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It’s a question we get every day: does data go bad? The short answer is yes; people’s job titles change, contact info changes, companies go under, and all of this leads to outdated data. So, it’s worth refreshing data sets every so often, but how frequently do you need to do that? To discuss, we brought on Henry Nevue of People Data Labs, and he and Rick are going to give you some insider knowledge on this hot topic!
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Henry Nevue’s passion for data led him to diverge from the path of formal education, leaving the University of Oregon to launch the company that would become People Data Labs. As Chief Technology Officer of PDL, he’s one of the young leaders shaping the future of the data industry, while building one of the fastest-growing providers of professional and B2B data used across marketing, sales, finance, and HR technology. Outside the office, Henry flexes his creative muscles through his passion for art and music.
If you’d like to get in touch with Henry after the show, you can do so on LinkedIn.
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The Corporate Data Show is a show dedicated to helping marketing and data professionals leverage data to generate revenue for their company. The podcast is produced, hosted, and sponsored by Every Market Media, a leading email-centric marketing data compiler and data services consultant for data and marketing professionals all over the globe. To listen to all of our episodes, visit our website or your favorite podcast player.