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How To Turn Data Into Profits

How To Turn Data Into Profits

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Data is becoming a key business asset - crucial to revenue growth, business development, marketing and so much more. How can companies better utilize data without getting left behind? Join our live Q&A; with Dr. Denise Daniels, a behavioral data scientist and VP of Data Science & AI Consulting for Horizon Consumer Science to find out!

You asked, she's answering:

  • What technologies do you foresee becoming obsolete in the next few years in regards to data?
  • How can I better utilize data to drive revenue growth?
  • What careers will be most in-demand?
  • & more!
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Dr. Denise Daniels is a behavioral data scientist who has built and delivered data driven strategies with Silicon Valley start-ups for over 20 years. Denise has spearheaded revenue and client growth initiatives using data-driven strategies with organizations such as the Oracle Corporation, Pearson Education, the VA Hospital, Education.com and Palo Alto University. Her passion for data science is reflected in the results she and her teams have delivered, including quadrupling revenue for an online education program in three years and the growth of a commercial parenting website from 40,000 to seven million visitors per month. Residing in Palo Alto, Denise is now the Vice President of Data Science & AI Consulting for Horizon Consumer Science, https://www.horizonconsumerscience.com/, a global consulting business headquartered in Irvine, CA. You can contact Denise directly at 650-868-3895 or ddaniels@horizonconsumerscience.com for more information about Horizon’s consulting services.

Horizon Consumer Science is a data science and AI consulting company that helps clients turn data into profits. Our team includes data scientists, data programmers, MBAs and psychologists who understand consumer behavior. We have worked in many industries including consumer goods & services, financial services, travel & transportation, food and restaurant chains, real estate, retail, education and healthcare. Our expertise is market and consumer data focusing on customer acquisition, customer retention, market expansion and revenue growth. Horizon engages with clients by serving as a collaborative data science team or to handle specific or big data projects: https://www.horizonconsumerscience.com/why-horizon/data-science-consulting/ Our data science process is efficient, accurate and proactive and our clients have experienced very large revenue growth in some cases doubling and quadrupling revenue growth through data and the development of statistically accurate applied AI algorithms. You can contact Denise Daniels at 650-868-3895 or ddaniels@horizonconsumerscience.com for more information on Horizon’s consumer data science services.

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