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TDI3: Technology Driven Intelligence, Insights & Implications


Today I am very pleased to announce that the Technology Driven Market Research event is now TDI3: Technology Driven Intelligence, Insights & Implications!

Myself , Ben Smithee, Tom Anderson and a few other folks have been working with IIR to build upon the great foundation we established last year with TDMR  to take it to the next level. With that in mind we’ve re-branded the conference to widen the scope to include the focus on the convergence between market research and “Big Data” to deliver business impact. This will be a never before seen event that will bridge the gap between where we are today and where we need to go in the future and once again GreenBook and I have been honored with playing a role in the development of this seminal conference.

The call for presentations is now open. Here are the details from the TMRE blog:

TDI3 – Technology Driven Intelligence, Insights & Implications
May, 2012 | Las Vegas, NV
Call 646.895.7335 or email Conference Director [email protected]
Submission Deadline : FRIDAY, September 30, 2011



The Institute for International Research (IIR) presents: Technology Driven Intelligence, Insights & Implications TDI3
Date: May, 2012

Due to the high volume of submissions, we suggest you submit your proposal early and no later than Friday, September 30, 2011 to Stacy Levyn, Conference Producer at [email protected] or 646.895.7335.

About the Event: From fragmentation to integration, data convergence is changing the landscape of business today. Primary research methodologies are no longer sufficient. A 360 degree perspective is required to fully grasp all of the data and tools that are being used, creatively and effectively, to better understand consumer behavior. It’s more than Technology Driven Market Research; it’s a holistic synthesis of intelligence, insights & implications.

Event Focus & Key Themes 2 Symposia’s:

  • Mobile Research & Technologies
  • Research Innovation

High-level Keynotes:

  • Storytelling
  • Cultivating Insights from Numbers
  • Data Visualization
  • Social Media
  • Leadership & Strategy

3 Concurrent Tracks:

  • Intelligence
  • Insights
  • Implications

The Audience:  Managers, director level and above in Market Research, Innovation, Technology, Marketing, Analytics, Consumer Insights, Business Intelligence, Competitive Intelligence, Social Media, Data Mining, Text Analytics and CRM.

Speakers receive FREE admission to the conference as well as any pre-conference activity such as workshops or symposium.

Sponsorship & Exhibition Opportunities: If you are interested in sponsorship or exhibit opportunities please contact Jon Saxe, Business Development Manager at [email protected] or 646.895.7467.

Interested in Becoming a Media Partner or Featured Event Blogger? Contact Kacey Anderson, Marketing Manager, at [email protected].

Call for Presenters: For consideration, please email [email protected] with the following information by Friday, September 30, 2011.

  • Proposed speaker name(s), job title(s), and company name(s)
  • Contact information including address, telephone and fax numbers and e-mail
  • Talk title
  • The main theme you plan to address
  • Summary of the presentation (3-5 sentences)
  • Please indicate what is NEW about the presentation
  • What the audience will gain from your presentation (please list 3-5 key “take-aways”)
  • Previous conference experience
  • Short bio

Due to the high volume of responses, we are unable to respond to each submission. All those selected to participate as speakers will be notified shortly after the deadline.

Mark your calendars now for what will be one of the most important events of the year! See you in Vegas in May!

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5 responses to “TDI3: Technology Driven Intelligence, Insights & Implications

    1. Well, IIR events do have great client-side representation, and all conferences charge for some supplier presenters (often through sponsorships) so I don’t think that is out of the ordinary. In this case, since it is an open call for presentations I do not think it will be primarily “pay to play”; last year TDMR was not that way and I believe the plan will be to have a good balance of all types of presentations this year as well: client, vendor, and sponsored.

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