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The Foresight Practitioner Conference
Theme: Recoupling Forecasting with Inventory Control and Supply Planning 
Date: November 15-16, 2017
Location: Raleigh, North Carolina, USA

Research has revealed that too often the forecasting process is decoupled from inventory and supply planning: forecasters have imperfect knowledge of how their forecasts are used and managers have little knowledge about where the forecasts are coming from. The resulting misunderstandings and outright calculation errors are costly and wasteful. Resolving these problems requires better communication among forecasters, planners, and suppliers of the software in use. Conference speakers will provide perspectives from their experience and research on how to reintegrate these critical processes, reaping the benefits of lower costs and better service.
For more information and to register: https://foresight.forecasters.org/2017-conference/

European Regional Conference of the International Telecommunications Society (ITS)
Theme: Competition and Regulation in the Information Age
Date: July 30-August 2, 2017
Location: Passau, Bavaria

The Call for Papers invites abstract submissions and proposals for panel sessions in the field of ICT/Telecom forecasting. The deadline for submitting abstracts and proposals for panel sessions is March 30, 2017.

Confirmed guest presenters include Professor Ingo Vogelsang (Boston University) who will speak on Regulatory Inertia versus ICT Dynamics. There will also be a special panel session on IP Interconnection in the Information Age featuring Dr. Cara Schwarz-Schilling (Head of Internet Regulation at the Federal Network Agency), Harald Summa (CEO of eco, Association of the Internet industry and DE-CIX), Dr. Falk von Bornstaedt (Head of Peering & IP-Trading, Deutsche Telekom) and Prof. William Lehr (MIT).

All Conference-related inquiries should be directed to ITS Vice Chair, Professor Jason Whalley, at jason.whalley@northumbria.ac.uk