Announcing the Neo4j GraphTour in 8+ Cities Worldwide

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Announcing the Neo4j GraphTour in 8+ Cities Worldwide

Neo4j is going on a (free!) tour! Come find out what GraphTour is and where you can check out the free event this coming spring.

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This spring,  Neo4j is coming to a city near you to deliver a full day of sessions on how  graph database technology is revolutionizing the modern enterprise.

The GraphTour Basics

This one-day local event will turn you into a graph expert, no matter your technical background or familiarity with graph technology, featuring speakers from the Neo4j team as well as local customers and other members of the Neo4j community. And the best part: it’s free to register.

At each GraphTour stop, you’ll hear first-hand about the advantages of Neo4j’s native Graph Platform, which includes not only the Neo4j graph database but also graph analytics and data integration.

GraphTour Presenters

Speaking at every stop of the GraphTour will be Neo4j Chief Scientist Jim Webber diving deep into why native graph technology matters now more than ever.

Other special guest speakers appearing on the tour include Neo4j CEO and Co-Founder Emil Eifrem, as well as Philip RathleMichael HungerMark NeedhamAndreas KolleggerKurt FreytagAlastair GreenJesús BarrasaBenoît Simard, and Kees Vegter.

But you won’t just be taking our word for it. At each stop on the GraphTour, local enterprise customers will be showcasing how Neo4j improves their operations, ensures legal compliance, increases revenue, catches fraudsters, and contributes to bottom-line growth. Check back frequently for the schedule to see which Neo4j customers will be presenting in your city. (We’ll update it whenever new customers are added.)

Sessions in all locations will be presented in English with the possible exception of local customers. Advice at our GraphClinics may also be in the local language.

GraphClinics and Neo4j Solutions

At every stop on the GraphTour, Neo4j engineers, consultants, and experts will be on-hand for (free!) one-on-one help with your project. Ask them for advice on graph data modeling, Cypher queries and other troubleshooting questions you might have — they’re happy to help.

Also featured at the GraphTour will be our Solutions team, available to advise you on how to build your end-to-end enterprise solutions for anything from fraud detection to real-time recommendations. If you’re looking to leverage connected data at your enterprise, this is the team to talk to!

The GraphTour Itinerary (So Far)

For an always up-to-date schedule of GraphTour stops and locations, see here. Here are all of the current cities on the itinerary so far (U.S. cities to be announced soon):

  • Tel Aviv: Tuesday, February 13, 2018
  • Madrid: Thursday, February 15, 2018
  • Berlin: Tuesday, February 27, 2018
  • London: Thursday, March 1, 2018
  • Paris: Tuesday, March 7, 2018
  • Stockholm: Thursday, March 8, 2018
  • Amsterdam: Wednesday, March 21, 2018
  • Milan: Wednesday, April 11, 2018
  • United States: Locations and dates to be announced soon

Special Thanks to Our GraphTour Sponsors

Our partners and sponsors with local expertise will join us at relevant stages of the GraphTour. We are proud to announce that PRODYNA AG will be joining us in Berlin, London, and Amsterdam, while Graph Everywhere will support us in Madrid.

Check back here as more partners are announced.

See You on the Neo4j GraphTour!

There’s a relationship-rich community waiting for you on the Neo4j GraphTour, and we hope you’ll join us in a city near you, no matter which side of the Atlantic you’re on (U.S. dates still TBD). There won’t be a GraphConnect Europe in 2018, so don’t miss your chance to see Neo4j on the road this spring!

Space is limited at all stops along the Neo4j GraphTour, so register for free here for a GraphTour event in a city near you.

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