KPMG and Shore.li – making Web Summit’s big data beautiful

We’ve got all kinds of fascinating trends and data for you to explore – check out our social page

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It’s one thing to say we have well over 20,000 attendees at Web Summit 2014. It’s easy to understand the scale across multiple stages and two huge venues.

But it means even more if we can break down that number into all kinds of interesting data. So that’s what we’ve done in partnership with KPMG.

The good people at KPMG have enlisted the help of databusters Shore.li and they’ve generated and assembled a data aggregator that’s as fascinating as it is beautiful. The dashboard has been slickly designed by the creative masterminds at Shore, showing all kinds of information based on social media trends, attendee profiles and geographical statistics. One quick glance will show all kinds of surprising figures and interesting nuggets of data in the aggregator.

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Based from western Switzerland, Shore was founded by two passionate expert web innovators with a focus on creating meaningful user experiences. This is all supported by technologies that are scalable and easy-to-use technologies. As you can tell, it all looks amazing as well.

Want to see more? The guys from Shore.li are exhibiting at Web Summit today. Check them out at stand NWS106 in The Village.

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