DataFest Tbilisi, an international English-language data festival, is opened in November 17. DataFest Tbilisi is an annual event and is held for the sixth time. Within the framework of the festival, hundreds of guests and more than 40 speakers gather around 5 themes.
Kettari Foundation joined DATAFEST this year. He is the main partner of the festival. Fund Development Director Sergi Gvarjaladze participates in the panel discussion and jury. Kettari will award outstanding startups with prizes.
"We are happy to be the partners of DATAFEST. Currently, our goal is to increase the awareness of our fund, spread information about our accelerator program and other services, identify new interesting startups, and also expand our network of partners and connections. DATAFEST enables this." -says Sergi Gvarjaladze, Development Director of "Ketari" Foundation.
The data conference will also feature workshops and international speakers' speeches, discussions and dataathones in the following areas: data analytics, data journalism, data visualization, data analysis and open governance, data science and artificial intelligence.
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