Join us at the New York City Booth offices to discuss the release of Employing Predictive Analytics, Machine Learning, and AI to Generate Financial Forecasts
On the evening of January 25th, Lawrence Harris will discuss his new book with the New York City alumni community. The book includes revenue and cash flow forecasts of some of the leading companies in sectors such as aerospace, cybersecurity, electric vehicles, enterprise software, semiconductors, smartphones, and video streaming.
In addition, the book discusses concepts such as the S-Curve, the Bass Diffusion Model, the Icarus Paradox, and the Bullwhip Effect, all of which are helpful in generating forecasts. Limited copies will be available for purchase at the event and copies are available online here: https://www.amazon.com/Employing-Predictive-Analytics-Financial-Forecasts/dp/B0C9KB365T
Light refreshments and beverages are included in your ticket price. Space is limited so please sign up today to secure your spot!
$15 to cover the cost of light refreshments and drinks.
Please RSVP by 12pm on January 25th to ensure that your name is submitted to the building security.
6:00 PM-6:30 PM: Check-in and Networking
6:30 PM-7:30 PM: Discussion
7:30 PM-8:00 PM: Q&A and Conclusions
Lawrence Harris (Speaker) '78
Lawrence Harris is an experienced financial analyst and private investor. He has worked for Rockwell International, a Fortune 100 company; Arthur D. Little, a consulting firm; and several financial services companies, including Oppenheimer & Co.
He was twice named by The Wall Street Journal as one of the Best on the Street Analysts in communications technology, and by Forbes/StarMine as the most accurate earnings estimator in communications equipment. He has been cited on multiple occasions in The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, and Barron's, He also spoke several times at the UCLA Business Forecasting Conference on the outlook for the aerospace industry.
He earned his MBA degree in Finance from the University of Chicago and in 2016, the Advanced Certificate for Executives in Management, Innovation, and Technology, at the MIT Sloan School of Management. He has also completed the Oxford Chicago Valuation Programme at the University of Oxford.