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David Savlowitz Returns to the MIC Symposium Sep. 23

Spring-boarding off the March 2021 MIC Symposium, David Savlowitz and Michael Ponton return to the MIC Symposium on September 23 at 10 am Pacific to provide updated data, predictive analytics, and strategic perspectives on the macroeconomy and the powersports industry.

David Savlowitz (left) and Michael Ponton return to the MIC Symposium Series Sep. 23 at 10 am PST.

David Savlowitz is the CEO & Founder of Competitive Analytics located in Newport Beach, California, and is a professor at the University of California Irvine teaching Predictive Analytics for the new Master of Science in Business Analytics program. David is also a sought-after speaker on economics, business strategy, forecasting, consumer trends, and data visualization. Perpetually on the forefront of data science, economics, and analytics, David has 35+ years of experience delivering both strategic and tactical solutions to the world’s most successful organizations.

Michael Ponton has 10 years of experience in economic analysis, statistical analysis, financial analysis, analytical modeling, market intelligence, idea generation and implementation, strategic planning, consumer behavior analysis, and executive management. Michael’s unique core competencies include solving complex problems, creating innovative economic forecasting models, developing proprietary valuation/forecasting models, programming customizable Excel models via Visual Basic, and synthesizing complex concepts into working models.

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