Benchmark’s Eric Vishria joins Carnegie Mellon's Entrepreneurial Leadership Series to discuss the case for working at a startup, finding the right culture for you and translating big ideas into tangible successes.
Do you enjoy sports, premium cable shows, restaurants, and movies in part because you feel comfortable discussing their content and enjoy the rush of adrenaline that comes from debating their relative value with friends, family and co-workers? Would you like to see a similarly robust culture of discussion and debate among adult arts audiences? Launching Arts Talk explores the critical issue of audience engagement by asking: what are the actions that arts professionals can take to get people talking about the arts?
Jack Y. Chen is Chief Data Scientist/Marketing Decision Science Director at Dell specializing in Investment Optimization, Customer Targeting, and CRM related advanced analytics. He works in measuring long-term impacts of difficult to measure influences such as brand campaigns, social media, corporate social responsibility and total quality management improvements. He also established propensity modeling functions and designed all the response/churn models and customer life time value analytics in Dell marketing. He is lead inventor on two patented modeling techniques including an overall investment model, a brand health model, and social media targeting.
In previous roles, he has worked in Risk Management on both front end origination and back end portfolio management across consumer, SMB and enterprise.
He received his PhD degree in statistics and his MBA in finance from Iowa State University.
Jack will introduce the advanced analytical capabilities in Dell marketing (past, present and future), such as media mixed model and propensity model, and the profiles of current Dell BI team (what make you a good BI professional?).
Feb 23, 2015 to Feb 27, 2015 - This is an all day, multi-day event.
Tom Link, Director, Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Urban Redevelopment Authority of Pittsburgh. This workshop will provide a broad review of income producing real estate (real estate) finance for non-real estate professionals, with a focus on publicly subsidized commercial development projects. Sponsored by the CED