Event

Data storytellers

In the new digital economy, everything is related to data and data storytelling is the next evolution of how we tell stories. Come and learn how to communicate effectively, to become a data storyteller!

The phrase “data storytelling” has been associated with many things—data visualizations, infographics, dashboards, data presentations, and so on. Too often data storytelling is interpreted as just visualizing data effectively, however, it is much more than just creating visually-appealing data charts. Data storytelling is a structured approach for communicating data insights, and it involves a combination of three key elements: data, visuals, and narrative.

This event is tailor-made for any professional who wants to learn to communicate data effectively. From practitioners working with analysis, data science, statistics, content creation all the way to managers, leaders, employees who want to learn and improve their narrative, visualization, reporting and communication skills.

What will you learn?

  • Facts why storytelling is the most important skill today
  • Examples of effective data storytelling
  • How to tell a story
  • Visualization & storytelling
  • The Language of Data Storytelling
  • Examples of effective data storytelling, and how and where it can be used

 

Prices and ticket options

Silver ticket (100 max) 995 SEK. Included in the package: arena entrance. Snacks, refreshments, and documentation are included.

VIP Ticket (60 max) 2199 SEK. Enjoy the event from the theater balcony followed by a 3-course dinner including refreshments. Documentation is included in the ticket.

For more information about the speakers and registration klick here

Agenda

14.30 Registration starts

15.00 Using photos as data to understand how people live. Anna Rosling Rönnlund, GapMinder

15.30 How to tell a story. Carin Gerhaldsen, Swedish crime writer

16.00 Where does data storytelling fit into the broader landscape of data exploration, visualization, and presentation? Diego Galar, Luleå University of Technology

16.30 How to not accidentally create data visualizations that lie. Nick Desbaratats, Perceptual Edge

17.00 How data storytelling can be used to communicate with customers and internally with Decision makers - TBA

17.30 Networking Mingle. Share your datastory over a glass of cava.

18.00 The Language of Data Storytelling: The Art of Telling Stories and Avoiding Fairy Tales. David Svensson, Knowit and Pia Falkborn, Knowit

19.00 Curtain Call - AW and VIP dinner continues.

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