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F2007, SAS 2nd Annual Business Forecasting Conference; SAS World Headquarters, Cary, NC; June 4-5, 2007
Do you know how to do new product forecasting? Have you ever struggled with overcoming bias in your forecasting process? Would you like to learn how to make better use of the Internet for forecasting? Would you like to learn more about the role of statistical forecasting in demand planning? These are just a few of the more than two dozen topics that will be covered at F2007, SAS’ second annual Business Forecasting Conference.
Held June 4–5 in Cary, NC, F2007 will unite hundreds of business forecasters with top industry visionaries for a week of enlightening presentations, state-of-the-art hands-on training, and numerous networking opportunities.
Last year’s conference, SAS’ first ever offering, attracted 333 individuals from more than 120 business, government, and academic organizations, making it the largest forecasting conference of its kind.
F2007's keynote speakers include:
Charles Chase, Practice Manager, SAS;
Hans Levenbach, Founder and President, Delphus, Inc.;
John (Tom) Mentzer, Author and Professor in the Dept. of Marketing and Logistics at the University of Tennessee;
Albert H. Segars, PhD, RBC Centura Distinguished Professor, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Eric Stellwagen, VP and Co-Founder, Business Forecast Systems, Inc.;
Len Tashman, Managing Editor, Foresight Magazine.
In addition to the keynote talks, there will be 18 session presentations in three tracks: Forecasting Applications, Forecasting Approaches, and Business Case Studies.
Optional training will take place immediately following the conference, June 6-8.
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