linking knowledge to success
Knowledge. We run extensive market research to identify trends and information that is crucial for succeeding in the digital age, afterwards, we reinterpret it and break it down to make it inspirational, concrete, provoking and useful.
People. You are the center of our gatherings. People bring knowledge to life by asking questions, debating over it, challenging concepts and collaborating towards a solution together. Our business meetings turn the participants from passive listeners to active contributors. Working groups, networking breaks and extensive time dedicated to ensure that YOU matter.
Quality. Our conferences are crafted, rather than organised. We felt there are already enough companies running hundreds of conferences that lack focus and simply follow a trend. We impart a message and conduct solid research on the topics, producing our gatherings from scratch. Our limited number of products is an indication of our commitment to quality rather than quantity and depth rather than superficiality.
It is when we share and debate over ideas with others that they acquire shape, meaning and eventually substance
Voice of our clients
Great variety of speakers representing different levels of MDM maturityDupont Nutrition & Health
Well chosen subjects. Well selected speakers and sponsors. Great location.DSM
Very well organized and amazing ThinkLinkers staff! Thank you.The Linde Group
For me this event was very relevant! Being new in the Master Data World, it was really interesting to hear about all the different approaches within governance, change management, solutions and etc. Good and interesting speakers.Pandora
A very relevant conference with many good speakers. The setting with the limited number of participants gave good opportunity to interact both with speakers and other participantsMaersk Drilling
It was a very informative and useful event for us! It was good to meet people in the same field but from other industries. Good to know that more people struggle with the same things as us.Pon Equipment and Pon Power
Good topics, good in showing different perspectives of the MDM in different business environmentCoca-Cola HBC
The conference was very interesting and productive. The atmosphere was great thanks to limited number of the guests. I was able to meet specialists that helped me with my actual questions.Terumo Europe
Very well organised event with a good mixture of talks and people. Great open and interactive atmosphere with like-minded people.Uniserv
As always great and of up most value. Fun & interesting. Great exchange opportunity.Sartorius Stedim Biotech
Well organized and from a content perspective invaluable! I believe this event will prove to be one of the most powerful enablers for the discipline that is Master Data Management. It gave me so much great food for thought and important insights, especially for our emerging demands as a business.Chain IQ Group AG
As always very well organized! Great location, very good presenters/presentations! Good networking - a lot of "take awaySartorius
A great event with real MDM experts sharing knowledge openly in a very well organized personal environmentCamelot Management Consultants AG
I have to say it was a really great event. I am used to big conferences but the MDM Thinklab is something special – good group dynamic and obviously well organized!INEOS Styrolution
Thank you for the fantastic event - Master Data Marathon! Impossible becomes possible!Oticon
Overall this was a very worth while experience and delivered fantastically over a 24 hour period. It is the first of it’s kind that I have attended but won’t be my last. Congratulations to all involved on the delivery of a unique and exceptional Master Data Marathon.Shaw Communications
Thanks for organizing the Master Data Marathon! The sessions they were very informative and useful!Swiss Re
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November 08, 2023Ani Avetisyan
Standing Out in the Digital Crowd: Strategies for Appealing to Modern Customers
In today's rapidly changing business landscape, consumer behavior is undergoing a profound transformation.
October 05, 2023Pio Marolla
5 Ways to Get Budget for your Data projects
Let's talk about a topic that's absolutely critical: MONEY.
September 13, 2023Pio Marolla
5 things to look forward to at the 8th Data Management ThinkLab in Berlin
After a wonderful summer, there’s something to look forward to this fall. After 3 years of virtual events, the Data Management ThinkLab, our signature in-person event, is finally back!
September 11, 2023Pio Marolla
AI: The Future of Work with Viamedici
We asked you what you would like to learn more about in connection to AI and its disruptive potential, and here it is: #AI, THE FUTURE OF WORK!
September 01, 2023Pio Marolla
Soft Skills, the competitive differentiator in the age of AI
This era has seen a significant shift toward tech-based education, touted as the definitive path forward in the information age.
August 07, 2023
AI: From Hype to Value with Viamedici
Everyone talks about AI, its incredible potential and disruptive power, but a lot of that is just...hype. Join us for this discussion with Pio Marolla from ThinkLinkers, Juergen Mueller and Al Bissmeyer from Viamedici, who will finally share with us real case studies featuring the power of #AI, and the foundational role of #DataManagement. The goal of this session is to isolate the value from the hype, discussing AI initiatives that you can learn from and apply today, rather than in a hypothetical future.
August 01, 2020
Master Data Marathon
M D M Master Data Marathon, is the first and only Marathon on all things Master Data and on how to advance in your digital journey. A truly global event featuring the most inspiring data stories the world has to tell, moderated by the one and only, Scott Taylor, the Data Whisperer.
January 15, 2020George Firican
A Chat with George Firican
Hello everyone! Where do #DataMyths come from and how do we dispel them? We had the pleasure to discuss that with our speaker George Firican, thought leader and author of lightsondata.com. George shared his views on the origins and the danger of #datamanagement myths and why it's important to dispel them, to ultimately focus on treating data as an asset.