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IDQ Webinars: with Dylan Jones, Founder and Editor of Data Quality Pro
Recorded 2010-10-13

As more and more people contemplate the life-changing experience of launching their own information quality consultancy business, there comes a demand for sound advice to guide people through the initial processes. In this presentation Dylan draws upon his own vast experience in consultancy, together with the discussions that have arisen during his online career courses, to provide would-be independent information quality practitioners with a guide to those critical first steps.


Practical advice for creating a successful personal information quality business


With a growing demand for information quality services across a variety of corporate and public sector organisations, many professionals are considering or have launched their own personal information quality services business. In this webinar, Dylan Jones provides a range of practical tips and techniques to help you successfully launch, grow and sustain a personal information quality business.

Topics covered include:

  • Going solo planning your exit
  • Defining your value and your perfect customer
  • Prospecting on a shoestring
  • Winning proposals and growing your business

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About the Author

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Dylan Jones is the editor of Data Quality and the Data Quality Pro Virtual Summit. He has over 20 years data quality experience and is passionate about sharing practical guidance for data quality and data governance success.


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About the Author

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Dr Tony O'Brien, is a Senior Lecturer at Sheffield Business School as Sheffield Hallam University focussing upon Finance, Accounting and Business Systems. He previously worked for over forty years as an accountant engaged in business finance, general management, IT and the management and implementation of Information Systems. He has worked for a number of large organisations including Shell, British Gypsum, British Oxygen, Great Universal Stores and Remploy. He is an associate member of the Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators (ICSA) and holds a Doctor of Business Administration (DBA) from Nottingham Business School and an MBA from Leeds Business School.

From 2008 to 2011 Tony was the Moderator of the IAIDQ IQ International Webinars

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