Analytics Summit

Tuesday 13 June 2019

IET London,
Savoy Place, London WC2R OBL

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Brought to you by The OR Society in association with the Royal Statistical Society (RSS), the Annual Analytics Summit brings together speakers and exhibitors from the very cutting edge of analytics to deliver a one-day event that is a one-stop shop for learning about how big data and analytics are shaping the future of organisational decision making. Filled with case studies, new innovations, and strategies on how to turn data to effective decisions the Annual Analytics Summit is an event not to be missed.

The aim of this event is to demonstrate, by way of case examples, how developments in analytics are leading to increased competitive advantage. The programme will present case studies in the morning that will be business-relevant and highlight the value creation opportunities of analytics. Afternoon workshops will give delegates the opportunity to find out details about particular techniques or methodologies used.


Sign up before 30 April 2019 to benefit from an early bird discount. Join The OR Society today and then book your ticket to immediately benefit from the membership discount.

  Early bird Standard rate
OR Society and RSS Member £150 £200
Non-member £175 £225


Megan Lucero at the Analytics Summit

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Speakers and Exhibitors at AS19

Meet our lineup of fantastic speakers at the Annual Analytics Summit 2019, and get to know the exhibitors before you meet them.

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Our Analytics Network

The OR Society has a number of 'special interest groups' and the Analytics Network is one of the largest and most active. If you would like to network with analytics professionals and stay in touch with learning opportunities throughout the year, please consider joining.

Find out about our Analytics Network

The Royal Statistical Society (RSS)

The Annual Analytics Summit is run by The OR Society with the support of The Royal Statistical Society (RSS). The RSS promotes statistics, data and evidence for the public good. It is one of the world's leading learned societies and the only UK professional body for all statisticians. Find out more about the RSS at

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Talks from past analytics summits

All you need is AI…(and a good strategy plan)

John Crocker looks back at Appolo Tankeh and Tom Ward's presentation on AI and strategy at the 2018 Annual Analytics Summit

View Appolo's and Tom's AI talk here

How the BSB assesses ‘fuzzy’ human behaviour & culture concepts at banks

Qamar Zaman and Celia Moore discussed the the Banking Standards Board's framework for matching what companies do to the most satisfactory consumer outcomes for those companies.


Watch Qamar's and Celia's discussion

Data Science at the Home Office

The opening paper at 2018's Annual Analytics Summit, ‘Data Science at the Home Office’, was presented by Rupert Chaplin, Head of Data Science at the Home Office.

See Rupert's talk here

Transport for the North – Realising the Vision of the Northern Powerhouse

Richard Bradley, Head of Data Modelling and Appraisal for Transport for the North (TfN) detailed how new approaches to old problems could gain new efficiencies in transport planning.

Watch Richard's presentation here

The Business Ethics Canvas: A Simple Tool for Designing Ethical Data Products

Iain Randolph

Geospatial Analytics in a World of Big Data and AI

Dominic Stubbins

GDPR: Human Dignity and the Right to an Explanation

Luciano Floridi

Ethics Panel Q&A

Sarah Gates, Luciano Floridi, Jessica Montgomery and Sue Daley

Data Science at the Ministry of Justice

Jonathan Roberts

Harnessing the Power of Data

Claire Thompson

Closing Plenary 2017

Peter Wells

Data vs Insight

Megan Lucero

Spotfire & Beyond

Kate Huish & Justin Sebok

Managing Risk in the Education Sector using Data Science

David Goody

Embedding Analytics at the heart of Marks & Spencer

Pete Williams

AAM Associates and Hull Business School The Analytics of Hunger

Andy Hamflett and Giles Hindle

How to make the Leap to Data Science

David Goody