For the benefit of all, data has the power to become a genuine force for good. Supporting personal or business goals, addressing the biggest challenges facing everybody on the planet - these Awards reflect the beneficial impact being delivered.
Data for good championIn Partnership with GSK Consumer Healthcare
Who it’s for: An individual who is tireless in advocating the use of data for social, environmental or health-oriented projects
How to win it: Alongside the profit motive, organisations are increasingly focused on how they can be of benefit to the broader world. To make this happens requires a champion who ceaselessly argues for social goals, identifies resources that can be applied to them and leads from the front to make sure good things happen through the use of data and analytics.
Green data awardIn Partnership with GSK Consumer Healthcare
Who it’s for: Any data initiative that has a positive environmental objective or impact
How to win it: Data can be applied to a wide range of environmental goals, from optimising logistics with the aim of reducing carbon footprints to sustainable energy management, from resource consumption modelling to mapping climate change. The winner will be able to demonstrate a clear data-driven activity that is genuinely beneficial for the planet.
Data for societyIn Partnership with GSK Consumer Healthcare
Who it’s for: Any data initiative aimed at improving the quality of life for groups or society
How to win it: The judges will be looking for evidence that a programme has used data to drive up key societal indicators, from poverty or educational attainment to access to resources and sustainability. Through the use of data and analytics, the winner will have identified transformative actions that have been delivered (or are planned) with positive societal outcomes at their heart.
Data for health and wellbeingIn Partnership with GSK Consumer Healthcare
Who it’s for: Examples of data-driven solutions with a focus on improving any aspect of personal health, physical or mental.
How to win it: One of the biggest use cases for leading-edge data and analytics is around health from fitness tracking and self-optimisation using wearables through to mental health, right up to personalised medicine and treatment. The judges will be looking for innovative and deliverable solutions that are supporting health in any aspect.