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Gam Dias is a partner at 3PointsDIGITAL, part of the MSQ Group of Digital Agencies, where he is growing the Data Strategy and Personal Data practice. Gam previously co-founded e-commerce consultancy First Retail, and prior to that was Head of Data Strategy at Aviva Insurance. He is also an associate professor at IE Business School.
Gam has been an active member of the MyData Madrid community since its inception in late 2019, and we use our past debates as a starting point, eventually touching on a few hot topics: personal agency, privacy vs convenience, personal data stores, and reinventing digital marketing.
- The Laws of Simplicity, by John Maeda
- MyData Madrid on Meetup.com and Twitter
- Gam Dias at IE Executive Education
Stéphane Hamel is a seasoned independent digital marketing and analytics consultant, innovator, speaker and startup & agency advisor. He is also Digital Marketing Program Director for the Faculty of Business Administration at Laval University (Quebec City, Canada). He has recently embarked on a mission to protect user privacy and the ethical use of data.
Milton Pedraza is CEO of the Luxury Institute, as well as a private investor, a frequent guest speaker at Columbia University, and a well-known entrepreneur. Of particular relevance to us, Milton is an investor in DataLucent and Digi.me, the former of which has recently launched an Advanced Personalization Xchange (APX) together with the Luxury Institute.
- Advanced Personalization Xchange
- MyData Business Models
- Prediction Machines, by Ajay Agrawal, Joshua Gans, Avi Goldfarb
- Richard Whitt on Medium
- DataSwift on YouTube
Hoping to better understand a human-centric, demand-led future, we have spent a few months interviewing entrepreneurs and pioneers at the intersection of Marketing, Data, Privacy, and Technology. This channel is our attempt to expand on this effort and share our learnings along the way.
Masters of Privacy is hosted and maintained by PrivacyCloud, a Spain and US-based company that helps people, marketers, and publishers take control of their data, their money, and their experiences.