Chicago | June 16-19, 2014

DAA WorkshopsProfessional Success

The eMetrics Summit in Chicago will be held June 16-19, 2014. This event is one that is not to be missed. Here are some top reasons to attend:

Click here for the Chicago 2014 agenda!
  • Thought-provoking speakers
  • Powerful content you can take home and share with your colleagues
  • Incredible networking
  • Hands-on workshops – learn tactics you can immediately apply to your organization
  • Keynotes from leading industry luminaries from top organizations
AdobeBigcommerceCiscoCoca ColaDellGoogle AnalyticsMcKinsey & Company National Wildlife FoundationPutnam InvestmentsSAPUCI
View more testimonials here.
It was wonderful — I came back with lots of new ideas and energized to move ahead on a number of initiatives.  I really like the mixture of big successes in the keynotes with the smaller sessions that are more focused on inquiry and process. You have put together a winning formula. Thanks for giving me an opportunity to participate in this terrific event.

Amanda Watlington
City Square Consulting

This experience opened my eyes to a wide range of Web analytics measurements that go far beyond page views, unique visitors, and clickthroughs.  I now believe that Web analytics is best served by a combination of metrics sources, including even “soft” measures such as buzz monitors (which I learned about there).  Since attending eMetrics,, I have subscribed to a number of RSS feeds of blogs, forums, and news — all about Web analytics.  I look forward to reading them almost daily, and learn something every time I do.

Diane Hoag
Team Lead, IBM developerWorks Web Analytics

Christopher Long

Christopher Long


Maria Saltz

Maria Saltz


Chauncy Cay Ford

Chauncy Cay Ford


Rishi Bhandari

Rishi Bhandari
McKinsey & Company


Tim Goudie

Tim Goudie
The Coca-Cola Company


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