Measure bowling returns to Milan on June 12, 2014

On June 12th digital analytics professionals will meet-up in 25 cities across Europe for an informal evening of chat while… bowling!

The event, Measure Bowling, was first held in London in 2011. The organizers contacted me last year to bring Measure Bowling to Italy too. I reached out to Valentina Rampado and Leonardo Bellini who agreed to help. Our first event took place in Milan last November. We were really encouraged by the response (15 attendees) and the camaraderie among attendees. Many have continued to meet-up occasionally for pizza evenings!

The night was great but you were missing! Join us on June 12th at Bowling dei Fiori in Milan for a sandwich, drink, chips/fries, coffee and 3 rounds of bowling for €16. We’ll start at 7:30 pm.

Reserve your place for the next #measurebowling.

Places are limited so please do register as soon as you’re sure you can attend. Note the bowling alley does not offer refunds, not even to web analytics fans, but you can send someone in your place IF you let us know in advance.

Measure Bowling in 25 European Cities June 12, 2014

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About Sean Carlos

Sean Carlos is a digital marketing consultant & teacher, assisting companies with their Search (SEO + SEA = SEM), Social Media & Digital Media Analytics strategies. Sean first worked with text indexing in 1990 in a project for the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. Since then he worked for Hewlett-Packard Consulting and later as IT Manager of a real estate website before founding Antezeta in 2006. Sean is an official instructor of the Digital Analytics Association and collaborates with the Bocconi University. He is Chairman of the SMX Search and Social Media Conference, 12 & 13 November in Milan. He is also a co-author of the Treccani encyclopedic dictionary of computer science, ICT & digital media. Born in Providence, RI, USA, Sean received Honors in Physics from Bates College, Maine. He speaks English, Italian and German.