This Fall, join our innovation experts virtually for exciting discussions ranging from innovating in a virtual universe to the latest applications of machine learning for market research. Event-specific details are as follows:
PDMA’s 2020 Virtual Mini Conference
The events of 2020 have dramatically changed many aspects of our lives. Relative to virtual innovation, 2020 has accelerated the adoption curve. Join AMS Principal Kristyn Corrigan and a panel of experts for a discussion on “Innovating in a Virtual Universe” on September 17th from 4:15 – 4:45 p.m. ET at PDMA’s Virtual Mini Conference. The panel will discuss tools, methods, and other key tips for navigating innovation in a virtual universe. Kristyn will also discuss potential innovation pitfalls to avoid.
To attend the panel discussion, register for PDMA’s 2020 Virtual Mini Conference.
PDMA’s 2020 Journal of Product Innovation Management (JPIM) Virtual Research Forum
Join AMS Principal Kristyn Corrigan for a discussion on the “Future of Design, Development, and Innovation (DDI) During Turbulent Times” on September 19th from 12:15 – 1:15 p.m. ET at PDMA’s JPIM Virtual Research Forum. The panel of experts will address how PDDI may be impacted by the global pandemic and the climate of racial and civil unrest. In addition, they will discuss how technology plays a critical role in addressing some of these problems, but may also exacerbate them if used inappropriately.
To hear the answers to these questions, register for PDMA’s JPIM Virtual Research Forum.
FEI Presents: Leading Innovation in a Digital World [Virtual Event]
AMS Principals Kristyn Corrigan and Carmel Dibner will present the talk “Machine Learning: Finding Sticky Innovations in the Age of Stuck at Home” on October 28th at 1:30 p.m. Kristyn and Carmel will discuss how machine learning can be leveraged to gather unique and actionable customer insights during this transformative time.
To learn more about their session, visit FEI’s website.
TMRE: The Market Research Event Virtual Digital Summit
While researchers may need to stay arms-length (or rather 6 feet) away from their consumers, that doesn’t mean they can’t gather deep, transformative insights. AMS Principals Kristyn Corrigan and Carmel Dibner will host a session on October 8th entitled "Machine Learning: Unmasking Insights in the Masked Era". They will discuss how researchers can utilize machine learning to gather deep, transformative insights, even without being face-to-face with customers.
To learn more about joining the virtual community, visit TMRE's website.
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