31 October 2019

6:30 pm


The Executive Centre, Level 17, Fraser's Tower, 182 Cecil Street, Singapore

Event Details

According to IBM, there are 2.5 quintillion bytes of data created each day. With that, 90% of all data that currently exists has only been created in the last two years!

With companies dealing with more and more data about their own business, their customers and their competitors, how do you use it to your advantage and to drive results? How do you become a truly data-driven business?

At our panel, Becoming a Data Driven Business, our panelists will explore:

  • How companies can use data to drive results
  • Where to start in collecting and analysing data for your business
  • The best examples of data driven businesses



Tomithy Too | Investment Manager @ ST Telemedia

Tomithy plays the role of the seeker & investor with ST Telemedia, which invest across Telcos, Data Centres and growth stage tech companies in the Artificial Intelligence/Big data, Cybersecurity and Cloud technology space. As the key technology lead, Tomithy actively works with target and existing portfolio companies in terms of their technical diligence, business strategy and commercial evaluation via the CTO, CPO & engineering teams. He aims to sieve out the golden tech snitch from all the noise and fluff out there.

Tomithy has a degree in computational biology and is proficient in programming and artificial intelligence.

Swayam Narain | Co-Founder & CTO @ Affable

Swayam Narain is the co-founder of Affable (www.affable.ai), the AI driven Influencer Marketing Platform. Affable tracks over 2 billion posts on social media and uses cutting edge machine learning to profile social media influencers and their audience. He leads tech at Affable where he is responsible for the development of data platforms and machine learning systems that scale.

Swayam has a degree in Artificial Intelligence from Singapore University of Technology and Design, where he graduated top of his class.

Dates and fees


31 October 2019

6:30 pm



The Executive Centre,
Level 17,
Fraser's Tower,
182 Cecil Street,

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