2010 Visual Business Intelligence Workshop Schedule

In 2010, Stephen will teach a total of six of his Visual Business Intelligence Workshops. Here is Stephen’s public workshop schedule for 2010:

Sydney, Australia: February 9-11  (sold out) and February 15-17
Austin, Texas: April 20-22
Rome, Italy: April 28-30
Boston, Massachusetts: June 8-10
London, United Kingdom: June 22-24
San Francisco, California: September 28-30

In addition to these six public workshops, there is also the possibility that Stephen will teach one in New Zealand near the end of this year, although nothing is confirmed yet.

If you’re interested in Stephen’s courses, we hope that you’ll join us for one of these workshops.


9 Comments on “2010 Visual Business Intelligence Workshop Schedule”

By David Gerbino. January 25th, 2010 at 10:38 am

I went to all three days of last year’s East Coast Visual Business Intelligence Workshop in Boston. It was awesome. I learned a lot from Stephen and from my fellow attendees, many of whom I still keep in touch with.

If you work with data, I strongly urge you attend.


By Karine Martel. January 26th, 2010 at 10:09 am

When can we see you in Canada ?


By Stephen Few. January 26th, 2010 at 10:24 am


I would love to teach a public workshop in Canada. To make it happen, I would need a Canadian organization to manage the workshop for me–that is to arrange the venue, promote the workshop, handle registration, and collect participant fees. If you can think of any organizations that might be interested and able to work with me, feel free to suggest it to them.

By Muzaffer Yontem. March 19th, 2010 at 12:42 am

Hi Stephen,

We also would also organize it in Turkey as well where Visual BI gets hot and hot.

How can ve progress on this issue or talk about the details ? would you consider it?

Muzaffer YONTEM

By Stephen Few. March 19th, 2010 at 11:22 am


I’m happy to teach wherever I’m needed. This definitely includes Turkey, if an organization there is able to find the venue, market the event, handle registration, etc. In countries where non-English-speaking people would like to attend, it is a bit more complicated, because translation is required. The only way to handle this properly involves synchronous translation, which allows attendees to hear the translation on headsets as I’m speaking and for me to hear translations into English when attendees ask questions or make comments. An organization that is accustomed to managing events that involve synchronous translation is required for the event to go smoothly.

If the proper arrangements can be made, I’d love to teach a workshop in Turkey.


By Daniel McInteer. March 24th, 2010 at 6:40 pm

Hi Steve,

I work for Cortell NZ in Wellington, New Zealand. I was recommended to attend your course by a man named David Parmeter at a conference in Auckland today.
If you are heading down this way this year as it eludes to in the post above I would be very interested in myself attending as well as a few of my colleagues in this space.


By Stephen Few. March 25th, 2010 at 12:25 pm

Hi David,

Yes, I’ll be teaching my full workshop in Auckland from November 29th through December 1st. I’ll also be speaking for an hour or so at an event in Wellington around December 10th. The workshop will be managed by Altis Consulting. As soon as registration opens, I’ll provide a link to it on the home page of this website.


By Muzaffer Yontem. March 30th, 2010 at 1:10 pm

Hi Stephen,

Thank you for response. We are eager to have such session in Turkey either end of this year or early next year based on discussions.

Teaching or lecturing in English and such organization issues are not a problem for us as we are used to do it. Additioally, we have necessary partners to organize such international focus workshops. I would like to get more details for duration ,agenda, desired level of min. attendees, financial perspectives etc. in order to focus on the need as well as your schedule towards end of year? how can I initiate open discussion ?

could you please e-mail me with necessary contact for further details?
thanks in advance,

By Muzaffer Yontem. April 10th, 2010 at 6:12 am

Hi Stephen, any contact details for my previous mail?