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Annual Conference 2018 - The Ripple Effect

Royal Garden Hotel, Kensington, London

9:00 AM - 4:30 PM


The BHBIA Annual Conference 2018 is being held on the 14-15th May 2018, at the Royal Garden Hotel, London, attracting around 300 delegates from across the spectrum of healthcare business intelligence (market research, business information, commercial analytics, sales force effectiveness) and allied fields. The BHBIA Annual Conference is a members' only event - open to BHBIA Corporate, Affiliate and Personal members only.

This years conference theme is "The Ripple Effect"

Call for Papers Submission Deadline: 26th September

Each and every one of us impacts our business each and every day. It’s a ripple effect, like a stone thrown into a pond creating ripples across the water and waves against the shore. Our actions in business create ripples and each ripple will directly or indirectly effect how well our business succeeds.

Business Intelligence insights are stones creating ripples across business, sometimes far-reaching, creating a chain of events with broad-ranging implications. Demonstrating how actions and implications are inextricably linked – from those which influence research and insight, to our ability to inspire change and optimise brand success – this year’s conference aims to share the impacts of BI ripples across healthcare today.

This year we would like to see a wide variety of papers, case-studies and workshops that focus on the theme of the ‘ripple effect’. You might focus on where BI has created a ripple effect that has either directly or indirectly impacted on business decisions (e.g. impactful BI, engaging or innovative research, novel BI tools, applications or methodologies which have led to increased brand success, customer engagement etc.). Alternatively, you may wish to look at how external factors are creating ripples that impact on our industry and how we in BI need to adapt our practices to stay one step ahead.

For details on why and how to submit - download the call for papers

Click here to submit your synopsis

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