Announcing the 2016 Sentiment Analysis Symposium, July 12 in New York

2016 Sentiment Analysis SymposiumThe 2016 Sentiment Analysis Symposium takes place July 12 in New York, tackling the business value of sentiment, opinion, and emotion in our big data world.

Emotion is the key to customer (and patient, voter, market, and investor) understanding. The symposium is the place to stay current with the technologies and their research and insights applications. Please plan to join us July 12, as an attendee or presenter…

The key to a great conference is great speakers. Whether you’re a business visionary, experienced user, technologist, or consultant, please consider presenting. Submit your proposal at sentimentsymposium.com/call-for-speakers. Choose from among the suggested topics or surprise us. Help us build on our track record of bringing attendees useful, informative technical and business content (along with excellent networking opportunities). Our proposal deadline is March 15.

To learn more before submitting, check out videos, testimonials, and attendee lists from the July, 2015 New York symposium and from prior symposiums.

We’re inviting talks that focus on customer experience, brand strategy, market research, media & publishing, social insights, healthcare, and financial markets. On the tech side, show off what you know about natural language processing, machine learning, speech and emotion analytics, and the data economy.

Please help us create another great symposium! Submit your proposal by March 15.

Thanks and best wishes,

Seth Grimes, symposium organizer

P.S. If you’re not up for speaking but would like to benefit from a $300 Super Early discount, register online by April 2. If you represent a solution provider or consultancy that would like to sponsor the symposium, just send me a note. Thanks!

P.P.S. Follow the symposium on Twitter at @SentimentSymp.

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