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From: "Eric Cai" <eric.cai@alum.utoronto.ca>
To: "Tom Loughin" <tloughin@sfu.ca>
Sent: Tuesday, October 7, 2014 7:40:30 PM
Subject: Opportunity for short-term business analytics consulting project 

Hi Tom,

Hope your first month as departmental chair finished smoothly.  I'm writing to tell you about a contractual job opportunity that may be ideal for one of your more experienced students.

A Toronto-based marketing analytics firm has a large client in Vancouver, and its founding partner seeks a statistician or marketing analyst who can work on a short-term project with this client.  The successful candidate for this project must have experience in applying statistics to solve business analytics problems and be proficient in using Base SAS, SAS/STAT, SAS Enterprise Guide.  At various times during the course of this project, he/she will provide in-person consultation for this client in downtown Vancouver during normal business hours. 

If you know of anyone who is interested in and suitable for this project, they are welcomed to contact me, and I will connect him/her with this firm. 

This marketing analytics and data management firm has worked in a variety of industries for 15 years.  Some of its current clients include Manulife Financial, ING Direct and Staples Business Depot.


Thanks, and hope you're well!


Eric



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Chemistry and Mathematics
Simon Fraser University





-- 
Thomas M. Loughin, P.Stat. (SSC), PStat® (ASA)
Professor and Chair, Statistics and Actuarial Science         
Simon Fraser University              




-- 
Thomas M. Loughin, P.Stat. (SSC), PStat® (ASA)
Professor and Chair, Statistics and Actuarial Science         
Simon Fraser University