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Weather Analytics – keep it simple. Two new workshops on 27th Feb. 2014

WA workshops As organisations large and small are grappling with ever more complex data to improve their performance, the issue of weather change and its impact on planning and day-to-day operations is rising up the agenda.

On February 27th, I’ll be running 2 half-day seminars in London with my partners Sophie Carr (Bays Consulting) and Andrew Eaves (Andalus Solutions).

Workshop 1 (morning) is for Retail sector organisations and their supply chain.  Workshop 2 (afternoon) is for Local Authorities.  People from other sectors are welcome to attend.

Benefits to you:

• Learn the tips that improve the success of weather analytics projects

• Improve your ability to plan and manage a WA project

• Understand the sources of data and how best to conduct analyses

• Enhance your credibility with key decision makers by presenting your WA project’s results with impact

These seminars provide you with an overview of how you can improve your weather analytics projects and use the results to improve decision-making. Through the use of case study examples we will give you an insight into some simple tools and methods we have used to help clients get the best out of weather data. This half day provides a taster of other workshops, training and weather analytics services that we offer.

Booking a place:

The workshop costs only £20 plus VAT per person.  Further information and booking details are in the following (pdf) downloads…

Download the Weather Analytics for Retail & Supply Chain workshop information.

Download the Weather Analytics for Local Authorities workshop information.











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