Driblab will be part of the III Big Data Talent Madrid Meeting

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The third edition of the Big Data Talent Madrid meeting will be held this Thursday, March 7. This event will have the presence of Driblab, represented by our CTO Core Ramiro, as one of the speakers in the parallel day to be held focused on the applications of Big Data in football. The meeting will […]

Published:06/03/2019

The third edition of the Big Data Talent Madrid meeting will be held this Thursday, March 7. This event will have the presence of Driblab, represented by our CTO Core Ramiro, as one of the speakers in the parallel day to be held focused on the applications of Big Data in football. The meeting will take place at the Faculty of Computer Science of the Universidad Complutense. This event brings together leading corporations in the sector and will feature presentations, panels with leading professionals and a ‘Talent Zone’ space that will allow direct contact between attendees and companies where both Driblab and Madribble will have a stand.

The day will start at 9:30 am and has an extensive program in which companies such as Microsoft, Telefonica or Siemens, among others, will be present. The edition of this year highlights for the parallel day on Big Data in football in which Driblab will participate in a panel discussion and presentation with representatives of Opta and Barcelona that will take place at 13 hours in the Aula 7 of the Faculty of Computer Science. For Driblab it is very important to participate in an event of this magnitude and that allows us to approach our work and be in contact with other relevant agents within our sector being able to transmit which are our signs of identity and approaching the emerging talent that seeks to take its first steps in the world of work. For more information we invite you to visit the official website of the III Meeting of Big Data Talent Madrid.

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We are a company based in Madrid founded in 2017 by Salvador Carmona and Cristian Coré Ramiro. Since our inception our work has focused on statistical analysis to help clubs in sports planning. We are a consulting firm that offers personalized services for each client and defends a mixed management model and constant communication to accompany the day to day of the institutions. Our strength is the widest coverage available in number of professional and junior tournaments. For more details please contact us.

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