The Call for Speakers is open for the next Sentiment Analysis Symposium http://sentimentsymposium.com/, slated for May 8, 2013 in New York.
The Sentiment Analysis Symposium inNew York will be the 6th instance of a premier business-focused conference, the only conference that will teach attendees about technology and solutions that help attendees discover business value in opinions, emotions, and attitudes in social media, news, and enterprise feedback.
Should you attend the symposium? Yes .. if you want to lead the competition — in customer satisfaction and support, brand and reputation management, financial services, product design and marketing, and an array of other business processes — if you understand the advantage you will gain in understanding customer, market, employee, investor, and political sentiment, emotion, mood, and opinion.
Whether you’re an experienced user or technologist, please consider proposing a presentation. Submit your proposal, by December 17, 2012, at http://sentimentsymposium.com/call-for-speakers.html . Choose from among the suggested topics listed there or submit on a topic of your choice.
Free videos are available, from the October 30, 2012 symposium in San Francisco, and from prior symposiums, via links at http://sentimentsymposium.com/.
In October the symposium recognized Twitter’s move to add, several conference sponsors to its Certified Partner Program. According to symposium organizer Seth Grimes, “Twitter’s Certified Partner Program is an important step toward assuring availability, accuracy, and value for business consumers of social data and analytics.
It’s no coincidence that five of Twitter’s partners are Sentiment Analysis Symposium current and past sponsors — Attensity, DataSift, Gnip, Topsy, and Crimson Hexagon — along with the folks at Radian6, who have joined us for several of the four symposiums to date. Symposium participants are among the most important social-data ecosystem players.”