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DQM Group Expands its IQ

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12 February 2014 - To reflect the growing enthusiasm for data, DQM Group a leading independent data governance specialist, is expanding its DataIQ operation. The company launched its DataIQ programme of publications, events, research and on-line in 2011 to meet the need for help, advice and insight on all matters data, technology, analytics and governance.

Now with over 3,500 members DQM Group has developed DataIQ into a trading business integrating the research, events and content business with its established data consulting operation. DataIQ will trade from central London to support many of its customers located in the London area.

As part of the expansion, emphasis will be placed on the people and process side of data. DataIQ is launching the IQ Big Data 50 to celebrate the success of the most influential people in data driven marketing on 25th February at an exclusive invite only reception at Kensington Roof Gardens. Edwina Dunn, Co-founder of DunnHumby, is the special guest at the event. The 2nd IQ Talent Awards will be on 18th June in association with The Institute of Direct and Digital Marketing (IDM).

DQM Group CEO Adrian Gregory comments "We've been delighted with the response to DataIQ from day one. There is no doubt that Big Data will continue to grow and the technology to support Big Data applications, will become faster and even more effective. Data - its rules, regulations and processes will always be complex. To reflect this we will continue to build on the help, advice and insight we provide to business professionals across organisations on all aspects of data, technology, analytics and data governance, much of it available at no cost at".



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About DataIQ
The DataIQ programme provides easily available data expertise, research and insight for every business professional to give them the best chance of success. Launched in 2011 with the backing of trade bodies and major customers, DQM Group launched DataIQ as a programme of research, events, publications and on-line content to champion the value of data as a key business asset. DataIQ are passionate about promoting best practice principles and provide fast access to trusted, independent insight, help and advice on virtually every area of data management to ensure customers protect and profit from their valuable data assets effectively.

With an average of over 15 years experience in data; DataIQ's consultants, researchers, auditors and editors have unparalleled expertise. DataIQ are the only end-to-end data governance product and service organisation providing expertise in all areas of data management. DataIQ are committed to raising industry standards in data management and Chair the Data Governance Working Party of the DMA as well as sitting on the boards of the Direct Marketing Commission, DM Foundation, and the IDM and Royal Mail Advisory Councils.

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