Datamaran Online Forum
Share your experience with Datamaran and get exclusive updates on the product roadmap
Thursday 17 September 2020, 3.00pm GMT (4.00 pm CET | 10.00 am ET)
Inspired to facilitate digital formats for sharing and connecting with other professionals, we have launched an Online Forum program, to further connect our community of clients - from the United States to Japan.
These regular meetings will take place every three months in the form of a webinar. They will be an occasion for you and your peers to share your experiences with Datamaran, get special access to exclusive market insights, and exchange best practices. You’ll also get regular updates on the product roadmap.
The next Online Forum will take place on Thursday 17 September at 3.00 pm GMT (4.00 pm CET | 10.00 am ET).
Check the agenda and fill the form below to reserve your place.
Join the next forum
Please note that Online Forums are open exclusively to the Datamaran Community of clients.
The agenda of the next Online Forum will be communicated closer to the event.
A special welcome to Datamaran client-only Online Forum
Market trends and regulatory updates
Get the latest updates on the most recent market trends and policy developments, and how they can impact your company
Peer to peer sharing
One of our users will share his/her experience on implementing data-driven materiality process.
Feel free to ask us any questions you may have about Datamaran!
Get exclusive insights on the product roadmap
Final questions and closure
Before saying goodbye, save the dates of our next events and webinars!
On behalf of the Datamaran team, we look forward to meeting you online!
Get a feel of our last in-person event
About the past Online Forums
- Our first Online Forum took place on Wednesday 4 March 2020. During this meeting, Angela Ortiz (ESG & Sustainability Manager at PSEG) shared her experience on how to have an executive-proof materiality process using Datamaran.
- During our second Online Forum on 25 June 2020, Julie Childers (Senior Sustainability Leader at Owens Corning) and Josh Strake (Senior Sustainability Analyst at Owens Corning) discussed how they included regional results in their assessment, established new goals and achieved an agile materiality approach to inform corporate strategy yearlong.