Enterprise Search Europe 2013

The only conference in Europe to discuss enterprise search from a business perspective

14 16 May 2013

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Enterprise Search Europe offers a European perspective on the technology, selection, implementation and optimisation of enterprise-scale search applications.

The two day conference brings together practitioners and search experts to share experiences and exchange perspectives on current and future projects and applications. At Enterprise Search Europe, delegates will learn strategies, explore solutions and build the skill sets to make their organisation’s content easily searchable and delivered in an actionable format.

NEW for 2013: pre-conference half-day workshops provide in-depth exploration of key challenges, to equip you to make wise decisions about enhancements and new investments in your search projects.

25 speakers

27 sessions

Day 1 Tuesday 14th May 2013

Day 2 Wednesday 15th May 2013

Day 3 Thursday 16th May 2013

Hilton London Olympia

England England / London

380 Kensington High Street, London, W14 8NL

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26 known attendees

  • Kat Allen
  • Martin White
  • Caroline Milner
  • Charlie Hull
  • Tyler Tate
  • Kristian Norling
  • EdDale
  • Matt Aslett
  • Tony Russell-Rose
  • Stephen E Arnold
  • MoJoe
  • Lynda Moulton
  • Lars Hard
  • Jeremy Bentley
  • Eric Pugh
  • Alan Pelz-Sharpe
  • Kara Pernice
  • Christian Vogt
  • Cedric Ulmer
  • Patrick Duverger
  • René Kriegler
  • Agnes Molnar
  • Jesus Contreras
  • Sinuhe Arroyo
  • Matt Willsmore

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  • Adrian Fita
  • Richard Boulton

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