As we enter turbulent times the ability to measure and monitor the impact of coronavirus on economic activity in real-time is a top of mind issue. The increasing number of industries are taking a hit but some unexpected players still get ahead.
During this webinar, we will discuss how to measure impact and monitor economic indicators in real-time with the research from The Volatility and Risk Institute, alternative data sources and knowledge graph technologies.
Our expert Richard Berner, former chief US economist at Morgan Stanley, director of the Office of Financial Research (OFR) and counselor to the Secretary of the Treasury will share his research and perspective on the heighten market volatility.
Thinknum's insights on recent economic turndown were featured by CNBC, Quartz and Business Insider.
Read the latest Thinknum Media report to track the drastic decrease in electricity usage in Japan, upswing in remote-work software like Zoom and many other metrics.
Co-Director of the Stern
Volatility and Risk Institute
Co-Director of the Stern @Volatility and Risk Institute
Chief Growth Officer
@Thinknum Alternative Data
Chief Growth Officer @Thinknum Alternative Data
Marta V. Lopata is the Chief Growth Officer at Thinknum Alternative Data and Kgbase - no-code knowledge graph tool. In 2019, Marta has founded External Data Conference - the world’s first annual conference bringing together leading minds in finance, business, media, government and sustainability to discuss the real-world applications for alternative data.
Marta is also a co-Founder of Thinknum's media outlet which attracted millions readers with its alternative-data focused market insights about leading public and private companies.
Marta is frequently quoted in the Business Insider, Institutional Investor, TechCrunch and other business publications; and is often a featured panelist at major market-related conferences.
Marta speaks 4 languages (Chinese, French, Polish and English) and before immigrating to the US, she led product & growth teams in digital fabrication and sustainable materials in China and France.