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Top 10 Business Intelligence Conferences in 2024

An overview of the top 10 international business intelligence conferences planned for 2024, including their dates, participation fees, formats, hosting cities, main focus, key discussion topics, and target audience.
Feb 2024  · 5 min read

Business intelligence (BI) uses various technologies, tools, and processes to collect, visualize, and analyze data from multiple sources, with the final purpose of extracting valuable insights that help companies make data-driven business decisions. Reading dedicated books and learning with online bootcamps like DataCamp can help you build solid foundations of your skills and knowledge in business intelligence. Similarly, if you want to stay up to date with the latest innovations and trends in this sphere, combining traditional learning with attending specialized business intelligence conferences can be your way.

In this article, we'll discuss the top 10 international business intelligence conferences planned for 2024.

You can also find our articles on the Top Data Science Conferences for 2024 and the top 10 Top Data Analytics Conferences for 2024.

1. Radar: The AI Edition

  • When and where: June 26-27, online
  • Fee: Free to attend

The latest edition of the Radar conference run by DataCamp—Radar: The AI Edition—is designed for individuals and companies who want to learn how AI is changing the future of work and will now impact analytics careers & functions. 

For more inspiration, feel free to check the recordings of Radar: The Analytics Edition which hosted thought leaders from the analytics space. 

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2. International Conference on Business Intelligence and Analytics (ICBIA)

  • When and where:
    • May 16-17, Sydney
    • November 18-19, Singapore
  • Fee: € 250-€ 450, depending on the participation type

This international conference is one of the major conferences run by a federated organization World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology (WASET). Its main subject is a junction of business intelligence and analytics and their constantly changing landscapes. The theoretical and practical aspects that are going to be discussed include business intelligence, data science, data analytics, data mining, data warehousing, digitization, information integration, data security, cloud computing, etc.

For learning data analytics in the main business intelligence tools—Power BI and Tableau—DataCamp offers beginner-friendly practice-based career tracks Data Analyst in Power BI and Data Analyst in Tableau.

3. International Conference on Business Intelligence, Analytics, and Knowledge Management (ICBIAKM)

  • When and where:
    • March 4-5, Rome
    • March 25-26, Singapore
    • July 18-19, Paris
    • November 18-19, Reykjavik
  • Fee: € 250-€ 500, depending on the participation type and conference date

This multidisciplinary conference, organized by the World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology (WASET) in four cities throughout the 2024 year, is dedicated to the presentation and discussion of the most recent trends, innovations, solutions, and challenges at the intersection of business intelligence, analytics, and knowledge management. The papers and e-posters will cover such study areas as business intelligence, business analytics, risk management, knowledge management, business planning, data visualization, decision engineering, etc.

To learn the must-know business intelligence tools, you can refer to the article The Top 6 Business Intelligence Tools For 2024 You Need to Know.

4. International Conference on Business Intelligence and Research (ICBIR)

  • When and where: June 20-21, Paris
  • Fee: € 250-€ 450, depending on the participation type

The ICBIR is a scholarly event held by the World Academy of Science, Engineering, and Technology (WASET) that explores topics at the interface of business intelligence and research, specifically encompassing but not limited to data analysis, artificial intelligence (AI), standardization, real-time reporting, digital business ecosystems, customer relationship analysis, probabilistic simulation, and key performance indicators optimization. The program includes presentations, networking, and peer-to-peer discussions, as well as exploring Paris.

5. International Conference on Business Intelligence and Systems Engineering (ICBISE)

  • When and where:
    • June 3-4, Tokyo
    • July 4-5, Singapore
    • July 15-16, Stockholm
    • August 8-9, Warsaw
  • Fee: € 250-€ 500, depending on the participation type

This interdisciplinary conference, conducted by the World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology (WASET) in four cities throughout the summer of 2024, brings together academics, researchers, and professionals from different countries and with expertise in different areas of business intelligence and systems engineering. The main fields include data warehousing, data mining, database processing, business intelligence architecture, data visualization, business information strategy, production planning, mobile system types, human-computer interaction, soft and hybrid computing, etc.

The article How to Become A Business Intelligence Analyst in 2024: 5 Steps For Success is a great starting point for those aspiring to enter the job market in this high-demand role.

6. International Conference on Business Intelligence Reasoning and Modeling (ICBIRM)

  • When and where:
    • May 20-21, Las Vegas
    • August 22-23, Rome
    • November 7-8, Istanbul
  • Fee: € 250-€ 450, depending on the participation type

The ICBIRM conference held by the World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology (WASET) is focused on all aspects of business intelligence reasoning and modeling. Some study areas related to the event include various applications of business intelligence (business management, corporate strategy, organizational structures, key performance indicators), data treatment and integration, business intelligence architecture, modeling languages, model visualization, collaborative and user-centric modeling, automated reasoning for decision support, personalization and self-service reporting, visual querying, etc.

7. International Conference on Business Intelligence and Data Analytics (BIDA 2024)

  • Where and when: April 6-7, Bangalore (India), online
  • Fee: $ 50-$ 280, depending on the participation type and format

BIDA is run by the RV Institute of Management (RVIM) and technically sponsored by the Soft Computing Research Society. It's going to be held in hybrid mode, so the participants—both presenters and listeners—can select between online and in-person formats of attendance. Two global fields will be covered: business intelligence (decision support systems, big data analytics, stream processing, data governance, industry applications of business intelligence, etc.) and data science (machine learning (ML) and deep learning (DL) techniques, text mining and analytics, model optimization, Internet of Things, etc.).

The article Data Analyst vs Business Analyst: What Are The Differences? helps us understand all nuances of these two roles, often mistaken to be the same thing.

8. Business Intelligence and Analytics Summit

  • Where and when: July 10-11, Amsterdam, online
  • Fee: € 190-€ 1490, depending on the participation type, format, and booking time

The Business Intelligence and Analytics Summit unites scientists, professionals, innovators, and data enthusiasts from across industries and countries. Key discussions include data-driven decision-making, data governance and management, cloud-based business intelligence and analytics, predictive analytics and big data, data visualization and storytelling, advancements in artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML), natural language processing (NLP) in business intelligence, etc. The agenda features keynotes, panel discussions, case studies, and workshops. An online-only attendance format is also available.

You can watch the webinar Make the most of your organization’s data with business intelligence to find out the potential opportunities and challenges of becoming a data-driven organization and how business intelligence helps solve problems and extract actionable insights.

9. Sydney Annual Business Research Conference (SABRC)

  • Where and when: March 8-9, Sydney
  • Fee: $ 450-$ 550, depending on the participation type

This international conference is an annual global networking event conducted by the Australian Academy of Business Research (AABR) with the scope of gathering academics, practitioners, entrepreneurs, and research students from all around the globe to share and discuss their experiences and novel research results, as well as the current concerns related to diverse spheres of business and social science. Apart from business intelligence itself, SABRC is designed to cover a wide array of other broadly defined fields, such as business analysis, business administration, artificial intelligence (AI), marketing, education, strategic leadership, blockchain, human resource management, sustainability, and more.

10. 5th World Conference On Business, Management, Finance, Economics and Marketing (WCBMFEM)

  • Where and when: May 16-17, Vienna
  • Fee: € 199-€ 799, depending on the registration type and time

WCBMFEM, organized by Eurasia Conferences, brings together business leaders, industry experts, scientists, professionals, and students with various backgrounds related to business and economics. The overall abstract topics include business strategy and policy, business law and regulation, globalization and international business, knowledge management, financial management and analysis, information systems and technology, cross-cultural management, marketing research and analytics, and many others. The conference program is curated with keynote addresses, oral and poster sessions, and networking opportunities.

Conclusion

To wrap up, in this article, we overviewed the top 10 international business intelligence conferences in 2024, including their dates, participation fee ranges, formats, hosting cities, main focus, key discussion topics, and target audience. Now, it's up to you to select the right business intelligence conference—or conferences—for you to attend in 2024.

If you need a refresh on your skills ahead of a conference, check out our Data Analyst in Power BI career track.

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