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Welcome to ENBIS

Welcome to the website of the European Network for Business and Industrial Statistics (ENBIS), a platform connecting individuals and organisations, interested in theoretical developments and practical applications in the field of business and industrial statistics.

Please note that individual membership in our network has always been free while there is an annual membership fee for our corporate members.

Although our network aims to be a virtual platform, we also believe in face-to-face networking. That is why we organize an annual Spring Meeting and, traditionally every September, our Annual Conference.

The 2013 ENBIS Spring Meeting entitled "Measurement Systems and Process Improvement: Towards Best Practice and Standards" took place on May 7th and 8th at the National Physical Laboratory in London (UK). Click here for more details.

In 2013 the Annual Conference of ENBIS (ENBIS-13) took place in Ankara (Turkey) from September 16th to 18th, with administrative meetings, and pre-conference courses scheduled for September 15th. The post-conference courses took place on September 18th and September 19th. The event at which we celebrated the International Year of Statistics was as formidable as all our past annual conferences; ENBIS-12 in Ljubljana (Slovenia) being the previous one. View the ENBIS-12 Video!

Immediately following ENBIS-13 (from September 19th to September 21st) there was a Joint Meeting of Young Business and Industrial Statisticians (y-BIS 2013) sponsored by ENBIS and ISBIS. It took place at the Mimar Sinan Fine Arts University in Istanbul (Turkey). Click here for more details.

The 2014 ENBIS Spring Meeting took place in Paris (France) in April. For the 2014 Annual Conference, ENBIS-14, the participants will travel to Linz (Austria) in September.

Upcoming events

Free ENBIS Webinar by Christopher McCollin on "Historical Published Maintenance Data: What Can It Tell Us About Reliability Modelling?"

30 April 2014; 12:30 – 13:30
Christopher McCollin will talk about historical published maintenance data: What can it tell us about reliability modelling?

ENBIS-14

21 – 25 September 2014
The 14th Annual Conference of ENBIS will take place at the Johannes Kepler Universität in Linz (Austria) from September 21st to 25th, 2014. Mark the dates!

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5th Edition of the European Statistical Forum

The 5th Edition of the European Statistical Forum will take place in Brussels on 17th November 2014. This year the... (more)

Special Issue of ASMBI Dedicated to George Box

On behalf of the Past President of ENBIS, Fabrizio Ruggeri, Editor-in-Chief of ASMBI (Applied Stochastic Models in Business and Industry),... (more)

Workshop on “Discrete Choice Experiments: From Design to Analysis and Reporting”

The StatUa Center for Statistics and the Department of Economics of the University of Antwerp are organizing the workshop with the... (more)

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The ENBIS Challenge

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In November 2013 ENBIS and JMP relaunched the ENBIS Challenge by JMP. The details are available here. Please note the submission deadline of June 30th, 2014! Like every year, the 2014 ENBIS Challenge winner will be invited to give a presentation in a special ENBIS Challenge Session at the annual conference of ENBIS. In September 2014, the winner will travel to Linz (Austria). Click here for more details on the ENBIS Challenge history!

The Greenfield Challenge

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The Greenfield Challenge was launched as an ongoing ENBIS activity in 2010. It is aimed at promoting visibility and impact of interactions among statisticians and non-statisticians. Read more about the Greenfield Challenge here and make a submission yourself or encourage others from your working environment to participate! To find out about the 2013 ENBIS Challenge Winners, please click here.
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