messe Frankfurt Digital Services, Henric Uherek, about what the trade fair organiser offers its customers in terms of business matching, what advantages this has, and what role big data plays. Continue reading

GDPR – a challenge and an opportunity for marketing

The European Union’s new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is intended to protect the fundamental rights and freedoms of natural persons and, in particular, their right to protect and move their personal data. In practice, this entails a number of organizational and technical measures. As many people are not yet aware, this also applies to marketing.

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Big data requires intelligence

Data is the raw material of the 21st century. It is left by users in rough quantities as “digital footprints” on their customer journey through the internet. Companies simply have to evaluate this “big data” to increase sales and customer loyalty. But does big data really help and is the whole thing really as easy as it sounds? Continue reading

A look into the glass ball of data: predictive analytics in marketing

Predictive analytics promise to help us predict the future – a capability that has always fascinated mankind. In the world of marketing, data analysis that enables forecasts of the future, would be a powerful instrument for using budgets in a targeted way and optimizing the success of campaigns and measures.

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Big data, big change? Digital marketing transformation-the status quo

The digitalization of corporate communication is progressing. Two key features of this development are the advent of big data and the associated automation in marketing. But the main problem with this development is that marketers are marketers. They’re not data analysts.

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