Build to present at the “Good Tech Fest” nonprofit data and technology conference

 In Capacity, Data Analysis and Reporting

Good Tech Fest, focused on data and technology for organizations within the social sector, takes place in Detroit May 22-24. We’re proud our past collaboration with Data Analysts for Social Good, the organizers of the event—and are pleased to announce that Build’s own Peter Mirus will be presenting a session at this year’s conference.

Session information

Session: A Good Database Manager Is Hard to Find Thursday May 24, 11:00 AM – 12:30 PM
Qualities of great database managers—and how to recruit and retain the best.

In this workshop, you’ll learn the qualities of great database (or information system) managers. You’ll also learn why it can be so challenging to recruit and retain top talent, and how you can excel in those areas to help grow the mission of your organization.

This workshop is appropriate for data managers who want to know what talents are most desirable for their role, as well as for executives and managers who want to improve their organizations’ data management capabilities.

It’s not too late to register!

Conference tickets are available through May 21. Visit the Good Tech Fest website to register.

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