On March 10th, eSage Group held its first Executive Evening Out at the exclusive Rainier Club in Downtown Seattle. The event was sponsored by Microsoft Advanced Analytics.
15 Seattle area executives, from the likes of Starbucks, Trupanion, Allrecipes, Alaska Air, Disney and their guests joined us for a short presentation by Shish Shridhar, Worldwide Director for Business Intelligence Solutions – Retail for Microsoft, then sat down to a 5 course meal with wine pairings presented by The Rainier Club sommelier.
Microsoft has a powerful offering, from Azure Machine Learning, Cortana Analytics Suite, SQL 2016 and PowerBI. It was definitely a learning experience along with a wonderful meal and wines.
It was quite a year for both the LA and Seattle Marketing Analytic MeetUps! We had terrific speakers share on current topics! In LA, we had Nevious Osborne of Beats by Dre talking effective dashboards, Peter Taylor of Belkin talking IoT analytics and Punnoose Isaac of Edmunds.com talking on how to build an analytics infrastructure, just to name a few! Check out the full list here.
Not to be outdone, Seattle had Jeremy Boore of Expedia talk Storytelling and Analytics, Chris Proser of Adobe talk about going beyond A/B testing, Kyle Wieranga of Costco talk on moving from Predictive to Prescriptive Analytics, Shish Shirdar from Microsoft talk Machine Learning, and Ed Mabanglo from Nordstrom talk time-to-event analysis to measure customer tenure. Check out the full list here.
2016 is proving to be great with Tania Massad from Mattel presenting in LA and Brian Behuin from Alaska Air presenting in Seattle.
Make sure to become a member for the Seattle and/or LA Marketing Analytic MeetUps to receive notices of upcoming events!
Please join us in this lively evening event sponsored and organized by eSage Group with co-sponsors Pointmarc and Cloudera. Hear a panel of industry experts from the areas of Wearables, Home Security/Automation, and Automotive:
Duane Bedard from eSage Group, a thought leader in the marketing analytics space, will moderate a discussion delving into the Internet of Things, where are we today, what the future holds and how marketers can best be prepared to take advantage of it to improve effectiveness of marketing campaigns and develop new revenue streams.
The Learning Lounge is presented with PSAMA and DAA.
When: May 15, 2014 Time: 6:00pm – 9:00pm
Where: Club Sur 2109 First Avenue South SODO, just south of the Starbucks Center
Cost: $25 includes beverages (alcoholic and non) and appetizers Parking is free and readily available after 6pm on First and side streets.
Check out the cool digs!
DONT MISS IT!
A First-Hand Conversation on the Internet of Things
The Internet of Things will profoundly re-shape marketing. As objects in all corners of our lives become connected to the web what does it mean for brands and customers? To help provide insight, and a lively discussion, eSage Group and PSAMA has arranged a premium collection of senior-level thinkers from some of the area’s strongest brands, all together on one panel.
See first-hand how Alaska Airlines is evolving air travel, how Vivint is revolutionizing digital homes and how Nike continues to be an innovator in wearables all through understanding the opportunities from the Internet of Things.
Learning Lounge: An All-New Event Format
At the Learning Lounge, Seattle Marketing Analytics Group, PSAMA members, and non-members alike are invited to join together for an evening at SUR, one of Seattle’s most talked-about venues. Enjoy food and drink (ticket prices includes cocktails and light hors d’oeuvres) while learning from some of the Northwest’s most innovative brands how the Internet of Things is starting to re-shape marketing.
Date: May 15th, 21014
Location: Club SUR, SODO, 2901 1st Avenue S
Tickets are $25 for all Seattle Marketing Analytics Group members!
Special Thanks to our co-sponsors!
The Learning Lounge is replacing the normal monthly MeetUp at Fado’s for the month of May. We will return to normal in June.
If folks like it, The Learning Lounge will hopefully become a quarterly (or so) event.