Open Data Day 2022 – Video: Why is Open Data important for your organisation?
Happy Open Data Day! – March 5th 2022
Open Data Day is an annual, global celebration of Open Data. Each year, organisations from around the world organise initiatives and events to show the benefits of Open Data.
As part of our initiatives this year, we asked some of our customers a key question: why is Open Data important for you organisation? Watch the video to find out!
Featured in this video:
- Tigran Parvanyan, Energy Specialist at ESMAP/The World Bank – View Energy Data Portal & Check World Bank Apps
- Lorenzo Bruni, Head of Technology Dissemination at Central Statistics Office Ireland
- Pyrou Chung, Director at Open Development Initiative (East-West Management Institute) – View Open Development Mekong Data Portal
- Stephen McLoughlin, Data Manager at Tusla (The Child and Family Agency) – View Tusla Data Catalogue
- Luke Binns, Project Coordinator at Smart Dublin – View Dublinked Data Portal
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