Palisade Wraps up Global Conference Series with Sellout Events in Las Vegas, Sydney, and Peru

2010 Palisade Conference Series

Palisade has just wrapped up its 2010 Risk Conference series with record-setting events around the globe. The series kicked off with the first conference in London in April, and featured similar events in Sydney, Australia in October, and Las Vegas and Lima, Peru in November. Each event in the series was held on a continent where Palisade has offices: Europe (with Palisade Europe in London), Australia (with Palisade Asia-Pacific in Sydney), North America (with Palisade corporate offices in New York State), and South America (with Palisade Brasil in Rio de Janeiro).

The two-day, multi-track events offered a wide range of software training and industry case-studies presented by real-world users in a variety of different industries, from financial risk analysis, to pharmaceutical risk management, to the Chilean miner rescue effort! The series can best be summed up by comments from the attendees themselves:

“It was the most rewarding conference I’ve ever attended and I plan to return year after year. Conference gave the opportunity to learn how to use the software and how to apply it real world problems.”
  Chris Ix, Sr. Financial Analyst, NV Energy

“The conference has reinvigorated my enthusiasm for risk modeling and our company’s use of @RISK.”
  Michael Churchill, Capital Value, Pty Ltd

 “The emphasis on participant interaction is extremely effective and valuable.”
  Red White, US Geological Survey

“(The conference has) terrific cross-discipline/industry opportunities to share ideas.”
  Allan W. Graham, MD, Medical Director Chemical Dependency Treatment Service,
  Kaiser Permanente

View the abstracts from the 2010 conferences:

» London     » Sydney      » Las Vegas       » Lima, Peru

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