Crowds, Competition, and Your New Crystal Ball Presented by TAG E 2.0

Atlanta, GA, February 27, 2011 --( Every day you're under intense pressure to make fast and accurate business decisions. Make the wrong choice – especially about your product and service releases – and your competitors will leave you in the dust.

Fortunately, there's help available that can enable you make exactly the right choice virtually every time. This crystal ball will put you ahead of your competition and let you capture market share, but only if you know how to use it. This magical tool? The wisdom of the crowd.

With this wisdom, you can now answer tough, nagging questions like:

- If we reposition our offerings, how will customers react?
- Will my new campaign deliver the results I need?
- Do we need to introduce a new product?
- What is the inherent risk level to my current portfolio?
- Will my new graphics ideas positively impact sales?

Presenter John Barrett will show how many manufacturing and service based organizations (including HP, Turner Studios and Google) are getting the right answers to these tough questions from the wisdom of the crowd. John will share an academically and commercially proven technique that provides the guidance necessary to make timely, informed, and fiscally efficient decisions. A case study will be presented to illustrate the approach.

Get answers to your questions, plus your own crystal ball at the March society meeting…

Wednesday, March 2nd, 2011

7:30am – 9:00am
Centergy Building
75 Fifth Street, NW
3rd Floor Hodges Room Atlanta, GA 30308

About the speaker: John Barrett is Vice President of Sales for Infosurv (, a full-service online research firm specializing in employee, customer, and market research surveys. John has over 20 years of experience in the Marketing Research Industry, spanning multiple verticals and industries including CPG, Pharmaceuticals, Telecom, Retail, Hospitality, Financial Services, Consumer Electronics, Technology, and Apparel. His focus has been on delivering quantifiable results and recommendations to critical strategic business issues and challenges.

Members: Free
Non-Members: $20
To register, go to:

About Technology Association of Georgia

The Technology Association of Georgia (TAG) is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to support its members by generating opportunities for personal, professional, and business growth. By forging strategic alliances, TAG serves as a primary catalyst to foster a rich environment for economic development in Georgia's technology community.

Press Release Service By Vayu Media

TAG think
Steve Semons