Summer 2017 Training Event - Park City, Utah

This summer, during the week of July 17–22, 2017 at the luxuriant Hotel Park City, a beautiful mountain resort just 35 minutes away from Salt Lake City International Airport, Sawtooth Software will present three educational programs:

  • July 17-19: Choice Modeling Workshop (CBC/MaxDiff/ACBC)  $1600
  • July 17-19: Becoming an Expert in Conjoint Analysis Seminar $1600 NEW
  • July 20-21: Menu-Based Choice (MBC) Workshop  $1200

You will receive a $500 discount on tuition if you attend courses across all five days (July 17–21).

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Choice Modeling Workshop - Huntington Beach - May 2017

On May 22–24 in breezy Huntington Beach, California, Sawtooth Software will present its quarterly Choice Modeling Workshop at the Kimpton Shorebreak Hotel. This is an intensive three-day introductory workshop and training covering three current and popular choice research methodologies: CBC (Choice-Based Conjoint), MaxDiff (Maximum Difference Scaling), and ACBC (Adaptive CBC). Participants will create choice surveys and analyze sample data using a team-oriented case study approach. 

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Webinar: A Consultant's Guide to Conjoint Analysis Reporting

After fielding a conjoint analysis survey, and spending time with the various analysis and simulation tools, it is now time to present the results to your client. But which results should you present? How do you present and interpret the data in a way that makes sense to your client? How do you prepare yourself for the frequently asked questions? Over the years, our experts have refined a number of best-practice guidelines and recommendations. Please join this webinar to discover strategies that will enhance your presentations and make your job even easier!

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SKIM/Sawtooth Software Conference - September 2017

SKIM (The Netherlands) and Sawtooth Software (USA) are pleased to announce their 2017 European Conference and Training Event held in Barcelona, Spain! The European event consists of four days of workshops, tutorials, and conference papers. It brings together market research practitioners and academics to learn about and discuss quantitative methods in marketing research.  This event is held every 18 months.

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