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ACS NSW and Digivizer

Data & Analytics is a topic that has been described as the new oil to drive value in an organization, yet whilst many organizations are getting better at data management, they may not be data-driven and getting the best out of it. Hear from a number of experts as to how the market leaders are driving growth through leveraging customer and marketing data and testing.

Event Start: Wed 07 Jun 08:30 AM
Event Finish: Wed 07 Jun 11:30 AM


Registration End Date: Tue 06 Jun 12:30 PM

<p>Data &amp; Analytics is a topic that has been described as the new oil to drive value in an organisation, yet whilst many organisations are getting better at data management, they may not be data-driven and getting the best out of it.<br><br>ACS NSW and Digivizer are delighted to announce our in-person panel event where we will be discussing;  <strong><em>How to drive growth through leveraging data in your organization.</em></strong><br>Hear from Emma Lo Russo CEO and co-founder of Digivizer, Satya Upadhyaya, Vice President, Campaign Optimisation &amp; Change Citibank, Teena Wooldridge, Director of  Marketing, APAC Talent Solutions, Dan Locke, Head of Digital IMB Bank and Theresa Eyssens MD, Industry X Sales Leader from Accenture on how market leaders are driving growth through leveraging customer and marketing data and testing.<br>Join us at 8:30am for an networking opportunities with our panel and the team at ACS NSW and Digivizer.<br>Workshop times:<br><strong>8.30am arrival for 9:00 am sharp<br>10.45am finish followed by networking with your peers until 11.30am</strong>.<br><br><br><br> </p>

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Emma Lo Russo -  Digivizer

Emma Lo Russo - Digivizer

Emma Lo Russo is CEO of Digivizer, Australia’s global digital marketing insights technology and
activations company, which she co-founded in 2010.

Digivizer helps businesses make better decisions and drive greater returns about their investment
in digital marketing, across organic, earned and paid social media, search, and website media.
Emma is also CEO of, a leading data-driven agency and destination for all things gaming
and esports, which is backed by Digivizer Insights and she founded in 2017.

Emma is the winner of a number of industry awards, recognizing her contributions to business,
innovation and leadership, was ACS Awards CXO Disruptor of the Year in 2018 and for
Thought Leadership in 2019. She was Entrepreneur of the Year in the 2021 ARN Women in ICT
Award and has been a Portfolio CEO for Heads Over Heels since 2015.

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Satya Upadhyaya - Citi

Satya Upadhyaya - Citi

Satya Upadhyaya is a martech practitioner with a focus on taking businesses on the transformation journey from present state to future state, building target operating models and solving business problems by connecting the dots across people, process, data and technology, delivering value for customer communication orchestration, design and development for connected customer experiences.

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Theresa Eyssens - Accenture

Theresa Eyssens - Accenture

Originally from Canada, Theresa has global experience in creating strategies for digital transformations that grow companies, profits, and service offerings - as one example, growing a start-up from $0 to over $100m per year in three years, with $600m of signings and a team of over 500.

Her new role at Accenture is Managing Director - Industry X Sales Leader Growth Markets, where she will continue to focus working with client companies on strategies for growth, including in new markets. She previously worked at Optus as Vice President Customer Solutions & Cloud, as Vice President - Customer Success at Salesforce Australia, and at IBM.

She's passionate about helping organisations harness the power of emerging technologies - and the data that flows as a result - to accelerate their digital transformations and maximise the impact and return on their investments in technology.

Theresa is the 2022 recipient of the ARN Women in ICT award for outstanding achievement and leadership.

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Daniel Locke - IMB Bank

Daniel Locke - IMB Bank

Daniel leads the digital team at IMB Bank, which includes accountability for growth, website & social channels, digital banking services, and adopting AI and Machine Learning (ML) into the business.
Daniel has held various roles across the banking and financial services industry, including roles at IMB Bank and Commonwealth Bank, and in the telco and gaming industries, covering technology, business intelligence, sales and operations, and strategy and digital. He led the team that launched IMB Bank's in-app messaging service, the first in the Australian banking sector.


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Teena Wooldridge - APAC Talent Solutions

Teena Wooldridge - APAC Talent Solutions

A dynamic and innovative marketing leader with over 20 years of international experience in global, matrixed organisations. Experience across Asia Pacific with leadership positions supporting Hong Kong, Singapore, India, Taiwan and Australia.

A high-performing people leader with a passion for leveraging diversity to inspire and motivate multicultural teams to achieve outstanding results. Open and clear communicator at all levels with strong relationships to the C-level as well as strategic, corporate partners and sponsors.

A champion for the customer, with the ability to merge strategic objectives of the organisation, with the needs of the customer, shareholders and team.

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Level 27, 100 Barangaroo Avenue,Sydney,NSW,Australia

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  • ACS NSW, International Tower 1
    Level 27, 100 Barangaroo Avenue
    Sydney NSW 2000
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  • Event Start: Wed 07 Jun 08:30 AM
    Event Finish: Wed 07 Jun 11:30 AM
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