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Harnessing the unbelievable power of weather for the public sector

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No business nor government is not in some way impacted by the weather. Weather impacts everything from energy prices to media consumption, aviation safety to food costs. Consider travel, transport, agriculture, parks, energy, front line delivery, retail, sales… all these industries can be drastically affected by the weather, real-time, forecast or in hindcast.

The Weather Company (TWC) provides the world's leading technology platforms and services that leveraging weather and related data ( https://youtu.be/mWeDi8dcKnA) transforming businesses and governments alike.

TWC enables businesses to make informed decisions — and take action — in the face of weather. Powerful weather insights can decrease business costs, increase profit, improve safety, identify trends and save lives.

  • Some of the world's biggest brands in aviation, energy, insurance and media, as well as many government agencies, depend on TWC for the most accurate and precise weather updates.

  • Delivering billions of forecasts a day around the world via seamless cross-platform technology.

  • Connecting newscasters, pilots, energy traders, insurance executives, state agency employees, retail management and more to the weather intel they need, on any device at any time.

  • Aggregating the deepest, richest data sets to deliver targeted, reliable and actionable weather information, analytics and insight.

Please join us for a lunch and learn and question and answer session with Steve Wysmuller IBM's Senior Meteorologist and Global Weather Lead for Government, Aviation, Travel & Transportation and learn how your line of business may leverage weather data for advanced insight and forecasting.

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